friday, 22 

friday, 22

On stage tonight, Looking for Normal opens at Circuit Playhouse. The new Wonders Series exhibit "The Art of the Motorcycle" opens today at The Pyramid and features a collection of motorcycles from the past 125 years. There's both a children's show and adults' show tonight at First Congregational Church by Luv Clowns, featuring Harlan T. Bobo, Tim Prudhommme, Alex Greene, and Jonathan Kirkscey. The Cultural Development Foundation of Memphis presents a performance by Ballet Hispanico tonight at the Cannon Center. Tonight's The Art of Good Taste "Brooks Uncorked" fund-raiser at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art features a silent auction, dancing, and a sampling of 40 wines from around the world. Eric Hughes is playing tonight at Rum Boogie CafÇ, followed by James Govan & The Boogie Blues Band. And there's a Yes, No, Maybe CD-Release Party tonight at Newby's.

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