Summer Movie Journal #4

Try the Ahi.

John Klyce Minervini says you need to give Interim's Seared Ahi with Peach a try.

Nancy Apple's Rhythm and Roots Revival on Beale

Nancy Apple brings her Rhythm and Roots Revival show to Beale Street's Handy Park Friday, featuring an appearance by legendary, 84-year-old pedal steel guitar player, Kayton Roberts (shown).

Robata Ramen & Yakitori Bar Opens in OS

Susan Ellis and friends checked out Overton Square's newest restaurant: Robata Ramen & Yakitori Bar.

A Milwaukee Perspective on the CA sale

Milwaukee journalist Bruce Murphy offers his take on the sale of the Commercial Appeal and its new connection to the owners of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Richard Linklater's "Boyhood"

Addison Engelking says director Richard Linklater's Boyhood is daring, complex, and irrefutable.

AFSCME Local 1733 Board Agrees: No Endorsements in the 9th

Agreement comes after Thursday night meeting at union headquarters; signs like the one shown here will disappear, and legal action may be directed at unauthorized billboard on Covington Pike.

Larry Pivnick: An Underdog With Bite?

The 8th District Congressional candidate represents a breed that dreams of political success and doesn’t see it as impossible.

Reader Comments

Letter From the Editor

JuliusJones: Posted by progressivememphis:

"It is far too late for electing different officials to make a difference in Memphis. Memphis »

Read Story | Read Comments


Park Name Change Lawsuit Ruling Expected Soon

JuliusJones: Will Smith Park

That ought to make em happy. »

Read Story | Read Comments


Park Name Change Lawsuit Ruling Expected Soon

Glenn Green: If you want to see Americas future go to Memphis = the last time I was there I got robbed. »

Read Story | Read Comments


The CA Sale: A View from Milwaukee

Urban Cwhore: @Sleepy

I do. I know exactly what passes for liberalism.

So, tell us what, exactly, in your own »

Read Story | Read Comments


ADVERTISEMENT
We Recommend
Art-er Limits: Oxford Fringe Festival

Festivals

Art-er Limits: Oxford Fringe Festival

Oxford, Mississippi will open its doors, theaters, and other less traditional spaces to host its first ever Fringe Festival. Featuring over 80 art experiences.

More We Recommend »

Search Our Listings »

ADVERTISEMENT

Site Search

ADVERTISEMENT

Flyer Flashback

Looking Back at a Time When We Cared About Your Dreams

Read Story

 
© 1996-2014

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