Friday update #2

The Memphis Hustle, the Grizzlies’ G-League team, have released their 2017-18 schedule. Home games are played at The Landers Center in Southaven, but the Friday, November 24 game vs. Salt Lake City will happen at FedExForum.

In other Hustle news, the MBJ reports that Renasant Bank has signed on with the Hustle as founding bank partner.

Job news: GE Capital is hiring a Branding and Marketing Specialist in Memphis.

From Memphis magazine: The End of the Lovin’ Kate Adams Riverboat, which burned while docked at the foot of Monroe in 1927. has a great article about the Memphis Music & Heritage Festival, happening on the Main Street Mall September 2 and 3. They really did a good job spotlighting how the diversity of this festival – both in genres of music and other celebrations of regional culture – just can’t be beat.

The More You Know, the More You Grow is the theme at the Memphis Farmers Market this Saturday. They’ll have a full day of education for you. UT College of Pharmacy will have information on allergy and asthma solutions. American Red Cross will be there to educate you on all the services they provide the community. The Master Gardeners will be there to answer all your fall gardening questions. Live music by Buck Hutcheson 8:30-10. The Market runs every Saturday 7 AM to 1 PM under the pavilion at Front and G.E. Patterson. Also, don’t forget about Market Squared every Wednesday 4-7 PM in Court Square!

Get the latest Johnny Cash reissue at Sun Records:

That’s it for now. Probably going to hit South Main Trolley Night tonight. In particular I want to check out what is happening at 409 S. Main. Back tomorrow with more news.