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.
There will be no Memphis Music Monday on April 6 due to a City of Memphis Holiday.
Outstanding work from outstanding local artists. A must see show.
Fish on Friday Public Cooking Class at L'Ecole Culinaire---Waffle Shop at Calvary Episcopal Church has been a downtown Lenten tradition since 1928. Chef Emmett Bell carried on his mother’s legacy of volunteering at Waffle Shop and became head chef at Calvary eight years ago. Learn to cook various fish to perfect doneness, match with complementing sauces, recreate the famous Fish Pudding recipe and taste yummy treats from the Dessert Room. Includes instruction, three course meal and wine.
$95 Friday, March 20; 6:00pm-9:00pm
Don't miss the 18th annual wild pigs poker run April 12, 2015 starts at 10am the side car restaurant on Whitten road Memphis
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I saw this exhibit last week and liked it very much. There were 3 notable portraits-Queen Elizabeth I when she was probably mid 30s, her father Henry VIII as a young man of maybe 20 or so, and his son, Edward, by Jane Seymour, as a toddler. There are some beautiful landscapes and portraits of some lesser known nobles.
While there I went to the greenhouse to see the amaryllis. So beautiful!
The picture accompanying this article is not from the Berger collection. It is from a local artist who had several pieces similar to this shown. I didn't care for it. Hated the ship hulls decoupaged with the Louis Vuitton logos.
This event has been cancelled and rescheduled for March 22, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
TONY FALASCA HELPS YOUR BUSINESS! HAS A REFERRAL CHAPTER HERE IN MEMPHIS THAT IS THE FIRST ONE IN THE MID-SOUTH! THE GROWTH OF SAID CHAPTER WILL BE THROUGH THE ROOF SO PLEASE TALK TO TONY AT 901-871-9291 MEMPHISREFERRALROCKERS@GMAIL.COM OR TONYFALASCA@GMAIL.COM
we can never say thank you enough to everyone who has/is working so hard for Midtown!
A fun event for a great cause. It's about time we begin to award those who have stood up for and invested in our beloved Midtown.
Great idea, I look forward to the event
The Dixon is my very favorite Memphis Art Gallery. They get some wonderful exhibits and I am looking forward to seeing this one! (they have beautiful gardens too.)
Memphis music - a dead guy (or two) and one gettin' mighty close. You do have to admire Jerry's longevity.
The House of Mtenzi is a museum of the history of Memphis Performing Arts. It also serves as a venue for up and coming performers.
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