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Terri Phillips Lecture: "Roxanne's Rescue"

Terri Phillips, Roxanne's Rescue

Terri Phillips Lecture: "Roxanne's Rescue"

Thu., Feb. 26, 6-7 p.m. @ Clough-Hanson Gallery

Phillips speaks about her new exhibition, "Roxanne's Rescue," in which she recalls and reconstructs a formative moment in her life.

The Great Flood

Thu., Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m. @ Rhodes College, McCallum Ballroom of the Bryan Campus Life Center

A film by Bill Morrison about the Mississippi River Flood of 1927 and the ensuing transformation of American society, culture and music. Music performed live…

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Cherry's "Love Or Lack Thereof" Burlesque Party

Cherry's "Love Or Lack Thereof" Burlesque Party

Whether you spent Valentine's Day cuddling with your SO or cuddling a pint of Ben & Jerry's, the monthly Cherry party for lesbians and their friends is offering a Valentine's-themed do-over.

The Coliseum: Should it stay or should it go?

Echoes from my boot heels clicked thinly off the asphalt and bricks outside the Mid-South Coliseum.

Next Stop: Belize

This is not a threat.

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Music

Throwback Thursday: Project Pat Talks Growing Up as Juicy J's Older Brother

Throwback Thursday: Project Pat Talks Growing Up as Juicy J's Older Brother

The bond between Project Pat and Juicy J runs deeper than music.

Cities Aviv Premiers New Songs on Fader

Memphis was a better place when Cities Aviv was part of our music scene.

Weekend Roundup Part Seven

Friday is right around the corner, so here are our picks of the best rock and roll shows in town this weekend.

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Politics

Hats in Ring for Vacant Democratic Chairmanship

Hats in Ring for Vacant Democratic Chairmanship

Six names so far for party convention to choose from next month: Milton, Jackson, Spears, Remus, Cooper, Gill

Spring Training

Mike Williams’ announcement highlights the increased preliminary activity among actual and potential candidates for Mayor.

MPA's Williams Promises Viable Campaign, "Suits to Boots" Policy as Mayor

Latest announced candidate meets the press at AFSCME headquarters.

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Food & Drink

A Look at Lentils

A Look at Lentils

Lentils are a humble ingredient that appear in many earthy foods.

At the Swine & Wine for Cozy Corner

On Monday, Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman hosted Swine & Wine, a benefit for Cozy Corner, which had a fire in January. 

Sir Latimore Love's River Bluff Diner

I had stopped by Sir Latimore Love's River Bluff Diner to take an image of this seriously awesome mural when Tommy McCoy stepped outside and cautioned me not to slip on the ice. 

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Opinion

Oh, Puck

Oh, Puck

When I moved to Memphis from Pittsburgh in the early 1990s, my son, who was 11 at the time, was a hockey player.

What They Said (February 26, 2015) …

About Chris Davis' webpost, "Ole Miss Student Gored by Spanish Bull" ...

The Rant (February 26, 2015)

Just when I was convinced that Rudy Giuliani was the most despicable primate drawing breath, along comes Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to play "What, me worry?" over Rudy's abominable remarks.

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Film/TV

2015 Oxford Film Festival

2015 Oxford Film Festival

The Oxford Film Festival marks its 12th year of bringing fresh new films to Mississippi.

Maps To The Stars

Among a certain kind of cinephile, director David Cronenberg is a legend.

Better Call Saul

You don't need to know much about Breaking Bad to enjoy Better Call Saul, AMC's new spinoff series.

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Sports

Next Day More Reflection Than Notes: Grizzlies 90, Clippers 87

Next Day More Reflection Than Notes: Grizzlies 90, Clippers 87

You know, as someone whose job it is to analyze this team and, basically, nitpick every little thing they do (for better or for worse), it’s easy to get lost in that, to break every game apart into its components and look at them this way and that, reassemble them and look at them again (always leaving that one screw out, because there’s always the one screw left over at the end of putting anything back together).

The Joy (and Horror) of Kentucky Basketball

It’s becoming more and more evident that the Kentucky Wildcats will enter next month’s NCAA tournament with a chance to complete college basketball’s first undefeated season in 39 years.

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 98, Trail Blazers 92

It was an interesting return to action for the Grizzlies last night after the new (much) longer All-Star Break, and for the first two and a half quarters, it looked like som

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The Coliseum: Should it stay or should it go?

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