wednesday, 24 

wednesday, 24

Memphian and world-renowned sax legend Kirk Whalum is the featured guest at today's "Calvary and the Arts" concert and luncheon at Calvary Episcopal Church. And at the Lounge in the Gibson Guitar Factory tonight, there's a concert/discussion in the round by The Memphis Troubadours, featuring Bumbercrop, Native Son, and Jason Freeman. And there you have it. As always, I really don't care what you do this week, because I don't even know you, and unless you can make the new season of Six Feet Under hurry up and get on the air so I'll have something to look forward to each week, I'm sure I donÂt want to meet you. Besides, it's time for me to stop all this and go find out more about the four-legged woman in Florida who is opening a dance studio.

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