House arrest day 35 (Thur)

The Gourmade food truck will be out at 525 N. Main from 3 to 7 Saturday, and they will give away a free dessert with the first 100 entrees.

This week’s digital issue of the Memphis Flyer is now online. They’ll be back with a print issue, next week.

Speaking of the Flyer: As your number-one source of news and information about The Edge District, I am excited to tell you that the Memphis Flyer’s annual margarita festival has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 6 deep in the heart of the district at the Boxlot shopping center. Your ticket gets you 15 margarita samples and benefits Volunteer Memphis. This is a 21 and up event, of course. It’s possible this date will have to be moved again, but assuming it happens on the 6th, I may just have to put on my sombrero and saunter on out to The Edge for seis de junio!

When the house arrest is lifted, we gonna be like

Grizzlies assistant Niele Ivey has been hired as the head coach of Notre Dame’s women’s basketball program following the retirement of coaching legend Muffet McGraw. Ivey is an ’01 alum of the Fighting Irish.

The latest Downtown venue to offer bake-at-home pizza: The Peabody.

The local coronavirus rate is slowing down, reports the Daily Memphian.

There’s virtual Cerrito trivia tonight at 7 on Facebook Live.

The ShotGunBillys bring their Shut Up and Sing event to Facebook Live tonight 7-9.

Kind of a slow news day so far. Back later today or tomorrow with more.