sunday, 2 

sunday, 2

Today s Annual Fort Pickering Reunion in DeSoto Park, down near the National Ornamental Metal Museum, features food, live music, and a Civil War battle reenactment. African-American designers and retailers will strut their stuff at tonight s Black Designer & Retailer Fashion Gala at the Holiday Inn on Democrat Road; the night also includes performances by jazz saxophonist Mark Baker and BET comedian Funny Man escott. It s Nancy Apple Songwriters Night at the Pig on Beale. And the ever-lovely Di Anne Price is at the Blue Monkey.

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