This is devilishly fantastic. See you guys at Overton Park tonight. There'd be whisky and oysters hallelujah!
Wait a minute, I thought this was about BVD's.
This workshop is no longer available.
This program will return in November. Please contact the Dixon at 901-761-5250 with any questions.
New Date: July 25, 2015
*****THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED*****
Please contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to rescheduling this event later in the year. In the meantime, don't miss your opportunity to experience the alchemy of top-drawer Brazilian choro! Get your tickets NOW for the Choro das 3 concert Friday, July 17 at the Buckman Performing Arts Center.
See http://www.westtnchoro.org/ for details.
Asian and Judaic.... It's like a Berkeley dating site.
The price here says $25. When you select purchase tickets it's $30.. ...
Rescheduled for June 11th.
Rescheduled for June 21st.
5-Day Retreat is impressive and well worth it! Tulky Yeshi is a Tibetan Buddhist Master, Poet, Artist, and Auther. Tulku Yeshi has written 10 books on philosophy, life, nature, joy and peace. He has received teachings from 40 masters, representing all five schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He advocates healing your mind and body and enjoying your life.
Come to Jesus!
Enjoyed looking at the cats, but too little space in the venue.
I thought this looked like an interesting event, so decided to try it out. WOW. This was a phenomenal show, jammed beginning to end with innovative, beautiful choreography, danced to near perfection, both tasteful and daring, and full of humor - just amazing. it won't be long before you can't get a seat to a Hot Foot Honeys concert unless you jump on it. Go see them this weekend if you can!
Wow! What an awesome cat! Is that a Maine Coon cat? Isn't that the very largest breeds of registered cats? So beautiful!
CORRECTION: Bluesday Tuesday actually begins on Tuesday, June 2, 2015.
Memphis Blues Society
Went three years ago and LOVED IT! one of the top bike events of the year in the Mid-south. Make sure you ride in!
This place isn't even open. Does not exist
I went on this... and it was a lot of fun. A unique way to have a long lunch! Some history, some 'what's new' info about chefs/restaurants/downtown, lots to eat, and fun people.
Great music. At one point they were playing a Neil Young song, and all of a sudden it was Pink Floyd. They got a request for a Lynard Skynard song and they played it... perfectly. A great band to see. If you ever get a chance to see them live, do so.
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