When the Clarence Brown Film Festival takes place this fall, audiences will have the rare chance to see one of Brown's most renowned silent films, which had ostensibly gone missing for over 50 years.
Theodore Baehr, Jr. retired from the Knox County Public Library’s Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection in the East Tennessee History Center on May 1st.
The Erskine-Williams photograph album of unidentified Black portraiture at the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection contains more than 30 portraits, mostly cabinet cards of well-dressed men and women, as well as a few tintypes and cartes de-visite.
Knoxville likes to flaunt her literary giants -- and rightly so. After all, what other town our size can claim a significant handful of Pulitzer Prize- winning writers and an Oscar nod or two? We do have a lot to gloat about.
Knox County Public Library will host its first college fair organized by teens on Thursday, March 2, 2023, 3:30–5:30 at the Powell Branch Library.
When longtime local banker and early rock 'n' roll bandsman Bob Adams passed away on January 3, 2023, a piece of Knoxville’s music history went with him.
In the category of it's never too late, we received an interesting package in the mail this month.
Over 200 students from West View Elementary School made the trek to their neighborhood park to help cut the ribbon on the Library's inaugural Storybook Trail on Friday, Sept. 16.
When Pastor John Unthank took the podium, the luncheon crowd was on their feet giving him a rousing ovation. On Thursday, September 15, the Advisory Board for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Knox County honored Pastor John at Cherokee Country Club for his work in children's literacy.
An ongoing project at the Calvin M. McClung Collection recently led to the discovery of the Knoxville News Sentinel’s Appalachian Exposition supplements.