Thursdays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., Saturdays, 2 p.m. and Sundays, 3 p.m. Continues through Feb. 12 @ Hattiloo Theatre
Set in 1963, an openly gay, Black proponent of non-violent civil disobedience was jailed several times for refusal to register for the World War II…
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Wed., Jan. 25, 9:15-11:45 p.m. @ Bar DKDC
THE DARTS (US) bring their LA-and-Phoenix-based supergroup girl gang to Memphis for the first time ever on Jan 25 at Bar DKDC. Their song “Take…
More than 3,000 people marched from the D'Army Bailey Court House to the National Civil Rights Museum Saturday in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.
Flyer folk are in Portland this weekend for a newspaper conference.
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It started at the University of Memphis.
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Editor's Note: I am at a conference this week out of town, so I asked my old friend and brilliant basketball mind Andrew Ford to chip in with a couple of guest posts.
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The Tigers erased a five-point deficit in the last three minutes of regulation, then outscored Houston 6-3 in a sloppy overtime period to earn their biggest win of the season to date.
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Thousands were there for the local version of an epochal national event -- including daughter Rose Baker, who captured the flavor of the march in words and pictures.
A statement made by state Senator Mark Norris (R-Collierville) in Nashville last week all but put the Senate Majority Leader in the running for the governorship in 2018.
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After making announcement at Mason Temple commemoration for MLK, Congressman catalogues several "distressing" actions by President-elect and tells Flyer that insulting tweets about civil rights icon John Lewis became "the straw that broke the camel's back."
After work one day last week, a friend and I made an impromptu stop at the backroom bar at Cafe 1912.
• Cafe Brooks by Paradox, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, opened today.
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Another Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is behind us, a weekend in which his life and his dream of equality for all were celebrated with speeches, marches, and good works in the community.
The issue of county participation on the board of the city-owned Memphis Light, Gas & Water is, for the time being, moot.
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