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The Daily Plan-It: Tuesday, Aug. 24

The Daily Fact: Yippies at the Stock Exchange.

CULTCHA

WDVX Blue Plate Special: Adam Klein and Gabriel Mintz
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Klein is a folky dude from Athens, Ga., and Mintz is a moody guy from Seattle.
  
7 p.m., Knoxville Civic Auditorium. $15-$35.
Monkey mischief on stage.

7 p.m., the Square Room. $10-$12.
Have you wondered what happened to all those emo boys from a few years back? Turns out they're still around.
 
Stripped Down: John T. Baker and Kym Hawkins
10 p.m., Preservation Pub. $3.
The Stripped Down series this week presents all-around indie-pop dude John T. Baker and the talented Kym Hawkins of Plainclothes Tracy.

GUBMINT

The first of two planned hearings on the draft report of the task force with a very long name.
 
Knoxville City Council
7 p.m., Main Assembly Room, City County Building
On the agenda: the never-ending chicken ordinance, a new standard for getting a referendum on the ballot, and those pesky changeable price signs.

ETC.

Noon, the Wellness Community. Free.
A genetic counselor will discuss hereditary cancers. RSVP to 546-4661.

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