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Garth Brooks

Sat., Feb. 4, 7 p.m. @ FedExForum

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, performing live at FedEx Forum.

Art After Dark

Every third Thursday, 6-8 p.m. @ The Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Galleries and gardens will be open late. Featuring light refreshments, entertainment, and a cash bar.

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News

Encouraging Cycling, City Will Offer Free Event Bike Racks

Encouraging Cycling, City Will Offer Free Event Bike Racks

Pushing Memphians to cycle more often, the City of Memphis’ Division of Engineering will offer ten free bike racks for public and private events.

Etsy Declares Memphis an "Official Maker City"

Etsy, the online entity that enables entrepreneurs to sell their products internationally just designated Memphis as an official "Maker City".

Bus Stopped: The Battle over Route 31

Georgia A. King, 76, is a Memphian who needs her floral-decorated cane to assist in her instantly recognizable, purposeful stride.

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Sports

Boca, Bartow, and Backflips

Boca, Bartow, and Backflips

As “Group of Five” football program, the University of Memphis stands little chance of playing in one of the prestigious New Year’s Six bowl games.

Ole Miss 85, Tigers 77

The Tigers traveled to Oxford, Mississippi, Saturday for their first true road test of the season.

Grizzlies 95, Magic 94: The Comeback Win and The Coming Storm

The Grizzlies, with nine players, won last night, only 24 hours after playing Toronto tougher than anybody expected.

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Music

Weekend Roundup 89: Goo Goo Dolls, Nathaniel Rateliff, Nobunny

Weekend Roundup 89: Goo Goo Dolls, Nathaniel Rateliff, Nobunny

Welcome to the 89th edition of the Weekend Roundup, aka the best place to learn about live music every weekend in Memphis.

Clay Otis Tribute at the Hi-Tone

This Thursday night, friends and family of Clay "Otis" Hardee will gather for a memorial show at the Hi-Tone.

Top Releases of 2016

Next week our music staff writers and I will tackle the best local releases of 2016, but I'm sticking with albums not from the birthplace of rock-and-roll for this list.

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Politics

Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

Minnesota Congressman's visit, co-sponsored by numerous Democrats and Democratic groups, will occur on Friday, December 9.

Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

Memphis Congressman and ranking member of key House subcommittee proposes action to allow direct election of the President. Action comes amid widespread dissatisfaction with 2016 presidential results.

Dems on the Rebound

A group of 75 to 80 people showed up at the Steamfitters Union Hall Monday night for a session which was billed in advance as a "debriefing" with state Democratic Party chairman Mary Mancini — the first of several such affairs which Mancini intends to hold all across the state of Tennessee.

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Food & Drink

DIY Booze

DIY Booze

One of the best gifts I've received in recent years was a bottle of homemade limoncello, decanted into a swing-top glass bottle and tagged with a sweet note from the givers, good friends who live in the Vollentine-Evergreen neighborhood.

Long Road Cider Opening this Weekend

Scott Patterson worked in marketing.

Now out: Reel Masters and Art of Dining in Memphis 3.

God bless Susan Schadt.

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Opinion

Tony Allen's Big D Beats Stiff Competition

Tony Allen's Big D Beats Stiff Competition

Sometimes tweets have two meanings.

All Hands On Deck

While you and your family were enjoying the Thanksgiving weekend, hundreds of people wrongly spent the holiday at Shelby County jail, literally lost in the system, due to a new, malfunctioning computer records program.

NOLA’s Good Example

Last week was Thanksgiving, and more than 200 Memphis citizens were not able to celebrate with their families this year because we, as a community, do not have a handle on homicides.

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Film/TV

Music Video Monday: Richard James

Music Video Monday: Richard James

Music Video Monday gonna slow it down a little this week.

Moana

Disney goes Polynesian!

Comic Book Documentary Who The Hell Is Alfred Medley? Holds Preview Fundraiser

Harry Koniditsiotis is most familiar to Memphians as a musician.

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Reader Comments

Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

Bric-a-Brac: I think that you need to read it again Apop. I didn't say it caused the war, nor did I »

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Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

ArlingtonPop: @Bric

Sorry, I need some instruction.

How exactly did the Electoral College play into causing the Civil War? »

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Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

Bric-a-Brac: Without the Electoral College and the Three Fifths Compromise, the Civil war would not have happened, and the USA would »

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Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

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My thought is that it would be scalable.

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