friday, 14 

friday, 14

Neil Simon s The Dinner Party opens at Playhouse on the Square tonight. There s an opening reception for Planet Blue, works by Stephen Hudson, Carol Robison, and Brent Harding at Painted Planet Artspace inside Strings & Things. Tonight s GPAC Acoustic Crossroads Series guest is singer-songwriter Leo Kottke, at Germantown Performing Arts Center. And last but certainly not least, let s not forget that the Benny Hinn Ministries Miracle Healing Crusade is in town at the Mid-South Coliseum and you might just get to see a pair of Siamese twins miraculously part ways. I may go see if they can grow hair.

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