Fri., Oct. 28, 1 p.m. @ Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Story of Anthony Weiner’s campaign for Mayor of New York City in 2013. This film gets up close and personal with Anthony Weiner, his wife…
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Fri., Oct. 28, 7-11:30 p.m. @ Cadre Building
Celebrate life, culture and tradition featuring one-of-a-kind appearances, live music, street tacos, spiked agua fresca, cash bar, face painting, photo booth, flower making station, and…
A project at the Prairie Farms plant in Midtown has some neighbors and at least one developer hoping the milk plant will move, while the company’s owner said the project will clean up the site for its neighbors and keep and create skilled jobs in Memphis.
Nearly 11 months after receiving a federal resilience grant to assist with unmet recovery needs following ruinous flood damage in 2011, government officials outlined Thursday at John F. Kennedy Park how they will combat future disasters brought forth by climate change.
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The Arkansas Supreme Court disqualified one medical marijuana initiative from the November ballot, but voters will still be able to vote for a competing amendment.
LAST WEEK: 4-2
For only the second time since moving to Memphis, the Grizzlies won their home opener against the Minnesota Timberwolves last night, 102-98.
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Here’s a list of things to watch for as the Grizzlies take on the Timberwolves tonight at FedExForum, in the first regular season game of the 2016-17 NBA season.
GOOooood Afterrnooooon and welcome to the 85th edition of my Weekend Roundup (read that first part in your best Dracula voice).
It's been a while since we ran record reviews, but instead of boring you to death with witty descriptions that may or may not make any sense, I've decided to keep things short and sweet.
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Jack Oblivian plays Wiseacre Brewery tonight as part of the brewery's free music series.
All things considered, the way the native son pop star proved he exercised his franchise is cooler than sporting an "I Voted" sticker. Copycats are probably ill advised to follow suit, however.
Democrat Thompson challenges incumbent McManus in House District 96, while the Ins and Outs go at it in Germantown.
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The giant locomotive whistles, the inspiring speeches, the dazzling display of rainbow lighting on the Harahan Bridge at night, and the first treks across the bridge by foot and by bike are all embedded in Memphis history now, as the "Main St. to Main St. Multi-Modal Connector" project came to pass, linking Memphis to West Memphis, and both to the future.
(WITH SLIDESHOW AND VIDEO OF BRIDGE LIGHTS)
Last Saturday, I invited Flyer friends Amy Lawrence and Justin Fox Burks, aka the Chubby Vegetarian, to dinner.
It all started with a bowl of pasta and a few too many habaneros for Justin Fox Burks and Amy Lawrence.
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I have to admit that I'd never even heard of pumpkin beers until after Starbucks injected the Pumpkin Spice Latte craze into the marketplace a few years ago, which generally prejudiced me against the whole idea on moral grounds.
Every now and then Fly on the Wall likes to publish something "From the Morgue," which, in newspaper jargon, means an article we published some time in the past that's been filed away.
First, they came for our STAX logo.
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In August, Donald Trump was touting all the major polls, many of which at that time had him closing the gap on Hillary Clinton and even leading her in some instances.
Indie Memphis' grant program aims to empower Bluff City filmmakers.
Keith Krass has many talents.
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Ignoring the caveat implicit in the title of his second Jack Reacher film, Never Go Back, Tom Cruise is indeed back in a role that still seems unsuited for him, despite some improvements over his first try in 2012, the eponymous Jack Reacher.