Other Art Happenings
Interactive driving simulators inspired by ’80s arcade games.
Ruth and Paul McLain love barbecue. They've been judges at Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest. Paul, who's a priest at Calvary
Love beer? Get on the bus. Stephen Guenther, owner of Historical Haunts Ghost Tours, launched the Memphis Brew Bus last week. He had the
Sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar. Sometimes, it serves as an inspiration. Bruce Meisterman was sitting on his deck, under an umbrella, smoking
Have you ever stopped to wonder where Broadway musicals come from? If you've never taken an intro to theater class, it's probably a mystery.
This year's manifestation of the Midtown Opera Fest — The Opera 901 Showcase — finds a quintet of short Memphis-specific new works warming the
Memphis sanitation workers Echol Cole and Robert Walker were crushed to death by a malfunctioning garbage truck on February 1, 1968. Less than two
Like so many of his ancient predecessors — the mesmerists and electro-biologists who toured the pre-modern countryside demonstrating miraculous forces and animal magnetism —
"Something is happening in Memphis — something is happening in the world," Martin Luther King Jr. said, near the top of his often quoted