September brings a new season, cooler temperatures and tons of fun happenings all around Memphis! Check out our list of must-hit events this month. Image: Dixon Gallery and Gardens
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Bremont Co-Founders Nick and Giles English are driving over 3,300 miles from New York to Houston in a 1970 Series II E-Type Jaguar, restored by their late father. On their trip, they will be stopping in Memphis to host an evening at Mednikow. They will discuss the history of Bremont and their love of all
The Harrell Theatre is thrilled to present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, opening on September 15. This fun and living musical will also feature school matinees on September 19 and 20. Loosely based on the bible story, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat follows Joseph through his days in Egypt, with an upbeat score
Broadway season at The Orpheum kicks off in September with The Lincoln Center Theater Production of Rogers & Hammerstein’s The King and I. With breathtaking melodies and a compelling story, we can’t wait to catch this classic Broadway revival! orpheum-memphis.com
Don’t miss this evening of fashion, food, drinks and fundraising where all proceeds benefit the Community Law Center. This one of a kind event has everything, including a fashion show, a grizzlies raffle, a silent auction, a live dance demo, a wine pull, fabulous food, a signature cocktail, a giving wall, celebrity bartenders and more. clcmemphis.org
Three days of deals and steals are about to kick off at Palladio Home and Garden! Don’t miss Palladio’s Sidewalk Sale, where merchandise arrives in the tent and then flies right out. Peruse the tents for treasures big and small from Palladio’s stores. First come, first serve. thepalladiogroup.com
Head to the Metal Museum’s most anticipated event of the year, Repair Days, beginning on September 21 and concluding on September 24. Over 200 volunteers will restore as many as 350 items to their former glory – everything from rusted garden furniture to broken jewelry to warped heirloom silver – to raise funds for the
Eclectic Eye is hosting an opening art reception for Rachel Rieves on September 22. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., guests are welcome to mingle with Rachel and check out her “Immeasurably More” series on display and for sale. eclectic-eye.com
Jam out to the high-energy, folksy tunes of The Avett Brothers, the beloved family Americana group out of North Carolina. They are playing the Mud IslandAmphitheater on September 22, and they put on quite the show. Show starts at 8 p.m. mudisland.com
Have you ever considered riding your bicycle to four Memphis tap rooms, in one day? Revolutions Bicycle CoOp did it in April and they’re ready to go again! Don’t miss an afternoon of beer, bicycles and fun, as they visit Memphis Made, Wiseacre, High Cotton, and Ghost River taprooms, all by bicycle! It is sure
The Most Beautiful Color of All art exhibition from Kelly Fischer is coming to GPAC on September 23. Kelly Fischer is a Swiss-American artist originally from Memphis, Tennessee, currently residing in Bern, Switzerland. When describing her exhibition, Fischer said, “My semi-abstract, expressionistic portraits tell a story of whimsical spontaneity. Whereas, my landscapes pull the viewer into a
Frustrated over fashion? Stewing over style? Don’t fret. Style Coach Megan LaRussa is dishing on age-appropriate style, jewelry box basics and more. Image: Atlantic-Pacific
September is here, and that means one thing: football. We’ve gone all gridiron on our Memphis FINDS and found everything you need to tailgate in style!
Breathe new life into your chicken recipe rotation. Here are five tasty tried-and-true options the whole family will enjoy!
Crosstown Concourse’s newest eatery is an urban-casual gathering spot where you can grab a tasty bite, watch a game, visit with friends and play a board game. Image: Next Door American Eatery
Vibrant colors and creative spaces breathe new life into this traditional North Carolina home.
When you invest time and money into your landscaping, make sure you’re taking care of all the pertinent details. The final results will be worth the extra effort.
It’s known for its blues and barbecue, Sun Records and Elvis Presley. But there’s so much more to Memphis. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in the Bluff City. Image: Josh Grenier via Flickr CC
Dreaming of traveling but lacking the funds? Check out these easy ways to save money so you can start packing your bags!
Being a chef is in her DNA. The self-proclaimed “shy” chef with a signature ’50s style opens up when it comes to all things culinary. Meet Valarie Hall, today’s FACE of Memphis.
From porch swings to potlucks, the South is a unique region for sure. Here’s what a handful of Southern transplants wish they knew before moving here. Image: Mary Ann Morgan via Flickr CC