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Beyond the Arc’s Official Response to Ian Karmel

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The Philadelphia Story

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Fridays, Saturdays, 8 p.m., Sundays, 2 p.m. and Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. Continues through May 10 @ Theatre Memphis

Classic American comedy takes a witty look behind the scenes of a posh socialite wedding.

Speed Dating Tonight!

Fri., April 24, 7:30 p.m. and Sun., April 26, 3 p.m. @ University of Memphis, Harris Concert Hall

Comedy in one act conceived by Dean Anthony with music and words by Michael Ching presented by University of Memphis Opera.

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All About That Bass Pro

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton stood at the podium and squinted into the stage lights.

We Don’t Have Jack

Jack McCoy, where are you when we really need you?

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Beyond the Arc Podcast, Episode 011: Blazer Madness

Beyond the Arc Podcast, Episode 011: Blazer Madness

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about:

Beyond the Arc’s Official Response to Ian Karmel

A bunch of y’all are really mad on Twitter about this hilarious bit of trash talk from the Portland Mercury’s Ian Karmel.

Memphis Tiger Trivia (answer)

When Dedric Lawson suits up for the Tigers in November, he'll become the ninth locally produced McDonald's All-American to play for the U of M.

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Rocket Science Audio Lives On

There are people involved in the Memphis music scene who do things simply because they need to be done.

Hatebreed Live at the Hi-Tone

Hatebreed will celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band next Tuesday night at the Hi-Tone.

Mid-Week Music: Modest Mouse, John Paul Keith, The Slackers

There are a ton of shows happening this week in Memphis, here are five great concerts to choose from.

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Politics

Haslam Caves, Signs Legislation Nullifying Local Options on Guns-in-Parks

Haslam Caves, Signs Legislation Nullifying Local Options on Guns-in-Parks

Governor had expressed misgivings and hinted at veto; bill leaves vague distinction in cases of school-sanctioned activity.

Despite Competing Partisan Claims, the 2015 Legislative Session Was Neither a Grand Success nor a Total Flop

Rhetoric and real differences notwithstanding, there was a fair degree of bipartisan consensus.

Joe Towns Goes Upbeat as the General Assembly Ends

NASHVILLE — This is how to end a session of the Tennessee General Assembly —one that had the usual amount of partisan acrimony, personal rivalries, and legislative disappointments: How's about having state Rep. Joe Towns (D-Memphis) deliver to a full House his latest (amply ad-libbed) rendition of Louis Armstrong's "It's a Wonderful World?"

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Pyramid Vodka's Tasting Room and Tour

Pyramid Vodka's Tasting Room and Tour

Guests who enter the tasting room at Pyramid Vodka are enveloped in the aroma of freshly baking bread and then led through a fascinating lesson on distilling involving corn, Indiana, grist mills, stripping runs, something called a dephlegmator, mash, and taxes. 

Huey’s at 45

In 1970, Alan Gary opened the original Huey's on Madison as a bar for his friends to hang out in.

Burrito Blues Mexican Grill Now Open on Beale

Burrito Blues Mexican Grill opened quietly on April 9th in the former site of Johnny G's on Beale Street. 

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Opinion

Memphis’ Pyramid Dream

Memphis’ Pyramid Dream

The Great American Pyramid opened on the banks of the Wolf River Harbor in 1991, a vision brought to life by the late great entrepreneur John Tigrett, who hired a hustler named Sidney Shlenker to run the place ...

The Rant (April 23, 2015) ...

Indulge me for a moment and consider this scenario: There's a community of Ultra-Orthodox Jews headquartered in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, called the Chabad Lubavitch.

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About Bruce VanWyngarden's editor's note, "NRA Foreplay in Nashville" ...

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Ex Machina

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Boy meets Robot.

The Wrecking Crew

The studio musicians of Los Angeles finally get their moment in the spotlight.

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Memphis College Of Art Students Explore Creativity and Nonviolence with Elaine Blanchard

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All About That Bass Pro

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All About That Bass Pro

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