Fridays, 11:30 a.m. Continues through Sept. 30 @ The Dixon Gallery & Gardens
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Fri., Oct. 7, 4:30-9 p.m. @ University of Memphis Law School
Located in Memphis Park next to the Law School featuring food trucks, local beer, and live music.
Two by two, protestors marched from Morris Park down North Orleans Street and gathered at the steps of the Memphis Housing Authority last Thursday afternoon, holding signs that read “access is a civil right” and chanting “No justice, no peace.” As MHA representatives arrived outside, they were met by homeless advocates kneeling in prayer led by Rev. NaKeesha Davis of St. James A.M.E. Church.
MEMFix hits Film Row Saturday.
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The city’s concept for the Memphis Zoo’s expanded parking plan got a big thumbs down from park advocacy groups Thursday, reviews that can be summed up in three words: “Nope, nope, nope.”
Ole Miss, here come the Tigers.
Friday morning, the Grizzlies announced the launch of Grind City Media, their new branded content/media operation starting up for the 2016–17 season.
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It seems that Memphis' midday sports radio drama has finally been resolved.
This Sunday night, progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria will return to Memphis for a performance at Minglewood Hall.
ScHoolboy Q seems like an unlikely rapper to be positioned as a commercial success.
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Local singer Clay Otis will celebrate ten years of gigging with a Champagne Porch Jam this weekend at the Buccaneer.
Keynoting a kickoff weekend for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, congressman addresses local Democrats, touting Clinton's virtues and even hinting that she has George W. Bush's support.
At press time on Tuesday, U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) was scheduled to make one more effort, via a unanimous-consent request on the floor of the Senate, to get a vote on the confirmation of Ed Stanton III of Memphis as U.S. District Judge.
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Ordinance to be voted on Monday would impose stringent guidelines on administrative appointments, with new test case brewing on interim County Attorney Pascover.
Huey's downtown is celebrating with a day-long party on October 16th.
Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman's fourth restaurant, Catherine & Mary's, is set to open Monday in the Chisca building.
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In a bucket-list way, I had been increasingly curious about the continent of Europe, and, after decades of waiting and a couple of false starts, I finally made it over in September of 2015, signing up with a tour organized by David Pickler, the longtime president of the (old) Shelby County Schools board, in conjunction with the American Public Education Foundation.
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Some time ago, the public intellectual Milton Himmelfarb put his finger on what the current presidential campaign is all about.
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Director Adam Wingard tries to recapture the found footage magic
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While the main festival doesn’t start until November 1, Indie Memphis is busy helping the next generation of Bluff City filmmakers get off the ground.