Friday update

Peach cobbler nachos are coming to Downtown Memphis. Chef Tam’s Underground Cafe has been so successful, the Memphis Flyer reports, that a second location will be opened in The Edge District. It will be in the old Quetzal space on Union, not far from Sun Studio. The space is big enough to not only sell food but Chef Tam’s line of spices and general merchandise. Oh, by the way, Chef Tam just introduced a new menu item: apple pie nachos.

It’s been confirmed that the TV series Bluff City Law will indeed film in Memphis. The show is hiring crew members to work July through November. Experience in episodic television is preferred but not required.

Expected bad weather is forcing the Cossitt Library to postpone its Riverfront Storytime from today to next Friday, June 14. RSVP here. This is an event that introduces children to the Mississippi River via stories and playtime. There will be two storytimes, at 10 AM and 6 PM.

A fresh batch of Nikki’s Hot Nuts just got delivered to Cordelia’s Market. This is a collaboration between Nikki’s Hot Products and The Peanut Shoppe on Main. Cashews, almonds and peanuts are in Nikki’s Hot Bloody Mary Mix and spices by The Peanut Shoppe.

Volunteer Odyssey is hiring. They are seeking a Manager of Fundraising and Special Events. This person will ensure that fundraising continues at a steady rate and will create and execute fundraising events and campaigns. This person will also work with other team members to ensure that Memphis is the best place in the country to volunteer. Send a cover letter and resume to This position will be open through June 24. More info

Get fresh at the Memphis Farmers Market tomorrow. Representatives of Memphis 901 FC will be there to discuss Memphis’ new pro soccer team. There will be a Kids’ Corral with activities to celebrate National Fruit & Veggie Month. There will be live, local music all day thanks to South Main Sounds. The Market runs 8 AM-1 PM every Saturday at the pavilion at Front and G.E. Patterson, behind Malco Powerhouse.

Redevelopment is underway for the Snuff District, in Uptown along the eastern bank of the Wolf River Harbor. The area is so named because of the presence of the American Snuff Factory Building. Apartments, single-family homes, office space, retail, and a river walk are among the plans.

It’s National Donut Day! Here’s where to get free and discounted donuts today. Free donuts? Wonder if the Nuh-Uh Girl will show up.

The Belz Museum will show two movies this weekend. Howl’s Moving Castle will be on screen at noon Saturday, and The Book Thief will be Sunday’s noon movie. Admission to the movies is free. If you wish to tour the museum while you are there, it is $6 adults, $5 senior 55+, and $4 college students.

Good news: The FCC voted for carriers to be allowed to block robocalls before they ever reach customers’ phones.

Primas Bakery+Boutique has a new macaron-mobile. It will be popping up at parties and festivals around town. It will be available for catering as well.

I’m about to get on the WWE Network for Super Showdown, an event from Saudi Arabia that is supposed to be pay-per-view quality. I have to say I’m underwhelmed with the card, though. 54-year-old Undertaker will wrestle 52-year-old Goldberg for the first time ever, and for a bad 3-4 minute match they will get paid more than the average person makes in a year. Shane McMahon wrestles Roman Reigns in a match I couldn’t care less about, and Triple H faces Randy Orton for the 5000th time. Ugh. I will watch but I don’t have high expectations.

Back tomorrow with more news.