sunday, 10 

sunday, 10

There's a big bash at 2 p.m. today to celebrate Huey's 35th Anniversary, a milestone for the toothpick-ceilinged burger palace and spirits joint, with live music by the Radio Kings, the Bel Airs, Anson & the Rockets, and some other bands. It all takes place at Huey's Midtown. The Grizzlies are back at it again tonight playing Charlotte. There's a cool Gospel Brunch at the Brooks today, with the New Olivet Baptist Choir and Southern cuisine by the Brushmark. On each second Sunday of the month, there's Sunday on South Main, a mini-festival in the South Main Arts District with gallery events, music, and brunches in the area's restaurants. At Durden Gallery just a block over on South Front, there's an opening for watercolors by Laurin McCracken. There's a Memphis Blues Society Acoustic Jam from 5 to 9 p.m. at Sleep Out Louie's. And the fabulous Susan Marshall is at the Blue Monkey Midtown.

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