Some Republicans are still clutching their pearls over a remark made last week by newly elected Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib. The Congresswoman, speaking to
When I found out 2019 was Memphis' bicentennial year, I expected a nonstop party. But here we are, almost halfway through January and I
An act of simple kindness sets an example for all of us.
For the past seven weeks, I have had the privilege of working with a group of people of great compassion and dedication who have
We can all agree the City Council is going through a rough patch right now — in fact, a rough year. From unpopular charter amendments
Whew. Another year under our belts at the Flyer. That makes 29, if you're counting. And we are. In fact, in February, we'll celebrate
If you've logged onto your Amazon Prime account the last few weeks to order your holiday gifts, you may have browsed through all of
Okay, America, are we great again yet? Are we respected throughout the world? Are the Chinese quaking in their boots as we hike tariffs?
Sometimes I just drive around. It's a life-long habit. I'll look at a map and explore a random street from one end to the
The Union Row offers an unprecedented opportunity for Memphis.
Since the announcement of the proposed $950 million Union Row development, there has been much discussion about what this project means to Memphis and
As Memphis and Shelby County headed into the heart of the holiday season, the two entities and their resident populations had much to rejoice
The week that was ... I don't know about you, but I find that I notice the passing of time mostly by my mundane