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Witness the third installment of Spillit’s collaboration with Crosstown Arts at Dear Diary.  Presenters will bust out their old diaries from childhood and adolescence and share …

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March Madness is here! We’ve got a list for where to watch some of the most anticipated games while enjoying drink and food specials. Young Avenue Deli – …

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Photo: Dixon Gallery and Gardens After the crazy weather we’ve had so far this year, who wouldn’t be pumped for springtime? Because just a few reasons …

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Patio at Maximo’s on Broad, Photo: Amanda Hill When the weather is nice, Memphians commonly find themselves choosing restaurants based on their outdoor seating and …

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Featured photo: Cindy McMillion Caritas Village, a beloved community center in the Binghampton neighborhood is preparing for some major renovations this year. We sat down …

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Calling all hungry but “I-don’t-really-want-to-see-people-right-now” feeling Memphians: we’ve got you covered with these local restaurants and their delivery services. Delivers all over: Chef Shuttle (all over …

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The (somewhat) mysterious midtown project taking shape across from Urban Outfitters on Central has revealed new info and will be called Railgarten. Railgarten is a …

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This Sunday, Jack Oblivian and the Sheiks are turning it up at Memphis Made Beer to celebrate Johnny Cash’s 85th birthday and to raise …

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Local artists will transform the Brooks Museum plaza into a colorful canvas, and you’re invited to join the fun. When: Saturday, March 11th, 10am-2pm Cost: …

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Two Rivers Bookstore is now open at 2172 Young Ave in the historic Cooper Young neighborhood. Owner Heather Cummings spoke with us on her new business …