friday, 19 

friday, 19

Tonight s art openings are at: Second Floor Contemporary Gallery for work by Ann Tsantir; Delta Axis at Marshall Arts for an exhibit of performance art and documentations of performance art from around the country; FRONTspace on Marshall for work by Charles Bopp; Durden Gallery for paintings by L. Gordon; DCI Gallery for work by Mike Klung; and if you feel like a little drive down to Oxford, there s an opening reception at Southside Gallery for paintings by Stephanie Eggleston Harrover and Cedric Smith and photography by Jack Spence. It s opening night of Tennessee Williams classic A Streetcar Named Desire at Theatre Memphis. At the Hi-Tone tonight 2 Chicks & A Broom present V-Night Benefit featuring The Dearest Darlins, Bella Sun, Mad Happy, and DJ Saturna. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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