Monday update

The Memphis Police Department has released a surveillance photo of the car involved in the deadly hit-and-run accident at Overton Square last Wednesday. The car is believed to be a silver Ford Mustang with a dark line or decal across the rear bumper. It has damage to the front, windshield and roof. If you know anything about the whereabouts of this car and its driver, please call 901-545-COPS. Many of my friends knew the victim and want to see justice done.

The SMA has a new website: Go South Main

WMC has photos of the renovation process to transform the former Peabody Place Mall into ServiceMaster headquarters.

Next week (March 6-12) is Memphis Black Restaurant Week. Downtown restaurants that are participating include DeJavu, Scoops Parlor, The Office@Uptown, Cafe 7/24, Guilt Free Pastries, and Cupcake Cutie Etc.

The Brass Door is closed today for repairs and will be back open tomorrow.

The Orpheum has announced that Brit Floyd, the world’s greatest Pink Floyd tribute show, will perform at the theater on June 3. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 AM.

Cerrito Trivia is reverting its Thursday trivia night at the Green Beetle to General Trivia. The past few years, trivia nights there have had themes. Down the street at the Arcade, trivia there will continue to be themed to different TV shows, movies, etc. every week.

The Memphis Beer Bracket is down to four.

The Calvary Waffle Shop opens Thursday. It runs Tuesday through Friday during Lent from 11 AM to 1:30 PM and has some really good speakers. Waffle Shop After Dark will be open Wednesdays during Lent starting next Wednesday, March 8.

President Trump orders his steak well done and eats it with ketchup.

That’s all the news for now. Most likely I will be out at Bardog for Melissa Monday after work.