Alan Sims focuses on his blog about the culture and life of downtown Knoxville after his failed attempt in pursing song and short story writing. His blog centers around the development, events, business, and issues of his city.
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A Journey Into the Virtual World
BY DAVID DENTON
@ VOL 12
ON AUG 19, 2014
Architect / Urban Planner David Denton recently relocated to Knoxville from Los Angeles. A former Managing Partner of Frank Gehry Associates, David has been working in the Virtual World for seven years and is founder of the K2C project funded by the US State Department bringing together American and Egyptian architecture students in collaboration in the Virtual World via avatars.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 11, 2014.
Addressing our future mobility needs now
BY ALEX PAWLOWSKI
@ VOL 14
ON FEB 12, 2015
Like any city, mobility is key to Knoxville’s future development and its larger success as a strong and diverse community. While increased access to greenways, the Urban Wilderness, and a movement back to downtown have provided alternative options to its automotive centered culture, the automobile looks to serve Knoxville for years to come. But what will that look like? And what are the challenges that exist between serving the needs of Knoxville residents and the environment in which Knoxville works and enjoys?
It’s All a Blank Canvas
BY CHRIS MCADOO
@ VOL 18
ON FEB 11, 2016
"How do I keep the creative fires burning as a grown-ass man, with taxes due and a bum knee."
In "It’s All a Blank Canvas" from PechaKucha Night Knoxville Vol. 18, Chris McAdoo shares his creative journey to today, both personally and professionally…and what keeps the creative fires burning as age, responsibilities, and (at least to an extent) maturity, sneak up on a "grown-ass man."
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, June 6th 2016.
1 Hour From Knoxville
Within a one-hour drive of PechaKucha Knoxville are so many odd, quirky, hidden, strange, extraordinary, and bizarre things to see that it would be impossible to cram them all into six minutes and 40 seconds. But Ken Smith will do his best to try.
Why Knoxville Needs Central Cinema
BY WILLIAM MAHAFFEY
@ VOL 24
ON AUG 17, 2017
Knoxville has grown into an incredibly cool city over the last few years, and a one screen indie theater could be the perfect addition to the growing list of awesome things to do in our city. The mainstream movie going experience has become less and less desirable over the years, and William Mahaffey informs how Central Cinema can become a hub for all of the film lovers seeking a better cinema experience here. We will also provide a fitting home for the many film festivals that have sprung up here over the years. On top of that, it will help with the growth of the North Knoxville/Happy Holler commercial area and make it an even more desirable hot spot for the Knoxville community.
NEW2KNOX – Connecting Knoxville
BY EMILY STEVENS
@ VOL 27
ON MAY 10, 2018
Making friends as an adult is hard especially when you’re new to a city. This rang true for Emilie Finke, a newbie from Austin, Texas. After confiding in her roommate about her struggles to find connections in Knoxville, Emily Stevens and Emily Finke decided to take action to find a solution to help newbies find community in Knoxville. Together, they created New2Knox – a social network passionate for connecting young adults to Knoxville and one another through unique and meaningful events by partnering with local businesses.