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The Sparks Brothers: Your Favorite Band’s Favorite Band

Chris McCoy

Earlier this week, I got to watch New Orleans filmmaker Randy Mack experience The Sparks Brothers live on Twitter. It went something like this:  5 min: “Hilarious Mockumentary”  10 min “Wait, is this real?”  15 min “Well-doctored vintage footage—funny!”  25 min “OK, this must be real.”  30 min “haha ‘Muff Winwood’ what a sick parody”  […]

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The Sparks Brothers: Your Favorite Band’s Favorite Band

Earlier this week, I got to watch New Orleans filmmaker Randy Mack experience The Sparks Brothers live on Twitter. It went something like this:  5 min: “Hilarious Mockumentary”  10 min “Wait, is this real?”  15 min “Well-doctored vintage footage—funny!”  25 min “OK, this must be real.”  30 min “haha ‘Muff Winwood’ what a sick parody”  […]

Juneteenth Questioned as National Holiday, West Tennessee’s Birthday Poster, Tax Coffers Full, and, Like, A Ton of Tourism Jobs

The Black conservative Project 21 group said making Juneteenth a national holiday could further divide Americans.

Goalkeeper Chaos as 901 FC Secures Victory in Home Opener

It all looked pretty cut and dried when Skylar Thomas thundered home a header to give Memphis the lead in the second half of its home opener at AutoZone Park. Having played with a man advantage for most of the game, all 901 FC needed was to pass the ball around and run down the […]

The Walk on Union Adds Two New Partners

The Walk on Union, a mixed-use smart development formerly known as Union Row, announced the addition of two new partners as progress continues on the project. Allworld Project Management is now on board to lead coordination and logistics, while Flintco joins the team as lead general contractor on the $367 million phase 1.  “This one-of-a-kind […]