The Daily Pulse:

The Daily Plan-It: Tuesday, Nov. 16

The Daily Fact: The wavin' wheat can sure smell sweet.

CULTCHA

WDVX Blue Plate Special: Glenn Spayth
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Out of Bulls Gap, a singer-songwriter with a big boomin' voice.

7 p.m., the Valarium. $22.
Aussie jammers are big stars down under, festival faves here.

7:30 p.m., Clayton Center for the Arts, Maryville. $25-$30.
Acclaimed classical cellist and pianist, on tour together.

8 p.m., Bijou Theatre. $19.50.
Mandolin wiz Thile has moved on from Nickel Creek to what you might call the prog-classical-bluegrass of the Punch Brothers.

9 p.m., Southbound. $10.
Hawaiian DJ/psybient producer, and an electro-jam band from Denver. Get yr chill on.

10 p.m., Pilot Light. $5.
Electro-whatsit outfit from Baltimore, indie-garage roots-rockers from Raleigh.
 
CIVIX

4:30-7 p.m., Carter High School.
The first of two meetings this week to allow proponents, opponents, and all other -onents to make their case about the proposed East Knox business park.

7 p.m., Main Assembly Room, City County Building.
On the agenda: that proposed STEM school at the L&N.


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