New movies: Five new movies open in Knoxville today: the based- on-a-true-story drama "Captain Phillips"; economy-gap documentary "Inequality for All"; campy indie "Machete Kills"; teen romance "Romeo & Juliet"; and horror thriller "We Are What We Are." Check out www.knoxville.com for movie reviews and showtimes.
Halloween guide: Get a jump on the spooky season with a comprehensive guide to haunted trails, corn mazes, trunk or treats and more in today's print Knoxville.com entertainment guide. Events are also viewable at www.knoxville.com.
Foothills Fall Festival: Head over to Maryville today for the city's popular Foothills Fall Festival, taking place today-Sunday. Art, food, kids' activities, music and more will abound. Concerts today include Blues Traveler, K-town's the Black Lillies and Hillbilly Jedi. More info: www.foothillsfallfestival.com.
Small business training: The Tennessee Small Business Development Center is hosting an introduction to the QuickBooks software at 17 Market Square from 8:30 a.m.-noon. Fee is $95, registration at 865- 539-7167.
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