saturday, 27 

saturday, 27

If you have kiddies or are just a big kid yourself, don't miss today's Dr. Seuss Family Day at The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, which includes a preview of "The Art of Dr. Seuss." Tonight's Red Hot & Blue by Ballet Memphis at The Orpheum is a performance of their version of Dracula, Karl Condon's Kindling, and Trey McIntyre's High Lonesome. For those who agree that bombing Afghanistan is not the answer to the world's woes right now,there's a Voices of Peace Concert at Overton Park Shell,hosted by the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center; features live music by Delta Grass, Phil & T, Native Son, the Green Bings, and Mark Allen, along with speakers and children's activities. Every Mother's Nightmare is at the Hard Rock tonight. Papa Top's West Coast Turnaround is at the P&H. And if you want to go to a party unlike any other Memphis has seen, the good folks who have been bringing you Melange Mondays are hosting a real bash tonight at River Terrace on Mud Island -- ORANGE, which features garage and deep house music by DJs Sean OD, Richard Stylus, B. Iskiwitz, Brian Analog, and Toronto's Dino and Terry. There are dance floors and full bars indoors and on the rooftop, both overlooking the Mississippi River, along with sushi barges and a few other surprises. You may purchase tickets in advance by calling 624-7181. Get them on the web at or pay at the door.


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