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Be very careful dealing with Tawnee L. Cowan, she is a sociopath, and a pathological liar.
According to her psychological evaluation when she was divorcing her second husband, she was diagnosed as having Munchausen Syndrome, and a boarder-line personality disorder.
Do not believe anything this woman has to say about her history, her supposed illness; there are no medical records showing she has leukemia.

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Posted by Joy Hathaway on 06/27/2013 at 6:21 PM

Re: “"Math Errors in the Holy Bible"

I guess it might behoove the naysayers to first establish WHO developed the math used to make the calculations in the Bible and next WHO checked those calculations and by whose timetable and last who actually wrote and translated the word of God so those persistent nit-pickers could actually find their calling. If those were men (even inspired by God), there well may be a good reason for the errors. While some errors were pretty simple rounded numbers from pi, others may well have been derived on a 365 day year and others may not have even seemed important at the time.

Keep in mind that the math we use simply replicates nature and natural order as close as humans need to see it. This science is never perfect and therefore not something actually produced by God. It is just as close as “man” can get or needs to get.

It may be the only thing some people can use to make an argument against Holy Scripture. I personally cannot see why an apology is necessary. I believe the intent is in the message and certainly not the infinite nit-picking of the unbelievers among us.

Posted by B_Broadhead on 06/24/2013 at 6:48 AM

Re: “The Color of Red

Ticket and show info:

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Posted by healthedu on 06/24/2013 at 2:56 AM

Re: “The Color of Red

Saw this show in during the college tour in Alabama!! Great show. Very entertaining. Had me laughing and thinking at the same time. Must see!

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Posted by Simon80 on 06/23/2013 at 11:20 AM

Re: “Earth, Wind & Fire Live at the Garden

Clarion 1

I see that Bruce straightened you out on Charles (Charli) green. He really has the resources to find the truth.

What have you to say now?

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Posted by oldtimeplayer on 06/17/2013 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Choro das 3

We've all heard Brazilian music, right? Bossa nova... Carmen Miranda... Samba? Yes - but the sound behind all of these is "choro," the original Brazilian music.

A catchy, melodic style with kaleidoscopic harmony and counterpoint that make it fascinating to music lovers, choro is the musical melting pot of 19th-century Rio. It is the earthy, sophisticated, humorous, daring, joyous soul of Brazil. It's a living tradition, one currently enjoying a worldwide renaissance.

Memphis has never seen authentic choro played live. We will have our chance Wednesday, July 10, when the Memphis Acoustic Music Association will present one of the finest choro groups in Brazil in a Memphis premiere performance!

Choro das 3 is a Brazilian trio formed in 2003 by 3 sisters, then aged 10-15, from the state of Sao Paulo. Despite their youth, sisters Corina, Lia and Elisa have amassed an amazing number of achievements. They have played for audiences large (over a million) and small, for President Lula da Silva, and for a major Brazilian television show akin to our Late Show with David Letterman. Choro das 3 has garnered numerous national awards in a country that takes its music VERY seriously, performed for audiences in Europe and Japan - and now, they are in the US for their first tour of North America. You don't want to miss them!

In addition to the evening concert, the group will also conduct an afternoon workshop for all acoustic instruments (advance registration required).

More information and online ticketing is available at

Posted by Amy Burcham on 06/17/2013 at 8:52 AM

Re: “Earth, Wind & Fire Live at the Garden

Its past time for the boomers to grow up and face the reality of the winter phase of their life and contribute something constructive to society other than their legacy and pastime of debauchery, selfish self indulgence, superficial tree hugging and tofu eating.

They need to stop trying to relive their childhood and face the music of the earth and then either the fire or wind.

Their days of driving their Partridge Family buses have already by passed them a long time ago when they made a left turn at the In A Gadda Da Vida on their way to passing time in Branson.

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Posted by LTC on 06/16/2013 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Earth, Wind & Fire Live at the Garden


I wonder why I couldn't find any band charle green played in. He never played with Booker T and the MGs. Nor does he play with EWF. The only charles green I find is in jail for getting jiggy with a 7 year old boy. Is that your friend? Why do you insist on lying? I enjoy checking your facts so I am always going to call you out.

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Posted by Clarion1 on 06/16/2013 at 3:25 PM

Re: “Earth, Wind & Fire Live at the Garden

Well, I hope that you enjoyed Earth, Wind and Fire.

Did you know that the leader and principal, Maurice White has Memphis roots? Yes, he lived with his grandmother in Lemoyne Gardens, at the time I lived there, got his musical beginnings at Porter Jr. High School (feeder school right down the street from Booker T. Washington High School,. I played in the school band with him, he was one year, I think ahead of me along with Claudia Barr. Even in Jr High, he was, perhaps the best drummer in Memphis. He moved back to Chicago, after his 10th grade year, to live with his mother. Booker T. Jones of Booker T and the MG's played saxophone, keyboards, trombone, etc., Charles Green played trumpet, he is now head of the horns, dean at the University of Amsterdam and is a world reknown trumpet player, especially in jazz.

