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General Hospital Fan Celebration Weekend

Jan. 18-20 @ Graceland

The weekend celebration is an all-inclusive three-day weekend packed full of General Hospital stars, parties, panels, shows, dinners, autographs, photo ops, and a live Rick…

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Fri., Jan. 18, 6:30-9:30 p.m. @ Memphis Pink Palace Museum

The popular annual event is a combination beer tasting and education workshop that raises money for the Pink Palace Museum’s Education Department.

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Memphians Vie to be Best Pinball Player in State

Memphians Vie to be Best Pinball Player in State

Five Memphians will put their flipper skills and endurance to the test, as they travel to Nashville this weekend to compete in the second Tennessee State Pinball Championship.

The Wellness Issue

Here are 8 ways to feel better and get 2019 off to a healthy start.

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Is It Time To Crank Up The Tank?

Is It Time To Crank Up The Tank?

This time last year, I created a hashtag on Twitter that would serve as a coping mechanism for fans who were left to deal with the doom and gloom of that losing season.

Isaac Bruce: Hall of Famer

Isaac Bruce was born at the perfect time.

Tigers 83, Tulane 79

The Tigers withstood a late run by Tulane in a near-empty Devlin Fieldhouse Sunday to secure their second straight win and sixth in seven games.

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Music

Monterosso Meets Memphis: Italian Guitarist Finds a Home

Monterosso Meets Memphis: Italian Guitarist Finds a Home

With foreigners and asylum-seekers now becoming the objects of some folks' daily two-minute hate, it's worth noting the value of immigrants in the Memphis music scene.

Listen Up: Bailey Bigger

Bailey Bigger wrote her first hit song - “Best Small Town” - when she was 12.

The Sore Losers: A Monstrous Mash-Up Rises From The Grave

One of the highlights of last year's Gonerfest 15 was the screening of director Mike McCarthy's The Sore Losers at Studio on the Square.

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Politics

Four For the Senate

Four For the Senate

In the first of two scheduled formal debates this week, the four Republican candidates to succeed newly minted federal judge Mark Norris in his vacated District 32 state Senate seat struggled to separate themselves from each other before an audience largely composed of pre-existing partisans for one hopeful or another.

No Surprise: Strickland Announces for Reelection

The least surprising piece of news, surely, of this still young century was officially communicated to the Memphis public Tuesday morning with the announcement that Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland will … run again.

Works in Progress

"Nine days!

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Food & Drink

Midtown Donuts Opening February 1st

Midtown Donuts Opening February 1st

Midtown Donuts, at the site of Donald's Donuts, is set to open February 1st, according to owner Ly Touch.

Good People: ‘Bama’s Best Beer

Any beer nerd will tell you that one of the great things about the whole craft beer scene is traveling someplace and discovering some new and fantastic brewery while you are away from your hometown go-to.

A visit to the B-Side Memphis.

The winds of change have blown through the Memphis bar and restaurant scene over the past couple of years.

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Opinion

On Gannett, The Commercial Appeal, and Digital First

On Gannett, The Commercial Appeal, and Digital First

"I am most afraid of our important, consequential work getting upended because our business model is further disrupted."

The Clean Butt Club

I woke up in the middle of the night last Friday.

Time to Get Rid of the Electoral College

As the new session of Congress gets underway, members are submitting legislation to be considered over the next two years.

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What do you do about a problem like Dick Cheney?

Street Ball: Memphis and Manhattan filmmakers team up to premiere independent film Out of Bounds.

There’s nothing quite so easy to identify with as a rock-and-a-hard-place situation.

Music Video Monday: Bleu Levees

Today's Music Video Monday is just cruisin' Rapper Bleu Levees makes his MVM debut with "Michael".

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