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Memphis Black Restaurant Week Kicks off March 8th

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West Memphis — The Body and Mind (BaM) dispensary on OK Street in West Memphis is under construction, slated to open later this month.

From Pig Tails to Cheesecake: A Look at TN Death Row Inmates’ Last Meals

Fried pork chops, mashed potatoes with gravy, and peach pie with vanilla ice cream was the last meal of Tennessee death row inmate Nicholas Sutton.

Lawmakers Want to Allow Tennessee College Students to Carry Guns on Campus

Some state lawmakers are looking to allow students at public colleges and universities in Tennessee to carry firearms on campus.

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

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.

Mr. Commissioner

If Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred has his way, playoff teams will soon be able to select their opponent (among wild-card teams) as they compete for "the piece of metal" awarded to the club victorious in the World Series.

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Music

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

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.

Junior Brown Headlines 2020 Ameripolitan Music Awards

Junior Brown is a paradox: a songwriter with a keen sense of the wit and economy of classic country, but who nevertheless burst on the scene decades ago with some unorthodox ideas and a fierce playing style that ran the gamut from Buck Owens to Jimi Hendrix.

The Triumph of Melting Pot: Reevaluating Booker T. & the MGs’ Swan Song

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Politics

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

Memphis Black Restaurant Week Kicks off March 8th

Memphis Black Restaurant Week Kicks off March 8th

Memphis Black Restaurant Week (MBRW) is right around the corner, and there will be so many exciting options to choose from across the city.

Memphis Restaurant Association Awards to Honor Shawn Danko and Pat Taylor

This weekend, the 56th annual Memphis Restaurant Association awards will honor Kooky Canuck owner Shawn Danko and Cleaner Solutions owner Pat Taylor.

City Silo Table + Pantry To Open Second Location

Clean-eating cafe City Silo Table + Pantry has announced that they will open a Saddle Creek location in Germantown this fall in the former Grimaldi’s Pizzeria space.

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All Hands on Deck!

All Hands on Deck!

If it's February, I'm probably going to be writing at least one column about the Tennessee General Assembly, which gets rolling in late January each year.

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Last spring I found myself in a position of unimaginable privilege.

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Film/TV

International Jewish Film Festival Finale and Do The Right Thing This Week In Theaters

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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