Monday update

Max’s Sports Bar will host a watch party for Karen Waldrup on The Voice tonight at 7. Karen has been a musical staple at the Farmers Market and other South Main venues for more than a decade.

My buddy Kendall recently redid Local on Main’s website and it looks great. Check it out.

Sad to hear that the Pizza Dis, Pasta Dat food truck was ransacked Saturday morning. The owner is known for hiring people with felonies who otherwise would have trouble getting work.

A bookstore is opening at 55 S. Main in the former Feast & Graze location.

From Bloomberg: Beer sellers use a loophole to break into weed drink market

Get your canned-abis at Bardog

Go Pacers and go Timberwolves. We Memphians gotta support other small-market teams.

From The Guardian: The story of Stax

Building plans have been approved for a Chick-fil-A location in Uptown.

Jeeps on Beale happens Tuesday evening.

E.T. will be this week’s free movie presented by the DNA at BRIDGES. 7:45 PM Thursday.

Thanks to Labelle Haven Baptist Church of Olive Branch for-coming out to the Union Mission to feed and preach to us last night. Their monthly meal of Salisbury steak in onion gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, and banana pudding is always received with a warm welcome.

Back tomorrow with more news.

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