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Graduation season is upon us. Are you looking for a basic gift that might actually be useful for the grad in your life? Whether they’re graduating high school or college, this list will help you pick a gift that doesn’t end up collecting dust. Noise Cancelling Earphones- Not only are these great for drowning out the chaos of the dorm while your grad is trying to study, they can be linked to their device to listen to music and make phone calls. There’s all kinds of options availabl... read more
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Warm weather in Knoxville means it’s officially festival season. There’s a little something for everyone of all ages and interests. Here are a few of the Knoxville area festivals you might want to check out this season! Children’s Festival Of Reading- Saturday, May 20th, 2017, World’s Fair Park, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Bring the kids down to World’s Fair Park to enjoy some storytelling, music, arts, crafts, science exploration, food, and fun. This free event will feature w... read more
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Mother’s Day is just a few days away, but don’t worry if you’re having trouble coming up with ways to celebrate the special lady or ladies in your life. We’ve got you covered with some great options found right here in the Knoxville area. What better way to celebrate mom is there than a great Mother’s Day Lunch? Here are a few great local lunch spots your foodie mom might enjoy. It’s All So Yummy Cafe- Treat her to one of their fourteen specialty gourmet grill... read more
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Earth Day is April 22, and there are lots of ways to celebrate the earth we call home in the Knoxville area. Here are a few events perfect for all ages! In Knoxville- Earth Fest is Saturday, April 15th at the Knoxville Botanical Garden & Arboretum (located at 2743 Wimpole Avenue), from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is a zero waste and free event. Pets are welcome. Attendees can learn about sustainable living while enjoying environmental exhibits and attractions, an interactive educational scavenger hu... read more
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According to the 2016 NAR Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, the most commonly cited reason sellers gave for selling their home was that it was too small (18%), which was followed by the desire to move closer to friends and family (15%), and a job relocation (14%). For sellers who moved the greatest distances, the primary reason was to relocate for a job. Moving to a new town or city can be an intimidating experience, but with a little research and exploration, you can make it an exciting adventure. ... read more
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