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Fri., Feb. 28, 6-10 p.m. @ Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Enter the epicenter of tres chic mystique and expect the unexpected during the nocturnal ballet. Featuring food, craft cocktails, wine, and silent auction.

Memphis Grizzlies vs. Sacramento Kings: HBCU Night

Fri., Feb. 28, 6 p.m. @ FedExForum

Before the game, graduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities can pre-game with free food and live music. A portion of proceeds will be donated…

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UTHSC Website Has Current Coronavirus Information

UTHSC Website Has Current Coronavirus Information

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) today launched a website to provide the public with information and resources about Coronavirus.

Gov. Lee Pushes Constitutional Carry, Harsher Penalties for Gun Crimes

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and a handful of legislators are pushing to make Tennessee a constitutional carry state.

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How Will Injuries Affect the Grizzlies' Playoff Push?

How Will Injuries Affect the Grizzlies' Playoff Push?

The injury bug has hit the Memphis Grizzlies.

SMU 58, Tigers 53

The Tigers' modest two-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night at SMU.

Trial by Fire: Can the Grizzlies Survive Without Jaren Jackson Jr.?

As the run-up to the end of the season approaches and the battle for the 8th seed in the West continues to heat up, the very last thing the Memphis Grizzlies needed was an injury sidelining one of their starters.

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Music

Get Down Tonight!: KC and the Sunshine Band play Tunica

Get Down Tonight!: KC and the Sunshine Band play Tunica

In the 1970s, one artist who surely seemed to have his finger on the pulse of what type of songs would be hits on top 40 radio was Harry Wayne Casey.

When Ameripolitan Lets Its Hair Down: Unforgettable Images From Hernando's

The Ameripolitan Music Awards celebrated its seventh annual ceremony on Monday, capping a weekend of shows and activities that included the grand reopening of The World Famous Hernando’s Hide-A-Way, now graced with a new historical marker.

That 70s Revolution: The Potent Global Force of Soul Music, Screened at Stax

Like many, I was stunned by the 1996 documentary, When We Were Kings.

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With One More Day to Early Vote, Here's Where to Do It

With One More Day to Early Vote, Here's Where to Do It

Tuesday at 7 p.m., early voting for the March 3 presidential preference primary and Shelby County primary will end.

Shelby County Politicians Prepping for Super Tuesday

Shelby County, like the rest of Tennessee, is getting into the act for Super Tuesday, March 3rd, which is already underway via early voting.

Cohen Defends Former Opponent Hart Against Trump Attack

Ex-Memphian was foreperson of jury that convicted presidential pal Roger Stone and was targeted in a Trump tweet as a consequence.

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Food & Drink

Fam Opens Second Location on Highland

Fam Opens Second Location on Highland

Asian restaurant Fam opened a second location this month on the Highland strip.

New Cajun Restaurant Opening Soon Downtown in Former DejaVu Space

The restaurant, called Ben-Yay’s, will serve po’boys and other classic Creole dishes, include a coffee bar, and also offer homemade beignets.

Heavy Metal Beer: Hair Bands are Making Brews

The voting has opened for the Memphis Flyer Beer Bracket Challenge.

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Opinion

It’s Time to Get “Real”

It’s Time to Get “Real”

It's time to get real.

Socialism’s Okay. We Already Have It.

It is said that if you're not a liberal when you're young, you have no heart, and if you're not a conservative when you're old, you have no brain.

Open Carry for Students on Campus is a Bad Idea

A group of Tennessee Republican lawmakers wants to allow college students to carry guns on campus.

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The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

Would you rather have the power of flight, or the power of invisibility?

The Call of the Wild

Harrison Ford and a St. Bernard Make It Work

International Jewish Film Festival Finale and Do the Right Thing This Week in Theaters

The 2020 Morris and Mollye Fogelman International Jewish Film Festival ends today (Tuesday, February 25th) with a sure-fire crowd pleaser.

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