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Vine to Wine at the Garden: Red, White, and Blues

Tue., June 30, 6-8 p.m. @ Memphis Botanic Garden

Featuring selection of wines perfect for outdoor celebrations, light eats, door prize, tree readings, and shopping.

Twilight Tuesday Movie Night

Tuesdays, 8:30 p.m. Continues through Aug. 4 @ Beale Street Landing

Featuring Independence Day, Frozen, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Star Trek: The Future Begins, The Princess Bride, Indiana Jones &…

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Couples Tie the Knot at Tennessee Equality Project Marriage Celebration

Couples Tie the Knot at Tennessee Equality Project Marriage Celebration

"It's my pleasure to introduce you to Mrs. and Mrs. Wallheimer," said attorney (and former Shelby County Commissioner) Steve Mulroy, as a couple hundred people gathered on the lawn of the Memphis Gay & Lesbian Community Center (MGLCC) Friday afternoon cheered and clapped.

Tennessee Attorney General Statement on Supreme Court Ruling

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III is not in favor of the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 decision in favor of legal same-sex marriage across the country.

Shelby County Clerk's Office Is Issuing Marriage Licenses for Same-Sex Couples

The Shelby County Clerk's Office began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples right after the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling in favor of legal gay marriage in all 50 states.

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Sports

Grizzlies, Craig Brewer produce “Marc Gasol of Memphis” video

Grizzlies, Craig Brewer produce “Marc Gasol of Memphis” video

The Grizzlies had a countdown on their website for a long time, counting down to 11:30AM today.

A Memphis Redbirds Wall of Fame

The St. Louis Cardinals do history well.

Beyond the Arc Podcast, Episode 20: the Draft and the Matt Barnes trade

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

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Music

Grammy Membership Celebration Tonight at Stax

Grammy Membership Celebration Tonight at Stax

The Memphis chapter of The Recording Academy will hold a listening session at Stax Museum of American Soul Music tonight to celebrate their regional membership.

Weekend Roundup 22: Pokey LaFarge, John Paul Keith, Western Medication

Welcome to the 22nd edition of my Weekend Roundup.

Hard ’n Fast Fest Plus Buldgerz Return

It seems like every other week there is a music fest in Memphis, with Spicerfest and Memphis Punk Rock Fest having recently concluded, and Goner Fest right around the corner.

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Politics

The Man Who Saved Nathan Bedford Forrest

The Man Who Saved Nathan Bedford Forrest

As we debate he historical fate of the controversial General, a descendant of one of his cavalrymen offers an arresting true-life account of Forrest in action -- and a surprising take on the controversy.

Haslam on Supreme Court Rulings and N.B. Forrest Matters

Governor says state will comply with gay-marriage ruling, welcomes King v. Burwell decision but is not ready for new special session; opposes Forrest bust in Capitol and sees no impediment to Wharton proposal to relocate Forrest statue

Is Forrest’s Exit Now a Consensus?

Opponent Strickland agrees with Mayor Wharton about removing the effigy and remains of the once renowned general from his downtown place of honor; others are likely to follow suit.

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Food & Drink

Paradise Café's Café Au Lait Shake

Paradise Café's Café Au Lait Shake

Sure you can grab a great sandwich or salad from Paradise Café, but have you noticed their entire shakes section?

Two ways to eat your spinach.

When the airborne fluff of cottonwood flowers floats on the sweet breeze of my hometown, it's my cue that the summer solstice is near, which means the spring crop of local spinach is near its peak.

Guess Where I'm Eating Contest: Win Tickets to Margarita Festival!

Terrific prize for this week's contest: a pair of passes to the Memphis Flyer Margarita Festival, Saturday, June 27th, 3-6 p.m. at the Overton Park Greensward. 

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Opinion

Obama Enforces Gay Marriage Law

Obama Enforces Gay Marriage Law

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Take It Down

Wave goodbye the Confederate battle flag in South Carolina.

The Future of Energy

It is an unfortunate fact that low-income and minority Americans are more likely to live near power plants.

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Film/TV

Music Video Monday: Caleb Sweazy World Premiere

Music Video Monday: Caleb Sweazy World Premiere

Does this Monday morning feel like a punch in the face?

Inside Out

Whenever I hear about a new Pixar movie, I get excited.

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl

I have to admit I'm conflicted about Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.

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