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World UFO Day Festival Lands in Memphis

Are there aliens among us? Explore the possibilities at the World UFO Day celebration July 2nd.

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Bartlett Splash Park Opens & Splash Parks Around the County

Fun places to get wet

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Ice Cream Treats at Los Jarochos Cool Down Memphis Heat

Look for creamy paletas and fruit-filled Tornados at this shop on Summer Avenue.

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Kids Have Their Say: Which Woman Should Be on the $10

Surprise, it’s not Kim Kardashian!

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Something in the Water

You may recognize his music from the HBO show “Boardwalk Empire.” Tonight, multi-instrumentalist and vivid storyteller Pokey LaFarge brings his country blues to the Levitt Shell.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis June 26th-28th

Weekend activities are fit for a queen.

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A 1911 View of Broad Avenue in Memphis

A 1911 postcard offers a rare view of Broad Avenue before it was annexed. Look closely and you’ll see a hog hanging outside an old-timey grocery store.

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“Memphis Flyer” Margarita Festival This Weekend

Beat the heat this weekend with a sampling of ice-cold margaritas from the city’s best margarita makers.

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High School Musical Awards Take Two Teens to Broadway

They'll compete for the coveted Jimmy Award

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Spider-Turley Descends To Cut Ribbon for BRIDGES

Henry and Lynne Turley rappelled 30 feet to help dedicate the outdoor rock wall they funded for BRIDGES.

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The Mulford Mansion: Then and Now

Vance Avenue is a street of ghosts. Not a trace remains of one of this city’s nicest homes, the residence of jewelry store owner John Mulford.

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Makeda’s Cookies MemShop Downtown

Delicious butter cookies and more available at the pop-up shop at 488 S. Second through October.

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July 4th Celebrations Around Memphis

From fireworks to parades, there's something for everyone

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Explore “The Art of Video Games” at the Brooks

Have you ever looked at video games as art? This exhibit, organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and on view at the Brooks Museum of Art through September, urges you to do just that.

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Johnson Spray Park to Charge, Free Family Camp at Bass Pro, U-pick Blueberries Are In

News notes for families

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