MEMernet: Tittie Rocks, Homecoming Royalty, and Pride Pics 

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

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

Rocky what?

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Tracy Dobbins is the artist behind a new series of painted rocks hidden around town, à la 901 Rocks.

"These are my tittie rocks," Dobbins explained on Instagram three weeks ago. "They are rocks that look like titties."

One such rock was discovered at the Cooper-Young gazebo Saturday night. Look for them online at #rockytittn.

Royal Pride

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Credit: Emmett Campbell

White Station Homecoming Royalty winner Brandon Allen set social media ablaze last weekend. "As [Shelby County Schools] superintendent, I support student voice and expression," Dr. Joris M. Ray wrote in a Saturday Facebook post.

More Pride

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Here's hoping your social scrolls were as rainbow-riffic as ours on Saturday as the Mid-South Pride parade rolled on Beale Street.

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