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The Daily Plan-It: Monday, Aug. 2

Daily fact: If Glenn Beck had been alive in 1790, he never would have let this happen.

CULTCHA

Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center, WDVX Blue Plate Special. Free.
Female folk duo all the way from London.

7 p.m., Old City Java. $5.
A reading and book-signing by the author of Barolo, about his work in the Piemontese food and wine industry. Hosted by the Market Square Farmers' Market.

Valley Young with the Collective Jam Band
8 p.m., Relix Variety Theatre. Free.
A fine local indie-folk trio, built on the harmonies of Artemus James and Annabelle LaFoy.

GUBMINT

Note: there is no Knox County school board work session today, and no monthly meeting Wednesday. Both are scheduled for next week.


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