Got news on several places hiring for some really neat positions. First of all, Madison Growler inside the Cash Saver on Madison in Midtown is looking to hire someone. They describe the job as a first step in your journey of beer, and could well lead to a career working for breweries or distributors. Ideally they are looking for full-time but for the right candidate would consider part-time. More details
That’s not the only beer-related job out there, though. Wiseacre Brewing Co. is now hiring taproom staff for its new Downtown location at B.B. King and Butler, as well as for its original location on Broad. They’re looking with people with a passion for beer. This job offers upward mobility as well, with people on Wiseacre’s sales staff and administrative staff who started in the taproom. If interested, visit the Careers section of the brewery’s website.
Texas de Brazil is hiring meat carver and server positions. Full-time and part-time are available. Apply at the restaurant between 2 and 4 in the afternoon Monday-Friday. Servers there are known to make very good money.
For pro wrestling fans: A new YouTube program, filmed at Rizzo’s, will discuss what’s going on in wrestling and will be posted around 2 PM every Thursday. Here’s the first episode:
The Daily Memphian has an article on reimagining the Cossitt Library and how its manager, Shamichael Hallman, found the perfect fit in Memphis. The library, when it reopens, is going to be such an important keystone of Downtown Memphis.
Chris Hill plays The Vault on G.E. Patterson tonight from 8:30 to 11:30.
A new hotel is planned for the area near FedExForum. With an address of 135 Vance, the Home2Suites by Hilton will have 110 rooms.
The Memphis Flyer’s 2020 beer bracket is online. You can vote for your favorite local beers.
Quench, the liquor and wine store on Second across from the Peabody, will host a Tennessee whiskey tasting today from 5 to 7.
Crosstown Brewing Co. celebrates its second birthday tomorrow.
The Silly Goose is planning some Creole dishes for its Mardi Gras masquerade party tomorrow night. Dylan in the kitchen told me he’s thinking about doing some red beans & rice and some crab & crawfish gumbo. Things get started around 9 PM tomorrow and the first 100 get decorative masks.
The city is installing speed cameras in school zones.
The Grizzlies play the L.A. Lakers on the road tonight. You can catch the game at 9:30 on Fox Sports Southeast.
That’s it for now. Back tomorrow.