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1. K2 Volleyball pushed trio to make grade at UT -

Madison Coulter grabbed her jersey and slipped away to the nearest bathroom.

The Maryville native didn’t realize picture day for the Tennessee women’s volleyball team three years ago would be so emotional.

2. UT celebrates 225 years of teaching, service -

The University of Tennessee, the first public college chartered west of the Appalachian Divide, is 225 years old.

The university will celebrate the milestone throughout 2019-2020.

The state’s flagship campus and premier public institution began as Blount College on Sept. 10, 1794, two years before Tennessee became a state.

3. Vols set priorities for season, making a bowl, beating Vandy -

Reaching a bowl game and beating Vanderbilt used to be foregone conclusions for the Tennessee football team.

They have now become benchmarks of progress.

Expectations have changed around Knoxville with the program in the process of a major rebuild. The Vols finished 5-7 last season, including a second straight last-place finish in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division.

4. NSF gives Maryville College $1M -

The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year, $1 million grant to Maryville College to its Scots Science Scholars program.

The program also known as S3 is now in its seventh year. It is a four-year program with a goal of increasing the number of students graduating with a major in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at the school.

5. Sheppeard takes on TBA role -

Knoxville attorney Sarah Sheppeard has been sworn in as the 139th president of the Tennessee Bar Association.

She is a shareholder and a Supreme Court Rule 31 mediator in the Knoxville office of Lewis Thomason. She practices in the areas of domestic relations, estates, commercial law and general civil litigation.

6. Back to the mountains -

If you haven’t been to the Great Smoky Mountains in the last few years, you might not recognize its surrounding towns and cities.

Having survived and rebooted after the 2016 wildfires, the mountain communities and businesses have found new ways to harness Mother Nature, embracing the area’s natural beauty and linking it to adventure travel and leisure.

7. Events -

Sports Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction. The Hall, established in 1982, celebrates sports and serves as a significant fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley. Ten individuals will be inducted Thursday into the Hall of Fame for achievements in athletics, media, coaching, sports administration and officiating. David Cutcliffe, the head coach of Duke football and former Tennessee offensive coordinator, will be the guest speaker. Hospitality begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m. The induction ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St., Knoxville. Information

8. Events -

Don Sproles Memorial Wine & Shine. This benefit for the Volunteer Ministry Center will feature wine and Sugarlands Distilling moonshine tastings, gourmet food, live music, and silent and live auctions. Humorist and longtime News Sentinel columnist and humorist Sam Venable will serve as master of ceremonies. VMC’s programs support its twofold mission of facilitating permanent supportive housing for those who are homeless and providing services to prevent homelessness. VMC operates four main programs: The VMC Resource Center, The Bush Family Refuge, Minvilla Manor and The VMC Dental Clinic. Friday, 6:30-9 p.m. $70 per ticket. Crowne Plaza Knoxville, 401 W. Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville. Information

9. Best cars for today’s youth sports families -

Young athletes today compete year-round in a variety of clubs and travel to tournaments, usually with staggering amounts of equipment. Vehicle support is often key, and to that end Edmunds has selected its all-star lineup for the best cars, trucks and SUVs for families with active young athletes.

10. Events -

Teen driving. Each month, the Knoxville Police Department offers a teen defensive driving program called TRACK (Training, Responsibility, Awareness, Confidence, Knowledge). TRACK is a comprehensive, two-day defensive driving program. Students 16-19 years of age receive personal training from skilled, certified KPD defensive driving instructors both on the driving track and in the classroom. $125. Knoxville Police Department’s 18 acre driving track at the Phil Keith Training Facility located at 6388 Cement Plant Road. Upcoming session dates: July 19-20, Aug. 23-24, Sept. 27-28, Nov. 8-9, Dec. 6-7. Information

11. Events -

Gatlinburg’s 4th of July Midnight Parade. For 44 years, Gatlinburg has kicked off the at 12:01 a.m. July 4. Stretching more than a mile, the parade route begins at Baskins Creek Bypass on East Parkway, turning south onto Parkway at traffic light #3 and traveling the length of downtown to traffic light #10 at Ski Mountain Road. Parade goers are encouraged to arrive early July 3 in order to secure the perfect viewing area along the parade route. New head coach of the Lady Volunteers, Kellie Jolly Harper, will serve as grand marshal of parade which has garnered national attention and award recognition for excellence in entertainment. The parade has been named by National Geographic Traveler Magazine as a “Top Ten Parade to see in the U.S.” and recognized by Livability.com as one of the “Five Best Fourth of July Celebrations in Smaller Cities.” Downtown. Information

