What started as a JEM 230 blog for sophomore and Journalism and Electronic Media major Caroline Knight shortly turned into much more when the page got the attention of University of Tennessee students.
With the holidays just around the corner and fall finally among us, it is finally that time of the year. The time for crispy apple pies and other warm savory treats. This quick and easy recipe is definitely a must have for any holiday dessert table.
With fall in full swing, activities in East Tennessee make for eventful weekends. From child friendly fun at the zoo to haunted mansions for the thrill seeker in everyone, Knoxville is the place to be in the fall.
On Saturday, Oct. 11 Ijams Nature Center paired with the Knoxville Horror Film Fest to celebrate the third annual Zombie Movie Marathon. Halloween lovers across the city appeared dressed as zombies to enjoy a night filled with food, fun and of course fright.
UT’s Men Chorale group wears eye-patches for “Pirate Song” performance.
The Mighty Musical Monday concerts are a free lunch-time concert centered on the Wurlitzer organ at the Tennessee Theatre.
The 37th annual Apple Festival was held in the historic streets of downtown Erwin, Tenn. from Oct. 4-5. The festival ran from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. on both days. The event contained over 350 booths, three performance stages and a children’s play area.
The Knoxville Chapter for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation held their 11th annual Wine On The Water event on Friday, Oct. 3, at the Knoxville Convention Center to create awareness of cystic fibrosis.
The 35th Annual Greek Fest took place at the Saint George Greek Orthodox Church from Sept. 26-28 and featured Greek food, music, dance, art and more.
On Saturday, Sept. 27 Market Square was alive with the sounds of salsa. The 15th annual HoLa Festival kicked off with music and dancing as the Orquesta de Jamie Bonilla played a mix of Hispanic music and the crowd learned to dance with Music City Salsa. For HoLa Festival’s first two-day event, vendors lined the square selling traditional foods, bracelets, clothing and art.
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