Wed update #2

Potential sell-out alert: The 1994 movie Clerks will be shown at the Halloran Centre Friday night as part of the Orpheum’s Summer Movie Series. The movie series has moved to the Halloran Centre for a couple of months while the Orpheum gets renovations, but Halloran’s auditorium is smaller (I think capacity is 361). This is a very popular movie, and in a space that small it is likely to sell out. If you want to go, I suggest you purchase your tickets in advance. Tickets are $8 for adults/$6 children. This movie is rated R and I have seen it myself, and would not recommend taking kids under 13 to see it. Fabulous cult classic movie for adults though.

The movie starts at 7, but come early to take a quiz to see which Clerks character you are, and for the chance to win an Indie Memphis prize. Drink specials and selfie station prior to the movie.

Explore Memphis, the new bike share program coming to the city, will have a demo from 4 to 7 PM at Union and Main today.

Ghost Town Blues Band headlines the Thursday Peabody rooftop party tomorrow night. $10 to get in, first 200 ladies free, doors open at 6, entertainment starts at 7. Admission includes a buffet of assorted pintxos and…

Wait. You’re thinking “WTF is a pintxo?”, aren’t you? Google to the rescue. It’s a Spanish thing, a small snack that is skewered on a cocktail stick.

… and if you’re in VIP, you get a second buffet of traditional paella, tortillas espanola, and chorizo stuffed mushrooms. Raspberry margaritas and Firefly moonshine peach sangria are the drink specials, with an additional drink special of pineapple passion punch in VIP.

WWE Monday Night RAW has been announced for FedExForum Monday, September 19. I may have to go to that one. Would love to see Enzo Amore and Big Cass in person. Finn Balor too. Also Sasha Banks.

Loflin Yard has released their music lineup for this week: Paul “Snowflake” Taylor Thursday, The Joe Restivo 4 Friday, John Paul Keith Saturday, and Jeremy Pinnell and the 55s on Sunday.

For those of you who fly Southwest, there’s a deal for a discounted gift card for the airline right now.

That’s it for now, time to grab some lunch. Back tomorrow.

Wednesday morning update

This Friday coming up, July 29, is the last Friday of the month and you know what that means… it will be time for another South Main Trolley Night. Many of the shops and galleries in the South Main Arts District will stay open late so you can shop and mingle with your neighbors. The theme this month is “Christmas in July,” so put on your Santa hat and tinsel and come on down. There will be a Santa in the South Main Association area next to Bluff City Coffee. You can take your photo with him, and he will be taking pre-orders for holiday gifts from South Main shops. Free koozies for anyone wearing a holiday outfit.

South Main Songwriter Night 33 will happen that evening at 550 S. Main. Come hear music by Steve Schad, Steven Pittman, Roger Wild, Justin Davis, Amaris, and Mary Katherine Wright. Also, set your DVRs: There’s a new TV show! South Main Sounds Live will feature videos of the shows, interviews, and profiles of South Main businesses. The show will air at 1:30 AM on WREG on Sundays.

On Friday night, author Samantha Crespo will be signing the new second edition of her book, 100 Things to Do in Memphis Before You Die outside the songwriter night at 550 S. Main. Learn more about the book and a related contest here.

I have job news, but this is truly a different kind of job and you have to have the right personality. Inland Marine Services is hiring deckhands, cooks, and pilots. You’d be part of a team that helps get boats and barges up and down the Mississippi and other parts of the U.S. river system. The way it works is, you’re “on” (as in, on the boat) for several weeks at a time (I think 4 but don’t hold me to that), and then you come back ashore flush with cash to spend for a couple of weeks off. I have a buddy who does this and loves his job.

The Grizzlies 2016 preseason schedule has been posted:

French restaurant Tart Cafe, located in Midtown at 820 S. Cooper, is planning a Downtown location. The second location will open in One Commerce Square at Main and Monroe.

75% of Gabby Johnson will reunite this Friday to perform at the Tin Roof from 10 PM to 2 AM. Donnie Marrs, Juno Avent, and Joey McBride will perform.

