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Kids Ultimate Fitness Challenge

Kids and parents: Test your physical fitness this weekend at Audubon Park.

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Make Plans Now for the 2015 Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair

Now in its fifth year, the book fair sponsored by the Tennessee Antiquarian Booksellers Association (July 18-19) is a great reason to visit Sewanee, Tennessee.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis July 3rd-5th

It’s a red, white, and cruise weekend in Memphis.

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No Excuses: Fitness Station Coming to Audubon Park

Adding to the number of exercise options in Memphis, an adult fitness station will open in Audubon Park later this summer.

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The M.U.L.E. Rides Again

Memphian Melvin McCoy will set out on foot for a 500-mile journey with his dog and his backpack invention on July 1st.

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World UFO Day Festival Lands in Memphis

Are there aliens among us? Explore the possibilities at the World UFO Day celebration July 2nd.

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Something in the Water

You may recognize his music from the HBO show “Boardwalk Empire.” Tonight, multi-instrumentalist and vivid storyteller Pokey LaFarge brings his country blues to the Levitt Shell.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis June 26th-28th

Weekend activities are fit for a queen.

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“Memphis Flyer” Margarita Festival This Weekend

Beat the heat this weekend with a sampling of ice-cold margaritas from the city’s best margarita makers.

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Spider-Turley Descends To Cut Ribbon for BRIDGES

Henry and Lynne Turley rappelled 30 feet to help dedicate the outdoor rock wall they funded for BRIDGES.

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The Memphis magazine staff blog

About This Blog

"901" is the current affairs blog compiled by the staff of Memphis magazine, where readers can find breaking-news tidbits relating to all facets of life in the Bluff City. 

Edited by Shara Clark, Contemporary Media's special projects editor, this blog's regular participants include long-time Memphis editors such as Marilyn Sadler, Michael Finger, Jackson Baker, Frank Murtaugh, and Kenneth Neill. "901" also includes regular contributions from Inside Memphis Business staffers Richard Alley and Anna Cox Thompson, as well as the staff of the Memphis Flyer.

Every Thursday our Calendar Editor, Julie Ray, posts her picks for the weekend's events and activities.

"901" is the place where Memphis readers can "dial in" to find fresh reporting of recent developments in our city's political, economic, and cultural life.

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