The Housing Hour January 8, 2020
Evonne Kautz from 5 Star Holdings steps back into The Housing Hour to discuss an incredibly important issue. Tax resolutions. Not New Year’s resolutions, tax resolutions. When you have the IRS asking for your payment and you cannot pay, that is a problem. Some people avoid it and others run […]
The Housing Hour December 27, 2019
We have all had that moment in our lives that we wish we could get a do-over. Moments like that help mold us into the people we become as we grow in our life. The Housing Hour dives deep into Christmas’s past and uncovers a hidden story that taught co-host […]
The Housing Hour December 17, 2019
The Housing Hour welcomes Blount Mansion Executive Director David Hearnes and Director of Marketing Michael Jordan to discuss the history of the Blount Mansion and what special events they have around Christmas time and throughout the year. David shares with listeners what Christmas might have looked like in 1892 when […]
The Housing Hour December 11, 2019
Fifty years ago, man walked on the moon, young adults gather at Woodstock, and violence erupts at what’s know as Woodstock West-Altamont Free Festival in California.
The Housing Hour December 5, 2019
John Lindsay, David Manuel, and Kevin Rhea created the Facebook page “East Tennessee Weather Page” to share their love of the crazy, unpredictable weather of East Tennessee. All three study weather maps, charts, and trends and discuss their findings with other weather fans.
The Housing Hour November 19, 2019
We discuss heritage farm animals and their delectable contributions to holiday cuisine traditions.
The Housing Hour November 14, 2019
Vickie Humphreys, Operations Christmas Child Danita McCartney, Cheif Operations Officer KARM KARM and Operation Christmas child joins The Housing Hour to share what their organizations are doing to help those in our community. Both of these organizations epitomize the New Testament Verse: 8 But you will receive power when the Holy […]
The Housing Hour November 7, 2019
The Last Present Under The Tree (Reflections of a Christmas past ) Sometimes it’s hard for people to point out one Christmas memory. Memories-most typically-are collective thoughts of annual traditions strung out over the course of several years. If you asked a person, ‘What’s your favorite Christmas memory?’ Many would […]
The Housing Hour November 6, 2019
Knoxville Aging In Place joins The Housing Hour to discuss their passion to aide seniors and those with varying abilities with a ‘safe home assessment’. A home assessment is a plan or guide to help you create a safer home environment. They start by gathering basic information about you and your […]