Thursdays, 6-10 p.m. Continues through Aug. 18 @ The Peabody
Each week features entertainment, themed snack buffet, and drink specials.
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Through Oct. 2 @ Memphis Pink Palace Museum
Travel back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth and get closer than you ever could have imagined. Visit the life-like dinosaurs and interactive…
A nonprofit group planning to launch a bike-share program in Memphis will host bike demo stations in Midtown, South Memphis, and downtown this week.
A Memphis attorney under investigation by the Veteran's Adminstration (VA) for mishandling veterans' finances has been disbarred, though the record of the event has been sealed.
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Beasts stood all around us in Overton Park — rattling in bushes and hiding behind trees.
Like the Republican Party, college football’s reigning champions have an elephant for a mascot.
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It may be only July, but I can’t recall a calendar year with as many significant losses (measured a few ways) in the world of sports.
Good evening and welcome to the 72nd edition of my Weekend Roundup.
The Buccaneer, a venerable Midtown dive bar, got a new owner last week.
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Sabrina Ellis and Andrew Cashen — the two main songwriters in A Giant Dog and Sweet Spirit — can't get enough of each other.
Who loves Chachi?
Clinton still has most of the advantages, but she'll need to nail them down at her own convention this week in Philadelphia.
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The major GOP schism was healed, at least temporarily, by an errant action on the part of schism-meister Cruz. Plus: John Ryder’s prospects.
Geoffrey Meeker of the New Orleans-based French Truck Coffee has entered into a partnership with Jimmy Lewis of Relevant Roasters.
New potato salad recipes abound online, as do those for normal potato salad.
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The first annual Memphis Caribbean Jerk Festival took place at the Water Tower Pavilion on Broad Street last Saturday.
What separates us from animals, really?
As what's left of the Republican Party gathers in Cleveland for what promises to be the most chaotic nominating convention since the 1968 Democratic gathering in Chicago, the rest of the country is wondering where the next shots are coming from — and who's going to be pulling the trigger.
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Today's Music Video Monday is getting up in your face.
Today, as neofascist candidate Donald Trump prepares to accept the Republican nomination, I’m beginning a new series on the Film/TV/Etc blog.
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I've been thinking about the concept of "guilty pleasures."