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Harris Proposes $1.4 Billion Budget Without Tax Hike

Jackson Baker

One year after presenting a budget proposal that ended up being submitted to seemingly endless wrangling by the Shelby County Commission, County Mayor Lee Harris on Wednesday presented a budget proposal that almost certainly will be more gracefully received as the county’s legislative body prepares to begin its own deliberations. Last year, facing a possible… Continue reading Harris Proposes $1.4 Billion Budget Without Tax Hike

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Harris Proposes $1.4 Billion Budget Without Tax Hike

One year after presenting a budget proposal that ended up being submitted to seemingly endless wrangling by the Shelby County Commission, County Mayor Lee Harris on Wednesday presented a budget proposal that almost certainly will be more gracefully received as the county’s legislative body prepares to begin its own deliberations. Last year, facing a possible… Continue reading Harris Proposes $1.4 Billion Budget Without Tax Hike

First Horizon Foundation Grants $450,000 to 18 Local Arts Organizations

The local arts are getting another boost, this time to the tune of a cool $450,000. Eighteen local organizations are set to benefit from the investment thanks to a partnership between ArtsMemphis — the primary arts funder for Memphis and Shelby County — and First Horizon Foundation. “Arts organizations have persevered during this pandemic and,… Continue reading First Horizon Foundation Grants $450,000 to 18 Local Arts Organizations

Booze-To-Go Could Stay Legal Here Through 2023

Booze-to-go could stay legal in Tennessee through 2023 pending Senate action on a bill that passed the House Thursday.  Last year, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued a temporary order to sell alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption. The effort was a way to help restaurants and bars struggling in the wake of COVID-19 lockdown orders. Lee… Continue reading Booze-To-Go Could Stay Legal Here Through 2023

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