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AAC Semifinals: #11 Houston 61, Tigers 58

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Tennessee General Assembly Honors John Kilzer

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AAC Quarterfinals: Tigers 79, UCF 55

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Back To The Future Trilogy at the Time Warp Drive-In

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Best Bets: Irish Vegetable Soup at Celtic Crossing.

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AAC Tournament: Tigers 83, Tulane 68

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MXT vs IMAX: Which Big Screen Format Is Better?

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The production company that's filming the Bluff City Law series pilot in Memphis is looking for Jimmy Smits.

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Sports

AAC Semifinals: #11 Houston 61, Tigers 58

AAC Semifinals: #11 Houston 61, Tigers 58

An already uncomfortable drought for University of Memphis basketball fans grew by a year Saturday afternoon at FedExForum.

AAC Quarterfinals: Tigers 79, UCF 55

As the lower seed in Friday's American Athletic Conference quarterfinal at FedExForum, the Tigers wore their road blues.

AAC Tournament: Tigers 83, Tulane 68

Having finished fifth in the American Athletic Conference, the Tigers barely missed an opening-round bye in this week's tournament at FedExForum.

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Music

The Gay Cowboy: Lavender Country Comes to the Hi-Tone

The Gay Cowboy: Lavender Country Comes to the Hi-Tone

For about 15 years, Patrick Haggerty was content to play country standards for audiences at retirement homes.

Heathen Behavior Captured On Wax: Sun Records Rejects Live On!

Just imagine being a sheltered teen in Memphis, ca.

Low Cut Connie Brings Raucous Rock to Minglewood

Pounding and standing on the piano he calls "Shondra," Adam Weiner cranks out some serious rock-and-roll with his band Low Cut Connie.

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Politics

Tennessee General Assembly Honors John Kilzer

Tennessee General Assembly Honors John Kilzer

In the week's last legislative act, the state House of Representtives acts on a resolution by Rep. Bo Mitchell (D-Nashville).

Tami Sawyer Won’t Wait; Enters Memphis Mayoral Race

It has been no secret that Tami Sawyer is disinclined to wait on events.

A Day of Judgment at the Election Registry

Whether it's thumbs-up or thumbs-down, the human element is always a part of the proceedings. Just ask G.A. Hardaway.

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Food & Drink

Best Bets: Irish Vegetable Soup at Celtic Crossing.

Best Bets: Irish Vegetable Soup at Celtic Crossing.

The only non-Irish thing about the Irish vegetable soup at Celtic Crossing Irish Pub is the color.

Grind-N-Shine: Ghost River Brewing’s New Eye-Opener

Ghost River Brewing has always produced great beers that are exemplars of a certain style.

Ciao Bella’s Branon Mason.

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Opinion

News Makers 2: Chalkbeat’s Jacinthia Jones Proposes More Media Partnerships

News Makers 2: Chalkbeat’s Jacinthia Jones Proposes More Media Partnerships

This post is supplemental to the Memphis Flyer cover package Going to Pieces about the state of print journalism in Memphis.

Dethroning the King of Pop

So what am I supposed to do with my Michael Jackson albums now?

News Makers #1: Meet Madeline Faber of High Ground News and The Tri-State Defender’s Karanja Ajanaku

This post is supplemental to the Memphis Flyer cover package Going to Pieces about the state of print journalism in Memphis.

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Film/TV

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Back To The Future Trilogy at the Time Warp Drive-In

Saturday, March 16 at the Malco Summer Drive-In, the Time Warp Drive-In kicks of the spring season with a Back To The Future marathon.

MXT vs IMAX: Which Big Screen Format Is Better?

In Malco’s newest theater, the Powerhouse Cinema Grill, the region’s dominant theater chain debuted a new theater design they call MXT.

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Reader Comments

AAC Semifinals: #11 Houston 61, Tigers 58

Salim Rivers: Good way to compete, but moving forward to this first season under Coach Hardaway, play tougher in the NIT.
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Dethroning the King of Pop

crackoamerican: Not to worry fandom. If he didn't have money and fame he'd have been dragging children into dirty white vans »

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AAC Quarterfinals: Tigers 79, UCF 55

Salim Rivers: Hope there is a nice size Memphis crowd to cheer the Tigers on to victory. But Houston is no joke. »

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Dethroning the King of Pop

Debbie Jamison: Brilliant article Randy. I didn't believe this about Michael either....until I saw the documentary. Maybe people should enjoy the music, »

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