12. Events -

Variety Thursdays. Square on the Square is featured this week in the free concert series on Market Square. 6 p.m. Information

13. UTMC promotes 3 to SVP -

Joe Landsman, president and CEO of the University of Tennessee Medical Center, has promoted Kathy Boyd to senior vice president and chief development officer, Ben Cox to senior vice president and chief general counsel and Bruce Hartmann to senior vice president and chief community relations officer.

14. Get out! -

Need a change for the summer? Hit the road. Take what “Condé Nast Traveler’’ contributing editor Mark Ellwood described as a “microvacation” on a recent “CBS This Morning” appearance.

15. UTMC expands Omnicell platform -

The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville is expanding its Omnicell automated medication management platform.

New automation includes new solutions and will streamline workflows and safety initiatives to support improved patient care and enhanced pharmacy performance.

16. Punzalan-Randle comes home to lead YWCA -

Alizza Punzalan-Randle’s classmates had only shown “Southern hospitality” when she and her Filipino family moved to Knoxville from Detroit – until the day the sixth-grader opened her locker and found herself staring at a collage of photos apparently snipped from the pages of National Geographic.

17. Knoxville Chamber names Odom as its new CEO -

The Knoxville Chamber Board of Directors has named Mike Odom as the organization’s new president and CEO. Odom, who serves as president and CEO of the Round Rock, Texas, Chamber, succeeds the retiring Mike Edwards.

18. Edmunds: How to hack the traditional test drive -

Test-driving a vehicle is a critical part of the buying process. And while you may be familiar with the basics, there are a number of things you can do to save time and streamline the process.

Here’s how to hack your way to a better test-drive experience:

19. Big Ears to recognize ECM Records anniversary -

Knoxville’s 2019 Big Ears Festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary March 21-24, will honor 50 years of ECM Records with 20 concerts of jazz, classical and new music. The four-day event will host 100-plus concerts at 12 venues.

20. Events -

UT women’s basketball. Lady Vols vs. Kentucky. Thompson Boling Arena. Phil Fulmer Way, Knoxville. Thursday, 7 p.m. Information

21. Events -

Meet the legislators. A networking and luncheon event sponsored by the Greater Knoxville Hospitality Association, Visit Knoxville and Middle East Tennessee Tourism Council with the region’s state legislators. Thursday, Jan. 4. Registration and networking begin at 11 a.m., followed by lunch and the program at 11:30 a.m. Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World’s Fair Park Drive. Information

22. Events -

Window Wonderland. Downtown Knoxville is a Peppermint Trail with windows of restaurants and merchants decorated with the peppermint theme. Merchants and restaurants will also have peppermint items for sale. Through Jan. 1. Information

23. Events -

UT women’s basketball. Lady Vols vs. East Tennessee State. Friday, 7 p.m. Thompson-Boling Arena. 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way #202, Knoxville. Information

24. Events -

KMA Holiday Homes Tour & Luncheon. The Friday event features a Holiday Homes day tour from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. at five homes with a noon luncheon at Cherokee Country Club in between the tours. Tickets are available for purchase by members of the Knoxville Museum of Art. $95. Cherokee Country Club, 5138 Lyons View Pike, Knoxville. Information

25. Big Ears finalizes lineup with 100+ performances -

Knoxville’s Big Ears 2019 festival has announced its final lineup for its tenth-anniversary event, March 21 through March 24.

The festival will offer more than 100 performances – plus a film festival, workshops, talks, exhibitions, and a 12-hour drone concert in a variety of venues, from historic theaters and houses of worship to beautiful converted warehouse spaces, galleries and clubs.

