WED­NES­DAY

EASY BE­ING GREEN

The Commercial Appeal - Go Memphis - - Go Out -

Cincin­nati garage-rock out­fit The Green­hornes plays the Hi-Tone Café. The group, which fea­tures Jack Lawrence and Pa­trick Keeler of Racon­teurs fame, is tour­ing in sup­port of its fourth and lat­est al­bum, Four S tars. Lo­cal combo Bake Sale opens the show. Be­fore the U.S. had even en­tered World War II, Char­lie Chap­lin fought Der Führer — with laugh­ter, not guns — in “The Great Dic­ta­tor,” the 1940 clas­sic in which a poor Jewish bar­ber (Chap­lin) is mis­taken for Ade­noid Hynkel, dic­ta­tor of To­ma­nia and would-be ruler of the world. The screen­ing con­cludes the re­cent Chap­lin ret­ro­spec­tive at the Mem­phis Brooks Mu­seum of Art. 7 p.m. Ad­mis­sion: $8, or $6 for mu­seum mem­bers. Visit brooksmu­seum.org.

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