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Booksigning by Richard Cahan and Michael Williams

Booksigning by Richard Cahan and Michael Williams

Tue., Nov. 12, 6:30 p.m. @ Crosstown Theater

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Fantastical Writers of the Mid-South

Second Thursday of every month, 7 p.m. @ Barnes & Noble

For writers who specialize in science-fiction/fantasy/etc.

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Project Would Transform U of M's Radio Station

Project Would Transform U of M's Radio Station

The University of Memphis radio station, WUMR FM 91.7, could transform if a deal with the station, The Daily Memphian, and Crosstown Concourse is approved by the university board.

Everyday Climate Change: Four Thoughts on Climate and Cold Weather

Everyday Climate Change is an occasional series from the Memphis Flyer about the ways climate change is already affecting our everyday lives.

MEMernet: Rainbows, Woman Yelling at a Cat, and a $20 Popeye's Sandwich

[image-12] Storms here earlier this week yielded mega-pixels of internet gold as several captured and shared a colorful rainbow that spanned the Memphis sky afterwards.

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The Wiseman Case

The Wiseman Case

James Wiseman should be starting at center for Memphis.

Wiseman Declared Ineligible (But Plays in Tiger Win)

Do unicorns exist if they're declared ineligible by the NCAA?

#14 Tigers 97, South Carolina State 64

"James Wiseman makes the game a lot easier for everybody." — Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway The 99th season of Memphis Tiger basketball opened Tuesday night at FedExForum with the number one on the mind of every fan in attendance.

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What's In A Name? Wreckless Eric Brings Transience to Bar DKDC

What's In A Name? Wreckless Eric Brings Transience to Bar DKDC

“I’ve got this name, and it doesn’t fit.

Do Right Man

The word "songwriter" is thrown around freely in the music business, but such ubiquity fails to convey the full spectrum of the craft.

Not Hanging Back: Atlanta Trio The Coathangers Returns!

The last time Atlanta garage-punk trio The Coathangers played Memphis, they ended their set at the old Hi-Tone with a merch manager – their drummer’s then-boyfriend – that barely had his arm attached to his body.

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Final Wash: County Commission Approves Funding for UM Natatorium

Final Wash: County Commission Approves Funding for UM Natatorium

Monday's meeting of the Shelby County Commission was either an exercise in the art of democratic compromise at its best, or it was wishy-washy pretend legislation at its worst.

Is Berlin Boyd Using a 2015 Robocall?

And, if so, why? The call mentions Boyd's 2015 runoff opponent, Anthony Anderson, not his current opponent, Michalyn Easter-Thomas.

City Election’s Final Races Head Into the Stretch

Thursday, November 14th, two weeks from now, will see the final voting for the 2019 Memphis city election.

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Food & Drink

Grind City Coffee Hosts Caffeine Crawl this Weekend

Grind City Coffee Hosts Caffeine Crawl this Weekend

Grind City Coffee is bringing Caffeine Crawl to Memphis on Saturday, November 16th, with three caffeinated routes.

UPDATE: Bardog (Once Again) Reopens

Well, that sump pump officials with Bardog Tavern bought yesterday must have worked.

Dr. Bean's Coffee at Puck Food Hall

Dr. Bean's Coffee Roasters, which is co-owned by Dr. Albert Bean and Charles Billings, imports coffee beans from around the world and "roasts them with care" to ensure an unparalleled coffee-drinking experience.

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Opinion

Graball Landing

Graball Landing

By the time you read this, you'll probably know who the good citizens of Mississippi have elected as their next governor.

The Housing Game: Investment vs. Human Rights

All of my bedrooms and homes growing up had term limits: four years.

On Following the Law

Where matters of law are concerned, it is obviously useful to have a consensus on what this or that law or legal regulation means.

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Music Video Monday: Indie Memphis Winners

Music Video Monday: Indie Memphis Winners

Have all you cinephiles recovered from Indie Memphis yet?

Jojo Rabbit

Taika Waititi takes on fascism in the brilliant Jojo Rabbit.

Indie Memphis Day 5: High Art, Music Videos, and Penny Hardaway

You're going to be hard pressed to see everything great on Indie Memphis Sunday, so some triage is in order.

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