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On June 20, two of the most dominant fighters that have ever fought inside the V3 cage as amateur collide in a pro bout. Former light heavyweight champion, Malcolm ‘Megatron’ Hardmon, will take on former middleweight and light heavyweight champion, Dekaire ‘Sandman’ Sanders.
The next in the Pink Palace Museum’s adult education series, The Science of Wine! Sample different fine wines, hors d’oeuvres, try your luck at our wine pull, and learn the science behind your favorite vintages!
By Eyan and Ivon Wuchina
Seeing a less familiar side of a captivating place like Memphis is a must for anyone looking to explore what the city has to offer. The CosRave 1 presented by Tronikas held in the 1884 Lounge at Minglewood Plaza made that possible.
See Superman The Movie (1978) in 2D on the Pink Palace Giant Screen!
Showing Saturdays in June at 4PM.
Live at the Garden today announced that it has been informed that Aretha Franklin will not be making her scheduled concert appearance on June 26. Immediately following the notification about Ms. Franklin, the Live at the Garden team began making inquiries across its network of agents and promoters, and is proud to announce that Chaka Khan has agreed to fill the date.
26TH SOUTHERN HERITAGE CLASSIC CULTURAL CELEBRATION PRESENTS
With Special Guest Jammin Jay Lamont
at The Orpheum Theatre Sept. 10th at 8:00 PM
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, JUNE 12 AT 10:00 AM
By Christine Heggestad Living Clean with Christine writer! #KansasCityGirls #LCWC #EatClean #healthyliving
Summertime is upon us and in the heat of the day nothing sounds better than an ice cold treat! But before you reach for that store bought sugar laden artificially flavored frozen treat, think about cooling off with something healthier.
Frank Chin takes us inside the Memphis Italian Festival! This was a great year for the festival . . .