Checking on the Arts

The Brooks Museum has created the first major retrospective to include Marisol's sculptures in conjunction with her works on paper.

One of the community outreach projects of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, the Drum Circle, is working with the local Veteran's Administration office.


Fuel Film Memphis is a not-for-profit organization engaged in promoting growth of the Memphis film industry by educating filmmakers and investors on the development of independent film projects, and facilitating relationships between investors, producers, directors, and writers to get more local films made in Memphis.


In his latest book, prominent food writer Michael Pollan explores the previously uncharted territory of his own kitchen.


Memphis Symphony board chair Gayle Rose and President and CEO Roland Valliere discuss the financial challenges facing the group.

Voices of the South

Voices of the South presents Holiday Spin, with Sister Myotis: an evening of music, games, and merriment.


NPR's weekly comedy quiz show Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me is coming to Memphis Dec. 19th.  Host Peter Sagal lets us know what to expect.


Playhouse on the Square

A Tuna Christmas is both an affectionate commentary and withering satire of small town, Southern life and attitudes, with 20+ characters played by just two actors. 


In his latest book, music writer Robert Gordon explores the history of the legendary Stax Records.


New Moon Theatre Company

New Moon Theatre Company's Executive Producer Gene Elliot directs Frankenstein, adapted for the stage by Bo List. Elliot and actor Kinon Kepplinger join Darel Snodgrass to discuss the new show.

Based on the writings of Mary Shelley, the play tells the classic tale of Dr. Victor Frankenstein and the creation that ends up ruling his life. The story opens on a haggard, emaciated, and nearly frozen Frankenstein and follows him as he obsessively strives to uncover the secrets of life.

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