26. Events -

East Tennessean of the Year. Established in 2011 by the East Tennessee Historical Society Board of Directors, the award periodically recognizes and honors an East Tennessee history maker who is an ambassador for the region. The 2018 honoree for the East Tennessean of the Year Award will be longtime philanthropist and community leader Natalie Haslam. The award recognizes a recent accomplishment or compilation of accomplishments in history, politics, business, entertainment, education, research or humanitarian work. Attire is black tie or black tie optional. Thursday, 6 p.m. $500 per ticket, $5,000 per table. Cherokee Country Club, 5138 Lyons View Pike, Knoxville. Information

27. Four leaders look to future of state’s job growth -

The Ledger asked four career development leaders in Tennessee for their advice about how to approach the job market. We also asked them about promising careers and what issues are important to tackle as the state adds jobs, new industries and more education and training.

28. ‘Politics is more dramatic than pro wrestling’ -

There were only two job descriptions in Glenn Jacobs’ world during the past 23 years – good guys and bad guys. But now the longtime World Wrestling Entertainment star, known as champion tag-team member Kane, is an elected official. The Republican won the race to become mayor of Knox County by a nearly 2-to-1 margin this summer, and the political rookie’s goal is to eliminate any public policy brawls and verbal body slams before they occur.

29. Events -

LATINO awards. The Thursday event honors those who serve the East Tennessee community and is Centro Hispano’s annual fundraising event. Centro Hispano will recognize three community leaders voted on by the East Tennessee community in the nomination categories: Latino Community Leader; Latino Spirit Award; and Latino Humanitarian Award. The event features cocktails, authentic Latino cuisine, dancing, silent auction and live music. 5-9 p.m. The Mill & Mine, 227 W. Depot Ave., Knoxville. Information

30. Events -

Light the Night Luncheon. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will hold the event at 11:30 a.m. Thursday to kick off the Light the Night campaign and walk, which will be held Oct. 25 at Circle Park on the University of Tennessee campus. RSVP to Bethany Fields, campaign specialist, at 615 258-5507 or bethany.fields@lls.org. Bearden Banquet Hall, 5806 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Information

31. Events -

Election. 2018 Knox County general election and federal/state primaries, Thursday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Information

32. Events -

Shakespeare on the Square. Two of the magnificent plays of Williams Shakespeare, comedies, tragedies and histories, are rotated nightly outdoors on Market Square through mid-August. $15 per person for VIP seating. No admission charge for general seating, but donations are appreciated. Cymbeline, 7 p.m., July 26, 28, and August 3, 5, 9, & 11. Special performance at Blount County Library in Maryville on July 30. Henry IV, Part One, 7 p.m. July 27, 29 and August 2, 4, 10, 12. Indoor matinee performances, August 5: Henry IV, Part One, Scruffy City Hall at 32 Market Square. Both shows begin at 2 p.m. $15 at the door. Information

33. Events -

Shakespeare on the Square. Two of Williams Shakespeare’s plays are rotated nightly outdoors on Market Square. $15 per person for VIP seating. No admission charge for general seating, but donations are appreciated. Cymbeline, 7 p.m., July 20, 22, 26, 28 and August 3, 5, 9, & 11. Special performance at Blount County Library in Maryville on July 30. Henry IV, Part One, 7 p.m., July 19, 21, 27, 29 and August 2, 4, 10, & 12. Indoor matinee performances, July 22: Cymbeline. August 5: Henry IV, Part One. Scruffy City Hall at 32 Market Square. Both shows begin at 2 p.m. Admission is $15 at the door. Information

34. Events -

Shakespeare on the Square. Two of the magnificent plays of Williams Shakespeare, comedies, tragedies and histories, are rotated nightly outdoors on Market Square through mid-August. $15 per person for VIP seating. No admission charge for general seating, but donations are appreciated. 2018 Schedule: Cymbeline, 7 p.m. July 12, 14, 20, 22, 26, 28, and August 3, 5, 9, & 11. Special performance at Blount County Library in Maryville on July 30, Henry IV, Part One, 7 p.m. July 13, 15, 19, 21, 27, 29, and August 2, 4, 10, & 12. Indoor matinee performances: July 22: Cymbeline; August 5: Henry IV, Part One. Scruffy City Hall at 32 Market Square. Both shows begin at 2 p.m., and admission is $15 at the door. Information

35. Collecting online sales taxes no cure-all for state budget -

Tennessee’s political officials are lauding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision enabling states to effectively collect sales taxes from out-of-state online retailers.

