Memphis Downtowner March/April 2017 : Page 4

CITY BLOCKS courtesy Riverfront Development Corp. n The Memphis Riverfront Soccer Cup 2017 kicks into action in Tom Lee Park on Sundays, March 5–April 9, noon–till, featuring up to 16 coed teams with players age 18-plus, who play until the undefeated winner is crowned: Hitting the Streets … n Despite its name, Cafe 7/24 is not open 7/24; rather, the name pays homage to the birthdate of Charisse and Shan Gooden's mother, who the sisters wanted to honor after she passed away last year. The 2-story, 2-bar, shotgun restaurant occupies the former Rehab Disco space, serving Southern food in an upscale urban venue: 94 S. Front, 901-590-3360, n Amazeballs stuff! Walking Pants "curates wonderful for your creative home," with a mish-mash medley of Memphis-made, Memphis-inspired, and Memphis-available artistic delights. Further, 20% of every purchase supports child-abuse and human-trafficking prevention causes: 109 G.E. Patterson, 901-598-3447, n The Peddler Bike Shop, established in 1971, brings its team of cycling experts to the city, with five certified fit technicians and experienced service techs. From the simplest flat fix to suspension work and expert wheel building, this place can fix whatever ails your bike. It can fix you up with a new bike and new bike duds, too: 517 S. Main, 901-522-9757, n The South Main Market will open a three-story opportunity that includes an event space, office space, and food hall — an "indoor market" with local food vendors and artisans, as well as dining areas. The former home of Jay Etkin Gallery is a 41,000-square-foot historic building, listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. : 409 S. Main, 901-341-3838, n Inclined Christian Design, family-owned and family-operated, gives clients a different framing experience. Owner Eric Echols sees custom framing as an art form — and a ministry. "We look at our mission, our purpose, and we try our best to provide a lasting experience that you would want to share with others.": 510 S. Main, 901-596-5320, n Your Inner Yogi, a family initiative to plant seeds of yoga, nutritional awareness, and healthy eating habits in the community, moves into its own space, providing a judgment-free space where people can discover and explore their inner yogi: 10 N. Second, 470-344-YOGA, n The Orpheum Theatre’s 2017-2018 Broadway Season subscription series includes Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I, An American in Paris, Finding Neverland, The Color Purple, and Something Rotten! Season options include The Phantom of the Opera and Memphis’ most popular musical, Wicked. Current season ticket holders can renew now and will be first in line for tickets for Hamilton when renewing next year.. New season ticket packages go on sale April 3: 901-525-3000, 4 DOWNTOWNER MAGAZINE | MARCH/APRIL 2017 courtesy Orpheum Theatre

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