Featured Civil War Reunion memorabilia will range from 1881 to 2013 with the 150th anniversary of the battle of Fort Sanders. The “Looking Back” Civil War artifact documentation program of the Tennessee State Library and Archives will be represented with an odd shaped shoe, fashioned by the Union for a Confederate soldier from Grainger County who lost half his foot in the Battle of Franklin. In addition to artifacts, the exhibition will include a video of Civil War collectors Gerald and Sandra Augustus and a slide show highlighting East Tennessee’s Civil War cemeteries and monuments..
The first HomeLife! headliner, Coach Johnny Majors, former UT football coach, will speak during dinner about what it takes to “Retire in Style.” Bogartz’s dinner will feature spinach salad with bourbon steeped raisins, aged Angus tenderloin with Scottish smoked salmon, and dark chocolate mousse with spiced almond brittle. After dinner, professional ballroom dancers will first perform the Tennessee Waltz to the Brad Walker Orchestra. Dancing for guests will follow to the music of Glenn Miller, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Ray Anthony, Benny Goodman, and Frank Sinatra..
“I thought BL played really hard,” said Hill Academy coach Brodie Merill on the contest. “We were a little bit tight to start, and you could sense that. Once we settled in, I thought we started to control things a little bit better. Flying MIT along the coast of Newfoundland down the French shore towards Harbour Deep, it wasn’t uncommon to see a house being towed from either Williamsport or Hooping Hr. Into Bide Arm, St. Anthony or other places during the resettlement period.
Barb Johnson finds art as a staple in her everyday life, translating scenes and subjects into works of art. For many years she taught art in a Knoxville high school, which proved her full time priority. Today, creating art is a full time passion, and she offers private art lessons in her West Knoxville studio.
“Literature can teach in intimate ways better than other fields,” Ferguson said. The reason for using novels, he said, is that “people learn through stories. You identify with a protagonist struggling in a certain way.” He has learned through fiction that “while you can only live one life, stories allow you to appreciate many lives.”.
Each restaurant makes its own dough from scratch, using a recipe developed by critically acclaimed Executive Chef Bradford Kent (the “Pizza Whisperer”), which requires a 24 hour fermentation period to produce his signature light as air, crisp crust. For pizza fans with specific dietary needs, Blaze Pizza offers gluten free dough and vegan cheese. The new Knoxville restaurant will also offer a selection of beers..