Everyone's a critic, and no one wants to like anything anymore. Bobo's work is fantastic and this piece is a great addition to the Square. No business directory as art, no #ILoveMarketingCampaign901 attached to it, it's just public art for the enjoyment of art, perfect.
He that wants money, means, and content in Germantown is without three good friends.
I support the actor's decision. The disruption of enjoying the show is already made by the ringing cell phone, not the actor's performance halt. This was the quickest way to put an end to it and attempt to carry on with the show. The phone could have rung for the rest of the performance if it was not stopped right there and then.
Front Street does not have bike lanes; it has shared lanes. However, due to the many cars that park illegally along Front Street, it is still not the most favorable road for a cyclist to take.
The New York Times delivers a premium product that is worth buying. The CA has drastically cut quality AND quantity then asked us to pay for it. Does the online content even get filtered through an editor before being posted on CA's site? Somnetines it looked like a middler schooled student wroted it. Of course, the TV stations have the same issue.
Last week's cover story regarding a rather trivial yet racially volatile issue garnered 50 comments. This week's cover story which assesses if Memphis will be a major, attractive city in years to come is still a ghost town in the comment section. If it's the Year of the Big Deal, I got a bad feeling about this.
As Chris stated, winning has a lot to do with marketing. Not seeing Frank's Deli in the Best Sandwich section is a shock while Lenny's is on there. But then again, do I want people clogging up the line at Frank's?
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