Memphis City Councilman Berlin Boyd plans to put his mow-to-own program into action next month in order to combat blight in the city.
After receiving approval on Thursday from the Office of Planning and Development to close Echles Street and a small adjacent parking lot, the University of Memphis must await the city council decision to move forward on the plans for a pedestrian bridge across the Southern Avenue railroad tracks.
UPDATE: Two fraternities can hold events on campus again, but investigation on going.
UPDATE: 'LUDA' to take Jeremih's place
Three games into the 2015-16 season, everything, a close loss at then-No. 8 Oklahoma aside, had gone according to plan for the Memphis men’s basketball team – until tonight.
On the surface, it’s not that unique.
The Tigers will play their final road game of the 2015 season Saturday when they travel to Philadelphia to face off against the Temple Owls. Memphis will hope to end its recent two-game skid against an Owls team that lost 44-23 on the road to South Florida last weekend. The Daily Helmsman as…
The two of us embarked on an adventure into the Mississippi forest on a two-day runaway from the deadlines and the demands and the reality.
I'm still processing it. At 6 p.m. I'm standing in an off-white hallway. It's silent and cold. People are scurrying like mice through doors, in and out of dressing rooms. There's shouting in every direction. And then he turns the corner, two suited-men, worn-in grimace, by his side. Keith Richards.
Arts & Entertainment
The University of Memphis Sound Fuzion is preparing for their first performance of the semester Sept. 26 at Campus Day.
Synthy club sounds surround the usual lyrics of The Passport’s “Trigger,” on their new EP re-release, and build to a tasteful electronic rendition of the Memphis band’s first single.
Each year, about 500 students and their families attend the seasonal play, Next to Normal, which will be shown in the University of Memphis Department of Theatre and Dance, on Oct. 1.
The University of Memphis basketball and football teams are not the only students getting a new practice facility.