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30 Thursdays at the Garden

30 Thursdays at the Garden

Thursdays. Continues through Oct. 31 @ Memphis Botanic Garden

On Thursday nights throughout Daylight Savings Time extended hours until sunset open to members at no cost and to guests paying daily fee for free…

Taste of Science Festival: Comedy of Science

Thu., April 26, 7-9 p.m. @ Belle Tavern

Laughter and learning packed into one evening.

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LITE Memphis invests in teenagers with an eye toward closing the racial wealth gap

LITE Memphis invests in teenagers with an eye toward closing the racial wealth gap

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The Memphis Zoo denies that a former female employee "was discriminated or retaliated against" because of her gender.

Students Deliver Safety Demands to School Board

Please do not arm our teachers.

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Sports

Report: Grizzlies Working to Make Bickerstaff Head Coach

Report: Grizzlies Working to Make Bickerstaff Head Coach

Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports that the Grizzlies are working to remove the "interim" title from head coach J.B. Bickerstaff:

Penny Speaks, We Listen

Anfernee Hardaway hosted his first formal press conference as head coach of the University of Memphis basketball team last week.

Meddlesome Brewing releases Jerry ‘The King’ Lager

Watch out Budweiser, the "King of Wrestling" is coming for your throne as the “King of Beers.” This week, Memphis-based Meddlesome Brewing Company is rolling out its newest offering: Jerry “The King” Lager.

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Music

Sweet Home ... Memphis: Larry Heard Releases “Celestial Hemispheres”

Sweet Home ... Memphis: Larry Heard Releases “Celestial Hemispheres”

When dance music fans around the world hear the name Larry Heard, they think of Chicago.

Keith Sykes Leads Ardent Into a New Era

The legendary Ardent Studios was dealt a major blow over three years ago, when John Hampton, one of Ardent's chief producers, and John Fry, the studio's founder and owner, passed away within five days of each other.

MonoNeon Featured in Bandcamp Daily

It's no secret that the most reliable and widely-used online platform for independent artists today is Bandcamp.com.

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Politics

Bipartisan Crossovers in Mid-South Primary Races

Bipartisan Crossovers in Mid-South Primary Races

Very soon, with the completion of the May 1st Shelby County election, local political attention will shift to the forthcoming Round Two election on August 2nd, when the county general election takes place, along with primary voting for state and federal positions.

Early Voting: Low Turnout; Democrats Out-voting Republicans

With early voting destined to end Thursday of this week , Election Commission figures show that, through Wednesday, 32,524 people — or 5.85 percent of registered voters — had cast their ballot.

Weekend Review: Confederate Statues Loom Over GOP Debates

If there was a common theme in the two important debates held in Memphis on Wednesday — one for three Republican county mayor candidates at the Marriott East and another for three GOP gubernatorial candidates at the Halloran Center Downtown — it was one that would surely have gratified the ghosts of Jefferson Davis and Nathan Bedford Forrest.

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Food & Drink

No-No Noir: That $2.99 Bottle of Red is Probably Over-priced

No-No Noir: That $2.99 Bottle of Red is Probably Over-priced

Since I started writing this column, I’ve been told that no wine is too cheap for me to drink.

Now open: Slice of Soul Pizza Lounge and Smackers.

Howard Bell and Anthony Latiker are childhood friends who grew up across the way from each other.

Meet Bluefin chef Ja Min Lee

Ja Min Lee doesn’t smoke, drink alcohol or caffeine.

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Opinion

Naming Names

Naming Names

The weeds keep multiplying in our garden, which is our mind ruled by fear.

War Stories

Several months ago, the Flyer featured a cover story with local musicians recounting their "Worst Gigs Ever."

GOP Schism Over Whether to Protect Mueller

What are we to make of arch-conservative Republican Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina taking a stand against President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell?

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Film/TV

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place

Actors Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are both expert at little looks.

You Were Never Really Here

Joaquin Phoenix plays the most dangerous game

Jones Rolling With Short Films

Mark Jones hasn’t made a feature film in several years, but he’s on a roll with short films.

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GOP Schism Over Whether to Protect Mueller

Katy Berman: I am very disappointed that Senator Tillis would be the originator of this slap in the face to President Trump. »

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Strickland Presents Public Safety-Focused 2019 Budget

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Wealth, Poverty, and Race in Memphis — Myths and Misconceptions.

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Weekend Review: Confederate Statues Loom Over GOP Debates

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