Punk pioneers The Klitz return for Grrl Fest.


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Porchfest: National Trend Comes to Cooper-Young

Alex Greene

“Porchfest” may be an unfamiliar word here in Memphis, but it’s an idea that’s been catching on across the country for over a decade. Begun in Ithaca, NY, in 2007, the idea is a simple one: Ask homeowners in a neighborhood to offer their front porches as stages for musicians; then listeners can go from… Continue reading Porchfest: National Trend Comes to Cooper-Young

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Porchfest: National Trend Comes to Cooper-Young

“Porchfest” may be an unfamiliar word here in Memphis, but it’s an idea that’s been catching on across the country for over a decade. Begun in Ithaca, NY, in 2007, the idea is a simple one: Ask homeowners in a neighborhood to offer their front porches as stages for musicians; then listeners can go from… Continue reading Porchfest: National Trend Comes to Cooper-Young

Roscoe Dixon, Former Legislator, Dead at 71

Veteran public servant was one of several lawmakers ensnared in Tennessee Waltz sting.

Infographic: Virus Cases Elevated From Last Week

Health officials are waiting until next week to decide if the higher numbers are a blip from Easter and Spring Break holidays or they are the beginning of a new surge.

Transfer of “Three Gs” Braked, Pending Talks

According to state Representative Mark White (R-Memphis), Education chair in the Tennessee House, the fate of the Germantown public schools known as the “Three Gs” is still unsealed, despite a maneuver last week by his Senate counterpart, Brian Kelsey (R-Germantown). A bill requiring the three schools — Germantown Elementary School, Germantown Middle School, and Germantown… Continue reading Transfer of “Three Gs” Braked, Pending Talks