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Week in Review: November 5th, 2022

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Good morning, everyone.

The big thing on The Pamphleteer's docket this coming week is the right-to-work debate we're live-streaming on Monday between Aaron Spradlin and Gary Humble. If you're interested in tuning in, you can register here.


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Will be live-streamed Monday, November 7th at 3 PM CST (More Info)


Monday, No. 367: Halloween Ends Megan previews the gubernatorial race on this year's ballot. Jerod and Tyler each offer their perspective on the latest addition to the Halloween movie franchise.

Tuesday, No. 368: Spinning Yarn Davis tells the tale of an epic ratio. Check out our voter guide before Megan gets us ready for tonight's Metro Council meeting. Geneva DeCobert takes a tour of East Tennessee Barbecue.

Wednesday, No. 369: Stupidity or Malice? Davis puts the screws on The Tennessee Holler's Justin Kanew. Megan reviews last night's Metro Council meeting. We learn that most of the country's graveyards are in Tennessee and Jerod reviews the newest Thor.

Thursday, No. 370: Nothing Less Than Democracy Itself Davis talks about voting in elections. Megan looks at the voting issues that cropped up Tuesday in Davidson County. Geneva DeCobert gets autistic about coffee and what words like Arabica mean. Our weekly film rundown if you're trying to get out and see a flick.

Friday, No. 371: The Straight Skinny Davis gives it to you straight on crime. Megan looks back on early voting turnout here in Davidson County. H.D. Miller lets his gluttony guide him and Mike Wolf serves up another cocktail.


You can view our full calendar here.

🍺 The Pamphleteer hosts Bar Hours on the third Thursday of every month (the next meeting is this Thursday, November 18th) at Lucky's 3 Star Bar from 6-8 PM.

👨🏻‍🌾 Check out the Pamphleteer farmer's market guide.

🎧 Listen to the Pamphleteer's Picks on Spotify, the playlist of our favorite music in town each week.


🏎 Cars & Coffee @ Nashville Super Speedway, 6a, Free, Info

🍻 Fawkestober Fest @ Black Abbey Brewery, 2p, Free, Info

🤼‍♂️ Birthday Beatdown @ No Quarter, 2p, Free, Info
+ Dress like a wrestler for this block party

🏎 Drag Race @ Music City Raceway, 3p, $12, Info

🍀 Live Irish Music @ McNamara’s Irish Pub, 6p, Free, Info

🎙 Gram Parsons Birthday Bash @ Dee's Lounge, 6p, $5, Info

💀 Tennessee Dead @ 5 Spot, 6p, $10, Info

🎸 Kelly’s Heroes @ Robert’s Western World, 6:30p, Free, Info

🎸 Southern Culture on the Skids @ Exit/In, 7p, $26, Info

🎻 Beethoven & Sibelius @ Schermerhorn, 8p, $25, Info

💥 Ceremony @ The Blue Room, 8p, $16, Info

🕺 Funky Good Time @ The 5 Spot, 9p, $10, Info


🎻 Bluegrass Brunch @ Von Elrod's, 10a, Info

🎅🏽  Santa's Ice Cold Pickers @ Santa's Pub, 7p, Free, No Info‌‌

🎻 Old Time Jam @ Dee's Lounge, 7:30p, Free, Info


Lauter at Southern Grist
H.D. Miller lets his gluttony guide him
Coffee, Deconstructed
What does Fair Trade Arabica Medium Roast even mean?
Review: Thor: Love and Thunder
The Norse God’s latest romp defies Marvel’s recent lapses in quality control despite empty gestures toward representation.
East Tennessee’s Barbecue
Where It’s Been and Where It’s Going
Halloween Ends and Our Postcultural American Moment
The alleged final chapter of the legendary slasher franchise takes aim at insularity and blind allegiance. That’s why it’s divided critics and fans.
Halloween FINALLY Ends
Yet Audiences Reject Meaning For Gore