Annual Manual 2001

Media: Print

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Bargain Mart Classifieds
310 B. Simmons Rd. * 675-6278
Weekly classifieds paper with ads from all over the area for all sorts of things. Published every Wednesday. Available at grocery stores and newsstands for 75 cents an issue.

Celebrating Knoxville
127 West Jackson Ave.
Suite 202 * 637-7264
Quarterly glossy magazine with stories and photos on local culture, and profiles of local businesses. It can be found in the "Local Interest" section at bookstores and retails for $17.50. An accompanying half-hour television show airs four times a year on WVLT Channel 8.

Daily Beacon
5 Communications Building
UT * 974-3231
UT's student newspaper made by college students for college students. Published weekdays from August to May and twice a week during the summer. Available across the university campus and at local businesses for free.

The Daily Times
307 East Harper, Maryville * 981-1100
Daily morning paper for the Blount County/Maryville area.

Discovery: Knoxville's Christian Voice
1621 E. Magnolia Ave. * 525-0602
Christian newspaper published every month includes Christian happenings near and far. Available for free at grocery stores, bookstores, and other retail outlets.

Dish Magazine
505 Market St., Ste. 300 * 522-5399
Comprehensive, free guide to area restaurants, travel, entertainment and shopping. Published in spring and fall by the award-winning Metro Pulse.

The East Tennessee Vegetarian Voice
P.O. Box 1974 * 546-5643
The quarterly newsletter of the East Tennessee Vegetarian Society. Features articles and recipes aimed at encouraging the vegetarian path and gives news of ETVS happenings. Free as part of a membership to ETVS.

East Tennessee Business Journal
1727 Amherst Rd. * 524-3825
Monthly business magazine available in downtown street boxes and by subscription for $15.95 a year.

Halls Shopper
7045 Maynardville Hwy.
Halls * 922-4136
Weekly paper available for free at stores and retail outlets, containing community news for the Halls area. Published every Monday. Home and business delivery.

The Hellbender Press
P.O. Box 1101 * 523-6293
Environmental newspaper named after a salamander, focusing on the East Tennessee area. The paper is free and published quarterly. Available at bookstores and libraries.

The Knoxville Independent Newspaper
P.O. Box 156, Heiskell * 938-6843
Weekly paper covering legal news. Available at newsstands for 25 cents an issue. Published every Monday.

The Knoxville Journal
1717 N. Broadway * 546-5353
Weekly paper that covers the Knoxville area in, shall we say, a screaming tabloid fashion. Available at newsstands around the city for 35 cents an issue.

Knoxville Music Directory
P.O. Box 61, Knoxville 37901 * 522-6853
This yearly publication is a guidebook to all facets of Knoxville's music scene, from bands to production facilities.

Knoxville News-Sentinel
208 W. Church Ave. * 531-3131
Knoxville's daily morning newspaper, owned by E.W. Scripps. Fifty cents on weekdays and Saturday and $2 on Sundays. Extensive comics section.

Metro Pulse
505 Market St., Suite 300 * 522-5399
(We'll presume you already have our Web address)
Free alternative newsweekly covering local news, issues, personalities, culture, and entertainment. Published every Thursday and available in local restaurants, groceries, street boxes, and other busy areas. It's award-winning!

The Mountain Press
P.O. Box 4810
Sevierville, TN, 37864 * (865) 428-0746
Sevierville's daily morning newspaper. Fifty cents on weekdays and one dollar on Sundays.

The Oak Ridger
P.O. Box 3446, Oak Ridge * (865) 482-1021
Having been in publication for 50 years, the Oak Ridger has dedicated itself to delivering hometown news and information for 10,000 subscribers in the Oak Ridge area.

Panorama: Knoxville's Official
Visitor's Guide
2922 Barber Hill Lane * 579-1400
A tourist guide to Knoxville, with listings for restaurants and a few for museums, parks, and historical sites. Complete with area maps and a small city information directory. Free at hotels, gift stores, and other tourist-laden areas.

PC Register
448 North Cedar Bluff Rd., #184 * 690-0636
The newsletter of the East Tennessee Computer Society, with articles about new software, hardware, computer-related books, and local technology classes. Also reports on the workings of the society. Published monthly; free in local bookstores.

P.O. Box 10552 * 693-2366
Free news magazine dealing with holistic health, psychology, and women's issues. Published every two months and available at bookstores, libraries, and retail outlets.

Press Enterprise
11863 Kingston Pk., Farragut * 675-6397
Weekly West Knoxville community paper delivered free and published every Thursday. Available in busy areas in West Knoxville.

Senior Living
235 Jackson Square
Oak Ridge * (865) 220-0650
Monthly newspaper with information about special events for seniors and articles about senior living, including recipes and information about scams. Free at local bookstores.

Seymour Times Newspaper
201 E. Moody Ave. * 579-6107
Free bi-weekly paper covering all things exciting in the Seymour area. Available at grocery stores and other outlets in the area. Published the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.

South Community Times Newspaper
201 E. Moody Ave. * 579-6107
Free bi-weekly paper covering the South Knoxville area. Available in high traffic areas. Published the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.

Thrifty Nickel of East Tennessee
10133 Kingston Pk. * 531-6061
Free classified paper containing ads from across the area from cars to puppies. Available in retail outlets, grocery stores, and busy areas. Published every Thursday.

Tri-County News
9010 Chapman Hwy. * 577-5935
Weekly paper covering the Knox, Blount, and Sevier county area. Published every Tuesday and available for 35 cents an issue.

Union News Leader
3749 Maynardville Hwy. * (865) 922-3392
Weekly serving the Union County area. Published every Thursday and available for 50 cents an issue.

Volunteer Valley Business Journal
420 W. Church Ave. * 329-5399
Bi-weekly paper published every other Monday covering business news from the area and beyond. Available at newsstands for 50 cents.

Wild Mountain Times
P.O. Box 3141, Asheville * (828) 258-2667
Journal of the Southern Appalachian Biodiversity Project; focuses on environmental news from the Appalachians. The paper is published every two months and available for free at high traffic areas.