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Booksigning by Philip Jett

Wed., Oct. 25, 6 p.m. @ Novel

Author discusses and signs The Death of an Heir: Adolph Coors III and the Murder That Rocked an American Brewing Dynasty.

"Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper"

Through Jan. 7, 2018 @ The Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Exhibition of recreated historic fashions.

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Three Local University Leaders Sign Letter Supporting Dreamers

Three Local University Leaders Sign Letter Supporting Dreamers

Presidents at three of Memphis’ higher level institutions added their signatures to a letter late last week urging Congress to pass legislation that permanently protects Dreamers.

Rhodes Students Launch 'Odd Job' App

A few Rhodes College students have launched a startup company, QuickFix, to help students find odd jobs by helping residents in the community.

MATA Proposes to End Ikea Route, Alter Others

The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) will be accepting public feedback on its new proposed route changes through midnight on Friday, Oct. 20.

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Sports

National Baseball Day

National Baseball Day

“As long as the grass is that luscious green, as long as the uniforms inspire young jaws to sag, and as long as the taste of Cracker Jack and the sound of ball on bat remain the same, baseball will be the delightful diversion to workaday life it was meant to be.”

Grizzlies 111, Warriors 101: Five Thoughts

Saturday night at FedExForum, the Grizzlies pulled off an improbable win over the defending champion Golden State Warriors in a game that was really only ever close in a few spots.

Beyond the Arc Podcast #84: The Dillon Brooks Era

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about:

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Chris Phillips benefit

Chris Phillips benefit

Racquets, FreeWorld, The Sheiks and Pop Ritual will perform from 6 to 9 tonight at ChrisCrosswalk Benefit at The Blue Monkey, 2012 Madison.

A Week's Tribute to Jimmie Lunceford

Ron Herd II is a man with a mission, and a very Memphi-centric one at that: to honor the memory of the great jazz band leader, Jimmie Lunceford.

Butthole Surfers and Bad Seeds Salute the Man in Black

If "leave 'em wanting more," is still sound advice in show business this 4-track Johnny Cash tribute CD 5-Minutes to Live is the new gold standard, uniting old punks like Buzz Osborne of the Melvins and Warren Ellis of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds with original Tennessee Three drummer W.S. Holland.

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Fincher Ready to Take on "Career Politician" Blackburn in GOP Senate Primary

Fincher Ready to Take on "Career Politician" Blackburn in GOP Senate Primary

Former 8th District Congressman says Number One issue will be the ongoing opioid epidemic and faults his ex-House colleague, a major sponsor of suspect legislation exposed on 60 Minutes, for inability to "see what's going on around us."

New Names on the Marquee

Ford in the future, Bredesen in the present, and Fincher versus Blackburn?

Filling in the Blanks

If Rip Van Winkle happened to be not a fictional character from a previous century but  a current resident of Shelby County, Tennessee, he would not have had to nod off for a full score of years to wake up to a drastically changed landscape.

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Food & Drink

Jonathan Magallanes: Making those flavors work

Jonathan Magallanes: Making those flavors work

Jonathan Magallanes is a big dog rider in the kitchen.

Mead-Based Drinking: Oh, Honey!

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Tater Tots Now Available at All Huey's

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A Post About Gluten Free Strippers and Effing Traffic

A Post About Gluten Free Strippers and Effing Traffic

Well, this was brought to my attention.

Amazon Prime-time

There's been a lot of discussion lately about luring Amazon to build its second company headquarters, to be called Amazon HQ2, in Memphis.

Invest in Yourself, Memphis

After decades of depression, Memphis finally finds itself in the early stage of a renaissance.

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Film/TV

Music Video Monday: Porcelan

Music Video Monday: Porcelan

Today's Music Video Monday is for all you folks out there who are keeping it together.

Documentary 1948: Creation and Catastrophe Explores the Roots of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The documentary 1948: Creation and Catastrophe will screen at Rhodes College tonight, Friday, October 20 at 6:30 PM.

The Florida Project

Orlando grifters live on the edge in director Sean Baker’s follow up to Tangerine.

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A Post About Gluten Free Strippers and Effing Traffic

CL Mullins: Dammit, up till now I've gotten away with blaming all my sore joint rubbing and itching on a gluten intolerance. »

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A Post About Gluten Free Strippers and Effing Traffic

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A Week's Tribute to Jimmie Lunceford

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Rhodes Students Launch 'Odd Job' App

Ben Siegel: The app is currently being redeveloped but visit www.quikfixjobs.com to post a job in the meantime or call 901-410-2107 for »

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