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Blues Hall of Fame Opens Downtown

The Blues Foundation’s long-awaited exhibit is now open.

By Shara Clark

The blues will always have a home in Memphis. And with today’s grand opening of the Blues Hall of Fame on Main Street, so too will some of the nation’s most influential blues musicians’ relics and memorabilia. 183 more words


Blogging on a Friday Night 

about my day, because it was kinda great.

We had cookies and coffee at Muddy’s
He ran around the front, greeted people as they came up, 63 more words


Roses and Lavender

So I have a kimono now.

Sam and I went taste testing today at our favorite date spot. City & State.

It was a good morning, how was yours 9 more words


Two surpises in one week.

Helloooo there!

One of my most favorite things in the world is I love surprising people and just doing nice things here and there to make people happy. 719 more words


Walking in Memphis 

Our arrival in Memphis was to foggy rainy weather, sadly making the place look bleaker than I’d ever expected. We had heard the place was poor, but some of the streets were ghostly, entirely abandoned and the houses in utter disrepair. 947 more words


Martin Luther King Jr. Day guarantees a day of Service!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is a day to remember the life and legacy of one of the most prolific leaders of the modern civil rights movement, Dr. 221 more words


Around Town: The Cheryl Pesce Trunk Show

While getting my Phillip Ashley chocolate fix this weekend, I also had the pleasure of meeting a local jewelry designer, Ms. Cheryl Pesce.  I was super excited to be up close and personal with her and survey more of her awesome work.  141 more words

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