News and Features

I Love Juice Bar

Smoothie Bowls are just what the name implies … smoothies in a bowl!


Melissa Cookston

With the Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest this weekend, we have to talk about barbecue!


WKNO-TV

This week on WKNO-FM's Behind the Headlines, Memphis journalists take a look at the results of the recent primaries and what they have in store for the August election. Also on the roundtable discussion: Graceland's plan for expansion and its ongoing legal disputes with the city and the Grizzlies. Finally, an update on the city council. Host Eric Barnes is joined by Ryan Poe of the Commercial Appeal, Toby Sells of the Memphis Flyer, Karanja Ajanaku of the New Tri-State Defender and Bill Dries of the Memphis Daily News

Joel Hurd WKNO-FM

Last week's overflow crowd at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music had good reason to be excited. On the 15th Anniversary of the museum's opening, Executive Director Jeff Kollath entered stage left wearing white gloves and carrying a baritone saxophone. He then placed it on a stand in the center of the stage. A key instrument of the Stax sound was home.


Andrea LeTard

Some moms are great cooks and others are great at ordering take-out.


Angie Mosier for Turnip Greens & Tortillas

… and there is no better way to celebrate than with a really good taco.


Garden District

and that means lots of Spring time entertaining.


Orpheum Theatre

Handel’s Messiah, the soaring Baroque oratorio, typically resurfaces in churches and concert halls around Christmas or Easter, tracing the birth, death and resurrection of Christ in an immaculate, two-hour ascent to the "Hallelujah Chorus."

Its popularity with audiences – starting with its Dublin premiere nearly 280 years ago – means that the singers and musicians who continue to study and play it also have a certain relationship with the work.


...now is the time to “peel um and eat um!”


I love garlic and use it as a seasoning in so many dishes.


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