Beyond the Arc

Bulls 108, Grizzlies 104: A Game of Ghosts

Tiger Blue

Tigers 62, USF 56

Fly On The Wall Blog

Memphis Bound Gilbert Gottfried Talks Trump, TV, Life on the Road

Politics Beat Blog

Briefs from the Political Week

Politics Beat Blog

In The Age Of Trump, Remember The Killian Documents

Intermission Impossible

Living Colors: "Other People's Happiness" is a Well Made Play


We Recommend

King Day 2017

King Day 2017

Mon., Jan. 16, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. @ National Civil Rights Museum

Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with daylong performances, youth-centered edutainment, museum experience, and opportunities for community service.

Upstanders Film Series

Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Continues through Jan. 31 @ Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Museum will show a film that celebrates stories of individuals that have embraced the challenges to create positive change in our world. Followed by discussion.

More We Recommend


Shelby County Commission Delays Vote on STD Prevention Funding

Shelby County Commission Delays Vote on STD Prevention Funding

On Monday, the Shelby County Commission delayed a vote to approve $407,000 in federal grants earmarked for HIV prevention services from four separate agencies, including $115,000 in funding designated for Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region’s free condom program.

Proposed Rehab On Cooper Gets Shot Down, New Bar Gets the Green Light

The Memphis and Shelby County Land Use Control Board voted against allowing a drug and alcohol treatment facility to open in the old Sheet Metals Worker building at 673 S. Cooper, close to Peabody Park.

The Clayborn Temple Preservation Project Will Receive A $400,000 Federal Grant

The Clayborn Temple has become one of 39 historic rehabilitation projects across the United States to receive federal funding — a $400,000 grant to preserve the site where the Memphis Sanitation Workers strike was organized.

More In News


Bulls 108, Grizzlies 104: A Game of Ghosts

Bulls 108, Grizzlies 104: A Game of Ghosts

There are ghosts everywhere.

Tigers 62, USF 56

Three days after a disappearing act at Tulsa, the American Athletic Conference's reigning Player of the Week reappeared Saturday at FedExForum.

Tulsa 81, Tigers 71

Wednesday night was hardly the Tulsa homecoming Memphis coach Tubby Smith envisioned.

More In Sports


Duets for Mellotron

Duets for Mellotron

In April, 2016, there was a unique concert at Crosstown Arts.

New Memphis Music

Brandon Taylor — Radio Ghost (Madjack Records)

Mark Edgar Stuart Live at Loflin Yard

Loflin Yard brought live music to their sprawling grounds in the spring of last year, and the downtown bar/venue has just announced that they will be hosting a weekly songwriter night every Wednesday.

More In Music


Briefs from the Political Week

Briefs from the Political Week

Rallings downplays homicide numbers; Commission prepares legislative package, includes medical marijuana, not in agreement yet on MLGW issue; Cohen gets new leadership post in Congress

In The Age Of Trump, Remember The Killian Documents

For media consumers, the lesson is, be suspicious of everything, especially if it confirms your biases.

Dark Ages Coming?

Memphis Congressman Steve Cohen's cell phone rings in telephone calls to the theme song of the old Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson?

More In Politics

Food & Drink



The thing to remember is that wine-speak isn't about expertise; it's about what the philosopher professor Harry Frankfurt called "bullshit."

Oshi to Rebrand

Oshi closed yesterday and will reopen in the spring as a new concept, according to owner Jeff Johnson.

LYFE Downtown To Go Full Service, etc.

LYFE Kitchen announced last month that the Chisca location, roughly a year after it opened, "will be undergoing a transformation ... that will bring new flavors and a new ambience to the LYFE Kitchen dining experience in downtown Memphis."

More In Food & Drink


Memphis Gets a Shout Out From Joss Whedon and a Beautiful Artist's Diary

Thumbing through Twitter last night I noticed a tweet from Mr. Avengers director, Joss Whedon that read, "this THIS this."

Being There: No App For That

A few weeks ago, I had a very early flight and needed a ride to the airport.

More In Opinion




When Jackie was being filmed in early 2016, few could have predicted how relevant it would be in 2017.

Iggy and the Stooges Doc Gimme Danger to Kick Off Indie Wednesday Film Series

Indie Memphis will be launching a new weekly film series on Wednesday, February 1 with a screening of the Jim Jarmusch's documentary Gimme Danger.

Music Video Monday: Alan Scoop

This week's Music Video Monday comes home.

More In Film/TV


Reader Comments

Project Brings Buskers Downtown

FUNKbrs: I don't understand this "slots" thing.

Cops have been running buskers out of downtown for "Not properly portraying »

Read Story | Read Comments

Oooh! That Naughty 'Playboy' Attack Ad on Harold Ford Jr.!

RobtheElder: I find Harold Junior's point of view refreshing at worst and tremendously encouraging at best. I watch him primarily on »

Read Story | Read Comments

Report: New Zoo Lot Would Take an Acre of Greensward

Dennis-Lynch: Toby, Thanks for the great article. I do hate to say that your headline is wrong- the Zoo's new lot »

Read Story | Read Comments

Not My Problem

CL Mullins: 25! Of course I've never been to Jack London Square sober. »

Read Story | Read Comments


Readers' Favorites

© 1996-2017

Contemporary Media
460 Tennessee Street, 2nd Floor | Memphis, TN 38103
Visit our other sites: Memphis Magazine | Memphis Parent | Inside Memphis Business
Powered by Foundation