Nathan Reed 
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Re: “Upsetting the Food Cart

Interesting article -- I've always wondered why there weren't more "permanent" street vendors downtown. I'm not certain how popular they'd be, but tamales have a long history along the river and in Memphis. They were the "street food" for generations.

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Posted by Nathan Reed on 03/23/2010 at 10:17 PM

Re: “Another Pink Shirt? Why, It's the Mayor! And Who's His Bud in the Blue Shirt?

It's Steve Steffens! The Left Wing Cracker himself!

http://leftwingcracker.blogspot.com/

Posted by Nathan Reed on 06/20/2009 at 9:56 PM

Re: “Bianca Knows Best ... And Helps a Third Wheel

Great video Cracker!

Posted by Nathan Reed on 12/02/2008 at 5:34 PM

Re: “Beale's Old Guard Speaks Out

I agree with Varsity02 (above). There should be more Memphis music on Beale. So many times the clubs are full of bands playing covers, "worn out" music, or yes, hip-hop and rap. People come to Memphis, to Beale Street to visit "the home of the blues". The majority of music *should* be Memphis music -- blues, jazz, and the musical styles that created the Memphis Sound. The Center for Southern Folklore, before they were forced off the street, showcased all the music for which Memphis is known. There is no purity left on Beale. I agree, also, that Handy Park is overshadowed by advertisements -- I know this is a commercial/entertainment district, but there is also a tremendous amount of history to which this city should pay homage, which this city should honor.

Posted by Nathan Reed on 06/25/2008 at 11:34 PM
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