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friday, 28

friday, 28


It s the last Friday of the month, which means it s South Main Trolley Art Tour night, with free trolley (or small buses, until the trolley cars are back at it) rides to all of the South Main Arts District s numerous galleries and shops. During tonight s tour, the South Main Arts Festival Kick-Off Party and Poster Unveiling is at 6:30 p.m. on the National Civil Rights Museum s new promenade (rain location, Tonic), with live music, the unveiling of the festival poster, drinks, hors d oeuvres, and more. Other opening receptions tonight are at: Hnedak Bobo Group for the MACA 26th Annual Juried Show and Sale; Durden Gallery for Active Exteriors, work By Brad Troxell; 645 Landis Street for oil paintings and collages by Gabe Kudela of The Gabe & Amy Show; and at Second Floor Contemporary for Musings, sketches by some nine artists. At Memphis Brooks Museum of Art tonight, Brooks Uncorked is one of several events in the museum s Art of Good Taste: A Season of Wine, Art, and Lifestyle, and features an auction, music, food, and wine. Opening on stage tonight at TheatreWorks is the Emerald Theatre Company s production of Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, the story of a bunch of wonderfully nutty people obsessed with James Dean. In Tunica, The Isley Brothers are at Sam s Town Casino tonight. And here at home, The Subteens are playing at Elvis Presley s Memphis; and the Detroit Cobras and The Reigning Sound are at the Hi-Tone.

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