The Daily Pulse:

The Daily Plan-It: Thursday, Nov. 4

The Daily Fact: 363 miles on the Erie Canal.

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WDVX Blue Plate Special: Drew's Country Blues and Caroline Pond
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Local guy named Drew plays (just guess) country blues. Pond is a songstress from Asheville. 

7 p.m., Laurel Theater. $1.
The acclaimed local author will discuss his most recent novel, The Typist, at an open meeting of the Knoxville Writers Guild.

7:30 p.m. Clarence Brown Lab Theatre, UT campus. $10.
A family-friendly show based on the childhood diary of naturalist Opal Whiteley. 

8 p.m., Alumni Memorial Building, UT campus. Free.
UT jazz choir, under the direction of Wendel Werner.

Borgore with SpookNasty and MeatBall Madness vs. JMo
9 p.m., 90 Proof. $10.
Israeli dubstep/dnb producer makes squelchy club music, raps about "bitches."

10 p.m., Barley's. $10.
Hard to know what to expect when one-quarter of the Wu-Tang Clan rolls into town, but God knows it's worth a look-see.

10 p.m., Pilot Light. $10.
Experimental producer/musician is a founding (and still occasional) member of Animal Collective.

10 p.m., Preservation Pub. $3.
Local keyboard wiz specializes in understated jazz-pop.


 



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