Fridays-Sundays, 6 p.m.-12 a.m. Continues through May 7 @ Agricenter International
Featuring over 400 lanterns, 400-foot dragon, 30 foot tall panda, and entertainment including acrobats from china and live music.
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Fri., April 28, 6 p.m. @ Hi-Tone
State officials have already signed a controversial contract to outsource work in state-owned facilities, a move some watching the issue called a "betrayal of public trust" as the signing came days before it was even supposed to be presented.
Volunteers worked side by side with the Fourth Bluff team today to paint Riverside Drive between Court and Jefferson Avenue, bringing life to the pop-up park, RiverPlay, which is set to open May 5.
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Each week, the Flyer will feature adoptable dogs and cats from Memphis Animal Services.
The home team hasn’t lost a game in this series yet.
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This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about:
Eric Krasno, the guitarist and founding member of Soulive and Lettuce, is bringing his new band to Minglewood Hall on April 26th supporting Gov’t Mule, and it may be a case of the opener alone being worth the price of admission.
April 22nd may be the busiest Saturday this spring for Memphis music lovers and vinyl hounds.
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At just 11 and 14, brothers Steven and Jeff McDonald began to morph their middle-school band into the stuff of punk, pop, and glam/indie-rock legend.
Rep. Brooks, Kelsey's o-sponsor, takes it off notice until next year; without elaborating, cites "particular wording" requiring change.
Local party, decertified last August, will begin its reorganization via a series of "community forums," the first of which will take place this weekend.
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Most of the voting is in the contested Republican special primary, where seven candidates contend. Julia Byrd Ashworth, as the only Democrat, is the guaranteed winner of the Democratic primary. Two independents, Robert Schutt and Jim Tomasik, are also running. Ultimate winner will replace the resigned Mark Lovell.
The Flying Saucer downtown is reopening May 4th and big changes are in store.
The first 901 Wings was in the 662 — Southaven, to be exact.
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It's Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival time, and in its honor, we turn our focus on the festival's popular gumbo cooking contest, and, specifically, on how to win it.
NRA types like to say "an armed society is a polite society."
Last week, Friends for Our Riverfront indicated its intention to fight the development of a new convention center hotel downtown, citing its location on land allocated by city cofounder John Overton as a public promenade.
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A looming battle is building between United States cities, some states, and the federal government.
Slapstick shoot-em-up rises to the level of art film
This Music Video Monday, there's a new sheriff in town.
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