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Asheville Fall Foliage Season

Colorful Spirit • Autumn Adventures • Mountain Views Surrounded by the highest peaks in the East, Asheville is steeped in natural history, fall adventure, and cultural legacies – including America’s Largest Home, Biltmore. Significant variances in altitude among mountain ridges, slopes, and valleys, as well as a large variety of deciduous tree species, give the […]

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“Making Spirits Bright”

The Bobby Todd Christmas Open House Bobby Todd Antiques is hosting their annual Christmas Open House on Thursday, October 18, from 10 to 6 at 4514 Old Kingston Pike in the iconic UP and Down Gas Station Building in the Bearden district.  The Open House continues on Friday, October 19, and Saturday, October 20, from […]

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Smoky Junction Model Train Exhibit at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center

This holiday season the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center is proud to announce the opening of their newest experience, Smoky Junction Model Train Exhibit. Running through the season, the exhibit is sure to be a delightful experience, because nothing says holiday enchantment quite like seeing little faces look on in wonderment as model trains zip […]

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We Light Up Your Nights

By Heath Myrick, Owner of Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting – Knoxville Whether you have recently built your dream home or if you are busy updating your newly acquired existing home, each of us has a goal of accentuating the many positive features of our home’s exterior architecture and landscaping plan. But at night, most people passing […]

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3rd Annual Fashion Fights Back Fashion Show

October 11 at 2:30 By Brenda Bryan, Owner of The Lily Pad When recalling special moments and memories in the life of The Lily Pad, none is more memorable or meaningful than our annual Fashion Fights Back fashion show. On a beautiful sunny October afternoon, 10 of our customers who are either fighting their battle […]

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Where Is Your Automobile Going to Spend the Winter?


It might be difficult to think about winter when daytime highs are still hovering around the high 80s, but winter is only a few short months away. Do you remember those winter mornings last year when you had to jockey around your wife’s car that spent the night in the garage while your vehicle spent […]

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Mark Your Calendars for September 18th

Why wait for a special sales when you can take advantage of everyday low prices at the Good Neighbors Shoppe in convenient Lenoir City, where you save up to 90% or more on thousands of gently used items, including apparel, furniture, art, books, housewares, antiques, collectibles, and more? Not only will you receive quality merchandise […]

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All Annuities Are Not the Same

By Yvonne Marsh, CFP®, CPA Recently I read an article written by an investment advisor who disparaged annuities as complex, full of hidden fees, and subject to a higher tax burden when compared to stock investments. He started out referencing annuities in general and quickly devolved into bashing one subset of annuities – a non-IRA […]

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