Memphis is a great theater town--the best for several hundred miles in any direction--in large part because Playhouse consistently offers productions of the caliber of Pippen. Now we have a performance space worthy of the talent. Thanks, Playhouse, for a great afternoon.
Ken jobe ia a class act.
I'd love to know how African-American precincts voted on Amendment 1.
Say it ain't so! For years, John Branston has been the best journalist in town. We can only hope that, Sinatra-like, he unretires.
Bill Raspberry was a decent man and a clear thinker. He continued to love and care about the Midsouth even after he moved to Washington.
At last: a competitive House election in Memphis in which voters will have two credible, experienced, well-funded candidates to choose from.
I agree with Tony Isbell about Angels. As for the season's "edginess," I'm eager to see what the Circuit lineup looks like.
All that said, let's not lose sight of the fact that Memphis is extraordinarily blessed with excellent theater.
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