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MEMernet: #SunsOutBunsOut

MEMernet: #SunsOutBunsOut

If you were on social media at all this weekend, you probably saw this man.

U of M President Says School Will Pay $15 Per Hour in Two Years

A week after the most recent conversation about living wages at the University of Memphis heated up, U of M president David Rudd sent a letter to faculty saying that his commitment to providing all employees with a living wage “remains firm.”

New Grant Up For LGBTQ-Friendly Nonprofits

Is your nonprofit organization super friendly to the LGBTQ+ community?

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The NBA's Supermen

The NBA's Supermen

Quentin Tarantino likes Superman.

Grizz Add Young Steady Hand In Tyus Jones

The Grizzlies officially added a young, yet experienced point guard in Tyus Jones.

Super Collier to the Rescue as 901 FC Routs Hartford

After an unstoppable performance, the specter of Elliot Collier will long haunt the nightmares of Hartford Athletic.

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Super Low Releases Self-Titled Debut at B-Side

Bluff City fans of melodic pop songs with jangly guitars, ear-worm hooks, and layers of piano, strings, and piano have new reason to rejoice: Memphis-based Super Low will release their self-titled debut album at B-Side inside Minglewood Hall on Friday, July 12th.

Why Should I Care? New Chilton Film is in the Works

Back in 1982, a young Memphian and his friend were planning a trip to New Orleans when an acquaintance asked for a ride.

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Trump Endorsement of Hagerty Senate Bid May Have Force of Edict

Trump Endorsement of Hagerty Senate Bid May Have Force of Edict

Presidential tweet boosting candidacy of Ambassador to Japan would seem to foreclose further Republican competition for seat being vacated by U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander. Nashville Democrat Mackler also seeks the seat.

Haslam Says No to Senate Race; Kustoff Says Maybe

8th District Congressman teases availability for run at Alexander seat; others are likely to be heard from

Mayor Lee Harris’ Recent Actions Cause a Stir

Even as most local attention begins to focus on the ongoing city election campaigns, including a multi-candidate race for Memphis mayor, another mayor, namely Lee Harris of Shelby County, is suddenly generating public attention — and controversy.

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Ryan Trimm to Open Funky Downtown Bar

Ryan Trimm to Open Funky Downtown Bar

It doesn’t have a name - and might never have one - but visitors to the basement of 3rd & Court Diner in Hotel Indigo soon will be transported back to the ‘60s and ‘70s.

Literature-Themed Cafe Planned for Vacant Madison Building

A new literature-themed dessert lounge is in the works for a three-story building on Madison.

3rd & Court Now Open

On the wall of the newly opened 3rd & Court, near Court Square Downtown, is a cluster of throwback recipes serving as wallpaper.

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“Ignorance is Strength”

“Ignorance is Strength”

The temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska, hit 90 degrees this week, an all-time record.

Farewell, Clean Power; Trump’s EPA Plan Will Make Pollution Worse

Last week, the Trump Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized its Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) regulation to replace the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP).

Champions! The USWNT Deserves Equal Pay for Equal Play

Women deserve pay equal to their male counterparts in every circumstance and on all stages. There is no reasoning, no logic, and no basis to support why women, doing the same job as men — and in some cases doing it better — should be paid less because of their gender. Over the past few weeks, the U.S. women's national soccer team dominated the World Cup championship in France, taking home the trophy for the second straight time. The team's 2-0 victory over the Netherlands on Monday was their fourth World Cup title and further secured the players' spot in the pantheon of the world's great athletes. 

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Music Video Monday: Louise Page

Music Video Monday: Louise Page

Music Video Monday won't leave you at the altar — unless you deserve it.

Pop Art, The Monkees, and a Social Media Tragedy This Week At The Movies

Tonight (Wednesday) at the Malco Powerhouse, Indie Memphis presents a groundbreaking hybrid documentary from 1974.

Music Video Monday: Heels

Today's Music Video Monday is reaching for that golden chalice.

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