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A bill that lowered the fees to expunge criminal records might have been seen as soft on crime, or too forgiving of wrongdoers. Instead, state representative Raumesh Akbari, a south Memphis Democrat, was able to get rare bipartisan support for it during this past session of the Tennessee General Assembly. Gov. Haslam signed the bill into law last week.  


GPAC

This coming Sunday is the Germantown Performing Arts Center Food Truck Music Festival and Auction!


Say Cheese

May 30, 2017

Cheese dips are awesome!


Christopher Blank/WKNO-FM

Memphis was socked by a powerful storm on Saturday, with winds up to 90 miles per hour. Approximately 188,000 MLGW customers were without power. The company's president Jerry Collins says it may take up to a week to get all the power restored. City leaders urge vigilance as this week's temperatures rise into the 80s. Here are some important links to resources. 

Vino al Fresco

May 23, 2017

Wondering what to drink at your Memorial Day picnic this weekend?


When tourists visit Memphis, they might spend the day soaking in the music history. But when musicians make "the pilgrimage" to a famed recording studio, it's about finding the groove. Just ask U.K. recording artist Emily Barker.


Langdon Clay

Since the Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest is this week, I thought it the perfect time to talk about Memphis BBQ’s favorite side  - Cole Slaw!


Jennifer Chandler

Wow your mom this weekend by making her Crème Brulee for a Mother’s Day treat!


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A photo and film exhibit at Crosstown Arts reflects on last January's Women's March on Washington D.C. Filmmakers Sara Kaye Larson and Joann Self Selvidge, along with Yalonda M. James, a photojournalist for the Commercial Appeal, wanted to put the viewer right in the middle of a march, and by extension, a movement.


A Big Easy Treat

May 2, 2017
Cafe du Memphis

For a taste of New Orleans, head to Overton Park this Saturday for Café du Memphis!


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