But don’t expect the result of South Dakota v. Wayfair to be a watershed moment for the state budget. If you’re looking for a windfall to bolster education or house the homeless, close your eyes and dream on, because this likely isn’t about mo’ money, mo’ money.

36. Peddling more than bicycles -

Trusty steed, spaceship, Tour de France competitor, Olympic road-cycling medalist … put a kid’s imagination under a helmet and on a bicycle, and magic happens.

As with so many other barriers, however, price can get in the way. A good bike can lie outside a family’s finances.

37. Vehicle manufacturer to open in Morristown -

Van Hool NV officials have announced the company will establish its first U.S. manufacturing operation in Morristown.

Van Hool, a family-owned Belgian manufacturer of buses, coaches and industrial vehicles, plans to invest more than $47 million to construct an approximately 500,000-square-foot facility in Morristown’s East Tennessee Progress Center, a Select Tennessee Certified Site. Van Hool anticipates the facility will be operational in the first quarter of 2020.

38. Boys & Girls Clubs recognize Fulmer -

University of Tennessee Athletics Director Phillip Fulmer has been named the Gift of Hope award winner by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley.

The award was created to honor Emmet P. “Buck” and Linda Vaughn.

39. Events -

YWCA luncheon. The annual luncheon raises funds for the YWCA’s Keys of Hope Women’s Housing Program. The event begins Thursday at 11:30 a.m.; doors open at 11 a.m. The Keys of Hope Women’s Housing Program offers a 58-bed facility and counseling for women to empower them to become self-sufficient by providing safe, affordable housing for up to two years. $25 per person; $250, table of 10. Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St. Information

40. Knoxville recognizes employee milestones -

Mayor Madeline Rogero recently honored government employees who have achieved milestones in their careers with the City of Knoxville.

Notable among the staffers are Zephyree Porter from the Civil Service Department and Tony Vandergriff, Engineering, who were honored for having 35 years of service each.

41. Rules change for foreign-educated lawyers -

A recent ruling from the Tennessee Supreme Court will allow the University of Tennessee College of Law and other law schools in the state to better educate foreign-educated lawyers who seek to practice law in the United States.

42. Woodruff settles into dream job with Vols -

Knoxville native Chris Woodruff was at a crossroads in life when he retired from professional tennis in 2002.

He had won a state doubles title at Bearden High School and, after an illustrious career in junior tennis, became a two-time All-American at Tennessee in 1992 and ’93, winning the NCAA singles championship as a sophomore before turning pro.

43. Evergreen Ball raises $700K for Smokies -

The annual Friends of the Smokies Evergreen Ball, held Jan. 27, raised more than $700,000 for the park’s annual needs.

The fundraiser featured a silent auction, wine auction and live auction with more than 500 items, including one-of-a-kind experiences and vacation packages to HGTV’s Dream Home in Gig Harbor, Washington and the Grand Canyon.

44. Screen Wars: The Theaters Fight Back -

Television was going to end the movies. Everyone in the 1950s knew that. Didn’t quite turn out that way – as this weekend’s $45 million opening of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” demonstrates – but the advent of new forms of entertainment did get movie theater operators thinking about ways to compete for audience share, a trend that has ramped up to new heights 60 years later.

45. Big Ears adds ‘depth and breadth’ in 2018 -

The Big Ears Festival, called “a music festival with a rare vision,’’ by The New York Times, returns to Knoxville in 2018 for four days, March 22-25, with an emphasis on jazz, Appalachian themes and bluegrass.

46. A unique spin on beating cancer -

Almost four decades have passed since Olympic champion Scott Hamilton won four consecutive U.S. and World figure skating championships before topping off his amateur career with the 1984 Olympic gold.

47. Tanney hopes Nashville is not his last stop -

By the time you read this, it is possible that Alex Tanney might have already thrown his last pass as a member of the Tennessee Titans.

But Tanney, even if he doesn’t make the 53-man roster in Tennessee, says he won’t stop pursuing his dream. As the Titans closed out the preseason in Kansas City on Thursday, the dread of impending roster cuts turned into reality this weekend around the NFL.

