Parallelogram: The official polygon of Monday

And then there’s this:

Yep. Sounds about right.

Grizzlies fans who love a good bike ride should circle Sunday, April 9 on their calendar for Tour de Grizz. Participants will meet at Martyrs Park and enjoy Big River Crossing as well as music and entertainment from 1:30 to 3:30. Then it will be time to hop on bikes for the 2-mile ride to FedExForum for the Grizzlies vs. the Detroit Pistons. Ticket packages start at $25 and include a Tour de Grizz T-shirt. You must have your own bike, be at least 10 years old, and have safety equipment (helmet and lights). MPD will escort the bike riders to and from the arena.

If beer and bikes are your thing, join the folks at Revolutions Bicycle CoOp, 1000 S. Cooper, on Saturday, April 8 beginning at 2 PM for a ride to all four Memphis brewery taprooms – Wiseacre, Memphis Made, High Cotton, and Ghost River. You must have your own bike (they won’t be renting), a helmet, lights and a lock. Bring your bike in early for a tune-up at their bike shop prior to the ride.

The Memphis Supper Club has announced its April dinner will be on Tuesday, April 25 at South of Beale at 7 PM. There will be four courses paired with cocktails for $40 (gratuity included). Once everyone is there, the group can decide whether they would prefer to dine inside or outside. Limited to 25 participants. View the menu.

To celebrate New Beers Eve (the day before the anniversary of Prohibition), The Dirty Crow Inn will have a beer tasting with beers from North Little Rock’s Diamond Bear brewery. It will happen Thursday, April 6 from 5 to 8 PM. Live music by Josh Green.

If you’re looking for kitchen work, I am aware of two openings Downtown. First of all, the Silly Goose is looking to hire a cook. Message them on Facebook if interested.

Bluefin is looking for an experienced Brunch Chef. If you live Downtown, that is said to be a plus, but not required.

Doug Carpenter, founder of consulting group DCA, has purchased a building at 11 W. Huling that he will convert into his company’s new office. The building has 8500 square feet of office space and a large private parking lot for customers’ convenience.

That’s it for now. Off to work. Maybe another post later today.