For this weekend's cheapest must-dos, I'll have to refer you to two of my colleagues:
As Chris Herrington reports for Sing All Kinds, there'll be a free screening of Stingray Sam, a favorite from the 2009 Indie Memphis Film Festival, at tonight's South Main Trolley Tour. Add to that the also-free art, music, and hors d'oeuvres that make up the monthly tour, and you've got a great night on your hands.
And tomorrow, India Fest 2010 takes over the Agricenter for a day filled with food, music, and cultural activities. While most of us, myself included, will be there merely soaking in the atmosphere (and yummy treats), our own Hannah Sayle will take it one step further. She'll be live blogging for Hungry Memphis all day, letting you in on the best and the most outrageous of the day's cuisine.
The best part? Admission to India Fest is just $2 for adults, $1 for kids age 5 and up. Anyone younger than 5 gets in free, and the event promises to be kid-friendly as well as delicious.