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The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, April 22-28

Alex Greene

As stages and restaurant patios open up in the idyllic days of April, the live-streamed music ecosystem remains vibrant in the Bluff City. Many venues, such as Hernando’s Hide-a-way and B-Side, have invested in online streaming technology and continue to offer that as an alternative, even as they host limited-capacity audiences. Even if you’re just… Continue reading The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, April 22-28

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The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, April 22-28

As stages and restaurant patios open up in the idyllic days of April, the live-streamed music ecosystem remains vibrant in the Bluff City. Many venues, such as Hernando’s Hide-a-way and B-Side, have invested in online streaming technology and continue to offer that as an alternative, even as they host limited-capacity audiences. Even if you’re just… Continue reading The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, April 22-28

Two Bills Would Quash Legal Challenges to State Authority

The Republican campaign against the kind of expanded voting rights that produced Democratic victories in November has moved into overdrive in the Tennessee legislature, where two far-reaching bills are on the verge of passage. One bill is SB915/HB1072 (Kelsey, Curcio), which would effectively immunize state government against legal actions by local jurisdictions — or at… Continue reading Two Bills Would Quash Legal Challenges to State Authority

Amazon Plans Two Mid-South Facilities

Amazon is upping its presence in the Mid-South with two new facilities: a delivery station in North Memphis and a fulfillment center in Byhalia, Mississippi. The company expects to employ hundreds at each facility and will pay a starting wage of $15 per hour plus benefits. The delivery station on Hawkins Mill Road is expected… Continue reading Amazon Plans Two Mid-South Facilities

Anti-Trans “Bathroom Bill” on the Way to Governor

State lawmakers finally got their transgender bathroom rule that could come with this statement: No trans people were contacted in the making of this bill.  State senators passed a bill Wednesday, April 21st, that could give transgender students “reasonable accommodations” to separate facilities, instead of allowing them to use the bathroom that lines up with… Continue reading Anti-Trans “Bathroom Bill” on the Way to Governor