friday, 18 

friday, 18

Tonight s art openings are at: Eclectic Eye for work by Bonnie Orange; Collector s Corner at Carrefour Center for digital photos by Fred Asbury; DCI Gallery for work by gallery artists; and the Art Museum at the U of M for work by Jean Flint. Jekyll and Hyde opens at Playhouse on the Square tonight. Today kicks off this weekend s Juneteenth Freedom & Heritage Festival at Douglass Park, a festival honoring African-Americans emancipation from slavery, with live music, horseback riding, and picnics. Robert Wolfman Belfour is at The Arcade tonight. The Distraxshuns are at Patrick s. The Joint Chiefs are at Murphy s. And as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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