48. Panthers at Titans: What to watch -

Coming off a lackluster performance in the preseason opener against the Jets, the Titans hope to redeem themselves in the preseason home opener against the Carolina Panthers (2 p.m. Saturday. TV: WKRN, NFL Network).

49. Events -

Watermelon Crawl. A collection of downtown Knoxville restaurants and bars are celebrating the tastiest part of summer and benefiting a great cause during the inaugural Watermelon Crawl in celebration of National Watermelon Day, Aug. 3. Tuesday through Saturday, participating restaurants and bars will offer watermelon-based creations, from cocktails to food to dessert. The event is a benefit for East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. There is no entry fee, but crawl participants will purchase their food and drink selections at each establishment. Participants may vote for their favorite offering to be Best in Show by making a donation benefiting East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. To date, participating establishments include Babalu Tapas & Tacos, 412 S. Gay St., Café 4, 4 Market Square, Cruze Dairy Farm Pop-up Shop, 408 S. Gay St., Fairgrounds at Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park, 525 Henley St., The Drawing Room at The Tennessean Personal Luxury Hotel, 531 Henley St., Juice Bar, 2 Market Square, Maple Hall, 414 S. Gay St., Oliver Royale, 5 Market Square, The Parlor at Maple Hall, 414 S. Gay St., Windows on the Park at Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park, 525 Henley St. Information: www.facebook.com/events/120228178594870/

50. Events -

Second Harvest Food Bank dinner and celebration. Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Peter Cetera will appear at Habitat’s 35th annual dinner and concert. Thursday, 6-10 p.m. $150 per person, $1,500, table of 10. Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St., Knoxville. Information: www.secondharvestetn.org/35thcelebration/

51. Events -

Second Harvest Food Bank dinner and celebration. Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Peter Cetera will appear at Habitat’s 35th annual dinner and concert. Thursday, 6-10 p.m. $150 per person, $1,500, table of 10. Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St., Knoxville. Information: www.secondharvestetn.org/35thcelebration

52. Events -

Don Sproles Memorial Wine & Shine. The sixth annual benefit for the Volunteer Ministry Center will feature wine and moonshine tastings, along with heavy appetizers, music and silent and live auctions. Friday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. $60. Crowne Plaza Knoxville, 401 W. Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville. Information: www.vmcinc.org

53. Little volleyball club scoring big nationally -

LOUISVILLE, Tenn. – Tucked off a two-lane highway near Fort Loudon Lake, the K2 Volleyball Club maintains an inauspicious presence that defies its nationwide impact on the sport.

It’s a small-market club competing against big-market clubs – and more than holding its own.

54. Events -

Don Sproles Memorial Wine & Shine. The 6th annual benefit for the Volunteer Ministry Center will feature wine and moonshine tastings, along with heavy appetizers, music and silent and live auctions. Friday, 6:30-9:30 p.m. $60. Crowne Plaza Knoxville, 401 W. Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville. Information: www.vmcinc.org/

55. Events -

Knoxville and Knox County Candidate Expo. The civic and political event allows members of the community to meet candidates who are running for office in 2017 and 2018. The Knox County Election Commission will conduct a voter registration drive from 4:30-6 p.m. and help attendees find their voting district information. The event is free and open to the public. Thursday, 4:30-8:30 p.m. Knoxville Expo Center, 5441 Clinton Highway, Knoxville. Information: www.moxleycarmichael.com

56. Ripkens aim to give young players a big-league experience -

PIGEON FORGE – Melissa Rubel spies former major league baseball player Bill Ripken through the large plate-glass window and sheepishly cracks the door to the ground floor of the massive two-level clubhouse at The Ripken Experience Pigeon Forge.

57. Events -

Muse for All. The Muse Knoxville will hold its 4th annual scholarship luncheon to raise money for the Muse For All programs. The funds are used for educational programming and exhibits for children regardless of economic, physical or social barriers at significantly reduced prices or free of charge. Sponsorships are available. Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. The Foundry on the Fair Site, 747 World’s Fair Park Drive, Knoxville. Information: www.themuseknoxville.org/

58. Events -

Imagination Library of Knox County’s Under the Big Top. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Knox County will host this event to benefit the organization, which provides books for children. The event, called “Under the Big Top,” will feature carnival-themed games, food and drinks, entertainment and a live auction. Thursday, 6:30- 9:30 p.m. $100 per ticket; $1,000, table of 10. Mill & Mine, 227 W. Depot Ave., Knoxville. Information: www.bit.ly/ImaginationLibraryKnoxCounty

59. Make new friends, open career doors -

The theme of this column sounds a little strange at first glance. But if you’ve ever tried to make friends as an adult, you know this is a big deal.

