There are no Orpheum movies this week but you can make the last Indie Memphis Midnight Matinee at Power House, 45 East G.E.Patterson, this Friday. The movie is "Tsotsi". Synopsis: "Tsotsi is the street name of a young Johannesburg delinquent who has taken to a life of crime in order to support himself. One evening, Tsotsi shoots a woman while stealing her car, and only later discovers that her infant son is in the back seat. As Tsotsi finally looks back at his own childhood, he tries to take care of the infant on his own." Free for Indie Memphis members, $5 for non members.
I mentioned earlier in the week that the South Main trolley tour is also this Friday. I keep missing the fire twirling/fire dancing/fire dervish/fire whatever girl and I hope I get to see her this week.
Pat Benatar and Blondie will be in concert this Saturday night at Mud Island Amphitheater, proving it's not over 'til it's over.
Continuing on with the CCC marker tour, today starts some exciting jaunts through the alleys of downtown. Some alleys are nice, like today's section of Center Lane, but others are not for the faint of heart, I can tell you. Alley marker #1: