Fly on the Wall 

Struck Blind William Inge's Picnic is a steamy little play. As you can see from this promotional image from the 1955 film with William Holden, a little skin is not unprecedented.

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But there's something about Theatre Memphis' poster. Maybe it's the Blue Velvet background or perhaps the straight-to-video pose that suggests a cameo by Ron Jeremy.

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Theories Evolve Standing ovation for Republican Bill Dunn for his work on a bill that allows for the teaching of alternatives to evolution. Let's all join together and break the shackles of math and history to create a better Tennessee, where developing young intellects can reflect on the War of Northern Aggression and proudly declare that 1+1 does not necessarily equal 6.

Verbatim From an email alerting Midtowners to a potential threat: "Lt. Barham of the Union Station Task Force is asking for our help in locating an orange Chevrolet Tahoe that has recently been breaking into cars and taking purses. If you see such a car in Midtown, get the license plate and contact Lt. Barham immediately." Never turn your back on a Chevy. They'll cut you.

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