The highest priced gas? Midtown and east Memphis. And the difference is nothing to scoff at: 45 cents per gallon. Might be worth the drive to the 'burbs, we say. Check it out.
Read Addison Engelking's review of Happy-Go-Lucky here. Read Greg Akers' take on Twilight after the jump.
Nope. Meet the elevator operators of the brand-new Sterick Building.
Vance Lauderdale's got the scoop on the glory days of the now-vacant Sterick Building.
Bicycling magazine has released its best cities for cycling and guess what?
Memphis ... Not on the list.
Actually, the Bluff city did make one of their lists ... the one of the worst cities for cycling, along with Miami and Dallas.
Read the End the Fed's press release after the jump.
After bringing Newark, New Jersey, mayor Cory Booker to Memphis to speak, the Leadership Academy felt like it needed a special event to follow the energetic young mayor.
The result was one of the group's Celebrate What's Right luncheons, this one with a panel of "young politicos."
But this week, he celebrates the release of his first solo album ...
Twelfth-ranked Memphis missed 15 free throws ...
The last time the Spurs visited FedExForum, Rudy Gay buried a game-winning three-pointer in Tim Duncans face. The Grizzlies can only hope for similar heroics tonight. Check out Beyond the Arc for Chris Herrington's game preview.
The all-blue uniforms are fitting. Memphis keeps coming with the same regularity as the waves crashing outside the Coliseo de Puerto Rico ...
Read Chris Herrington's take on last night's loss -- and much more -- at Beyond the Arc.
Read the rest of Chris Herrington's report at Beyond the Arc, the Flyer's Grizblog.
Today, Northwest Airlines announced that it would henceforth only use pilots who live in Shelby County ...
Read the rest of Randy Haspel's Rant.
My husband of 10 years has cheated on me numerous times. He confessed his transgressions to me last year, and though I was pretty upset, I decided to stay and try to work things out. We agreed to open up our relationship, so I could "cheat" too ...
In Part One, he was the breaker of racial barriers in Memphis: the first black assistant school superintendent, the first black school superintendent, the first black mayor. In Part Two, he was the champion of black power. Not the radical black power of "Burn Baby Burn" ...