thursday, 29 

thursday, 29

Tonight, there s a reception at the newly converted PaperWorks Lofts on Front Street -- one of downtown s first renovated warehouses for residential living with wine, cheese, and a chance to meet the artists and designers commissioned to do the installations for the new lobby. Make it a night and have dinner at the new Gus s Fried Chicken just a few blocks down the street. There are a couple of art openings tonight: at David Lusk Gallery, for an exhibit of works by John Torina and the sale of Shrinky-Dink ornaments to benefit the Memphis YWCA Shelter for Abused Women; and at Memphis Botanic Garden, for works by the Memphis Ten. A Dream Play opens tonight at Rhodes College s McCoy Theatre. At Burke s Book Store, author Perre Magness and photographer Murray Riss will be signing copies of their new book, Elmwood 2002: In the Shadows of the Elms, which commemorates the 150th anniversary of Elmwood Cemetery. Big Bill Morganfield (son of the legendary Muddy Waters) is at B.B. King s tonight and tomorrow night. And the Ross Rice Band is at the Blue Monkey.

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