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No “Soul” Sign (Yet) But Leaders Approve A New Downtown Market and A Glow Up for Alcenia’s

Toby Sells

Downtown leaders sent that “soul” sign proposed for Mud Island back to the drawing board this week but they approved projects that could bring another (smaller) grocery Downtown, revive a blighted building, and give Alcencia’s a glow up.  The Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC) Design Review Board (DRB) voted down a planned art installation on Mud […]

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No “Soul” Sign (Yet) But Leaders Approve A New Downtown Market and A Glow Up for Alcenia’s

Downtown leaders sent that “soul” sign proposed for Mud Island back to the drawing board this week but they approved projects that could bring another (smaller) grocery Downtown, revive a blighted building, and give Alcencia’s a glow up.  The Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC) Design Review Board (DRB) voted down a planned art installation on Mud […]

Bar DKDC Opens Saturday with DJ Matty, More in Store

Plenty of music venues that have reopened in recent months have done so with the caveat, “Masks are required.” But when Bar DKDC opens its doors again tomorrow night, they’ve added another condition: “Dancing is a must.” And that’s a given with their musical curator of the evening, DJ Matty from New Orleans, famous for […]

Active COVID-19 Cases Fall Slightly, Nine Deaths Reported In the Week

Active cases fell below 1,600 from last week. Nine deaths were reported in the week. The average positive rate rose slightly to nearly 7 percent.

Group: TVA Zero-Carbon Plan “Out of Step” With White House

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) plans to reduce its carbon emissions to zero by 2050 but the move was criticized for being out of step with White House goals.