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1997-2017: Twenty Years of Memphis Sports

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Music Video Monday: Letterman Jacket

Tiger Blue

Tigers 90, Bryant 72

Intermission Impossible

Waiting for Godot, J & K Cabaret, Elves, Fairies, Ghosts, and Actors

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Rock Against Racism Rises Again

Beyond the Arc

The Hustle Dispatch: Week 5


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First Friday at Five Coffee House Concert

First Friday of every month, 5 p.m. @ Howard Vance Guitar Academy

For more information and reservations, call 767-6940.

Waiting for Godot

Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays, 3 p.m. Continues through Dec. 17 @ The Dixon Gallery & Gardens

By Samuel Beckett as an absurdly comedic response to William Shakespeare’s King Lear. Prompts us all to ask ourselves, who or what are we waiting…

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Ground Breaks on 'I Am A Man' Plaza Near Clayborn Temple

Ground Breaks on 'I Am A Man' Plaza Near Clayborn Temple

Ground broke Monday on the I Am A Man commemorative plaza downtown, set to open by April 2018 in time for the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death.

Explore Bike Share Wants Memphians' Input on Sites for Future Stations

Explore Bike Share, launching here in spring 2018, is asking Memphians to help decide where the first 60 bike stations should be located in the city.

Reforms Proposed for 'Smart' State Juvenile Justice System

A raft of reforms to the state’s juvenile justice system could shrink the number of offending youths placed out of their homes and save the state $36 million over five years, according to a report issued Thursday.

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1997-2017: Twenty Years of Memphis Sports

1997-2017: Twenty Years of Memphis Sports

December is a month for reflection.

Thunder 102, Grizzlies 101: Five Extremely Dumb Overtime Thoughts

The Grizzlies lost in spectacular fashion on Saturday night after leading by as many as 20 points, before turning in a 9-point third quarter and one of the most mystifyingly mindless fourth quarters I've ever seen from a Memphis team.

Tigers 90, Bryant 72

A Memphis Tiger team desperate for a consistent shooter inserted Jamal Johnson into the starting lineup Saturday afternoon and the freshman from Birmingham made the case for regular membership in that quintet.

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Europa My Mirror: Quintron’s Tales From the Road

Europa My Mirror: Quintron’s Tales From the Road

Quintron, arguably the best one-name performer since Prince or Cher, is no stranger to Memphis.

Rock Against Racism Rises Again

For those who came of age in the first blush of punk rock, before it was codified into a “sound,” the movement known as “Rock Against Racism” was a clarion call of the new aesthetic.

The Hold Steady's New Single and "Massive Nights" in Brooklyn

“Thanks for listenin', thanks for understandin'/Can't you see I'm feeling so abandoned,” sings Craig Finn on the newly-released single from the Hold Steady, “Entitlement Crew” b/w “Snake in the Shower.” Recorded this November in Brooklyn, NY, with producer Josh Kaufman, it's the first new music from the band in nearly four years, and the first studio recording to feature longtime keyboard player Franz Nicolay since 2008's Stay Positive. 

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Harold Ford Jr. Latest Figure Cited for Sexual Harassment

Harold Ford Jr. Latest Figure Cited for Sexual Harassment

Former Memphis congressman, once considered a good bet for higher office and of late still prominent on the national political scene, loses executive position at Wall St. firm of Morgan Stanley in wake of woman's accusations, which he denies.

Bredesen Enters U.S. Senate Race

The former Governor, last Democrat to win a major statewide race in Tennessee, brings name recognition and the likelihood of serious support into a political arena dominated since his tenure by Republicans,

Busting Some Moves

Democrats work the suburbs; Tate withdraws from ALEC; County Commission hires Allan Wade to combat Luttrell suit.

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Food & Drink

Give Booze. It’s Always the Right Size

Give Booze. It’s Always the Right Size

I haven't had a drop of alcohol in a week.

A trio of businesses designed with your diet in mind

Christina Bognet was an MIT grad working long hours in a consulting job.

Spaghetti Warehouse Auction

All that cool stuff at Spaghetti Warehouse could be yours.

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Protect Net Neutrality

Protect Net Neutrality

The free flow of information is critical not only to facilitate our commerce, but to ensure that our democracy thrives.

Band Pictures of Olde: Goods, Bads & Fuglies Part One

Crazy Town takes top honors in round one.

Pyramid Dreams: Plans for a 'Mid that Never Made

As the Flyer prepares to move offices I've been going through a lot of old band photos, pulling out as many Memphis and Memphis-related images as I can identify, keeping a basic set of interesting stuff and disposing of at least 25 of the newspaper's accumulated 30-lbs of Cowboy Mouth promo photos.

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Music Video Monday: Letterman Jacket

Music Video Monday: Letterman Jacket

Today's Music Video Monday is a message from outer space!

The Disaster Artist

James Franco’s hilarious love letter to the worst film ever.

Music Video Monday: Kingpin Skinny Pimp

Music Video Monday is in throwback mode.

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