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Get your mouth set. South Pittsburg, Tenn.'s annual salute to a Southern staple, the National Cornbread Festival, returns this weekend.
Daniel Paolini's three-run home run to left in the first inning off Garrett Gould gave Jackson the early lead in a 5-3 win Wednesday as the Generals notched their second straight win over the Lookouts (8-12) following three straight losses.
Cellist Wesley Baldwin featuredon Shostakovich concertoin both perfomances
Knoxville cellist Wesley Baldwin will be the featured soloist in two CSO performances this weekend, the first tonight, April 24, at the Tivoli Theatre and the second on Sunday afternoon, April 27, in the Volkswagen Conference Center.
Producers at Dalton Little Theatre seem to have developed a certain fondness for playwright Mark Dunn. This weekend, it appears the feeling is mutual.
The third annual Kidz Expo returns Sunday, April 27, with a Disney star, scads of cartoon characters, pageant winners, video games, face painters and bounce houses among the draws designed to appeal to kids from toddlers to tweens.
Cloak-and-dagger intrigue, historical drama and controversial comedy are among the themes to be explored in the seventh annual Jewish Film Series, starting Wednesday, April 30, at the Jewish Cultural Center.
Palate 2 Palette, an event that brings together the best of the city's visual, floral and culinary arts, is scheduled Saturday, April 26. The fundraiser supports the work of the Craniofacial Foundation of America. As is the custom, this seventh annual event will celebrate an array of arts in the historic Southside district.
An area high school student died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a car wreck in Marion County, Tenn.
A Greek-themed menu will be served diners attending the next Washington Supper Club at the Mount Vernon Restaurant, 3535 Broad St. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 26.
The Jazzanooga Festival wraps up this week with a parade, a food demonstration and two concerts featuring Lalah Hathaway and Ruben Studdard and Gregory Porter and Avery*Sunshine.