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Arts

"In the Garden," on view at the Dixon through September 30, explores the history of photography and our connection to nature. more

Culture

If you know where to look, Memphis' little theater companies offer tremendous opportunities for audiences, volunteers, and artists looking for a community and a chance to expand, grow, develop, work, and watch just outside the mainstream. more

Culture

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photographs courtesy of the orpheum theatre

Culture

Robert Moody

Photo courtesy of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra

The music director has brought a new mood to our city's orchestra. more

Longform

The Memphis Symphony Orchestra has named Robert Moody to succeed Mei Ann Chen as conductor. We spoke with Moody about his background and future plans. more

Culture

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The Memo

John Turner lived next to Harper Lee and her family in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama. These are his memories of the iconic author, who passed away Friday, February 19, 2016. more

Culture

Two new books explore Memphis' musical characters and dark secrets. more

Culture

​Memphis-born playwright, journalist, and actress Katori Hall recently added another credit to her considerable resume: filmmaker. The author of critically acclaimed plays The Mountaintop and Hurt Vil... more

Culture

Wonder and whimsy on display more

Culture

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Photography of the Crystal Shrine Grotto by Mark Johnson

Who was the man behind Memphis' greatest folk art treasure? more

Culture

There's never been a better time to tour Memphis' music history. more

Culture

Hitting the high notes. more

News & Features

Audience can expect something new from the city's flagship independent film festival. more

Culture

A look at this year's theatre award winners more

Culture

A look at the city's rich creative landscape. more

News & Features

Velocity, 2009; bronze, oil-based enamel paints and steel, 123½ x 70 x 77 inches; courtesy of the artist. Photo: Haley Morris-Cafiero​ When one thinks of “ceramics,” certain words come to mind... more

Culture

Both a history of the Pinch and a novel about the Pinch. more

Culture

Memphian John Turner remembers the Lee family. more

Culture

Buried alive? The dirt on Herbert O’Dell Smith. more

Culture

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