Wedding Dress Ball™, Saturday, April 18, 2015. A chance for brides to wear their wedding dress again.
Sat., April 18, 7-10 p.m. @ Propcellar Vintage Rental
A chance for brides to wear their wedding dress again while raising funds for the St. Mary's Soup Kitchen.
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Sat., April 18, 2-7 p.m. @ East Buntyn Neighborhood
Enjoy walkable, kid and pet-friendly outdoor art galleries, complimentary food and wine, live music, a silent auction, and more.
A Memphis Police undercover investigation netted 22 arrests for street-level heroin and cocaine sales, announced Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong in a press conference Friday afternoon.
It's doubtful that anyone alive today knows as much about Goldcrest 51 beer as Little Rock resident Kenn Flemmons.
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Memphis Grizzlies fans are about to be inundated with advertising for Memphis International Airport, thanks to a $176,000 three-year advertising deal approved by the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority at their board meeting Thursday morning.
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Last season, Tiger quarterback Paxton Lynch set a U of M record for total touchdowns with 35 (22 passing, 13 rushing).
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The Lucero Family Picnic comes to Memphis for the first time ever this Saturday at Minglewood Hall.
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Still considering mayoral run, despite "agreement" with Williams, and District 5 and Super District 9, Position 2 Council seats
After a lengthy pre-campaign period that has already featured no few theatrics and ballyhooed events for candidates, several of whom have already raised prodigious sums of money, it is at last possible -- as of Friday -- for would-be participants in the 2015 Memphis city elections to draw petitions of candidacy from the Election Commission.
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Remember a few short weeks ago when state Senate majority leader Mark Norris (R-Collierville) and Governor Bill Haslam were conspicuously in disagreement on the Governor's Insure Tennessee proposal for Medicaid expansion?
A restaurant in the back of a dive bar doesn't seem like a promising place.
When you think of deep-fried food, your thoughts probably go to fried pickles, tomatoes, okra, hush puppies ...
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There was a huge sea-change in attitudes this week. Thousands of people made the decision to switch from not being racists to not being sexists. As in, "I'm not a sexist, but I can't stand Hillary Clinton." This is good news for President Obama, as the thousands of not racists who hated him have found a new target ...
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Herewith, a comparison of the NRA convention and Comic-Con:
For starters, the NRA convention in Nashville last week was half the size of Comic-Con.
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This week's Music Video Monday features a track from Memphis experimental hip hop artist Arella Rocket.