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ALL NEW LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Happy

Hour!

2-for-1 EVERYTHING* Tuesday-Friday from 4:00-7:00 (*excludes food and specialty drinks)

Wednesday November 20th

BIG EASY THREE (Genre) 6:30, No Cover

Thursday November 21st

BOOKER WALKER (Blues) 8:00, No Cover

Friday November 22nd

CHRIS GILL & THE SOLE SHAKERS

(R&B/Funk) 9:00, $10 Cover

Saturday November 23rd

TOMMY MALONE (Jazz) 9:00, $10 Cover

November 20 - 26, 2013

Tuesday November 26th

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HOWARD JONES QUARTET (Jazz) 6:30, No Cover

PLATTERS STARTING AT $10 WEDNESDAY

11/20

LADIES NIGHT Ladies 1/2 off 5-9 Ladies Drink Free 9 pm - until Dj Young Venom 10pm until

THURSDAY

11/21

$4 APPETIZERS • 5 -9PM 2 FOR 1 DRAFT

FRIDAY

11/22

WATER LIARS w/ Swamp Babies

SATURDAY

11/23

MONDAY

11/25

ZOOGMA

Scandal Wine Glass Paint Party Nov. 22, 7-9 p.m., at Studio AMN & Designs Art Gallery (5846 Ridgewood Road, Suite C-212). Fans of ABC’s “Scandal” enjoy painting Olivia Popeinspired wine glasses. Limit of 25 guests; RSVP. $15 per glass; call 769-218-8165.

Mississippi Academy of Ancient Music’s Early Music Concert Series Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m., at St. Peter’s Catholic Cathedral (123 N. West St.). Organist David Yearsley performs music from the Dresden organ contests in the 17th and 18th centuries. $15, $5 students, $125 season tickets; call 601-594-5584; email info@ancientmusic.org; ancientmusic.org.

“Something Beautiful” Painting Class Nov. 23, 7-9 p.m., at Easely Amused (7048 Old Canton Road, Suite 1002, Ridgeland). Henry Muse is the instructor. Registration required; space limited. $30; call 601-707-5854; email paint@ easelyamused.com; easelyamused.com.

Bachtoberfest Nov. 23, 4 p.m., at Trinity Episcopal Church, Hattiesburg (509 W. Pine St., Hattiesburg). The Meistersingers perform selections from Bach, and a beer and bratwurst dinner follows. $30; call 601-466-5462; hccca.org. Judy Dunaway Nov. 23, 6:30 p.m., at Millsaps College, Ford Academic Complex (1701 N. State St.). The McComb native and composer performs with latex balloons. Free; call jdunaway@ wesleyan.edu. “Pops I: The Streisand Songbook” Nov. 23, 7:30 p.m., at Thalia Mara Hall (255 E. Pascagoula St.). The Mississippi Symphony Orchestra’s performance features cabaret singer Ann Hampton Callaway performing some of Barbara Streisand’s hits. $15 and up; call 601960-1565; msorchestra.com.

OPEN MIC/ TALENT

Capital City Throwdown Nov. 23, 8 p.m., at Central City Complex (609 W. Woodrow Wilson Ave.). Performers include Floyd Taylor, Vick Allen, J Won, J.J. Thames and Terrell Moses. Doors open at 7 p.m. $20; call 800-745-3000.

Local bands tryout for gigs On stage w/ pro sound & lights Both bars open

Jamey Johnson Nov. 23, 10 p.m., at Club Magoo’s (824 S. State St.). The country singersongwriter from Alabama is known for the hit single “The Dollar.” Doors open at 9 p.m. $35; call 800--745-3000.

SEARCH NIGHT

1.50 Pick & Grab Beers & 2 for 1 draft TUESDAY

11/26

SHRIMP BOIL 5 - 10 PM

MATT’S KARAOKE 5 - 9 & 10 - close

$1 PBR & HIGHLIFE $2 MARGARITAS 10 - 12pm

UPCOMING SHOWS 11.27: Thanksgiving Jam with Cardinal Sons & Rooster Blues 12.6: Flowtribe 12.7: Diarrhea Planet 12.14: Good Enough For Good Times 12.20: Up Until Now 12.25: Martins Annual Christmas Jam with Cedric Burnside Project SEE OUR NEW MENU

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ton Road). The Jackson Choral Society performs the music of Britten, Byrd, Tallis, Handel and Vaughan Williams, and folk songs from the British Isles. $10, $8 seniors and students; call 601927-9604; email jacksonchoralsociety@gmail. com; jacksonchoralsociety.org.

