Visual and Virtual: A Look at the Arts in Memphis

The pandemic brought change and challenges, but arts organizations in Memphis remain healthy in 2022. Article by Memphis magazine. Read entire story here. [Read entire story]

Memphis Artists Describe Their Ideal Art Space

Part of a new series of profiles of local artists. by Eileen Townsend The French writer Gaston Bachelard once wrote about building a dream house: "Maybe it is a good thing for us to keep a few dreams of a house that we [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: April 9-April 12.

See Ballet Memphis’ high flying production of Peter Pan. Check out the action at the Broad Avenue Art Walk. Learn about efforts to make Memphis a healthier city at PechaKucha 9. Witness the expertise of some of [Read entire story]

17 Must-Haves for your 2014 Wedding Plans

As you're planning a wedding, some things are nice to know. Things like which linens are the all the rage or the classic wedding color that's making a comeback... Article by Mahaffey Tent & Event Rentals. Read [Read entire story]

The Little Princess

When her father is reported killed in the Boer War, pampered rich girl Sara Crewe (Shirley Temple) is left to the mercies of a mean-spirited headmistress. Forced to work as a servant and live in the attic, Sara learns [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: April 16-April 21

Discover the arts this weekend! Hear the Memphis Boychoir perform a service of Tenebrae. Meet the artists behind the Dixon’s Memphis Illustrated show. Explore imaginative drawing with local artist Melissa Dunn at [Read entire story]

Bleu Restaurant & Lounge Launches New 901 Tequila Brands

Bleu Restaurant & Lounge Launches New 901 Tequila Brands in conjunction with the Justin Timberlake concert. Article by 901. Read entire story here. [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: May 1 – May 4

Enjoy a free bluegrass music festival under the stars, take the kids on a bear hunt, pay homage to the Civil Rights movement through the art of photography and go back in time at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens for a [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: April 25-27

Discover the arts this weekend! See UnshelteredUnseen at Marshall Arts. Celebrate one of Memphis' historic landmarks when the Tennessee Brewery gets Untapped. Don't miss New Ballet Ensemble's performance of Springloaded. [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: May 15- May 18

Explore an art museum for free, laugh your way back to Ancient Rome, join the bike revolution, experience the stylistic diversity of dance and watch as art imitates life. Here in Memphis we have an authentic, juicy [Read entire story]

Discover the Arts: May 8- May 11

Celebrate the presence of the black cultural arts in Memphis, fall in love with a New York based dance company, venture into the world of Vaudeville and treat your ears to some a capella melodies. Here in Memphis we have [Read entire story]

Cedar Lorca Nordbye’s "To Frame – To Construct – To Occupy” at Crosstown Arts

This past weekend at Crosstown Arts, artist and U of M professor Cedar Lorca Nordbye began the install for his upcoming show, “To Frame - To Construct - To Occupy," with two materials: more than a ton of fresh lumber and [Read entire story]

A Visit to Mary Jo Karimnia’s Studio

I recently stopped by Mary Jo Karimnia's painting studio, a cement-floored building that backs up against the Cooper-Young railroad tracks and houses several Midtown artists. You might recognize Karimnia's work from last [Read entire story]

By Design

“Memphis/Milano” at the Dixon. by Eileen Townsend I hate the way she licks stamps. I hate her furniture ...," says Danny DeVito in the 1986 film Ruthless People.… Read more Subscribe to the comments on this story [Read entire story]

The Brooks’ “The Eclectic Sixties”

Exhibition is part of the museum’s summer focus on the decade. by Eileen Townsend Of the roughly 9,000 works in the Brooks Museum collection, only about 3 percent are on display at any given time. Of that displayed 3 [Read entire story]

57th Annual FedEx St. Jude Classic

This year’s FedEx St. Jude Classic Golf Tournament was nothing short of an ace! As one of the oldest continuously-operated stops on the PGA tour, FedEx St. Jude Classic has generated over $28 million for St. Jude [Read entire story]

Inside Weddings “Home Is Where The Heart Is” Wedding Feature

Mahaffey Tent and Party Rentals is delighted to receive a distinguished recognition in the Spring 2014 issue of INSIDE Weddings Magazine as a rental provider. Article by Mahaffey Tent & Event Rentals. Read entire [Read entire story]

Partner Spotlight on Bella Baxter Special Events

Mahaffey Tent and Party Rentals had the privileged of working with one of our brilliant partners, Bella Baxter Special Events, for the rehearsal dinner and wedding of Leslie and John. Article by Mahaffey Tent & [Read entire story]