Tag Archives: zombies

Judgment Days

WBIR’s Erin Donovan and I were the judges for a Lego building contest at the Tennessee Valley Fair on Saturday afternoon. We picked our favorites and awarded first, second and third place trophies to the winners. They had two rounds … Continue reading

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Super Duper

“Super 8″ is such a good movie that if you haven’t seen it, you should stop reading this and go see it immediately. Really. . . The main characters are a group of kids using Super 8 film to make … Continue reading

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Zombie My Baby

Did you realize we are almost halfway through Zombie Awareness Month? Fortunately, I can count on my daughter to keep me informed on the latest zombie news. Like me, she finds humor in the living dead. Today she sent me … Continue reading

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Jumboree

Something looked different about the Jumble in Monday’s paper. I can’t quite put my finger on it. Did they get a new cartoonist? Or was it the presence of zombies that seemed unusual? Zombies were in the news on Monday. … Continue reading

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Zombie Keeping

Yee-Haw Industries has been on the zombie bandwagon for a while. I saw their “Danger Zombies Run” t-shirts at a few events, including the International Biscuit Festival this past summer. Recently I spotted a cardboard sign with the slogan in … Continue reading

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Zombie All You Can Be

Zombies are still hot right now, figuratively speaking of course. I imagine that an actual zombie would be as cold as a regular corpse. George Mason University, my alma mater, is offering a class on the cultural impact of zombies … Continue reading

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Dogwoody Style

A herd of Chick-fil-A cows parachuted into downtown Knoxville Friday night. They were actually small dolls, thrown from the roofs of buildings on both sides of Gay Street. Meanwhile a contingent of people in cow costumes marched in the Dogwood … Continue reading

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