Interested in being a teacher? Hawaii is begging you to move there to fill 1600 vacancies by teachers who will retire this year. If you have a bachelor’s degree and any experience with children at all, your chances are pretty good. You don’t need a teaching certificate. Special ed, science, and math are especially in demand.

One901 has a review of Scoops Parlor, where you can get ice cream and filled crepes on G.E. Patterson Avenue.

Evelyn and Olive will be closed August 23-30 to give their staff a vacation.

That’s it for this morning. Time for work. Possibly back later today with more.

Tuesday update

The Downtown Memphis Commission has announced its first round of grants for events and activation. Recipients include Victorian Village Home Tour, Start Co. “Summer Never Stops,” Beale Street Cigar Fest, Indie Memphis Youth Film Festival, Oktoberfest on the River, 19th Annual Indie Memphis Film Fest, Basketball Jones Art & Theatre Series, and National Black Box Performing Arts Fest/Strange Fruit performance at Cannon Center.

It’s dollar King Cotton hot dog night at the Redbirds, as is every Tuesday evening game. Opponent is the Oklahoma City Dodgers, first pitch 7:05, gates open at 6.

Hot Rods on Beale is back this evening. Check out the cars beginning at 6:00.

From Mashable: How to teach your dog to take selfies and text them to you. I have no doubt I know dog owners crazy enough to attempt this.

Downtown Yoga is having its special Candlelight Flow & Meditation class this evening at 6:45.

I have more information about National Night Out. It will happen Tuesday, August 2 from 6 to 8 at the Central Station (Farmers Market) pavilion. It’s a chance to learn how community-police partnerships can help make neighborhoods safer. Many MPD officers will be on hand, so please come out and thank them for all they do. This year especially, they need to hear your thanks. There will be food donated by local restaurants (don’t forget, get there right at 6 for Jack Pirtle’s chicken!) and live music by Just Around the River Band. Donations toward the Beale Precinct will be accepted. This event is hosted by DNA and SMA with the help of MATA and the Memphis Farmers Market.

Do you have a magnetic personality and enjoy engaging others? You can audition to be part of the Grizzlies Claw Crew on August 21. If selected, you’ll get to travel around the city and the region getting the public engaged with our Memphis Grizzlies. This is a great entry into a sports marketing career.

Left turns are coming to the intersection of Union and McLean in Midtown beginning August 1. The city will introduce a new signal for drivers to ignore as they play Pokemon Go.

You know how I have been predicting that the Rio Olympics are going to be a disaster? Well, here’s a sign o’ the times:

I need to do some research on the Romanian women’s gymnastics squad sometime soon.

Here’s a Bill Murray quote that is especially relevant last week and this week:

So if you lie to the government it’s a felony.
But if they lie to us, it’s politics.

If you missed my weekend posts, scroll back to Saturday for a chart of how much presidential candidates lie… even the most honest ones are only telling the truth about 50% of the time.

I completely agree with this Washington Post editorial about Donald Trump. Longtime readers know I was not a fan of George W. Bush, but I never had a doubt he would uphold the Constitution. Trump won’t necessarily. Here’s a Wikipedia page for those of you who want to know more about what a Trump presidency will be like: cult of personality. (No, not the song).

That’s it for now… maybe a second post later. I will be out at the Blind Bear after work this evening.

Herb-encrusted rack of lamb @ Rizzo’s

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A minor electrical fire closed Rizzo’s for several days last week. Everything was back in shape by Sunday, so Chef Michael Patrick did a rare Sunday opening. It sounded like a good excuse to try something off the new menu, so I headed down there. I got the herb-encrusted rack of lamb, with mango, horseradish demi-glace, and garlic mashed potatoes. How was it? I will borrow a phrase from my friend Jack… it was baaaaaaaad to the bone.

I won’t eat lamb from just any place, because if cooked wrong it can come out gamey. With Chef doing the cooking, though, I knew I had nothing to worry about. It was cooked to perfection. The garlic mashed potatoes were a perfect compliment and went great with the sauce. Absolutely an A+ dinner that I would get again.

Check out Rizzo’s website and take a gander at the new menu. It’s at the corner of South Main and Butler across from the fire station in the arts district. If you haven’t been to Rizzo’s, come find out why many people (including me) have been raving about Michael Patrick’s food for more than a decade.