And it’s not just because it’s important to have friends. The friends you have as an adult can have a major impact on your career.

60. The Joy of Music -

Assemble a set of musical instruments. Add children. Mix in volunteer instructors and community philanthropists. Stir. It’s a recipe for passion and creativity, and one that the Joy of Music School (JOM) has perfected over the last two decades.

61. Faison’s folly? A conservative pushing marijuana in Tennessee -

By just about any measure, state Rep. Jeremy Faison is a hard-core conservative. But when it comes to the cannabis plant, the East Tennessee legislator is ready to fire up the General Assembly with a move to liberalize the state’s pot law.

62. Knoxville non-profits that could use a hand -

Looking for a way to help others in the Knoxville area at the holiday season either by donating, volunteering or

connecting with agencies to provide year-round assistance? Check out these nonprofit agencies that help those in need.

63. College consultant says ‘It’s all about fit’ -

Diane Connolly, an independent college consultant and owner/founder of College Well Planned in Brentwood, has helped more than 500 students and their families navigate the complicated world of college admissions.

64. Summit Strateic Solutions hires Thompson as CEO -

Jack Thompson has been named CEO of Knoxville-based Summit Strategic Solutions.

He took over the position on Sept. 12.

Thompson succeeds Tim Young, who served as Summit Strategic Solutions CEO until recently. Jack Kam, chief science and innovation officer, was the interim CEO.

65. Auto supplier investing millions in Campbell -

Telos Global, LLC, officials have announced the company will locate a new facility in Caryville in Campbell County.

The firm, an automotive supplier, will invest $32 million and create 63 new jobs.

66. Help Dolly’s foundation share love of reading -

“You can never get enough books into the hands of enough children,” Dolly Parton says.

For the last several years, the Dollywood Foundation, headquartered in Pigeon Forge, has been promoting a program known as Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

67. Events -

Shakespeare on the Square. The Tennessee Stage Company has four major programs: The Tennessee Stage New Play Festival, Shakespeare on the Square, Tennessee Williams’ Festival and Education & Outreach Programs. The Shakespeare plays are held Thursday to Saturday, 7 p.m. each night. The Merry Wives of Windsor will be performed on these dates: July 22, 24, 28, 30 & Aug. 5, 7, 11, 13 and King Lear will be performed July 21, 23, 29, 31 & Aug. 4, 6, 12, 14. Indoor matinees will take place in the Scruffy City Hall at 32 Market Square. Both shows begin at 2:00 p.m. Information: http://tennesseestage.com/home/upcoming-productions-3/shakespeare-on-the-square-2/

68. Events -

Shakespeare on the Square. The Tennessee Stage Company has four major programs: The Tennessee Stage New Play Festival, Shakespeare on the Square, Tennessee Williams’ Festival and Education & Outreach Programs. The Shakespeare plays are held Thursday to Saturday, July 14-August 14, 7 p.m. each night. The Merry Wives of Windsor will be performed on July 14, 16, 22, 24, 28, 30 & Aug. 5, 7, 11, 13. King Lear will be performed July 15, 17, 21, 23, 29, 31 & Aug. 4, 6, 12, 14. Indoor matinees will take place in the Scruffy City Hall at 32 Market Square. Both shows begin at 2:00 p.m. Information: http://tennesseestage.com/home/upcoming-productions-3/shakespeare-on-the-square-2/

69. Events -

Farmer’s Market. Weekly at Market Square. Wednesday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Downtown. Information: marketsquarefarmersmarket.org

70. Let's put on a (big, original, really ambitious) show! -

COOKEVILLE – “Hey kids! Let’s put on a show!” Well, the same sentiment – if not those specific words – that guided Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland and the rest from gloom and into the world of entertainment is pretty similar to what’s going on in Cookeville these days.

