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Jose Feliciano Plays Unannounced Memphis Gig

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In Praise of "Love and Murder" at Playhouse on the Square

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MATA Looks to Hire More Trolley Operators

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Listen Up: Cruelty of the Heavens

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VIDEO: SUV Driver Swerves Into Cyclists

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Ostranders to Honor Memphis Performers Who Died During 2017-18 Season

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Opening reception for "Consuming Passions II: A Collection of Images"

Opening reception for "Consuming Passions II: A Collection of Images"

Sun., Aug. 19, 3-6 p.m. @ Art Museum at the University of Memphis (AMUM)

Exhibition showcasing sports paraphernalia, Japanese prints, automobile art, posters and material culture from World War I and World War II, and pop-culture related artifacts.

Train Collectors Association Casey Jones Chapter Model Train Show and Sale

Sat., Oct. 6, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and Sat., Dec. 1, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. @ St. George's Episcopal Church

Featuring model trains, accessories, magazines, catalogs, parts for sale, and a model train layout. Great for kids.

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MATA Looks to Hire More Trolley Operators

MATA Looks to Hire More Trolley Operators

The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) is looking for new trolley operators and will host a job fair Thursday, August 23rd.

State Unemployment Rate Historically Low Third Month in a Row

The unemployment rate in Tennessee remained historically low across the state last month, according to state officials, but Memphis has one of the highest unemployment rates in the state.

VIDEO: SUV Driver Swerves Into Cyclists

A new video shows an SUV pulling a trailer swerving into a group of Memphis-area cyclists.

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Sports

Penny Hardaway: Hall of Famer?

Penny Hardaway: Hall of Famer?

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Pro Football Hall of Fame recently inducted their 2018 classes, Chipper Jones, Vlad Guerrero, Randy Moss, and Brian Urlacher, among others, joining their respective sport's pantheon of immortals.

Can Redbirds Weather Cardinals' Transition Storm?

In May 2013, Sports Illustrated published an issue with five St. Louis Cardinals — all starting pitchers — on the cover.

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Music

Jose Feliciano Plays Unannounced Memphis Gig

Jose Feliciano Plays Unannounced Memphis Gig

Jose Feliciano played Memphis Friday night — at the tiny Bar DKDC in Cooper-Young.

Gillian Welch Wows GPAC

An audience sat in rapt attention Thursday evening as Gillian Welch and David Rawlings presented the austere songs and sublime harmonies they've perfected over the past couple decades.

Listen Up: Cruelty of the Heavens

Thank Carl Jung for the band name “Cruelty of the Heavens.”

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Politics

Most Shelby County Election Results Were Predictable

Republicans were not the only ones dismayed at the results of the August 2nd election.

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Food & Drink

Welcome back, Restaurant Iris!

Welcome back, Restaurant Iris!

Restaurant Iris opened its door to invited guests for a soft opening, Friday, August 17th.

Pyro’s Expands Its Brand.

Chad Foreman and Kirk Cotham met while in grad school.

Cool As a Cucumber Drinks for Summer

I was enjoying dinner at Char last week — a payday tradition for me and a good friend — on one of those August days when the temperature soars so high that it feels like fall is a long way off.

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Opinion

Space Force: The Final Frontier of Lunacy

Space Force: The Final Frontier of Lunacy

Sorry, border wall.

Life Its Ownself, No Filter

The PGA Championship tournament was held in St. Louis last weekend.

Tribunes of the People

Let's get one thing straight: There is such a thing as "fake news," but 1) it isn't what Donald Trump says it is; and 2) his claim that he invented the term is itself a bit of fake news.

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Film/TV

Alpha

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Ever since I saw Werner Hertzog’s 2010 documentary Cave Of Forgotten Dreams, I have been interested in—possibly obsessed with—deep prehistory.

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Jason Statham gets ripped and fights giant sharks. Are you not entertained?

This Week At The Cinema: The Good, The Bad, and The Anime

It's a big week at the movies in Memphis, so we'll get right to it.

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