saturday, 23 

saturday, 23

Today s Black History Month Film Series feature at the National Civil Rights Museum is Amistad. The U of M Tigers are playing DePaul at The Pyramid. Tonight s Beale Street Zydeco Festival finds most of the clubs on Beale Street dishing up Louisiana bayou sounds. At The Peabody, tonight s Memphis Heart Gala features entertainment by Marvel Jones, Ruby Wilson, Gary Johns, and Joyce Cobb. The Red Party at Memphis Botanic Garden tonight is a Fabulous February Fantasy to benefit Hope House Day Care Center, which assists children living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. If you missed The Last Chance Jug Band at the Hi-Tone the other night, they are at Otherlands Coffee Bar tonight celebrating the release of David Evans new CD, Match Box Blues. Lucero and Burnside Exploration are at Young Avenue Deli. And last but certainly not least, the Indigo Girls are playing at the Lounge tonight in the Gibson Guitar Factory.


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