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Local event happening this weekend for those interested in TV & Film Industry

MEMPHIS, TENN. — Are you interested in the TV and Film Industry? If so, an event is happening this Saturday that you need to be aware of. Princeton James, who is a multi-talented playwright, producer, actor, director, etc. from Mississippi will be hosting an event Saturday morning designed to attract local folks from the film industry titled “This is the Cooler.”
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The Truth About Gina And Pat Neely's Divorce

It's been a long time since anyone has seen Pat and Gina Neely together onscreen. The two used to co-host Food Network's "Down Home With The Neelys," which ran from 2008 to 2014 (via IMDb). The show, which featured Pat, a longtime restauranteur (via Pat Neely's website) and his charmingly effervescent wife, Gina, cooking in their kitchen at the home they shared in Memphis, Tennessee, was an unprecedented smash hit (via Gina Neely's website). Viewers loved watching the warm, funny, and seemingly typical married couple dynamics between Pat and Gina, not to mention the down-home wisdom the two had to offer about food and cooking, especially Southern cooking and barbecue. Sadly, however, all was not as it seemed.
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The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, September 16-22

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Emerging Memphis Rapper Fifty Shotz Releases Debut EP ‘Menace’

Rapping about the struggles of growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, ‘Menace’ is the hot debut album from Fifty Shotz. Repping his hometown which will always have a special place in his heart, Fifty Shotz was inspired to rap by his cousin Pooh Shiesty and his home and family run as a theme throughout the 5 track EP.
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Famous filming locations in Memphis: 3 iconic movies

Memphis may be far removed from Hollywood; however, we can claim more than a few movie filming locations. Whether you’re visiting from out of town and looking for something other than the typical tourist attractions, or if you live here and want to be a tourist in your own city, why not go on a film tour of Memphis? Here are a few of the most famous movies that have been filmed in Memphis, and where you can find some pretty cool filming locations.
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Transgender photo exhibit breaks ground for Brooks Museum

“On Christopher Street: Transgender Portraits by Mark Seliger” first became a book in 2016, with a companion film in which Seliger’s subjects tell their own stories. This weekend, in Memphis and for the first time, it becomes a museum exhibit at the Brooks Museum of Art.
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New public art installation adds beauty and history to Mid-South Coliseum revitalization effort

“The Words of Memphis” is a new public art installation on the north side of the long-unused Mid-South Coliseum building. Child-and-father artist team Nisa Williams (they/she) and Theo James were commissioned by the Coliseum Coalition to create a six-panel mural based on six “words of Memphis”: culture, talent, justice, community, passion, and imagination.
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Carmeon Hamilton’s Reno My Rental

Carmeon Hamilton introduces beauty and personal style to Memphis rental spaces in her new HGTV and discovery+ show, Reno My Rental. (Photos: Courtesy of discovery+) The Memphis Flyer is Memphis’ alternative newsweekly, serving the metro Memphis area of nearly a million residents. The Flyer was started in 1989 by Contemporary Media, Inc., the locally owned publishers of Memphis magazine. For over 30 years, The Memphis Flyer has hit the streets every Wednesday morning with a blend of serious hard news and Memphis’ best entertainment coverage.
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Notes from Flyover Country: Caki Wilkinson’s “The Survival Expo”

Memphis-based poet Caki Wilkinson recently released her third poetry collection, The Survival Expo (Persea Books). The slim volume, between its robin’s egg blue and orange cover, contains pure magic. How else to describe an object that can instantly transport a reader somewhere else — the back row of seats in a high school classroom, the line at the gates of Graceland, or the curb outside the Royal Valet? The Survival Expo is a passport to another place, yes, but even more so, to another state of mind. The tension of a particularly fraught family gathering, a supermarket in Tennessee, Turtletown, a scuffed counter with its sign: WE WASH AND PRESS AMERICAN FLAGS FOR FREE!
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