saturday, july 21st 

saturday, july 21st

One more art opening this evening: at Otherlands Coffee Bar, for paintings and drawings by Rick Ivy. If you want to have a big time and enjoy the best view of the Mississippi River in Memphis and help out a worthy cause, head down to the National Ornamental Metal Museum tonight for the Thirteenth Blues on the Bluff, a fund-raiser for WEVL-FM 90, featuring catfish, barbecue, other eats and drinks, and live music by the Reba Russell Band, Robert Wolfman Belfour, and Joyce Cobb & Cool Heat. Tonight s Funk Allstars Concert at the Mid-South Coliseum features SOS Band and Con Funk Shun, Lakeside, and Stax legends the Bar-Kays. At Black Lodge Video on Cooper tonight, there s a Joe Christ Retrospective, where the underground filmmaker will screen some of his works, including Acid Is Groovy Kill the Pigs and Speed Freaks with Guns. And today and tomorrow will find T.J. Mulligan s in Cordova transformed into a beach for the 3rd Annual Beach Reach for UCP, a fund-raiser for United Cerebral Palsy of the Mid- South. Seven truckloads of sand and a swimming pool will be hauled to the parking lot, where there will be a volleyball tournament, live auction, a men s and women s bikini contest, survivor games, and live music by Dust for Life, Rubber Soul, Chaser, Cherry Bomb, and the 5 that Framed O.J.


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