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Peabody Rooftop Party

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Meet on the roof for music and fun.

"The Quick and the Dead"

Aug. 18-Sept. 23 @ Art Museum at the University of Memphis (AMUM)

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Orion Federal Credit Union issued a press release today announcing plans to move the company's headquarters into the former Wonder Bread building on Monroe in the Edge District.

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Institute Changes

Major changes could be on the way for the Urban Child Institute (TUCI) as board members are set to soon vote on some new directions for the non-profit organization as it prepares a physical move into Crosstown Concourse.

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It’s safe to say the world changed on August 16, 1977, when Elvis Presley died at his Graceland mansion.

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Welcome to the most sonically fluid age in history; a gazillion sounds can be yours for the asking.

Movin’ On Up

Church Health is unique among Memphis institutions.

Trap Revival: Moneybagg Yo & the Second Coming of CMG

There wasn’t a group prayer, but the anticipatory energy, the pop and rumble from the crowd, and the obligatory smoke (fog and otherwise), called for one.

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Cohen to Introduce Articles of Impeachment against Trump

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Ranking member of House Judiciary subcommittee says, apropos Charlottesville and President's apparent defense of the white nationalist fomentors there: "There are no good Nazis. There are no good Klansmen."

Jesse Jackson: The Prophet in Memphis

Jesse Jackson was in Memphis this past weekend, rekindling memories of a mission -- political as much as religious -- still in need of fulfillment.

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But Senators Alexander, Corker, and Rep. Kustoff single out White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis by name for Charlottesville blame.

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Now open in Crosstown Concourse: French Truck and I Love Juice Bar

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For a while there, the running joke was that Geoffrey Meeker's laundry smelled like coffee.

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Downtown Rotary to Move to Clayborn Temple

Next month, the Rotary Club of Memphis, which was chartered in 1914 and has seen much local history, will embrace one of the most honored and venerable symbols of that history when it begins its regular weekly club meetings at the historic Clayborn Temple downtown.

Many Sides: The Mantra of Evil

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." — Edmund Burke

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Tonight and next Thursday, August 24, at the Malco Paradiso, Doctor Who gets skewered.

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Music Video Monday: Elvis Presley

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Cohen to Introduce Articles of Impeachment against Trump

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