I’ll try to be back at lunchtime or after work with a news post.

Son of Giant Hole, free food tip and more

If you live in the Downtown core and need to get to Riverside Drive to get to work, I would just avoid using Monroe to get there for the foreseeable future. Back in December, the city dug The Giant Hole between Front and Main and left it covered with metal plates for months. Yesterday they dug Son of Giant Hole.

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There were trucks that said MLGW on them, but I have also heard they are replacing one of Memphis’ oldest telephone exchanges. Personally, I think they just like digging holes.

Okay. I promised you an insider tip this weekend, so let’s get going on that. Tuesday, August 2 there will be an event under the pavilion at the Farmers Market at Front and GE Patterson. It’s National Night Out, an opportunity to thank our police officers, firefighters and other first responders for the work they do. It’s also a chance for the community to meet with our police officers and talk about how we can work together to protect our neighborhoods. There will be food and live music. More details to come but this is always a fun night.

So here’s my insider tip. I have not seen hours for this event published yet, but I will get them for you this week. What you want to do is not be fashionably late to National Night Out. Be there the very minute it starts. Why, you ask? Give me three words.

Jack Pirtle’s chicken.

Okay, indulge me just a little and give me four words.

Free Jack Pirtle’s chicken.

Restaurants from all over Downtown come out and supply food for National Night Out at the pavilion, but Memphians know where the good stuff is. Those two-pieces and chicken tenders and liver dinners will be gone in less than 20 minutes. Better put this one on the calendar, or you will miss out!

I should start a list of “you’re not a true Memphian until you…”  You’re not a true Memphian until you dip a piece of chicken in Jack Pirtle’s gravy.

While we’re on the subject of Jack Pirtle’s… they have a school supply drive barrel at Bluff City Coffee, 505 S. Main, through Wednesday. They are asking the public to fill it up with school supplies for the children of Memphis.

Free yoga returns to the Farmers Market this coming Saturday, July 30. There will be a yoga class by Downtown Yoga at the Market at 10 AM. Sign up here. YOGA!

Have you not got around to watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens yet? Well, you can watch it Tuesday, for free. It’s the finale of Twilight Tuesday at Beale Street Landing, with the movie shown for free on the big screen at 8:30 PM.

Giveaway alert for the kids at the Redbirds this evening: The first 1500 kids age 12 and under at AutoZone Park this evening get a free Rockey Redbird lunchbox. Kids run the bases after the game, and the first 2500 get a free Prarie Farms ice cream treat. Gates at 5, first pitch 6:05.

Memphis Made Brewing Co. is hosting Plunge to Expunge, a fundraiser for JustCity’s Clean Slate Fund, Friday August 12 from 4 to 7 PM. As you can imagine, it is a lot easier to find a job when you don’t have a criminal record… however, those eligible for expungement have to pay a $450 fee to make it happen. It’s not easy to come up with $450 when you don’t have a job. There will be a dunking booth with celebrity dunkees including Al Kapone, Katrina Coleman, Pastor DeAndre Brown, Professor Daniel Kiel, and Andy Cates. Music by Agent C of The Detective Agency.

SNOZberry returns to Beale Street this Friday, July 29, from 7 to 10 PM.

When I go to Grizzlies games, I enjoy seeing Z-bo and TA and Big Spain and all the guys play. I enjoy watching Grizz shoot T-shirts out of a cannon and I enjoy watching the Grizz Girls dance. But the thing I look forward to the most is a performance by the Grizzlies Grannies and Grandpas, their over-50 dance team. These guys and gals are fantastic… and they’re looking for you. Audition to be a part of the Grizzlies Grannies and Grandpas Saturday, August 20. If you want to get a head start, there are some clinics earlier in the month.

Paulette’s has announced its August Wine Dinner by chef Jeremy Jaggers for Tuesday, August 2 at 7 PM. There will be wines from California, Italy, Argentina and Washington. Courses will include a Popcorn Grit Cake, Creole Duck, Crab Stuffed Fliet Mignon, and Lemon Mascarpone Cheesecake. $65 per person plus tax and gratuity.

