friday, 28 

friday, 28

It s the last Friday of the month, which means it s time again for the South Main Art Trolley Tour, with free trolley rides to the district s numerous galleries and shops. In the neighborhood tonight there s a Grand Opening/Opening Reception at Then & Again, featuring the shop s vintage accessories as well as mixed-media work by Angi Cooper; and there s a sale of half-price work by Dave and Carolyn Hinske at Durden Gallery. Elsewhere about town, there are openings at DCI Gallery for work by Janet Weed Beaver and at Painted Planet Artspace for work by Greg Bowden. Humble Boy opens at Playhouse on the Square tonight. And down on Beale Street, Venus Mission is at Club 152. -- Tim Sampson

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