April brought out beautiful blooms and beautiful people, while our basketball stories focused new beginnings. Here’s a recap of April’s news from Memphis!
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Join the Metal Museum for a special workshop that will have a focus on a nature inspired design. Metal Museum Foundry personnel will guide you through your project and teach tips, techniques and tricks for carving into a resin bonded tile mold. From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. www.metalmuseum.americommerce.com
Kicking off the entire Memphis in May celebration is the three day music festival that has both a mix of big-name stars performing side by side with local musical acts. Beale Street Music Festival is held in the city’s Tom Lee Park at the foot of Beale Street. From April 29 to May 1. Purchase tickets
On Sunday, May 1, join Oak Hall and St. Jude Research Hospital for a fun, family-friendly three-mile road race while raising money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For more information visit: www.oakhallrunforstjude.racesonline.com
On Sunday, May 1, Pearl will be playing the historic Lafayette’s music room for the first time. Free admission, great food and drinks, all ages. Make your reservations early and come get your dancing shoes on! Pearl plays songs from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. They consist of band members Jim Beaty, Joel Hobson, Otis Ozier,
Jonathan Biss, at 36, is a world-renowned pianist who extends his deep musical and intellectual curiosity from the keyboard to classical music lovers in the concert hall and beyond. He joins Michael Stern and IRIS Orchestra in a performance that is not-to-be-missed! Sunday, May 1 at Germantown Performing Arts Center. For more information: www.irisorchestra.org
For more than forty years the Boys and Girls Club has been bringing leaders of the Memphis community together with their Club members to share a meal and a conversation. This year’s Steak n’ Burger guest speaker is Memphis’ own Penny Hardaway, and with an audience of over 700 people and 50 Memphis companies. Sponsorship benefits include
Annabelle Meacham’s exhibition “My Element” will be on view May 4 through May 28. Join L Ross Gallery for the opening reception Friday, May 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 5040 Sanderlin Avenue. www.lrossgallery.com
Inspired by actual events, Memphis the musical centers around a white disc jokey, Huey, who wants to change the world, and black club singer, Felicia, who is ready for her big break. Their incredible story takes them to the ends of the airwaves and on a journey filled with laughter, emotion, and a whole lot
As the oldest charity golf tournament in Memphis, the Memphis Handicappers Golf Tournament began with the idea that a golfer with an average handicap could help children with special needs. In 1959, a group of prominent Memphis businessmen and golfers turned their love of the game into a way to raise funds to support the
Urban Barn Market is a vintage, handmade, and antique market held at the Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum in the Victorian Village. This spring, our Artfully Vintage theme will beacon you to shop for one of a kind fine art and fine craft along with one of kind vintage and antique finds. Enjoy workshops, live music, and
May events in Memphis take us to the river, the gardens and beyond, and we’ve gathered looks to get you there in style!
Wedges, flats, textures and color — put your best foot forward this season with the latest shoe trends found in local boutiques.
Let’s play “money is no object” for a moment: What would make your list of over-the-top purchases? We have a few ideas in the latest edition of Luxe Loves!
It’s patio season in Memphis, so get ready to enjoy an adult beverage al fresco, and you don’t even have to book a babysitter! (Seriously!)
Savory, sweet and Memphis must-eat! Scoops brings crepes and more to the downtown dining scene.
It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to find the ultimate french fries in Memphis. Here’s where to find your local fry fix!
How much eye cream do you really need? How long can you hang on to that liquid bronzer? We’re on the case to solve these and other beauty mysteries!
If you’re already blowing off the gym and lingering in the Valentine candy aisle, we can help. Here are seven easy steps to resolution success!
Have you heard the buzz about micellar water? Just what is it, and can you really stop washing your face? Image: Garnier
The cool kids aren’t just hanging out in Tom Lee Park this weekend. No, this Saturday, Propcellar is the place to be. Find out what 13 top Memphis interior designers are up to — and how their efforts are supporting the local arts scene.
We tapped interior design experts for points on how to combine more than one pattern in a room, and we were pleasantly surprised at how easy it can be!
Bathrooms don’t always have to stand out. Here is a home with two bathrooms where the design was seamlessly integrated into the entire look of the home.
Canada is the 2016 honored country for the Memphis in May International Festival, so it’s time to raise your knowledge of all things Canadian!
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Do you know Sam, E.H., GE and Paul? If not, you need to! Meet the people behind 9 of the most-traveled streets in Memphis.