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The Daily Plan-It: Art, Books, and David Kaczynski

Good morning, everyone! Who played a debate night drinking game last night? It was more fun than listening to a bunch of old guys talk about the same things over and over again, right? So here's what's going on today.

The Fountain City Art Center's Fall Festival (Art-a-palooza) starts at 10 a.m. at Fountain City Park. There's no charge to get in--just go enjoy the live music, craft booths, and food.

Got a book club? Want to start a book club? Not really sure what "good book club books" are? Never fear! Random House's Toni Hetzel and Eileen Becker will be at Union Avenue Books at 6 p.m. to talk about what local book clubs are reading, and what they might like to read. Best of all? There's no charge to come see what they say. 

Also at 6 is Brent Thompson's Write Night. If you haven't been, do yourself a favor and go sit in there for an hour while the mic's open to whoever wants to read prose or poetry. Worth it.

The Volunteer Ministry Center is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, David Kaczynski, brother of the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, will speak at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at 7 p.m. about his decision to turn his brother in to the FBI. Tickets are $50.

Andrew Bird is playing tonight at the Tennessee Theatre at 8. Here We Go Magic will also perform. Tickets are $32. Buy them here.

Up for a late night? Head over to the Pilot Light and see Slug Guts at 10. Cover is $5. 18+ only.

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