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Forecastle Festival Single Day Tickets On Sale

Forecastle Festival Single Day Tickets On Sale

OUTKAST, JACK WHITE, BECK, THE REPLACEMENTS AND MORE TO PLAY JULY 18 – 20 Returning this summer led by Outkast, Jack White, Beck and The Replacements, The Forecastle Festival single day tickets are now available. A limited number of single-day general admission tickets will be available for $74.50, and will[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Entertainment, Events
Music Lovers Event Hits S. Knox

Music Lovers Event Hits S. Knox

For music fans who can’t get enough of the warm sound of vinyl, Record Store Day is perhaps one of the most anticipated events in South Knoxville. Scheduled to be held April 19 with a start time of 12 p.m., Record Store Day will put the spotlight on rare vinyl[Read More...]

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April 10, 2014 Entertainment, News, South Knox
The $383.00 Paint Job- And It Won’t Scratch.

The $383.00 Paint Job- And It Won’t Scratch.

A 1949 Cadillac, completely covered with 38,295 pennies affixed one by one using silicone. The coins added over 200 pounds to the vehicle’s weight and the entire project took six weeks. The pennies are American, and include an 1817 ”Big Cent”, two Error Pennies, and four 1943 Steel pennies (but who’s counting?)[Read More...]

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March 20, 2014 Entertainment, Featured
Senior Center Bursts With Music

Senior Center Bursts With Music

The South Knoxville Senior Center has announced their plans for March and April programming and it is slated to create a local musical haven. For those looking to enjoy a little music, regular live performances by Mill Creek Muleskinners Bluegrass Band will fill the center each Tuesday from 1:30 until[Read More...]

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March 13, 2014 Community, Entertainment, Featured, South Knox
Civil War Returns Through Theatre

Civil War Returns Through Theatre

The spirit of the Civil War will be alive with Bobby Funk’s performance of his one-man show “Co Aytch: Memoirs of a Confederate Soldier” April 1 at 7 p.m. in the Clayton Center for the Arts’ Haslam Family Flex Theatre. Funk, professor of theatre at East Tennessee State University, adapted[Read More...]

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March 13, 2014 Blount County, Entertainment, Events, News
Mystery Host Exp

Mystery Host Exp

Mystery Host Expo will be held on March 22nd at the Sevierville Civic Center from 10 am to 4 pm! Admission is $3.00 per person. There will be activities, performances & vendor booths to visit along with a GRAND PRIZE to be awarded to one lucky attendee which values at[Read More...]

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March 13, 2014 Entertainment, Events, Guest, Sevierville

Send Us Your Valentine’s Day Questions and Win Dinner for Two

The Herald is asking its readers to send us their Valentine’s Day questions for a chance to have them answered in an advice column that will appear the week of Feb. 14 and receive dinner for two Monday night at Ye Olde Steak House. Question topics can include dating, relationships,[Read More...]

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Museum of Children’s Toys Opens

Museum of Children’s Toys Opens

This week an exhibit dedicated to the history of childhood toys opened in Townsend at Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. “We are very pleased to announce the opening of Child’s Play: 100 Years of Toys,” Patterson said. “This exhibit will bring back many childhood memories and a full range of[Read More...]

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January 23, 2014 Entertainment, Events, News
Chill Out at Winter Camp

Chill Out at Winter Camp

Just before Knox County students return from winter break, Ijams’ Nature Center will give them an opportunity to enjoy one last hurrah before hitting the books. Students don’t go back to school until Jan. 7, so Ijams’ Nature Center will allow them to explore the park for signs of winter[Read More...]

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December 23, 2013 Entertainment, News, South Knox
School Seuss Cuts Loose

School Seuss Cuts Loose

The characters of children book marvel Dr. Seuss will come alive on the stage of Seymour High School Dec. 16. Put on the by SHS Forensics Team, the performance will include plays based on Dr. Seuss classics such as “Cat in the Hat”, “The Sneetches”, “Green Eggs and Ham”, “The[Read More...]

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December 5, 2013 Entertainment, Events, Featured, News, Schools, Seymour