71. Mayor’s budget heads to public hearings -

The Knoxville City Council will hold public budget hearings on Tuesday, May 17 to consider Mayor Madeline Rogero’s proposed budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

The budget includes more than $4 million for new Magnolia Avenue streetscapes and funding for a range of youth and community service organizations.

72. Events -

South Knoxville Trash Run. Keep Knoxville Beautiful will host a Trash Run in South Knoxville on Thursday. Participants will meet at Alliance Brewing Company at 1130 Sevier Avenue at 5:30 p.m. and the run will kick off at 6. There is a suggested donation of $5 to participate. The Trash Run is a non-competitive fun run and litter pickup for runners/walkers of all ages. There is no designated route for the event; rather, participants are encouraged to spend an hour running or walking and collecting litter in the area. Keep Knoxville Beautiful will provide maps, gloves, bags, and litter-pickers. Celebrate the Trash Run afterwards at Alliance Brewing Company. Information: www.keepknoxvillebeautiful.org

73. Events -

Big Ears Festival. The Big Ears Festival is a weekend of world-class musical performances in historic theaters, clubs, galleries, and museums, combined with talks and discussions, interactive workshops, installations, exhibitions, film screenings, surprise collaborations and unexpected connections. Venues include the historic Tennessee Theatre, Bijou Theatre, The Standard, The Square Room, Mill & Mine and The Sanctuary. Benefits Little Ears partners, the Joy of Music School and Community School of the Arts. March 31-April 1. Various ticket plans available. Information: www.bigearsfestival.com

74. Events -

Special Events Monthly Meeting. Public meeting of Knoxville’s Special Events committee. Thursday, 9 a.m. Civic Coliseum Ballroom. 500 Howard Baker Jr Blvd, Knoxville. Information: www.knoxvilletn.gov

75. Events -

Knoxville Symphony League. The Knoxville Symphony League Spring Inspirations’ luncheon features a performance by Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Gabriel Lefkowitz, accompanied by Dr. Kevin Class, piano; and a special guest speaker, Ginny McCormack, an author, food columnist and cooking instructor. The event also features spring and summer tablescapes by area designers. Check-in, tablescapes viewing and book signing begin at 10:30 a.m on Wednesday, with music and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. $50 per ticket. Cherokee Country Club, 5138 Lyons View Pike, Knoxville. Information: www.knoxvillesymphonyleague.org

76. Yes, your resume is important. So is networking -

Resume writing can be one of the most frustrating parts of the job search process.

Many job seekers focus close to 100 percent of their energy on perfecting their resume.

And, it makes sense. We’re often squeezing up to 20 years of work experience, our education and any community involvement onto two pages.

77. McFadden to lead Boys & Girls Clubs -

Bart McFadden is the new president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley.

A native of Johnson City, he has a long history of service to youth through Boys & Girls Clubs and other organizations.

78. Pound breaks ground with radio-based treason -

In 1967, Ezra Pound told Allen Ginsberg, “The worst mistake I made was that stupid suburban prejudice of anti-Semitism.”

Some say it was an apology.

Pound died in Venice in 1972, shortly after his 87th birthday. In one of his final cantos, he wrote, “I have tried to write Paradise … Let the Gods [and] those I love try to forgive what I have made.” The above was well after the treason case.

79. Cardiologist Abazid joins Tennova -

Bassem A. Abazid, M.D., cardiologist, has joined Tennova Healthcare and has a new medical practice at East Tennessee Heart Consultants.

Abazid specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease and is experienced in non-invasive imaging studies, including nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and transesophageal echocardiography.

80. Events -

United Way Cocktail Reception. The United Way’s Women of Tocqueville will hold its annual meeting and reception to thank donors and welcome new donors. Wednesday, 5-8 p.m. Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World’s Fair Park Drive. Information: www.uwgk.org/

81. Events -

Goodwill Vintage Fashion Show & Sale. The annual event features fashion, dinner and drinks and a sale that includes exclusive vintage merchandise, as well as top name brands. The Vintage Boutique pre-sale begins Thursday at 5 p.m. ($5 at door for early access to store). Doors open for Vintage Fashion Show at 6 p.m., followed by full-course dinner at 6:15 p.m. and the 7 p.m. fashion show. $40 per person; $375, table of 10. Hilton Knoxville, 501 W. Church Ave. Information: gwiktn.org/vintage

