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With the invention of e-books and an uptick in customers ordering books from Amazon, the number of local bookstores has declined significantly in recent years. The COVID-19 pandemic has also understandably contributed to this downturn.

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The scene in Fountain City Peddler in Sept. 2021 is similar to that of most bike shops around the country this fall: empty racks where new bikes belong, a few boxes containing bikes that the shop managed to get in, a mechanic working tirelessly at a bike on a stand and a backroom full of bik…

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While living in the south, it can be challenging to find safe spaces where all individuals are free to express themselves in a genuine and unapologetic manner. Given that the city of Knoxville is so large and diverse, there’s many places that openly welcome members of different backgrounds, …

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Did you know you can get a “Super Groovy Extra Funky Party Waffle” filled with Fruity Pebbles cereal delivered at 2 a.m. when you’re in the midst of studying for an exam? You might be even more surprised to find out that college-aged students are the ones making your party waffle and deliver…

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While living in the south, it can be challenging to find safe spaces where all individuals are free to express themselves in a genuine and unapologetic manner. Given that the city of Knoxville is so large and diverse, there’s many places that openly welcome members of different backgrounds, …

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COIN performed at the first Sunsphere Sunday, a four-part series of concerts hosted by Visit Knoxville, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and Born and Raised Productions beginning on Oct. 10. The concert drew a sizable crowd of dedicated fans.

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One of the year’s best films also happens to be the single hardest film to recommend this year. There will also never be another film that forces the audience to hold their breath during the “Macarena.”

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Did you know you can get a “Super Groovy Extra Funky Party Waffle” filled with Fruity Pebbles cereal delivered at 2 a.m. when you’re in the midst of studying for an exam? You might be even more surprised to find out that college-aged students are the ones making your party waffle and deliver…

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Whether you’re a Knoxville native or brand new to town, there is no shortage of places around the city to snap a picture worthy of Instagram. From Tennessee legends to Knoxville landmarks, each mural captures a different side of the city’s unique culture.

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There’s nothing a college student loves more than free stuff. It doesn’t matter how something is considered free — whether it’s from a tabling event, a friend or sent from home. Not spending money is the best feeling in the world.

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Nothing can compare to the atmosphere of a college campus on game day. The tailgates, excitement and school spirit are something you can’t understand until you’ve experienced it. And in that experience, there is a strong desire to participate — regardless of your age or affiliation. What’s a…

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For a large number of UT students, the Cumberland strip is a regular destination for quick lunches, sit-down dinners, Friday night entertainment and nearly everything in between. From Raising Canes to Mellow Mushroom, Walgreens to Tropical Smoothie, nearly anything a dorm room stricken or fi…