A close-up look at TV news in Memphis — the good, the bad, and the fluffy.
"If it bleeds, it leads" is the conventional wisdom regarding local TV news programming. But how real is the hype? And if it's real,
The science and politics of climate change in the Mid-South.
" Clouds are gathering over the campus of the University of Memphis as I arrive at the office of Dorian J. Burnette, professor of
April Harbor Town Crawfish Festival Harbor Town is an ideal backdrop for one of the season's first festivals. This family-friendly event is a block
It’s the Grizzlies against the Spurs again in the playoffs. What’s different this time?
This is not the season the Grizzlies thought they'd have, for better or for worse. In their first year under new head coach David
The General Assembly brushes aside fringe matters and gets down to business.
The timetable of the Tennessee General Assembly once sprawled a bit, with a session ending sometime in May, generally. But now and then, one
CMT's television series tells the story of Sam Phillips and the little Memphis studio that changed the world.
Imagine what the world would look like today if Sam Phillips had never started a recording business out of 706 Union. The blues would
We’re (once again) planning for a new day on the Memphis riverfront.
The Downtown Memphis riverfront does not suffer from a lack of planning. Over the last quarter-century, a good dozen documents that could rightly be
Three young African-American artists talk about finding a voice in Memphis.
We get some choice comments here at The Memphis Flyer. Last week, we featured Memphis Black Restaurant Week in The Memphis Flyer weekly Food
Ghost River strikes Gold in The Memphis Flyer’s 2017 Beer Bracket Challenge.
Ghost River Gold is the best beer in Memphis, according to the nearly 1,500 voters in The Memphis Flyer & Aldo's Beer Bracket Challenge.
Local agencies offer life-changing resources to women involved in prostitution.
"Would any of you consider yourselves a victim?" Assistant District Attorney Abby Wallace asks a group of participants — women who'd been arrested for