Just a few tidbits that you should know.

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Posted by oldtimeplayer on 06/16/2013 at 8:46 AM

Re: “Earth, Wind & Fire Live at the Garden

I'm not sure there's time to get the old booty in full shake mode.

Wait, it's in the suburbs.

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Posted by Mia S Kite on 06/14/2013 at 9:16 PM

Re: “8th Annual Memphis Children's Theatre Festival

Wonderful. Very well organized. I will never forget the smiles on my children's faces.

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Posted by Happy dad on 05/26/2013 at 10:32 AM

Re: “Beyond

Noir has never been assisted by color film.

Swedish film has always really needed to watch out about the intentional vomitus factor that it pushes or panders. Take, for instance one swedish film that I can't remember the name of. Therefore, no opportunity for a plug from me: George Cukor.

Because it really was wretched. So, I just forgot it.

However, the storyline started being potentially interesting from a scientific point-of-view because it was not so much esoteric. As it was simply a scripted version of the regularity and perhaps even real-life banality of a swedish gentry family who lived together in the same nice country house.

So, it defaulted itself nicely, I thought. There was the acceptible pre-scription which validated an acceptibility to noir. Therefore, the idea of the acting being good-or-not could be avoided due to the inescapability of script and ensemble.

Then there is just what was going-on in their lives.

Everything going fine for a film enthusiast so far. Then it started trying to make a point.

I was lost as to what it might be leading to. But in the end the grandmother of the house was apparently going to offer herself for destruction too the family because THEY ALL had decided she was of no use at all. So, the last scene involved her offering her body for sexual consumption by her family...and they did.


Posted by ME on 05/21/2013 at 4:39 PM

We happened upon this restaurant after arriving in Memphis located across the street from Graceland we wanted to grab a bite to eat. Nice atmosphere, but let me tell you this,I could not believe the restaurant offered free entertainment? Tim Rowland, Elvis impersonater, was totally awesome! MY wife and me were totally mesmerized by this stunning performance of Tim. A true professional, who no doubt should be billed in Las Vegas. His song choice was phenominal. His interaction with the audience was warm and superb. He even walked about handing out small presents like stuffed bears, and these lays which my wife was lucky enough to get one. His voice was excellent spot on. Wonderful and terrific! Don't miss this great show. By the way the food was fine , the staff was very obliging, and the desert was super.

Posted by john guitar on 05/19/2013 at 5:12 PM

Hey naysayers get a life, this is a fantastic show. I have played his CDs and many of my friends can't tell the difference from Tim Rowland to Elvis. I had a really great time in Graceland and truely enjoyed the exceptionally friendly Memphis hospitality, particulay with Mary and Belinda. I am coming back for sure.

Brian Booth

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Posted by Brian Booth on 05/05/2013 at 6:37 PM

Re: “Tennessee Genealogical Society Seminar

Registration form and seminar schedule available as download:…

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Posted by Heritage Hunter on 05/01/2013 at 9:45 AM

Re: “Rattlebone Jones Hall of Fame Jam with Davina and the Vegabonds

Killer night of great blues

Posted by MamaBone on 04/28/2013 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Kait Lawson Trio

What time?

Posted by Nancy on 04/25/2013 at 11:36 AM

Re: “Dead Elvis 6 Scooter Rally

The Memphis Kings Scooter Club has been promoting all things scoot since 2003. This year's Dead Elvis Scooter Rally (not a motorcycle rally as posted above) is huge, with over 100 scooterists participating from as far away as Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. We have two scooters to raffle (raffle tickets are $1 each, but you have to register to participate in the raffle). We have a short ride within the city to Graceland, Levitt Shell, Stax Music Museum, and Sun Studio. We are also offering a long ride along the Mississippi River Trail. You won't have to pre-register to participate... you can show up Friday night at the Meet and Greet. Schedule and details posted at

Posted by neuroslicer on 04/23/2013 at 3:55 PM

this event starts at 6:30pm-9:30pm

Posted by Brennan Villines on 04/22/2013 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Current Proposals to Change the Electoral College

83% of Tennessee voters polled agreed that "The presidential candidate who gets the most votes always should be the winner."

Every political demographic group across the state favors changing to a system driven by the popular vote, the poll showed.

When Republicans were asked, "How should the President be elected, by who gets the most votes in all 50 states or by the current winner-takes-all system?" 73% of them favored the popular vote.

Of all Democrats asked the same question, 78% favored the popular vote system.

When respondents who agree with Tea Party values were asked, 72% of them preferred the popular vote.

Posted by mvymvy on 04/12/2013 at 5:53 PM

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