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Memphis Black Restaurant Week Kicks off March 7th

Memphis Black Restaurant Week Kicks off March 7th

Visit the website for participating locations and specials.
This is the sixth year for Memphis Black Restaurant Week. The weeklong event encourages Black-owned businesses to offer dining deals that will bring in

Becca Hand’s “Queens” Showcases Paintings of Empowered Memphis Women

Becca Hand’s “Queens” Showcases Paintings of Empowered Memphis Women

The exhibit opens at Eclectic Eye on March 1st.
As February slides into March this week, Black History Month gives way to Women's History Month. What better way to celebrate than with a

Cazateatro Hosts Afro-Latino Week Online

Cazateatro Hosts Afro-Latino Week Online

The free virtual event, which combines music, dance, and more, runs February 24th through 28th.
Get ready for a culture fusion infusion as Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group brings an African and Latin blended experience during Afro-Latino Week. Cazateatro says,

POTS’ Virtual Production of “I Am My Own Wife” Opens Feb. 19th

POTS’ Virtual Production of “I Am My Own Wife” Opens Feb. 19th

The play is based on the true story of a real-life German trans woman, Charlotte von Mahlsdorf.
Playhouse on the Square continues its 52nd season with on-stage performances streamed right to your living room. "Offering productions in this new format gives

Stax Hosts Virtual Black History Month Celebration

Stax Hosts Virtual Black History Month Celebration

The performance event will feature R&B classics, original music from Stax Music Academy students, Civil Rights Movement music, and more.
Traditionally, the Stax Music Academy has hosted live, in-person performances in celebration of Black History Month. That's now history due to the COVID-19 pandemic

“Dis/contented Realities” Exhibition Opens at Urevbu Contemporary

“Dis/contented Realities” Exhibition Opens at Urevbu Contemporary

The venue, formerly Art Village Gallery, is debuting its first physical exhibition in time for Black History Month.
You may have heard that the pioneering and ambitious Art Village Gallery on South Main in Downtown Memphis has been renamed Urevbu Contemporary. After
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