saturday, 22 

saturday, 22

Lots to do today. Starting with this morning's William Edmondson Family Day, back at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, which features art-making and a gallery scavenger hunt of the exhibit "Stonework: William Edmondson." Later, there's an opening reception at Delta Axis Power House for "Family Business," photographs and videos by photographer Mitch Epstein. Acoustic folk music icons Martin Simpson and Jessica Radcliffe are at Otherlands Coffee Bar tonight. If you haven't checked out the new Cannon Center for the Performing Arts, tonight's Memphis Symphony Orchestra: Pops Series includes performances by Banu Gibson and The New Orleans Hot Jazz. If you feel like a little road trip, Birney Imes is at Square Books in Oxford at 5 p.m. today signing copies of his famous book, Juke Joint. Today's Race to Erase Racism at Audubon Park is hosted by the Bridge Builders of Central High School and designed to strengthen the gap between different ethnic groups. Today's Non-Profit Day has the Midtown Food Co-op and One Love Juice Bar celebrating the first weekend of spring with a day of information from non-profits throughout the store, along with live music by Snowglobe and local drummers. Scott Sudbury is at the Flying Saucer tonight. Sandra Bray is at French Quarter Suites. Parallel Parker is at the Full Moon Club. The Drive-By Truckers and The Possibilities are at Young Avenue Deli. Insite Promotions is having a Bring in Spring dance party tonight at Atlas inside Jillian's at Peabody Place with DJs Barry Iskiwitz and Dave Agape. And last but certainly not least, back at the Lounge tonight there's a show by none other than George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic. <

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