friday, 26 

friday, 26

Lots of art openings tonight, starting with the South Main Trolley Art Tour, with free trolley rides to some 26 galleries and shops. Opening receptions in the district are at Carnevale for works by Ruth Williams and at Durden Gallery for works by California artist Claudia True. Other receptions are at Rhodes College s Clough-Hanson Gallery for the Rhodes Senior Thesis Show; Art Farm Gallery (closing reception) for Nature, the Arts, Sports, and The Study of Human Form by Andrea Zucker (proceeds benefit Race for the Cure); and Buckman Performing and Fine Arts Center (another closing reception) for Same Origins, Different Jouneys, works by Katie Dann, Nancy Muse, and Liz Turner. If you re in the mood for a little road trip, you might want to head over to Helena for the Wild Hog Music Fest and Motorcycle Rally, with a bike parade, live music, a keg roll, and a burnout contest. Down in Tunica, Lou Rawls is at the Gold Strike Casino, while Teddy Pendergrass is at Sam s Town. And here at home, FreeWorld with Parallel Parker are at the Full Moon Club above Zinnie s East; The Chris Scott Band, as always, is at Poplar Lounge; and at the newly renovated and under-new-ownership Hi-Tone, it s none other than The Dead Kennedys.
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