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Ed Stefanski Leaving Grizzlies to Join Detroit Pistons

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Explore Bike Share Officially Launches

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Memphis Pets of the Week (May 24-30)

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Artist reception for "The Art of Kathryn James"

Artist reception for "The Art of Kathryn James"

Fri., May 25, 6-9 p.m. and Sat., May 26, 6-9 p.m. @ Crosstown Arts

Exhibition of tablecloths, bedspreads, clothing, doilies, and other beautiful items in celebration of her life by Donna James Regel’s Mom.

2018 Memphis Zombie Walk

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Benefiting the Memphis Food Bank. Staging for makeup starts in Handy Park at 3:30 p.m.

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Sons of Confederate Veterans to Appeal Memphis Statue Ruling

Sons of Confederate Veterans to Appeal Memphis Statue Ruling

The Sons of Confederate Veterans is appealing a ruling by the Davidson County Chancery Court that said Memphis acted legally in removing Confederate monuments.

VIDEO: Ride Along With the Big Roll Out

Explore Bike Share launched its 600-bike, 60-station bike share network here Wednesday.

Breaking the Silence on Shelby County's Opioid Crisis

On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Cody Stephens became the 59th person in Shelby County to die from a heroin-fentanyl overdose.

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Sports

Ed Stefanski Leaving Grizzlies to Join Detroit Pistons

Ed Stefanski Leaving Grizzlies to Join Detroit Pistons

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported this morning that Grizzlies Executive Vice President Ed Stefanski will be leaving for Detroit, where he's expected to "overhaul" the Pistons' basketball ops in the wake of Stan Van Gundy's departure:

NBA Draft Doldrums

Live long enough and you’ll see your share of game-changing NBA drafts.

Jerry Jarrett Hosting New Podcast

Legendary former Memphis wrestling promoter Jerry Jarrett announced on Twitter this week that he plans to launch a podcast.

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Music

New Daisy Theatre Celebrates 75 Years on Beale Street

New Daisy Theatre Celebrates 75 Years on Beale Street

"I wanna die just like JFK!" the singer announced.

Quintron Brings Weather Warlock to Bar DKDC

This Friday, a slight chance of thunderstorms will give way to clear skies in the evening, with temps hovering around 70 degrees.

Beale Street Caravan Produces “I Listen to Memphis” Video Series

Kevin Cubbins, executive director of Beale Street Caravan, says it was time for the long-running radio show to change directions.

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Politics

Bredesen's Modest Bio, Common Touch Score with Local Democrats

Bredesen's Modest Bio, Common Touch Score with Local Democrats

Phil Bredesen came to Memphis on Thursday, and, in a meeting thrown together at the last minute by the Shelby County Democratic Women, convincingly reintroduced himself, not as some silver-spooned entrepreneur/politician from Nashville, but as the struggling son of a single-parent family, uprooted from his original home outside Boston when, as he explained, “my father found a woman he liked better than my mother and took off.”

Randy Boyd: Different From His TV Ads?

One of the oddest statewide political campaigns in Tennessee history is being run right now, and, if various polls are correct, it could end up being one of the most successful, as well.

Keeping Score in Strickland's Tent at the Barbecue Fest

The annual Memphis Barbecue Festival is under way downtown, and, as usual, the city’s chief executive — these days it’s Jim Strickland — opened things up on Wednesday night with an opening reception at the big mayoral tent, which, by tradition, was the first hospitality tent on the south end of Tom Lee Park, closest to the Beale Street.

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Food & Drink

Crosstown Brewing’s Brake Czech is a Winner

Crosstown Brewing’s Brake Czech is a Winner

I clearly remember when Czechoslovakia voted itself out of existence.

Opening soon: Elemento Neapolitan Pizza and Global Cafe.

Originally, the pizza place in the Crosstown Concourse was going to be called Radici, Italian for roots.

Margarita Fest

We can just about guaran-damn-tee you it's going to be hot as hell on June 2nd, so how about a little something to chase the heat away.

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Opinion

Remembering Dave Clancy

Remembering Dave Clancy

My friend Dave Clancy transitioned into the Mystic last Tuesday.

Memphis Could Learn From Glasgow’s “Miracle”

The alarm blares and the baggage carousel starts moving.

The Fall of King Don

There's this classic soul song that you should hear called "Everybody Plays the Fool," by The Main Ingredient.

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Film/TV

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Ryan Reynolds Takes On Superhero Cliches In This Bloody Spoof

Milos Forman's Debut Loves of a Blonde Screens Tonight

This week, Indie Memphis continues its collaboration with Memphis In May with the debut film from a director who has an intimate connection with Memphis.

Music Video Monday: Lisa Mac

Remember, folks, it's not too late for Music Video Monday to take you back.

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“Battle for Cooper-Young” at Crosstown Arts

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Remembering Dave Clancy

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Randy Boyd: Different From His TV Ads?

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Sons of Confederate Veterans to Appeal Memphis Statue Ruling

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