saturday, 1 

saturday, 1

Jazz artist Rachelle Ferrell is singing in the Handy Park Pavilion tonight to start the week leading to the Tyson-Lewis fight. At First Congregational Church in Cooper-Young, today s free Congo Fest 02 features a bike parade, a bike bazaar, jugglers, and the grand opening of the Global Goods fair-trade store. If you want to see some of Memphis nicest gardensin one of its most beautiful neighborhoods, today sHarbor Town Garden Tour takes you through six gardens. Wild and wacky rockabilly stars The Dempseys are at the Flying Saucer tonight. Clankey s Nub is at the P&H. And The Bluff City Backsliders are at Young Avenue Deli.

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