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Dogwood Arts Festival event to close roads in downtown Knoxville

A three-day Dogwood Arts Festival on Market Square will close a couple main roads in downtown Knoxville for the next four days.

The event will close Union Avenue, between Walnut and Gay streets, and Market Street, between Union and Clinch avenues, through Sunday night.

More than 60 artists will show of their work for the street fair.

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Fulmer: The fight against Alzheimer's is personal

For former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer, the fight against Alzheimer's is personal - his mother lives with the disease.

Fulmer and his family will join more than a thousand walkers participating in the Knoxville Alzheimer's Tennessee WALK on Saturday, April 18 at the University of Tennessee Gardens on the agriculture campus off Neyland Drive.

Rhythm & Blooms, other events bring downtown road closures

(WBIR - Downtown Knoxville) - Thanks to great weather and a busy calendar, you can look forward to a lively weekend in downtown Knoxville. Headlining events is the annual Rhythm N Blooms Music festival.

Dozens of groups will be performing at several venues along Jackson Avenue. This

2 lanes of Cumberland Ave. closed for 2 monthes

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Sex Week at UT begins Monday despite controversy

A controversial week-long program aimed at expanding knowledge and conversations about sex, sexuality, relationships, gender, and sexual orientation begins at the University of Tennessee Monday.

UT's Sex Week back for third year despite controversy

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UT students transform scrap metal into masterpieces

For months University of Tennessee students have worked on projects for the Dogwood Arts Festival, and on Friday, they finally got the chance to showcase their masterpieces.

The art students unveiled their creations at the Knoxville Convention Center at 11 a.m. Friday. With the help of Gerdau Steel, who donated three tons of scrap metal, students turned recycled metal into art.