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Memphis Public Libraries’ Five Fridays of Jazz Returns Tonight

Alex Greene

After shutting down during the quarantine era, Memphis Public Libraries are bringing back the popular Five Fridays of Jazz series, and it kicks off tonight at 7 p.m., and will continue every Friday thereafter until May 7th. However, in a nod to the ongoing need for public health precautions, the series will not be held… Continue reading Memphis Public Libraries’ Five Fridays of Jazz Returns Tonight

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Memphis Public Libraries’ Five Fridays of Jazz Returns Tonight

After shutting down during the quarantine era, Memphis Public Libraries are bringing back the popular Five Fridays of Jazz series, and it kicks off tonight at 7 p.m., and will continue every Friday thereafter until May 7th. However, in a nod to the ongoing need for public health precautions, the series will not be held… Continue reading Memphis Public Libraries’ Five Fridays of Jazz Returns Tonight

Shower With Hitchcock at the Time Warp Drive-In

April’s Time Warp Drive-In presents the films of the greatest suspense director of all time: Alfred Hitchcock. The term”auteur” was literally coined to describe Hitch. Francois Truffaut, film critic turned director, identified Hitchcock and Howard Hawks as two individuals who were able to put their distinctive stamp on the films they made. They were “authors”… Continue reading Shower With Hitchcock at the Time Warp Drive-In

Corker Looks Back — and Forward: Tried to “Count”

For the first time in quite a while, former Tennessee Senator Bob Corker — three years out of office and speaking from his business office in Chattanooga on Tuesday — directly addressed a Memphis audience: the members and guests of the Rotary Club of Memphis via Zoom. At some point in the discourse with the… Continue reading Corker Looks Back — and Forward: Tried to “Count”

Tom Lee Park Funding Hits Milestone

Funding for the $60 million Tom Lee Park renovation project is now 80 percent complete, according to the Memphis River Parks Partnership (MRPP).  The project will completely transform the now-flat and wide open riverside park with small hills, paths through forests, a cafe with a porch, a covered space for recreation, a new entry plaza,… Continue reading Tom Lee Park Funding Hits Milestone