friday, 26 

friday, 26

It s the last Friday of the month, which means it s time again for the South Main Trolley Art Tour. There are opening receptions at Jay Etkin Gallery for paintings by Glennray Tutor; and D Edge Art & Unique Treasures for work by George Hunt and Friends (live music by Robert Belfour). There s also the 3rd Annual Mpact Memphis/South Main Trolley Tour concert in the parking lot at Gestures, with live jazz by Kelley Hurt and the Chris Parker Trio. And there s an opening in the lobby of Playhouse on the Square for paintings by Angi Cooper. If you want to stick around POTS, it s opening night of Macbeth. And just around the corner at TheatreWorks, it s opening night of The Subject Was Roses the story of a teenager who enters WWII and coming out a mature man. Back at the Mid-South Fair, Loretta Lynn is in concert. Peter Guralnick will be signing copies of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues at Burke s Book Store from 5-7 p.m. Today kicks of this weekend s Gay Empowerment Festival at Club Zone, various events, special guest Olympic medalist Greg Louganis, with proceeds benefiting Meals on Wheels and Memphis Gay Youth. At the New Daisy, there s The North Mississippi All-Stars CD-Release Party. And, as always, the Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge. Whew.


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