Book signing, PARLOR TRICKS, Farmers Market, festival fundraiser and more in this Friday update

This evening at South Main Green Bus Night, there will be a book signing at South Main Book Juggler, in the Arcade building on South Main. Photographers Darrin Devault and Tom Graves will sign their book Graceland Too Revisited. Graceland Too was Paul McLeod’s shrine to Elvis, in his private home in Holly Springs, Mississippi, which was open to the public 24/7.

PARLOR TRICKS happens tonight and tomorrow night at the Brass Door, 8 PM, $10 cover. PARLOR TRICKS is an new show enthralling look at slight of hand mastery, incredible mind reading, and dexterous object manipulation, all in a intimate, cabaret-styled setting JUSTLARRY, the magician and circus star who performs the show, returns home to Memphis for two nights after four years on the road. According to the event listings, JUSTLARRY will take you back to what happened in 1880s velvet drawing rooms and 1960s Playboy clubs when cabaret was king.

“Let’s Hit the Sauce” is the theme at the Memphis Farmers Market Saturday. Sauces enhance the taste of your food and help you stretch your food dollars. There will be demos of how to make yogurt peach parfait at 9:30, 10:30, and 11:30. Certified personal trainer and instructor Lauren Phelps will lead a free INSANITY class at the top of the pet-sitting hill at 9:00 with cardio and pylometric drills. Bring a sweat towel and water if you want to participate. Live music by Bruce Barham 8:30-10, and Kim Hummel 11-12:30. 7 AM-1 PM, corner of Front and G.E. Patterson.

Are you a big fan of the Memphis Music & Heritage Festival that happens on the Main Street Mall every year on Labor Day weekend? You can support the festival this Sunday from 5 to 8 at “Booze, Blues & Brownies.” Come have some cold beverages, buy some goodies to eat and listen to authentic Memphis Blues music by Zeke Johnson, Barbara Jenice Lester & Moses Crouch at the Center for Southern Folklore Store, 119 S. Main St., Memphis, TN. All money raised helps support the Center for Southern Folklore and the upcoming 2015 Memphis Music & Heritage Festival, Sept 5-6.

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I’m not out of news but I am out of time. The remainder will have to wait for the next post. Check back tonight or tomorrow morning.