When XPO Logistics announced in February that one of its Memphis warehouses would be closing this spring, 400 employees faced the possibility of a
OUTMemphis starts new shelter for homeless, LGBTQ youth.
After years of behind-the-scenes work, OUTMemphis will begin building its Youth Emergency Center this week and it will serve as the area's only LGBTQ-specific
Dammit, Flyer Your Pesky Fly knows how much time he spends buzzing around his glass house. If I'm going to have a laugh at
With the decline of daily newspapers, local news sources are fragmented and struggling to gain a foothold.
"We don't have the backup we used to have, and the agencies know it," Jacinthia Jones says, assessing the tough reality of independent journalism
Neverending Elvis According to news at Justcollecting.com, the last of Elvis Presley's tiny blue balls goes on sale this week. A racquetball swatted around
From school-bus security footage to Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) meetings, several new bills filed at the state and federal level aim to make the
Elsewhere, TN It's old news by now, but Fly on the Wall wouldn't be Fly on the Wall if we didn't point out that
Two organizations cut the ribbon last week on a new health clinic in Midtown that is solely for Memphis' homeless population. The Baptist Operation
Meddlesome Brewing Co.'s 201 Hoplar is (once again!) the best beer in Memphis, according to the 1,634 voters in the 2019 Memphis Flyer Beer
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Memphis In Mays weighs in on Tom Lee Park redesign.
Memphis in May (MIM) officials cited "issues," "challenges," and "problems" on the redesign of Tom Lee Park last week and said alternative Downtown sites