sunday, 14, 2002 

sunday, 14, 2002

If you want to chow down on some of the best food in the city and help out a worthy cause, you can taste plenty of it tonight at Taste of the Nation at the Adam s Mark Hotel, one of the biggest food events of the year, which benefits the Food Bank. Back at the Lounge, the Memphis Black Repertory Theatre opens its three-night production of Swinging & Singing, a cabaret-style show featuring music from the 50s to the 80s. And The Susan Marshall Band is at the Blue Monkey.

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