Tuesday update

One thing I have discovered while working in Brinkley Plaza is that there’s a fine art photography gallery called Kandy Gallery on the lower level. The images are really beautiful outdoor scenes, retouched and lit from behind for effect. They are the work of photographer Neil Dankoff. Check out the gallery sometime if you’re into photography. This is the third Kandy Gallery to open. There are also galleries in Montreal and Toronto, with a fourth soon to open in Dallas.

Bardog Tavern is looking to hire a delivery driver. Driver must have transportation with current registration and valid insurance, and must have open availability.

LGBTQ-friendly nightclub Atomic Rose raised $2200 for Friends for Life on its opening weekend. Friends for Life is a Memphis nonprofit that provides support to those with HIV/AIDS as well as their caregivers.

Memphis 901 FC will hold family day on Beale Street Sunday, September 29 from noon to 2 PM. 901 FC players will play soccer with the kids who show up, and also pose for photos and sign autographs. There will be live music, cornhole, an inflatable slide, and interactive games.

The Beach Boys are coming to the Orpheum on February 11. They will perform their greatest hits. Mike Love is the only member of the current Beach Boys who was an original member.

White Claw and its competitor drinks have gotten so popular that Jon Taffer, host of the TV show Bar Rescue, is getting into the hard seltzer game.

The Triple-A National Championship game is tonight at AutoZone Park at 7:05. All fans receive a free order of BBQ nachos and a free soft drink or bottled water, compliments of Dave & Buster’s.

That’s it for now. Back tomorrow with more news.