The To-Do List: Servers dish, Chucky plays and dancers honor Patsy Cline

By , Daily Memphian Updated: February 24, 2022 4:54 PM CT | Published: February 24, 2022 11:27 AM CT

This week, Memphis native filmmakers screen films on racism and civil rights. “Child’s Play” screens at Time Warp Drive-in. Luna Nova presents a free concert, and the Band CAMINO plays the Orpheum.


Crosstown Arts Crosstown Theater National Civil Rights Museum Orpheum Theatre Time Warp Malco Ballet Memphis Playhouse on the Square Black Lodge

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Bianca Phillips

Bianca Phillips

Bianca Phillips is a Northeast Arkansas native and longtime Memphian with two decades of experience in local journalism and public relations. She’s a diehard morning person who spends her free time training for marathons and ultras. And she’s the author of “Cookin Crunk: Eatin’ Vegan in the Dirty South.”

Elle Perry

Elle Perry

A native Memphian, Elle Perry has earned graduate degrees from the University of Memphis and Maryland Institute College of Art. She’s written for publications including the Memphis Business Journal, Memphis Flyer and High Ground News, and previously served as coordinator of The Teen Appeal.

Chris Herrington

Chris Herrington

Chris Herrington covers the Memphis Grizzlies and writes about Memphis culture, food, and civic life. He lives in the Vollintine-Evergreen neighborhood of Midtown with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.


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