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The Daily Plan-It: Tuesday, Jan. 18

The Daily Fact: Watch the skies.

CULTCHA

WDVX Blue Plate: Brendon James Wright
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Local twangy songwriter.

8 p.m., the Square Room. $15-$27.50.
The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra welcomes guest trombonist Conrad Herwig for a Mingus tribute.

Two Fresh and Mux Mool with Body Language and Meatball Madness
9 p.m., the Cider House. $15-$18.
A chilled-out bill of jazzy hip-hop and atmospsheric electronica.

9 p.m., Bistro at the Bijou. Free.
Hudson K singer in a solo turn.

10 p.m., Preservation Pub. $3.
Punky Celtic folk-rock from Milwaukee, and lyrical indie-rock from Asheville.

CIVIX

2 p.m., Farragut Town Hall
Commission goes on the road for its agenda work session. Up for discussion: severance payments and Carter Elementary School.

5 p.m., 1st Floor, Andrew Johnson Building
On the agenda for the midmonth work session: "strategic compensation," and discussion of the recent state report card data.



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