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Sat., May 25 @ Tom Lee Park

Memphis in May festival with music, fireworks, an air show, and the Mighty Lights Show.

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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Period Poverty

Period Poverty

One Memphis grassroots organization wants to help eliminate period poverty here by improving women's access to sanitary products for menstruation.

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Remote Control: National Corporations Buy and Sell Memphis' Local TV News

You may not notice a difference.

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Sports

Memphis Sports Hall of Fame Announces Inaugural Class

Memphis Sports Hall of Fame Announces Inaugural Class

As Memphis celebrates the city's bicentennial, its sports legends will soon have a home — a Hall of Fame — all their own.

Precious! Memphis Secures Top Recruiting Class in the Country

"We want to win a national title.

Grizzlies Land Number 2 Draft Pick ... The Possibilities are Endless

The Grizzlies have been known for having a series of misfortunes when it comes to the NBA draft, but on Tuesday night the (ping pong) balls finally bounced in their favor.

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Music

Misti Rae Holton Sings In Her Garden

Misti Rae Holton Sings In Her Garden

It's summer, so that means flowers.

Co Cash

When rapper Co Cash dropped his Tay Keith-produced Interscope Records debut, F.A.C.T.S., at the end of April, the album received ripples of praise from the usual suspects — magazines like XXL and youth culture-driven websites like Uproxx.

A Weirdo From Memphis Performs A Very Red Show

A Weirdo From Memphis (AWFM, to the brevity cravers) has played on a lot of bills, from the Unapologetic Stuntarious series to opening for 8-Ball.

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Politics

They’re Off! Warren Files; Casada to Resign

They’re Off! Warren Files; Casada to Resign

Jeff Warren, who may have been the first person, several months ago, to float a City Council candidacy for the 2019 Memphis general election, on Monday became the first candidate to pull a petition for office from the Election Commission.

Casada Backs Down, Will Resign

Though his initial instinct on Monday was to respond in the negative to the latest call for his resignation as speaker of the Tennessee House — this time from members of the House Republican caucus — Glen Casada (R-Franklin) has finally capitulated, after indicating in an earlier statement on Tuesday that he intended to remain in office despite a lopsided 45-24 vote against him by his fellow House Republicans.

Lammey, Casada, Michael Harris Face Potential Threats to Their Jobs

It was a 12-0 vote on the Shelby County Commission on Monday to support the pending possible censure by the Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct of Criminal Court Judge Jim Lammey for social media posts that consistently contained links to racist, anti-immigrant, and anti-Semitic themes.

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Food & Drink

Tokyo Grill to Open in Midtown

Tokyo Grill will open its seventh location in Memphis in the old Shang Hai space at 1400 Poplar near Cleveland.

Sushi Jimmi to Close

Sushi Jimmi is closing.

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Opinion

In a Heartbeat

In a Heartbeat

Louis Brandeis imagined that states could serve as laboratories of democracy.

Of Dogs and Men

Pets have always been part of my life.

Who Are These People?

I am a stranger in my own land.

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Film/TV

The Hustle

The Hustle

I love a good con artist film.

The Real Stuff: William Eggleston's Stranded In Canton Screens at Crosstown Arts

Telling folks about their past, their cultural heritage, the artists who shaped how we think today, is usually the job of people like me. But writers and documentarians, no matter how hard we try to tell the whole story, are always doomed to tell only part of the tale.

Onscreen Women Dominate Indie Memphis

Indie Memphis' salute to the Bluff City in May continues this week with two programs featuring strong women.

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