About Adrienne Martini
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Published 06/11/2008 at 5 p.m.
If nothing else, Kung Fu Panda is visually stunning. Every single digitally rendered frame has had heaps of artistic love dumped on it. The result is rich enough not only to eat but to keep you stuffed for days. As ...
Adlin and Appleford Disappoint on "Jaundice Bitters"
Published 01/24/2002 at 1:34 p.m.
Rich Adlin knows his way around an acoustic guitar, and Mark Appleford can shred through a harmonica solo. This duo is obviously well versed in the time-honored folk/blues tradition. And that may be what makes Jaundice Bitters a little too ...
Published 01/03/2002 at 8:22 p.m.
As much as local pundits like to define us, there is no such thing as an average East Tennessean. Some of us bleed Vol orange, some of us don't realize there's a game until we try to park on campus. ...
The Moffett Man
Published 09/27/2001 at 9:33 p.m.
On the small stage that has been carved out of what used to be the Watson's building, six actors are in search of their lines. Forgetfulness is to be expected, of course. The first couple of rehearsals when the performers ...
Out of the Genre Closet
Published 06/28/2001 at 9:34 p.m.
Write what you know. It's what you'll hear every last fiction-writing instructor tell every last fiction-writing student. For your first project, at least, write about the things that you have experienced. If you're a roofer, pen odes to 3-tab shingles ...
Up and Up and Up
Published 06/07/2001 at 9:10 p.m.
From the rooftops of Asheville, N.C.'s Biltmore Estate, you'd swear you could see all the way into Tennessee, even though the border is 50 miles distant and the haze makes the distant air like gauze. Regardless, the acres and acres ...
BEST OF KNOXVILLE 2001: Staff Picks
Published 04/26/2001 at 10:17 p.m.
BoK 2001 STAFF PICKS
Published 03/22/2001 at 9:13 p.m.
On the great list of things I never imagined myself doing, just above skydiving, back-country camping, and fire-fighting, is gardening.
Power of the Peds
Published 02/22/2001 at 9:51 p.m.
Face it. We're fat. While the nation's borders haven't grown at all over the last 10 years, its residents have. In only 6 states (Massachusetts, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Connecticut, and New Hampshire) can less than 15 percent of the population ...