I always look forward to 103.5’s Peace and Freedom Weekend. Not because I work there, it’s always a great weekend of entertainment and education.
It was all comedy and laughs at Sam’s Town Casino last Friday (Jan. 13) night with the “Mo Funny for your Money Comedy Show.” Featuring comedians Pierre, Joe Clair, Special K and more, the show was definitely worth the money. I even got a chance to sit down and talk to Pierre. That interview will be forthcoming, so be on the lookout.
The following night was all about the Blues as Sir Charles Jones and Bobby Rush took the stage to deliver their unique brands of the blues to a sold out house.
After resting on Sunday, there was the 103.5 full broadcast at the National Civil Rights Museum. Hundreds, maybe thousands, showed up to not only remember the sacrifices Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made for us, but to also learn more about the struggles of the civil rights movement.
Here’s a little note to remember: the National Civil Rights Museum is actually open every day of the week except for Tuesday. You don’t actually have to wait until Dr. King’s birthday to pay them a visit. They have great things happening over there all the time. But if you never keep up with them, you’ll never know, right?
One more note: Dr. King did not fight for equality only on his birthday. He did it every day until he died, which leads me to my point. You don’t have to wait until one day of the year to stand up for what’s right. You don’t have to wait until once a year to be aware of what Dr. King stood for. You can live the dream every day.
So what are you waiting for?
‘Someday’ by Jae Henderson
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What’s Happening Wednesday returns!
OK, I am really excited about what’s about to take place. Starting Feb. 8, join me each and every Wednesday night from 7 until 10 at Cotton Bowl Lanes at 9091 Highway 51 North Stateline Rd. in Southaven for the all new “What’s Happening Wednesdays!” Free admission! Great food! $1 Cosmic Bowling and $5 drink specials til closing. Enjoy Karaoke hosted by me, Myron Mays, & you can even bring the kids. Let em bowl! For more information, visit whatshappeningmyron.com. This is gonna be a whole lot of fun!
Thursdays at the Bartlett Comedy Spot
Funnyman Prescott hosts “Karaoke Thursdays” each and every Thursday at the Bartlett Comedy Spot. Admission is free all night. There will be $1 drinks and happy hour prices until 8 p.m.
Also, calling all poets and comedians! Hit the stage this and every Sunday night at the Bartlett Comedy Spot. Admission is free before 8 p.m., when the show starts. Stormy is your host. If you like “Def Poetry Jam” and comedy you will enjoy Open Mic Sunday. You can get at Prescott on Facebook for more information about the Bartlett Comedy Spot.
‘Love Thang’ with Karen Brown
My good friend Karen Brown is at it again! And this time, it’s a “Love Thang!” Check her out on February 12 at the Rumba Room located at 303 South Main at Pontotoc in Downtown Memphis. Tickets are on sale now and are $15 in advance. For more information, call 901-573-6092.