Reimagined “My Fair Lady” Brings Feminism to the Fore

All the joys of live entertainment coupled with a feminist message that hits hard in 2022.

Sam Simahk as Freddy Eynsford-Hill, Shereen Ahmed as Eliza Doolittle, Kevin Pariseau as Colonel Pickering, and Leslie Alexander as Mrs. Higgins in The Lincoln Center Theater Production of Lerner & Loewe’s My Fair Lady (Photo: © JOAN MARCUS)

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Belle Meade Social to Open in East Memphis

The contemporary American restaurant to open at the corner of Poplar-Perkins this spring.

Community-Based Organizations Discuss Impact of HIV Funding Being Cut

In the past, the CDC had awarded $10.10 million to health departments and organizations.