These Memphis punks are getting national buzz as their new LP, Cosmetic, is about to drop.
Some might believe that NOTS appeared out of the Memphis punk ether, that the ghost of Jay Reatard was granted one good deed to
Downtown's historic theater is getting a fresh paint job, revamped bathrooms, and more.
Brett Batterson, the new CEO of the Orpheum, got his first taste of the pitfalls of running a century-old theater before he had even
Broadband and Elvis
Verbatim "While we continue to review the decision, it appears to halt the promise of jobs, investment, and opportunity that community broadband has provided
The nearly one mile section will be part of a greenway connecting downtown to Collierville.
Deep in the heart of Raleigh, hidden away behind two large apartment complexes that face James Road, is a 66-acre oasis of lush vegetation,
Fueled by $3.8 billion in investments — and counting — the city's core is blossoming.
Nashville gives Memphis "crane envy." That's the well-worn joke, anyway. So many construction projects are rising all over Music City that there are calls
A fond farewell to Curry Todd
Goodbye, Mr. Todd Fly on the Wall is in mourning. Last week, we said goodbye to WMC reporter Jason Miles, who'll soon be chest-bumping
Bolton High School senior offers new paper after The Teen Appeal loses funding.
Bolton High School senior Lily Donaldson doesn't give up easily. After The Teen Appeal — the now-defunct, Scripps-funded citywide student newspaper — lost its
The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) began reducing bus fares for all Shelby County School students on August 8th, the first day of classes.
The Vice Versa Conventions by Jackson Baker CLEVELAND, PHILADELPHIA — At both of the major-party conventions' conclusions, there was serious tension and distrust between the
Miles Files This isn't fresh news, but Fly on the Wall would be remiss in not reporting that WMC news reporter Jason Miles
TVA may drill wells into the Memphis Sands aquifer to cool new gas plant.
The source of Memphis' beloved clean drinking water — the Memphis Sands Aquifer — could soon be tapped for up to 3.5 million gallons