Adorable production. The father and daughter ave great chemistry and do an excellent job! Kudos to the director for managing so many children so very well.
im hittn it upppp!!!
One of my favorite places to eat downtown. The food is great, the service is quick and super polite, and the atmosphere is very nice. My first impression when I walked in was that this was going to be an expensive night. The prices are surprisingly reasonable for the excellent quality and amount of food.
The Old Settler was just what my Sunday afternoon needed!! I laughed and cried. Each character was convincing and poignant in their respective roles. Thank you for this wonderful work.
The Dixon offers guided tours with museum staff every Tuesday and Sunday at 2pm. You can also schedule a group tour or docent tour in advance.
A friend and I were strolling down main street trying to decide on a place to eat and saw this restaurant. We were so glad we decided to try it. The atmosphere was comfortable and classy and the food was beyond reproach! The service was excelent. We have been back one other time and were rewarded with the same wonderful food and service. This is a favorite of ours and we will enjoy going back.
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Hours of operation are from 12 noon till midnite.
This theatre is in east/north east Memphis in West Tennesse (and not Collierville)
I laughed, cried, and even song throughout this heart felt play. It was so good, I went to see it again!
Enlighting, comical and spiritual. An explosive insight into the struggles in and out of prision for a family.
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers, Bruce VanWyngarden, Jackson Baker and John Branston
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