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Memphis Farmers Market 2015 Season Opens This Weekend

The downtown market’s season opening day is April 4th.

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Winners Announced for 2015 Fiction Contest

Winning story will appear in June issue.

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The Two Best Songs About Memphis You’ve Never Heard

Here’s the story of two of the niftiest songs about Memphis you’ve probably never heard, Sonny Craver’s “Outside of Memphis” and George Clappes’ “I Found My Love in Memphis.”

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis March 27th-29th

It’s springtime weekend fun in Memphis, y’all.

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The Bridge’s Two-Year Anniversary Celebration

The newspaper, whose mission is to give a voice and sustainable income to the homeless community, celebrates a milestone.

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Shelby Farms Park Claims Victory

The park conservancy will rely on the Broad Avenue retailer to provide rental bicycles; the Bikesmith set to handle servicing and maintenance.

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Dems, GOP To Name New Local Party Heads

This coming weekend will see a changing of the guard for both local political parties.

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Women’s Olympic Boxing Trials To Be Held in Memphis

Memphis will be the last stop for women hoping to qualify for the 2016 Olympics U.S. Boxing Team.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis March 20th-22nd

Uncork a cosmic weekend.

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“Melodic Medicine”: New Documentary Showcases Musical Impact on Le Bonheur Patients

The short film highlights the efforts of Memphis musicians who perform for young patients as part of the Musicians for Le Bonheur project.

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"901" is the current affairs blog compiled by the staff of Memphis magazine, where readers can find breaking-news tidbits relating to all facets of life in the Bluff City. 

Regular participants include long-time Memphis editors such as Marilyn Sadler, Michael Finger, Jackson Baker, Frank Murtaugh, and Kenneth Neill, along with Inside Memphis Business staffers Richard Alley and Anna Cox.

Every Thursday our Calendar Editor, Julie Ray, posts her picks for the weekend's events and activities.

"901" is the place where Memphis readers can "dial in" to find fresh reporting of recent developments in our city's political, economic, and cultural life.

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