New Organization Takes Aim at Amy Weirich Ahead of DA Race

‘We don’t go away or play by polite norms ... ’ says Memphis Watch advisor.

A mobile digital billboard bearing a scathing critique of Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirch’s tenure circled the Shelby County Criminal Justice Center Wednesday morning. The newly formed organization Memphis Watch is behind the campaign, and said in a release that this is the first in a series of planned actions. (Photo by Andrea Morales for MLK50)

Support the Memphis Flyer

The Memphis Flyer is Memphis’ alternative newsweekly, serving the metro Memphis area of nearly a million residents. The Flyer was started in 1989 by Contemporary Media, Inc., the locally owned publishers of Memphis magazine. For over 30 years, The Memphis Flyer has hit the streets every Wednesday morning with a blend of serious hard news and Memphis’ best entertainment coverage.


Indie Memphis 2021 Saturday: Friends, Lovers, and Music Videos

A secret screening could be the highlight of the festival’s Saturday night.


Director Denis Villeneuve finally conquers the complex space epic.

Staks Pancake Kitchen Embraces Expansion Opportunity

Restaurant plans for franchising with 10 new proposed locations.

A Gibson’s Donuts Storybook

Britton DeWeese wrote and illustrated "The Donut Shop That Never Sleeps"