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As the Oscar train gets closer and closer, it’s the time of year to catch up on some of the Best Picture nominations and see if what the critics are saying line up with your own thoughts. Knoxville is carrying many of the nominations with a handful of new releases and re-releases that should pique [...]
Matt Milam, senior vice president at Skydance productions, will return home to Knoxville where he grew up and went to school to host a forum on how to get movies made in contemporary Hollywood. Milam will be joined by Jon Silk, Will Russell-Shapiro and Bryan Unkeless in a panel discussion, which will be held Friday, Oct. 4, [...]
A profile of a local bakery that specializes in treats for man's best friend.
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- UT physicists to address questions after showing of “Particle Fever” documentary April 18, 2014
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- Big Orange Orchard to provide accessible fruit, veggie gardens April 16, 2014
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