Knoxville is a good place for families raising young children (especially for those who have extended family in the area and are highly religious, and preferably Southern Baptist). However, if you are a single person over 30, you are not going to like Knoxville. Basically, you will be a second-class citizen here because everything revolves around families and children. Also, if you are not Southern Baptist, you will soon tire of living in the Bible Belt. I have to keep my car radio off because of all of the screaming preachers on various stations. Another problem with Knoxville is that it is highly provincial. The people here act as though they've never been out of Knox County. Maybe they haven't. There's not much here in the way of sophisticated performing arts or anything else with class. Well, the Biscuit Festival is coming up. Yawn . . . . Someone once described Knoxville to me as "a pleasant purgatory." That sums it up exactly. I expect to be out of here in two years, fortunately.
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cbat13Posted on Oct 10, 2017
Hi all, i may be movin to the Knoxville area from Texas need info.I'm ben first of all, well a little about my self i'm 25 mixed and moved to Texas 3 years ago from the Mid-west not knowin any one at first gotta job and have done fine for my self. Well any ways i'm bored with Texas and the gossip which annoys the hell outta me, i started lookin for a new city to move to and found Knoxville which looks …