saturday, 19 

saturday, 19

And here's yet one more art opening, at Memphis College of Art for "Shadows and Silhouettes," a New Visions Series exhibit of works by Willie Cole and Juan Logan, preceded by a lecture at 3 p.m. at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. IRIS: The Orchestra is playing tonight at Germantown Performing Arts Centtre with special guest violinist Kyoto Takezawa. The Grizzlies are back at it tonight playing Orlando at The Pyramid. The Reba Russell Band is playing at the Lounge tonight. DJ B. Iskiwitz is at the M Bar at Melange. The Hollywood All-Stars are always a good bet at Wild Bill's. And if you're out late and want the best cheeseburger or chickenwings you've ever tasted,stop by the Orchid Club and see Ms. Sadie Ware, all the while dancing to the R&B tunes cranked out by DJ Womack. Kitchen open real late

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