Lots of art openings tonight. They are at: Christian Brothers University, for an exhibit by Brother Joseph McNally; Memphis College of Art, for a show by Ke Francis, Michael Hannon, and William Wiley; Rhodes College s Clough-Hanson Gallery, for Almost Giddy, and during tonight s last-Friday-of-the-month South Main Trolley Art Tour, there are openings at Carnevale, for a show of works by David Nester; and at Mariposa Artspace, for the Waning series by Andie Hathcote-Cronshey. While you re on the South Main tour, be sure to check out Party at The Lofts, an open house in the new Henry Turley res i den tial/commercial development in the renovat ed Orgill Brothers Warehouse at 505 Tennessee Street. Hosted in conjunction with Carpenter/Sullivan Advertising, whose new space will be open on the ground floor, the party includes cocktails, hors d oeuvres, tours of the furnished model loft apartments, and sunset on the rooftop patio/deck. The Memphis Vocal Arts Ensemble begins its season tonight at the Buckman Performing Arts Center with Broadway and Beyond: Lost in the 60s. Down in Tunica, Smokey Robinson is at Sam s Town. And here at home, the Sallymacs and Will Kimbrough are at the Hi-Tone; Papa Grows Funk is at Young Avenue Deli; King Konga and Charlie Mars are at Newby s; the Gary Johns Trio is at Automatic Slim s; and Reba Russell is at Patrick s.