friday, 30 

friday, 30

Just a couple of art openings tonight. They are at Midtown Galleries on Central for clay work by Hendren Silcox and photographs by Nancy Bickerest; and at Memphis College of Art for a faculty exhibition. On stage, it s opening night at Playhouse on the Square of The Philadelphia Story>, the hilarious comedy set in 1939 that finds a journalist covering the wedding of a feisty socialite. And at Sleeping Cat Studio, it s opening night of Full Gallop, a story about the ups and downs of fashion queen Diana Vreeland. The Memphis Grizzlies play Sacramento tonight at The Pyramid. The Dingo Entertainment Battle of the Bands is at the New Daisy tonight and tomorrow night. The Distraxshuns are at Patrick s tonight and tomorrow night. Cowboy Mouth is at Newby s. At the Hi-Tone, there s a wild, wild show by Fat Possum Juke Joint Caravan, T-Model Ford & Spam, Kenny Brown and Cedric Burnside, and Paul Wine Jones. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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