MEMernet: Naming New C-Y Apartments, the Graceland Test 

A round-up of Memphis on the World Wide Web.

Name Game

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Facebookers in the Preserve Cooper-Young group played the name game last week for the modern-looking apartment building planned for a spot across the street from Soul Fish Cafe.

Amanda Ball: (CY's very first) Horizontal Tall Skinny [or] Pill Box Gone Wrong.

Noel Clark: Cubistro.

Ansley Murphy: USB Port of Call.

Mag Trisler: 1974 State College.

Dan Spector: Cheezball School of Architecture.

The Graceland Test

Many Memphians pride themselves on never having gone to Graceland. Even the Terminator knows that.

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Posted to Reddit by u/slphil.

Stepping High

Shout-out to the Central High School Band for their second win at the High Stepping Nationals. Shelby County Schools posted a photo of the band to Twitter last week.

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