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Literary and Signings Applause! Writers Series Nov. 21, noon-1 p.m., at Willie Morris Library (4912 Old Canton Road). The speaker is editorial cartoonist Marshall Ramsey, who discusses his new children’s book, “Banjo’s Dream.” Free admission, $18.95 book; call 601-968-5811. Writers Live! Nov. 21, noon, at Eudora Welty Library (300 N. State St.). Dr. Robert M. Shows discusses his book, “A Sentence of Death: Words That Killed A President.” Free; call 601968-5811; robertmshows.com.

Creative Classes Events at Purple Word Center for Book and Paper Arts (140 Wesley Ave.). • Liporello Book Workshop Nov. 22, 11 a.m. Artist Lindsey Landfried facilitates the bookmaking class. Materials included. Free; email lindsey.landfried@gmail.com; lindseylandfried.com. • “Multiple Memories”: Contemporary Relief Printing through Linocut Nov. 22, 1-4 p.m. Jonathan D. Metzger is the instructor. Learn to make a piece based on memories of or experiences in Jackson in the printmaking class. Registration required. $50, $45 members; email info@purpleword.org; purpleword.org. Art Junction (Grades 1-5) Nov. 21, 4-5 p.m., at Ridgeland Public Library (397 Highway 51, Ridgeland). Participants create a different project each month. Meets on third Thursdays. Free; call 601-856-4536; mcls.ms.

Hoot and Holler Day Camp Nov. 26, 10 a.m.2 p.m., at Mississippi Museum of Art (380 S. Lamar St.). Children ages 5-8 explore the museum’s galleries and participate in hands-on activities. Registration includes supplies and a snack. Bring lunch or purchase from the Palette Cafe for $7. $45 per child; call 601-960-1515; email cpeaster@msmuseumart.org; msmuseumart.org. Bob Ross Painting Classes Saturdays, 3-7 p.m. through Dec. 14, at Hobby Lobby (200 Ridge Way, Flowood). Bob Ross certified landscape, floral, and wildlife art instructor Michael Hughes offers the class. Sessions also available on color theory and composition. Limit of six to nine students per class. Registration required. $60 landscape and floral, $75 wildlife, $20 supply rental; call 601214-5268; email mlhughes0550@gmail.com.

Exhibits and Openings Events at Tougaloo College (500 W. County Line Road, Tougaloo), in the Bennie G. Thompson Center. Free; call 601-977-7743; email jgilbert@ tougaloo.edu. • “Stirring” Printmakers Exhibit through Nov. 30. See works from Rabea Ballin, Delta Martin, Ann Johnson and Lovie Olivia. The works explore dialogues about hair, domestics, slavery and Afro futurism. • Africa and Oceania Treasures: The Genevieve McMillan Collection. The exhibit contains ancient tribal artifacts. Scheduled tours available. Jackson Art Movement’s “Composition” Art Show Nov. 21, 7-9 p.m., at Jackson Academy Performing Arts Center (4908 Ridgewood Road). Exhibitors include Kathryn Wiggins, Allison Jeffries, Sarah Grafton, Clara Bradford, Jacob Rowan, Samara Thomas, Kateri Tolo and Garrett Nasrallah. Free; call 364-5416; email jacksonartmovement@gmail.com; follow @JaxArtMovement on Twitter.

Be the Change 12Ks for the Holidays Nov. 23, 7:30 a.m., at Fondren. The event includes a 12K run, a 5K walk and run, and a one-mile kids’ fun run. Holiday costumes welcome. Proceeds benefit the Good Samaritan Center. $35 through Nov. 9, $40 after, $45 day of race, free fun run; call 601355-6276; christmas12k.com. Books for Tots Campaign through Dec. 13, at Jackson/Hinds Library System. Donate new, unwrapped books at any JHLS branch. Monetary donations also accepted. Free; call 601-968-5810 or 601-968-5807; email purr@jhlibrary.com or cmoman@jhlibrary.com; jhlibrary.com.

Check jfpevents.com for updates and more listings. To add an event, email all details (phone number, start and end date, time, street address, cost, URL, etc.) to events@jacksonfreepress.com or fax to 601-510-9019. The deadline is noon the Thursday prior to the week of publication. Or add the event online yourself; check out jfpevents.com for instructions.

v12n11 - Fewer Meals This Season? Plus Holiday Food  

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v12n11 - Fewer Meals This Season? Plus Holiday Food  

City Crime: It's Complicated p 8 - 9 Hitched: All That Sparkles p 25 Cardinal Sons Win Big p 35