82. Events -

Community Development Corp. Public meeting of Knoxville’s Community Development Corp. Thursday, 11:30 a.m. 901 Broadway NE, Knoxville. Information: knoxvilletn.gov

83. Events -

“All That SCHAS,” a fundraiser for Senior Citizens Home Assistance Service, will include dessert, wine and music by the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra. Wine and punch will be served, and dancing is encouraged. A minimum donation of $5 is required. Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Renaissance Terrace, 215 Bearden Place, Knoxville, Information: schas.org/

84. Events -

Community Health Council. Knoxville Community Health Council meets Thursday, 7:30 a.m. Cansler Family YMCA at 616 Jessamine Street. Information: knoxvilletn.gov

85. Knoxville’s outdoor assets -

In the Knoxville Metropolitan area, nearly 150 miles of paved and natural trails are available for recreation and transportation.

More than 5,000 acres of forest, farm and parkland is preserved in the area. This includes city, county, and state land, plus private easements allowing public use.

86. Events -

KAT Community Advisory. Meeting of the Knoxville Area Transit Committee, today, 1:30 p.m., Main Assembly Room, City-County Building. Information: knoxvilletn.gov

87. Better catch Schwarber while he’s still a Smokie -

SEVIERVILLE – Tennessee Smokies catcher Kyle Schwarber didn’t waste any time catching the attention of the Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon during spring training.

It was March 5, Schwarber’s 22nd birthday, and the Cubs were playing San Francisco. Schwarber came to bat for the first time in spring training with the bases loaded against Giants pitcher Ryan Vogelsong.

88. UT, Eastman celebrate new engineering lab -

Eastman has long been a strategic partner of the University of Tennessee College of Engineering.

The new Eastman Unit Operations Laboratory, which opened Thursday, serves as the latest example of that partnership, bringing business and education together to enable students to be successful in the workforce.

89. Events -

KAT Advisory Committee. KAT Community Advisory Committee meets, today, 1:30 p.m., Main Assembly room of the City-County Building, Information: cityofknoxville.org.

90. Events -

Mayor’s Meetings. Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett will host constituent meetings during March to give citizens the opportunity to meet one-on-one and speak individually with him about issues that are important to them. Thursday, 11 a.m.-noon, 9-10 a.m., Karns Library, 7516 Oak Ridge Highway. These meetings are open to the public and held on various dates and places. Additional opportunities:

91. Events -

Civil Service Merit Board. Meeting of Civil Service Merit Board. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Conference Room 453, City County Building. Information: cityofknoxville.org.

92. Market Square, Old City vie for New Year’s Eve revelers -

Christmas wrapping packed away? Check. 2014 all but in the books? Check. Resolutions for 2015 made? Maybe. Check. Making plans for New Year’s Eve? Check. Check.

New Year’s Eve revelers have choices of how they want to ring in 2015 while celebrating a successful – or at least completed – 2014. There’s no time yet for making resolutions when two of the year’s biggest parties are about to blast Knoxville with noisemakers and fireworks.

93. Hit holiday parties for latest job opportunities -

December is my favorite time of year for networking. Sounds a little crazy, right?

The holidays are for family and loved ones. It’s a time of gift giving, cookie baking and sing-alongs. It’s a time to visit those you haven’t seen in over a year and, if you’re lucky, build snowmen with your children.

94. Knoxville tech firm in health care Top 20 -

Knoxville-based PerfectServe has been named one of the 20 Most Promising Healthcare Tech Solution Providers in 2014.

CIO Review rates the top companies in the technology field through nominations and working with industry leaders, according to businesswire.com.

95. You can go to Las Vegas without gambling -

Who in his right mind spends four days in Las Vegas, without kids to slow down things, and doesn’t sit at a table game even once to play a hand?

Who visits Sin City and doesn’t buy in at a morning poker game? And who travels to Las Vegas with a group of friends, almost all of whom played at least one table game, and doesn’t sit with them?

96. A perfect Union: Downtown gets the bookstore it ‘needs’ -

Union Ave Books buzzes with activity on a Tuesday afternoon as families from San Francisco and Paris browse the shelves in the children’s section.

A local customer, owner Flossie McNabb explains, has brought the travelers to her store during their East Tennessee visit.