friday, 28 

friday, 28

It s the last Friday of the month, which means all of the South Main Arts District s galleries and shops will be open late for the South Main Trolley Art Tour with free trolley rides. Openings in the area include those at Durden Gallery for work by Streater Spencer; 544 S. Main for work by John Robinette; Jay Etkin Galleryfor An Evening of Improvisation, with musicians and dancers from Breeding Ground; and at Butler Street Bazaar, where there will be two shows a closing reception (but with new art work) for It s Okay toi be a gypsy, with work by eight artists, and It s Not What it Seams, a Midtown Food Co-op fund-raiser that includes a fashion show by Jessica Sumner, Jessica Buttermore, and Rough Cut, along with music by DJs Ivan Lablanco and Lawrence Cadassio and live music by Snowgloble, Amanda Lefevre, and Augustine. The Memphis Redbirds kick off their four-game run against Albuquerque tonight at AutoZone Park. Bob & Susan Salley are at Kudzu s tonight. DJ Mr. White has some surprises in store in the M Bar at Melange. As always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge. And one of the best shows in town tonight is The Sophisticats and The Sophistikittens at the Blue Monkey Midtown, where the New Orleans Bump, Grind, and Go-go band will crank out their 50s and 60s-era rock-and-roll dance music before heading off to Riverfest the next night in Little Rock.


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