sunday, 28 

sunday, 28

And yet one more art opening for the weekend. The Last Hoo Rah! at David Lusk Gallery is an exhibit of the final paintings and then some by beloved Memphis/Arkansas artist Mary Sims. The opening also features a holiday group show. One of my favorite writers in Memphis and an all-round nice lady, Judy Ringel, formerly with Memphis magazine, signs copies of her new book Children of Israel (a history of Memphis 150-year-old Temple Israel) today at Davis-Kidd Booksellers at 2 p.m. Later, The Hives are at the New Daisy.

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