“Black Panther” might just be the most inspiring Marvel movie yet.
Inspired by the rich history of the Great Smoky Mountains, Elkmont Exchange looks to bring guests together as a community to celebrate East Tennessee.
On Wednesday night, Union Ave. Books in downtown Knoxville hosted Janet Beard in celebration of her newly released book, “The Atomic City Girls.”
Valentine's Day can hold a variety of different emotions for each person. However, whether or not you're a romantic, the holiday provides a great opportunity to enjoy a good movie night — alone or with someone else. Some people love a good chick flick, and there are plenty of to browse throu…
Valentine's day may be celebrated differently by each person, but no one can refuse some delicious food and a great discount. All over Knoxville, you can find one-day specials on everything from discounted chicken to uniquely-designed donuts.
This week we kicked off our new series, Beacon Bites. This semester, I'll be going around Knoxville and reviewing some of Knoxville's more bizarre, unique and hidden food finds.
As the sun goes down on a rainy Wednesday night in old North Knoxville, there's more happening at local taproom Hops and Hollers than just relaxed beer drinking.
As February rolls around, students are only a month away from spring break. The week off in March is a time to take a break and relax from the stresses of classes. Whether they are traveling large distances or enjoying the break in the comfort of their apartments, students should do whatever…
One month in, spring fever may already be present in classrooms. Here are movies about going to school, not going to school, coming of age and the friends and memories within the walls of the places that define both our successes and ourselves.
For decades, The Phoenix has curated the literary voice of UT. After a long legacy, the magazine is arriving upon the deadline of submissions for the last in-print hard copy publication.
The 2018 Grammy awards were last Sunday, a day often considered the biggest night in music. In light of music's biggest week, I wanted to share some classic musicals that have brought song and dance to the cinema screen.
Monday evening opened this semester's Writers in the Library series with Marilyn Kallet reading from her newest poetry collection, “How Our Bodies Learned.”
How many people know that in Bangladesh there are six seasons, a monsoon season and late autumn being the additional two? Or that one of the designers of Chicago’s Willis Tower was from Bangladesh? Or that ship breaking is one of the country’s top industries?
Let’s be honest: On a college campus, the vegan food scene is quite underwhelming. Searching the dining services’ vegan guide results in very short lists with disappointing options. Personally, I’m a little tired of seeing Italian dressing and sunflower kernels as the most filling selections…
As the cold weather sets in, most students prefer to be bundled up indoors and order sustenance from the comfort of home. Here’s some information on popular independent food delivery services and a list of some local restaurants, pizzerias, and chain eateries which offer delivery options.
The International House at the University of Tennessee held a hands-on cooking demonstration of Bangladeshi food for students, faculty and staff Tuesday evening.
This week, the 2018 Oscar nominations were released. The nominations for each year display the stories that the previous year told and often the voices of our present culture as a whole. This year, the films are told from voices from the past and present, but all share messages for audiences…
When he started college in Virginia, Wolfenbarger never imagined he'd one day be capturing his home in East Tennessee and around the world on film as work.
One year ago today, five million people worldwide marched for women's rights, originally inspired by the Women's March on Washington. The women's rights movement has a rich history that is still continuing on today, and one good way to learn more is to read a good book about the experiences …