How’s it going, everybody!? We hope everyone had a great weekend. We saw a lot of rain this weekend in our fair city. Bad weather can be a downer! Luckily, Kevin Cerrito Trivia is the best way to start some fun! Make sure you check out all the awesome places to play in the 901!Read More
By: Johanna Edwards
The weather outside may be frightful (at least by Memphis standards, where anything below 60 degrees is considered sweater weather!) but there's lots of fun to be had in the 901, so grab your warmest jacket and climb out from under that electric blanket. There will be plenty of time to hide out indoors when Memphis gets its annual inch of snow. But right now the roads are clear and there are some great happenings taking place over the next few days. Read on to find out more.Read More
If you're looking for a break from the hectic holiday stress (and who isn't?) why not head out to Minglewood Hall and unwind with one of their Christmas-themed concerts? I've attended many events at Minglewood Hall, and trust me when I tell you their Christmas offerings are not to be missed.Read More
I sound a bit like a used car salesman, but it's all good because I'm talking about FOOD. As we head into the weekend, you've still got three days to enjoy the glorious event that is Downtown Dining Week. If you're not familiar with this awesome annual event, here's what you need to know: Each year, many of Downtown Memphis's most awesome restaurants come together to offer special 3-course dinners* for the monetary equivilient of the current year ($20.16). This year, nearly 50 restaurants are partcipating, including everyone from Loflin Yard to Bluefin to Felicia Suzanne's. As of Friday afternoon, many locations still have reservations available throughout the weekend (and others are only taking walk-ins).Read More
It's rare to meet a writer whose life story is as fascinating as the characters he creates.
But that's exactly the case when it comes to Joshua Hood, a decorated combat veteran, lifelong Memphis, and bestselling author of two intense military thrillers.
Josh Hood didn't have an easy road to publication, but the 36-year-old refused to give up, pushing forward despite receiving 80-plus rejections for his first book. Most people would have likely thrown in the towel at that point.Read More