saturday, 1 

saturday, 1

At the University of Memphis tonight, there's a performance of the play Love Letters, featuring television stars John Dye and Melissa Gilbert. Today's Stone Cold Picnic at Tom Lee Park is WLOK's annual family get- together,with music,food, stuff for the kids, and other entertainment. Dan McGuiness Pub in Peabody Place is airing the Republic of Ireland vs. The Netherlands World Cup Qualifier Soccer Match this morning at 9 a.m., the only place in town to do so, and they are offering a special Irish breakfast of Irish bacon, Scotch eggs, Irish sausage, fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, broiled tomatoes, and Irish toast. The pub will also air the England vs. Germany game at 12:30, and will be broadcasting English Premier League games every saturday and Sunday morning. The O'Jays, with special guests The Whispers. are at Sam's Town tonight. There's a Tucson Simpson CD Release Party at the Hi-Tone tonight. Those same DJs who crank out music on Monday nights at Melange are now there on Saturday nights as well. And don't forget abnout The Royal Pendletons at the Center For Southern Folklore. Really, go hear this band.


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