RSS

901 June 2015

Memphis man to walk 500 miles with his backpack invention. more

Columns

The event aims to raise awareness of the existence of UFOs. more

Columns

Saint Louis songwriter Pokey LaFarge plays a free show at the Levitt Shell tonight. more

Columns

Happy Thursday! Milder temperatures and a plethora of events will make for tough entertainment choices on Saturday. Here are a few suggestions to help tailor your perfect weekend. more

Columns

The inaugural boozy event will be held on the Overton Park Greensward June 27th. more

Columns

Henry Turley rappels from the roof of BRIDGES.

Photo courtesy of BRIDGES

On Monday afternoon, June 22, as the temperature pushed up past 90 degrees and dark clouds and warm winds promised a rain that would never come, a small group of dignitaries and stakeholders gathered ... more

Columns

The store will be open through October. more

Columns

“Super Mario Brothers 3,” Shigeru Miyamoto, Takashi Tezuka, Hiroshi Yamauchi, directors; Satoru Iwata, executive producer; Konji Kondo, composer, Nintendo Entertainment System, 1990, Nintendo of America, Inc.

Photo courtesy of Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

The exhibit focuses on the evolution of video games from an artistic perspective. more

Columns

Happy Thursday! This weekend we will celebrate the most important man in our life, dear old Dad. My picks will help you find something fun to do with Dad no matter his hobby — sports, the arts, food, dancing, or just hanging out. I have you covered. more

Columns

Celebrating the one place this dad most associates with fatherhood. more

Columns

The founder of this no-kill rescue talks of 20 years of caring for cats. more

Columns

Sidney Chism and Jim Strickland at Sunday community picnic.

photo by Jackson Baker

The well-known political broker’s endorsement at his annual community picnic surely didn’t hurt the councilman. more

Columns

Colorful murals from his famous “Blue Dog” series cover two sides of the office building at Union and Cleveland. more

Columns

Happy Thursday! Visiting old friends and making new ones will be easy this weekend. A great mix of long-standing events with fresh new ones will be available for fun and benefit some great local charitable organizations. more

Columns

Some of you may know that Contemporary Media, Inc. (our wonderful parent company) publishes several special publications each year in addition to the four main print products of Memphis magazine, Insi... more

Columns

Walkin’ in Memphis . . . elsewhere. more

Columns

An exhibit featuring deadly plants runs through September 7th at the Pink Palace. more

Columns

MGH-Bonnaroo-2013-Atmosphere-Friday-4-900x600.jpg

Photo credit: Morgan G. Harris

The music and arts mega-festival returns to Manchester, Tennessee, next week. more

Columns

“Memphis” Magazine is honored as a General Excellence winner by the City and Regional Magazine Association during CRMA’s annual convention in Dallas, May 31-June 1. more

Columns

Happy Thursday! Whatever summer activity you have in mind, I bet you’ll find it somewhere in Memphis this weekend. From tamales to falafel, video games to art fair, wicked plants to garden tour, here are a few suggestions to get your summer started. more

Columns

Advertiser

Advertiser

Advertiser