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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.


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

News notes for families


Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis June 19th-21st

Set the pace with a stroll or a race this Father’s Day weekend.


Lost Memphis: Wolf River Bathing Beach

The beaches and sandbars of the Wolf River attracted Memphis swimmers and sunbathers in the early 1900s.


Father’s Day in Memphis

A dad reflects on the special magic Memphis brings to Father’s Day.


7 Cool Ways to Celebrate Dad

Or that important guy in your kids' lives


An Interview with Elain Harvey, House of Mews

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


Discover Kids Skate Free & Kids Bowl Free

Lots of fun


Is Chism’s Support the Extra Boost Mayoral Candidate Strickland Needs?

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


Lost Memphis: Filler Burger Drive-In

In the 1960s, Frayser High School students flocked to the Filler Burger Drive-In after school, but not a trace remains of the building today.

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Louisiana Artist George Rodrigue’s Blue Dogs Guard Midtown Building

Louisiana artist George Rodrigue created a sensation with his “Blue Dog” paintings. Today, a pack of them adorn the Union Centre building in Midtown.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis June 12th-14th

Design a springloaded weekend.

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The annual Collierville Chamber magazine launches at the monthly luncheon.


Re-entering the Dating Scene?

Tinder tips for the newly single mom


Nine Places Named Memphis That Aren’t (Our) Memphis

Here’s a little trivia about nine other places on the map named Memphis.