Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.
Supports Green Practices
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A celebration of the arts as well as the season, the Dogwood Arts Festival features the region's most talented performing and visual artists in a month-long event that showcases the creativity and traditions of the area at a variety of venues throughout Knoxville. Nature trails that follow the newly blossoming dogwood trees add a note of natural beauty to the event.
Aer is a duo from Boston that blends reggae and pop-rock stylings to create anamiablestyle of music that has won the group the group over a fairly sizable fan base. Founded in 2011, the group quickly established itself as a band unafraid to compromise artistic credibility, in favor ofcommercialviability. A popular act amongst adolescents and college aged music listeners who tend to favor music that is pushed on them by institutions like MTV, VH1 and mainstream radio stations.
Kevin Hart is a stand-up comedian and actor from Philadelphia who spent most of the early 2000s playing small roles in movies before landing a gig with ABC as the executive producer and star of the television show The Big House. Though the show lasted only six episodes, he became widely recognizable after appearing in a series of eBay commercials in 2009. The same year, he starred in his first of several TV specials for Comedy Central and made his first guest appearance on Modern Family in 2011. Hart took home the coveted MVP trophy during the 2012 NBA Celebrity All-Star game and occasionally joins the cast of Chelsea Lately as a round table guest.
Kurt Weill's musical genius shines in this 1928 musical. Written by Bertolt Brecht with Weill's musical score, Threepenny Opera critiques capitalist society from a Marxist view point. As the political ties between the police and the underground beggars society get twisted, so does pure love. It begs the question: can love exist at all in our society? Featuring many beautiful and now famous songs, Threepenny Opera typically proves to be a pleasure to watch.