saturday, 20 

saturday, 20

There s one more art opening this week; it s for the premier exhibit of the South Main Arts District s newest gallery, Universal Art Gallery. The show is Contemporary Masters, works by Johnice Parker, William Rasdell, and Arnold Thompson. The Memphis Redbirds play New Oleans tonight and play each day through Tuesday. There s a Cooper-Young Spring Fling today at First Congregational Church, with live music, a plant swap, and other activities. If you want to hang around a while, there s Art To Dine For at Tsunami, a fund-raiser for the Memphis Arts Festival. Earth Day Birthday at the Shell in Overton Park today and tomorrow features live music, guided hikes through the Old Forest, tai chi and falun gong deonstrations, and more. Tonight s annual Architects Midtown Rhythm & Blues Party at Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects features food, cocktails, and live music by Crash Into June, Papa Top s West Coast Turnaround, Billy Gibson & Pat Fusco, and Ashley Wieronski. There s the first annual Oyster Festival hosted by Dan McGuinness Pub in the parking lot across the street from the bar, with lots of oysters and live music by the Cooleys and the Sally Macs. And David Zollo is at the Hi-Tone.

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