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I grew up in S. Knoxville and on Sundays, after church, before we had a car, we would ride the bus downtown. We would eat lunch at the S&W Cafeteria or Brown's, which was next door to the Tennessee Theater, and afterwards, go to a movie. So simple and yet so wonderful! If the Tennessee Theater didn't make you feel glamourous, then the S&W would. Nothing could compare to the elegant spiral staircase at the S&W, not to mention floating to your seat on the music from the grand piano! Of course, the music from the Wurlitzer at the Tennessee Theater was incomparable! We had it so good and didn't even know it. I sure wish my grandchildren could grow up in the simple, yet secure, era I did.Glenna Bible
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