friday, 22 

friday, 22

Tonight s art openings are at Eclectic Eye for work by Jennifer Church; Jay Etkin Gallery for work by Marc Rouillard and Dale Dicker; and last but certainly not least, at Tsunami for Arkansas Delta artist Betsy Brackin. Tonight and tomorrow night at Zanzibar on South Main, A Taste of Nigeria features African art, music, food, and an exhibit by several Nigerian artists. Today kicks off the Indie Memphis Film Festival at Muvico Peabody Place Theaters, with Southern filmmakers, Southern experiences, and Southern actors. Classical guitarist Lilly Afshar is in concert tonight at Idlewild Presbyterian Church. The Promise Opera: The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Memphian John Baur opens tonight at Germantown Performing Arts Center.Fear Factor, Lamb of God, Children of Bodom, and Throwdown are at the New Daisy. DJ Mr. White is spreading the soul at Swig tonight. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.


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