In part one of Todd Steed's interview with Paul Harrill and Ashley Maynor, the Knoxville-based filmmakers discuss their latest project, 'Something, Anything.' The introspective film has garnered rave reviews.
This week, the University of Tennessee’s Clarence Brown Theatre opens its production of The Threepenny Opera by Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill. Though the play is often billed as a modern story of the haves versus the have-nots, the play actually has its roots in a work written by John Gay in the early 1700s, called The Beggar’s Opera.
On Friday, April 10, thousands of gun enthusiasts and second amendment advocates will descend on Nashville for the National Rifle Association's 2015 convention. They'll be joined by several Republican heavyweights, including Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz and Scott Walker.
One prominent figure won't be there: Governor Bill Haslam. He wasn't invited.
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