Jan. 24-29 @ The Orpheum
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South Memphis will become a laboratory for bicycle infrastructure over the next three years thanks to a newly won grant from national bike advocacy group PeopleForBikes.
Planet Fitness will soon begin construction on its $3.8 million new building on the site of the Old Imperial Lanes on Summer, according to a permit filed Monday.
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A task force will soon be convened to guide the next stage of development for the Memphis riverfront, a move that comes as riverfront officials have hired consultants to establish a new plan for that new development.
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The Grizzlies (via Grind City Media) have announced that they'll be bringing an expansion franchise of the NBA Development League to Southaven's Landers Center next season.
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As I left press row after the Tigers win over UCF Sunday, a game official asked me, "How is it possible that we are 15-5?"
You might remember Kedren Johnson as the Vanderbilt transfer who helped shape the final years of the Pastner era of the Memphis Tigers.
In April, 2016, there was a unique concert at Crosstown Arts.
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County Mayor tells Commission cites "critical need," says Haslam tax-hike measure would fund $9 million of badly needed infrastructure projects in county.
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.
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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 work one day last week, a friend and I made an impromptu stop at the backroom bar at Cafe 1912.
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• Cafe Brooks by Paradox, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, opened today.
From "alternative facts" to the claque of shills and yes-persons planted to energize President Trump's rambling address to U.S. Intelligence, it seems fairly evident that years of political punditry telling Americans the country should be run like a business, paid off with a chief executive who believes every piece of it.
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.
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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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Bad, Bad Men, an independent comedy made by Memphians Allen Gardner and Brad Ellis, is now available on Amazon streaming video.