Thursday, May 10
Metropolitan Planning Commission Meeting
1:30 p.m., Main Assembly Room. City County Building
You thought it was finally over and done with—but it’s back! The Hillside and Ridgetop Protection Plan’s amendments to subdivision regulations and zoning ordinances meant to protect forested hillsides and ridgetops from being cleared for timber by developers will be discussed. Because good goobly—why would we want that?
Friday, May 11
10 a.m.-5 p.m., 2 Many Pixels Gallery (130 W. Jackson Ave.). Free.
In conjunction with KMA’s Streetwise: Masters of the ‘60s exhibit, this show focuses on the work of four Knoxville street photographers, documenting the city from the mid-’60s to now. Runs through June.
Saturday, May 12
Harry’s Delicatessen Closing
8 a.m.-3 p.m., 131 S. Gay St., 566-0732.
The dream of owners Ben Becker and Amy Willis-Becker to fill the old Harold’s Deli space with a locavore Italian-Jewish hybrid draws to a close. For the time being, this is your last chance for fresh bialys, challah French toast, potato latkes, or a smoked tempeh Reuben...
Tuesday, May 15
Phillip “Tookie” Stanford Discussion
7 p.m., Beck Cultural Exchange Center (1927 Dandridge Ave.).
This community forum sponsored by the News Sentinel will examine the life of the West High School graduate, who committed suicide at age 18. A discussion moderated by Hallerin Hilton Hill will follow a screening of the documentary “A Community’s Child.”
Wednesday, May 16
Neighborhood Advisory Council Meeting
4:30 p.m.-6 p.m, Community Room at the Cansler YMCA (616 Jessamine St.)
Sidewalks! Now’s your chance to tell the city what you really think about them. Officials from the city engineering department will make a presentation and answer questions about the city’s program for repairing and installing sidewalks.