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Uncle Henry’s Edges Closer to Moon Lake Return

Michael Donahue

Since I’m super excited about the iconic restaurant-bar Uncle Henry’s reopening on Moon Lake near Clarksdale, Mississippi – hopefully before July 4th – here’s some more info about it. In addition to being its general manager, Whitney Myers, 35, is the creative force behind the renovated restaurant, says owner Donald Knapp. “We just started discussing […]

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Uncle Henry’s Edges Closer to Moon Lake Return

Since I’m super excited about the iconic restaurant-bar Uncle Henry’s reopening on Moon Lake near Clarksdale, Mississippi – hopefully before July 4th – here’s some more info about it. In addition to being its general manager, Whitney Myers, 35, is the creative force behind the renovated restaurant, says owner Donald Knapp. “We just started discussing […]

Memphis Whistle to Open in Cooper Young as “a Restaurant that Serves Alcohol”

If you wanted to reach Margaritaville on June 11th, you headed east on Madison Avenue, took a right on Cooper and another right on Trimble, and you were there.  Except it was called “Memphis Flyer’s Margarita Festival.” Memphis Whistle, which participated in the festival for the first time this year and came in third place […]

Music Video Monday: “Let’s Do It Again” by Reigning Sound

Music Video Monday is at it again! Reigning Sound is currently on a high note. Since Greg Cartwright reunited his original Memphis lineup of Jeremy Scott, Greg Roberson, and the Memphis Flyer‘s own Alex Greene, and added in drummer Graham Winchester for spice, they’ve cracked the Billboard charts with their album A Little More Time, […]

In The Heights: A Nation of Immigrants in Joyous Song

One of the most stinging political critiques of the United States ever penned came from a musical. In the the 1950s, the decade now lionized as our golden age, the country was fresh off saving the world from fascism in World War II, and desperately high on its own propaganda supply. Along comes West Side […]