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Knoxville is full of fantastic places to grab a bite to eat. No matter what kind of food is your favorite, chances are you can find it within walking distance of UT’s campus. Perhaps the favorite kind of food for just about every college student, however, is any food that’s free, something e…

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When the pandemic was first ramping up back in March, government officials and the health department issued guidelines that heavily-impacted the restaurant industry. Many establishments closed temporarily, but as regulations have relaxed, many have opened their doors back up for dine-in, del…

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Nutrition is a touchy subject for a good reason. We’ve eaten stuff our whole lives, and it leads to personal habits and expectations about how folks should get their daily nutritional needs. Healthy eating is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, but what works for one may not work for another.

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The increasing severity of the coronavirus outbreak has forced local businesses to adapt to almost unprecedented conditions. In order to slow the spread of the disease, Knox County Health Department Director Martha Buchanan announced a “safer at home” order in a press conference on Monday.

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For the nearly three years I’ve been eating on the strip, my friends and I have always brought up trying House of Dragon, but we have never actually gone in until now.

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I spent the freshman year of high school living in Japan. During the 10 months I lived there, I became a regular at many local ramen shops and sushi parlors. When I moved back to the States, I missed the friends I made and the experiences we shared, but not nearly as much I missed the transf…

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From electronic R&B singer-songwriter Joji comes “Nectar,” his highly anticipated second studio album, released on Friday.

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In this episode, Jake talks about Break the Silence: The Movie, Akira 4K, Enola Holmes, and Secret Society of Second-Born Royals. Check out What to Watch Wednesday every week to stay up to date with new movies releasing in theaters near you!

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While COVID-19 has halted production on some film sets, new movies and series have continued to be released despite the pandemic. Since many theaters across the country aren’t open and aren’t premiering new movies, most new movies are being released on popular streaming services like Netflix…

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2020 has been an exhausting year. Between the pandemic, a tanking economy and an especially tense election year, life has felt like a drag. It’s hard to find a sense of peace or hope during these tumultuous times, yet it can come from unlikely places. Hope for the political future can be fou…

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From bedroom pop and indie songwriter Gus Dapperton comes “Orca,” Dapperton’s sophomore studio album. 

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This week on the Music Minute, host Miles Dickerson is back with a brand new season where he talks about the album "Proper Dose" by The Story So Far, as well as some new changes brought to the show.

In this episode, Jake talks about The Broken Hearts Gallery, The Devil All the Time, The Paramedic, and Woke. Check out What to Watch Wednesday every week to stay up to date with new movies releasing in theaters near you!

September is national chicken month. Fried, grilled, roasted or baked - now’s the time to celebrate one of the world’s most popular bird meats. It’s is a versatile food and a mainstay of southern eating - easy to make but hard to master. 

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Every month, binge watchers eagerly wait to see what their favorite streaming services will add to their endless selection of some of the world’s favorite movies and TV shows. Here’s what you can expect to hit some of your favorite streaming services this week!

Serving East Tennessee and Knoxville’s Latino community, Centro Hispano sits less than 10 minutes from UT’s campus on 2455 Sutherland Ave. It functions primarily as a resource for supporting the Latino community in the areas of education, workforce development, family engagement and communit…

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Appearances are deceptive. While Tell Me Why appears to be a supernatural mystery on the surface, the actual story itself is a different beast altogether. Tyler and Alyson Ronan’s story may not have the twists and thrills one would want in a story, but it has plenty of heart.

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Chapter four of “Burn the Witch,” a spin-off of the ever popular “Bleach,” has released within this week’s issue of “Weekly Shonen Jump.” This chapter is the final installment of the four part mini-series.

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The “Everywhere You Look, UT” campaign is on a path to rival “See Rock City” for the most roadside murals in the state of Tennessee. The UT system-wide marketing project plans to have a mural, complete with the famous orange logo, in each of Tennessee’s 95 counties by the year 2030.

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There’s never a wrong time to celebrate a fun hobby. September is the final month of the National Bike Challenge, where Americans across the country promise to bike as much as possible.

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While few full-length albums were released this week, it’s clear that popular artists are keeping busy producing singles during the pandemic. Here’s a few short reviews of the newest singles released by some of the biggest names in music.

It’s May the Fourth during the height of the pandemic. Most stores and restaurants have been shut down, providing only takeout for their customers. However, at the Token Game Tavern, Darth Vader and a detachment of stormtroopers deliver food straight to the customer’s car.

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Written and directed by Natalie Krinsky, “The Broken Hearts Gallery” is a rom-com pulling together Geraldine Viswanathan (Kayla in 2018’s “Blockers”), Dacre Montgomery (Billy Hargrove in “Stranger Things”), Phillipa Soo (Eliza Hamilton from “Hamilton” on Broadway) and Molly Gordon (Mary Aren…

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Wednesday night, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly saw a tiger on the loose, leading to a widespread search across East Tennessee. The tiger, initially spotted in the Forks of the River Industrial Park, was also spotted a few miles away from the park on Thursday morning.

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Fighting games are an interesting genre. To some, they’re the worst example of what video games can be: unapproachable, overly complex and catered to a small audience. For those in the fighting game community, however, fighting games are the best of what the medium has to offer.

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When discussing fitness, good posture may not be the first thing that comes to mind, even though it should. While it’s not impossible to improve your fitness with bad posture, it is much harder and unfortunately, it’s easy to practice bad posture nowadays, since we can spend days on end sitt…

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While Tell Me Why kicked off its dramatic, mystery narrative with a promising first episode, it appears that the second part of this trilogy has lost some of its initial steam. I want to note that if you have not checked out the first episode of Tell Me Why, this review will delve into some …

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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions released internationally on Aug. 28 as the first game in ten years from the "Captain Tsubasa” franchise. The game features offline play with two solo campaigns and multiplayer matches, as well as online matchmaking where players can face-off against opp…

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In this issue of “Weekly Shonen Jump,” almost every series in my review lineup put out chapters worthy of average to high praise. Even new series like “Ayakashi Triangle” put forth decent content, even if it isn’t in a position to be compared to flagship titles like “One Piece,” “My Hero Aca…

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Voting is an important freedom that we have as Americans. This year, we get to express that freedom in a presidential election that is less than two months away.

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“Zeros,” Declan McKenna’s sophomore album, comes three years after McKenna’s first album, 2017’s “What Do You Think About The Car” continuing his road to success.

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The works of nine phenomenal artists are currently on display by the Arts and Culture Alliance at the Knoxville Emporium Center on Gay Street. This gallery will be open for viewing by scheduled appointment Monday through Friday during regular business hours, while Wednesdays are open for wal…