The extraordinary rise and precipitous fall of the Memphis College of Art
When Jeffrey Nesin packed up his bow ties and returned to New York in 2010, The Commercial Appeal wrote a glowing farewell to the
Typo Negative Normally, your Pesky Fly doesn't make fun of ordinary typos because they're just a fact of life. But I've got a theory
TVA considers big changes for an energy-efficient future.
Use more energy, and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will charge you less; use less, and you'll be charged more. That's the core of
The Tigers’ coach takes on a fresh season with lots of new faces — and lots of question marks.
This month marks the beginning of Tubby Smith's 27th season as a college basketball coach. But only his second at the University of Memphis.
EZ Weaves After years of chasing recognition, Memphis officially became a World Class City ™ last week when a large, purple vending machine for
Verbatim "Closed borders white nation, now we start the deportation." This awkward couplet was chanted by white supremacists marching in Shelbyville, Tennessee, last Saturday.
We had questions and got no answers.
Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) and the National Civil Rights Museum (NCRM) left Flyer questions unanswered recently, but you should know that we did ask.
Midtown neighborhood on the path for historic protections.
Cooper-Young is a step closer to becoming a historic overlay district after the designation was approved last week by the Memphis Landmark Commission. Bounded
The Indie Memphis Film Festival celebrates 20 years of movies that matter.
In 1998, Kelly Chandler, a University of Memphis film student, got some of her fellow budding filmmakers together at a coffee shop in Midtown.
Pig ribs ceremonially dusted with sacred herbs crackle over pit fires. Reality's thin veil is pushed aside with the help of magical craft-brewed medicine from
Signs The Pony, "America's Strip Club," is a welcoming environment for those suffering from celiac disease. Gluten-free lap dances are available upon request.