Good morning! Happy Hump Day! It's all downhill from here, people. Now here's what you could be doing to celebrate.
The Ewing Gallery opens at 10 a.m. and is now displaying an exhibit by New York's Michael Zansky called "Of Giants and Dwarfs." As always, there's no charge to go check out the art.
The Knoxville Writers' Group will meet today at 11 for lunch at Naples. Carol Borges to talk about her memoir Dreamkeeper's Daughter. It's $12 to attend, which includes lunch. Call (865) 983-3740 for more info.
Author and photographers Charles Maynard, Jerry Greer, and Nye Simmons will be at the East Tennessee History Center today at 5:30 to sign copies of their new photo book Blue Ridge Parkway: An Extraordinary Journey Along the World's Oldest Mountains.
The Amused Life Center (221 E. Cumberland Ave) is hosting a class called Yo! We Got Yoga! tonight at 5:30. The yoga-inspired dance fitness class costs $5.
As part of UT's LGBT film series, the John C. Hodges Library will screen Fagbug: A Documentary tonight at 6 p.m. The doc focuses on Erin Davies, who drives her vandalized VW across the U.S. and Canada to promote gay rights. No admission charge!
Local blues outfit Big Gene and Daddy Lee's Loudpack will play tonight at the Well at 9 p.m. to celebrate the release of their new CD. Cover is $5. 21+ only.