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The Daily Plan-It: Art, Jazz, and the WannaBeatles

Good morning, friends! Sorry for the delay in today's Plan-It; we're still recovering from the marathon election results-collection last night. Call it an election hang over, if you will. But here's what's going on today.

The UT Potters Fall Sale started in the Art and Architecture Building at 9 a.m. The money raised in the sale will go to fund trips for Potters club members to attend the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts Conferences.

The Downtown Gallery opens at 11 a.m., and is hosting an exhibit by artists Matthew Garrison, Yeon Jin Kim, and Chris Miner called "Based on a True Story." Check it out--it's free!

The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra's Jazz Lunch at the Square Room starts at noon. Vocalists Tamara Brown and Shawn Turner will be performing some classic American songs like "Unforgettable" and "Baby It's Cold Outside" (how appropriate). It's $15 to attend.

Tonight at 7, Jennifer Niceley will be performing at Boyd's Jig and Reel. WUTK manager Benny Smith has said Niceley sound like Nina Simone--if she'd grown up in Dandridge. 

Raise your hand if you're a Beatles fan. Keep your hands raised if you get a kick out of Beatles cover bands. Those of you with your hands up (there's no shame!), you're in luck. The WannaBeatles are playing at the Bijou Theatre tonight. Tickets are $5-$25. Buy them here.

If you're still out around 10 p.m., head over to the Pilot Light to see Hume perform. Cover's $5. 18+ crowd only,

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