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Art After Dark

Every third Thursday, 6-8 p.m. @ The Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Galleries and gardens will be open late. Featuring light refreshments, entertainment, and a cash bar.

Travis Tritt

Sat., April 7, 7:30 p.m. @ EACC Fine Arts Center Gallery

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Local Organization Aims to Provide Bikes to Teens in South Memphis

Local Organization Aims to Provide Bikes to Teens in South Memphis

Revolutions Bicycle Co-Op, in partnership with The Works of South Memphis will launch a campaign Tuesday, Nov. 28 to bring bikes to teens in South Memphis.

Open Containers of Alcohol Could Soon Be Allowed on Main Street

Open plastic containers of alcohol could soon be allowed on Main Street after a Memphis City Council committee began discussion on the topic Tuesday, recommending the proposed ordinance for approval to the full council.

15 Covers for our 1,500th issue

This week marks the 1,500th issue of The Memphis Flyer and to celebrate we're sharing 15 of our favorite and most significant covers since '89.

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Sports

21 Thoughts on Tiger Football

21 Thoughts on Tiger Football

The University of Memphis has retired six jerseys.

Tigers 63, New Orleans 52

In a game between Memphis and New Orleans, it's fitting that a man named Rivers made the biggest impact.

Blazers 100, Grizzlies 92: Five Thoughts

The Grizzlies played a much better game Monday night against the Portland Trail Blazers than they did against Houston on Saturday, but the ultimate result was the same: a 100-92 loss.

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Music

Band Geeks: A Live Tribute to The Last Waltz

Band Geeks: A Live Tribute to The Last Waltz

On Thanksgiving Day of 1976, one of the seminal groups of the ’60s and ’70s, the Band, held their farewell concert at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco.

The Royal Treatment

There are but a handful of recording studios in the world that have operated continuously for over half a century.

Alive and Crooked: New music from the Crooked Vines

The Crooked Vines packed their trombones, saxophones, keyboards, and other gear into the Hi-Tone on a weekday night not long ago, when Memphis was still making up its mind about summer and autumn.

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Politics

Cohen, 5 House Colleagues Launch Impeachment Effort Against Trump

Cohen, 5 House Colleagues Launch Impeachment Effort Against Trump

Among the articles cited: Obstruction of justice, improper receipt of foreign and domestic emoluments, undermining the role of the judiciary and the rule of law, and undermining the freedom of the press.

Democrat Dean, On Nashville-Memphis Back-and-Forth: "I Love I-40!"

Before a diverse crowd gubernatorial candidate opens Memphis headquarters on Poplar Avenue in between campaigning trips in Shelby County; announces local steering committee.

The Bredesen Bubble; County Government Showdown

These are two issues that are commanding the attention of pol-watchers this week

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Food & Drink

South Main Market grand opening Dec. 2

South Main Market grand opening Dec. 2

It was announced today that South Main Market, an ambitious food hall downtown, will have its grand opening on Saturday, December 2nd.

Sunrise opening Nov. 27

The much anticipated new restaurant Sunrise from Central BBQ's Roger Sapp and Craig Blondis and Sweet Grass' Ryan Trimm will officially open Monday, November 27th.

LBOE's Champion Burger

In early November, LBOE competed at the World Food Championships (WFC), taking the prize for Best Burger over some 70 other teams.

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Opinion

Check Your Privilege. It Won’t Hurt.

Check Your Privilege. It Won’t Hurt.

The other day, I clicked on one of those viral videos on Facebook called "What privilege looks like."

Hello Boris! FCC Clears the Way for Right Wing Sinclair's Channel 3 Takeover

Well, we all knew it was going to happen, didn't we?

Memphis College of Art in the 1960's-70's

Additional "Art of the Deal" web extras will be more closely related to MCA's closing.

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Film/TV

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

For me, there’s nothing more satisfying than seeing a movie where everything clicks into place with utter perfection.

Music Video Monday: Jadewick

Your Music Video Monday needs a haircut.

Indie Memphis' Greatest Hits 5: Lights, Movement, And The Zoo

Welcome to our final installment of the Indie Memphis Greatest Hits series, which brings our list of the top vote getters in the Best of Indie Memphis poll to the present day.

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21 Thoughts on Tiger Football

Strait Shooter: Frank, very thoughtful piece. As a big Tigers fan, reading it warmed my heart and made me appreciate each of »

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Vote to Remove Memphis' Confederate Statues Held by City Council

Frank Ballard: FUNKbrs makes a good point. Still the statue is a very easy way for the politicians to say theyre working »

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Vote to Remove Memphis' Confederate Statues Held by City Council

crackoamerican: Mullins, what did I tell you about stirring up gutter trash?

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Vote to Remove Memphis' Confederate Statues Held by City Council

FUNKbrs: Call me crazy, but NBF's statue devalues human life and humans who feel their lives aren't valued tend to do »

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