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The Daily Plan-It: Monday, Sept. 19

The Daily Fact: Avast! (Some inspiration, if you need it.)


Various locations around town.
Early voting in the city and state primaries continues through Sept. 22. Primary election day is Sept. 27.

2 p.m., Main Assembly Room, City County Building
The work session before next Monday's monthly meeting. On the agenda: Billboards, Hutch's legal fees, and yes, Carter Elementary School.

6 p.m., Toyota Auditorium, Howard Baker Center (UT campus). Free.
Former Ambassador Linton Brooks will discuss nuclear-weapon threats and strategy.


WDVX Blue Plate Special: Coco and Lafe, Gail Wade, and Foghorn Trio
Noon, Knoxville Visitor Center. Free.
Boston-based acoustic blues duo, a Connecticut Yankee singer-songwriter, and a string band from Portland, Ore.

6 p.m., Disc Exchange. Free.
Eclectic, energetic Celtic folk-rockers.

10 p.m., Barley's Taproom. Free.
Bluegrass-based jam band from Pennsylvania (fresh from Bristol Rhythm & Roots).

10 p.m., Pilot Light. $5.
Snarling garage rock from Nashville.

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