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Auction Stopped for Japanese-American Internment Camp Art

Two camps were based in the Delta.

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Second Helping of Bill Morris’ “Lessons in Leadership”

The former three-term Sheriff and four-term Mayor of Shelby County is set to speak at the Church Health Center’s mix-and-mingle event on April 21 at the Tennessee Brewery.

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Back to the Future, Memphis-Style

Most of the time, senior editor Michael Finger stares at a computer screen, writing and editing stories, but last week, he took advantage of one of the perks of this job. How many people have driven a Delorean?

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Goldcrest 51 Returns to the Brewery

Beer, beer, and more beer! The Tennessee Brewery’s original brew is back. Plus, Memphis Beer Week kicks off with the Memphis Brewfest on Saturday.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis April 17th-19th

Feast your eyes on an Olympic-sized weekend.

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Midtown Hosts Inaugural Art Squared Festival

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Maria Montessori School Regatta and Duck Race This Weekend

The family-friendly event includes a canoe and kayak race on the Wolf River Harbor, as well as a wacky boat race and rubber duck race on the school’s campus.

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How a History Story Drew Our Staff into a Murder Investigation

Rumors that the mummified body of John Wilkes Booth had turned up in a circus collector’s house got a lot of attention — including the police department in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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“Bark After Dark” April 17th

Instead of the usual nighttime bike ride, the Humane Society of Memphis & Shelby County is hosting a fundraising cocktail party on South Main. Get your tickets now for a fun-filled evening of karaoke, dancing, and more!

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis April 10th-12th

From start to cadenza, a wild weekend is brewing.

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The Memphis magazine staff blog

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"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. 

Regular participants include long-time Memphis editors such as Marilyn Sadler, Michael Finger, Jackson Baker, Frank Murtaugh, and Kenneth Neill, along with Inside Memphis Business staffers Richard Alley and Anna Cox.

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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