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Pitch Perfect 2

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Tennessee has a new logo. A new, hideous, $46,000 logo

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Herb Festival

Fri., May 22, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. @ Memphis Botanic Garden

Local experts will give hourly talks and demos on cooking and crafting with herbs.

The Memphis Children's Theatre Festival

Fri., May 22, 6-8 p.m. and Sat., May 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. @ Rhodes College

Featuring picnic, clowns, jugglers, balloons, face painting, bubbles, hands-on activities, and theatre.

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News

Pace Cooper Named Chair of Airport Board

Pace Cooper Named Chair of Airport Board

Hotel management executive Pace Cooper will succeed Jack Sammons as chairman of the Memphis and Shelby County Airport Authority.

Rockabilly Man

When I walk into my grandparents' home, my Nonnie, Peggy, is standing over the stove.

Remembering Pierre

When I first met Pierre Kimsey I had no idea what to make of him.

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Sports

Farewell, Sweet Grizzlies

Farewell, Sweet Grizzlies

There's lots to say about whether the Memphis Grizzlies' season was a successful one or not, or whether they did as well as they could have against the Golden State Warriors, given the circumstances.

Memphis Tiger Trivia

Tiger kicker Jake Elliott has earned first-team all-conference honors from the American Athletic Conference after each of his first two seasons at the U of M. With 37 career field goals, Elliott is more than halfway to Stephen Gostkowski's career record of 70.

Signifying Nothing: Marc Gasol's Exit Interview

The thing about covering sports is that eventually you're going to end up in a big scrum standing around a player who is saying things but not really saying things, answering questions but not really answering questions.

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Music

This Weekend at the Levitt Shell: The Roosevelts, Mike Farris, Ruby Velle

This Weekend at the Levitt Shell: The Roosevelts, Mike Farris, Ruby Velle

As a supplement to our Weekend Roundup, we will be previewing the concerts at the Levitt Shell all summer long.

Salad Days Screening at the Brooks Museum

The American hardcore punk movement may have been birthed in L.A. during the late '70s, but Washington, D.C., is where the original movement's aesthetic, musical, and attitudinal characteristics would coalesce into its first and longest lasting identity, before subsequently giving way to some seminal developments in post-hardcore as the '80s progressed.

Chris Bell’s Cosmos

This Friday, the Hi-Tone will host an all-star concert in tribute to one of Memphis' most revered underground heroes, the late Chris Bell.

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Politics

U.S. Attorney Ed Stanton III Named District Judge by Obama to Succeed Retiring Hardy Mays

U.S. Attorney Ed Stanton III Named District Judge by Obama to Succeed Retiring Hardy Mays

For a second time, President acts on a recommendation by 9th District Congressman Cohen.

Shelby County Commissioners Budget-Cut Their Way to a Kumbaya

Provisional agreement on $1.1 billion for fiscal 2015-16 comes with unexpected ease; SCS, Sheriff’s Department, other divisions take a hit.

Short-changing the Schools

Educational funding is the latest arena of confrontation between local jurisdictions and the state.

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Food & Drink

Lunch at Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl

Lunch at Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl

Pam said that Bass Pro reminded her of a casino, and indeed it does that have that self-contained-village vibe.

Jennifer Chandler takes the Farmers Market Challenge.

It was bound to happen.

Crafts & Drafts Call for Vendors

The Memphis Flyer's Crafts & Drafts is set for November 14th at Crosstown Arts. 

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Opinion

Tennessee has a new logo. A new, hideous, $46,000 logo

Tennessee has a new logo. A new, hideous, $46,000 logo

Nashville's WSMV-TV broke the news yesterday.

Memphis Has the Blues

It's Saturday morning and Memphis has the blues. The rain is coming down, slow and persistent from a low gray sky. It soaks the grass, fills the gutters, and falls hard on the flowers left on the Beale Street sidewalk outside of B.B. King's club ...

Played Out

It has been obvious to anyone who takes a moment to look that funding the Memphis Music Commission has been a waste of money for some time.

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Film/TV

Pitch Perfect 2

Pitch Perfect 2

Pitch Perfect 2 is more self-aware and self-consciously “edgy” than its not-entirely-wholesome predecessor.

Mad Max: Fury Road

Drop what you’re doing and go see this movie.

Inside Amy Schumer

Like a buxom diner waitress who's secretly slipping strychnine into the desserts, the third season of Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer cheerfully serves up its generous, sugary helpings of lethal satire to a hungry, trusting, and unsuspecting clientele that really should be larger.

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13 Logos That Are Better Than TN

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Played Out

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Music Commission Again Targeted for Possible Budget Cut

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