saturday, 23 

saturday, 23

And there s yet more art. Tonight s one-night-only An Artist s Cornucopia of Fall Vegetables and Flowers at Jay Etkin Gallery features the works of New York artist Natasha Harsh, along with wine and hors d oeuvres by Scott Lenhart of Melange, Jimmy Ishii, and Valerie Bryant Morris; partial proceeds benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. And at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art tonight, there s a Holiday Barkitechture Bash featuring a preview of designer trees and Christmas, Chanukah, and Kwanza dÇcor, along with a tour of the galleries and an auction of very cool doghouses made by local architects. And speaking of pets, if you re a cat lover, today is day one of the two-day Memphis International Cat Enthusiasts Cat Show at the Pipkin Building at the Mid-South Fairgrounds, with more than 200 cats from around the country and Germany entered. This includes a photo contest for local household pet cats to be judged by Rocky the Redbird and Commercial Appeal pet columnist Cindy Wolff and admission proceeds benefit the Memphis Humane Society, Mewtopia, the Eastern Arkansas Humane Society, and Guardian Angel Pet Rescue (you can visit for more information.) The Memphis Grizzlies are playing Washington tonight at The Pyramid. Tonight at the Center for Southern Folklore it s Comedy Night with the much-loved WROB 103.5 dj s Mother Witt and PA Bomani. And the Mudflaps are at the Blue Monkey.


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