friday, 31 

friday, 31

It s the last Friday of the month, which means it s time again for the South Main Trolley Art Tour, with free trolley rides up and down South Main and parties at the galleries and shops. There s a Halloween Extravaganza with a costume contest, music, and door prizes at CafÇ Zanzibar, and opening receptions in the district tonight include Durden Gallery for work by Deborah Worley and Kevin Mitchell, and at Jay Etkin Gallery for a show of photographs by Memphis attorney and all-round cool man about town Kemper Durand. There s also an opening tonight are at Perry Nicole Fine Art for work by Ginger Fox and Alonzo Davis. The Reba Russell Band is at Patrick s tonight and tomorrow night. The Oblivians Reunion Show is at the Hi-Tone. There s a Halloween Party featuring The Rhythm Hounds at the P&H. There s a Hip-Hop Halloween featuring Cherrywine and DJ Ermyias at Young Avenue Deli. There s a Halloween Animal House DVD-Release Toga Party featuring The Memphis Icebreakers at Newby s. As always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge tonight. And last but certainly not least, it s Opening Night of the Memphis Grizzlies 2003-2004 Season, as they take on Boston at The Pyramid.


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