That’s all for now. Time for D-RANKS with B-RAD at the Blind Bear. Sunday Fun Day!

Sat update: A birthday, an interesting book signing, the presidential candidates’ Mendacity Meter and more

Normally I wouldn’t lead off a blog post with news of a non-Downtown business, but this time I am making an exception. Mark your calendars: Two weeks from today, Saturday, August 6, The Slider Inn celebrates its 5th birthday. The Slider Inn is the sister restaurant of Downtown bars Bardog Tavern and Aldo’s Pizza Pies, and it has one of the best patios in Memphis. All the local breweries will be serving beer on the patio, and there will be bobbing for beer, live music, cornhole, and $3 mini-slushies. Contest with details to be announced at a later date. Us Downtowners may have to get together to split a Lyft or Uber out there to see our “DAWG” John D in his native habitat. For those of you who rarely get out of Downtown, the Slider Inn is at the corner of Peabody and Cooper.

Next Friday at South Main Trolley Night, South Main Book Juggler will host a signing of what sounds like a really good book, Run for Freedom. Here’s a summary from the event’s Facebook page:

Run for Freedom, a Historical Paranormal Romance follows two runaway slaves—
Freedom and her twin brother Triumph.
The author asks the question, “Are you willing to die for a fleeting chance at
life?” The choice was to run for freedom or die never having been valued as a human—as a woman. The penalty was the same—death!

The signing will be 6-8 PM on Friday, July 29.

The Brass Door is accepting applications for servers Monday and Tuesday from 10 AM to 3 PM. Applicants must have server experience, a current ABC card, and transportation. They are asking that you apply in person; no phone calls.

Tickets are now on sale for the Mid-South Pride Fest Pride Concert at Handy Park on Friday, September 23 from 7 to 10 PM. Seeing Red, Tori WhoDat and DJ Spaceage will perform. The event will be hosted by Freak Nasty. $5 in advance or $10 at the door.

A study was done of all the 2016 presidential candidates and President Obama, examining 50 statements that were made since 2007 as to what degree of truth or lies was in them. Folks, I present to you what I like to call the “Mendacity Meter.” The statements are graded as “Pants on Fire” (as in “Liar, liar, pants on fire”), False, Mostly False, Half True, Mostly True, or True.

Hillary Clinton is often called a liar, but the study shows that label may not be accurate. Not only is she near the bottom of the chart (where top of the chart is “biggest liar,” but she actually scored better than Bernie Sanders (although it was close, and Sanders was the only one to have no “Pants on Fire” in the chart at all).

As for who lies the most, c’mon, do I even have to tell you? Hint: He gave a speech Thursday night.

As for who lies the least, if you like your president the way you like your coffee (strong and black) I think you will be pleased.

Jeb and Kasich were rated the most honest Republicans.

It’s a telling sign of American politics that no candidate got much beyond the 50% line with “mostly true” and “true” statements.

Too bad there isn’t a Mendacity Meter for Downtown locals…

The Downtown Neighborhood Association has two events coming up next week. On Tuesday they will have the monthly meeting, this month at Spindini. Speakers will include Lynn Sitler, Memphis & Shelby County Film Commissioner, and Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell. Social time at 5:45, Sitler speaks at 6:10, Luttrell at 6:45.

Then on Thursday, it will be DNA’s monthly happy hour, this month at the Hard Rock Cafe. No agenda, just social time with your neighbors. Non-DNA members are always welcome at the happy hours. 6 PM is the start time.

In a post later this weekend: An insider tip on how to get the most enjoyment out of an upcoming event. Be sure to check back. I’ll give you a hint: It’s a tip the Nuh-Uh Girl would use if she were in town.

Keeping an eye on the weather, but as of right now it looks like I am safe to walk to the Memphis Farmers Market here in a bit. Still on a search for mint, and of course I will hit the food trucks. Back tomorrow with more news.

Friday update

The Redbirds are having another premium giveaway at tomorrow night’s game. The first 1500 in the park get a Stephen Piscotty bobblehead, commemorating the time the former Minor League Player of the Year spent with the Redbirds. There will be postgame fireworks after the game. First pitch at 6:35, and gates open at 5:00.

Also, the Redbirds will have a special ticket that includes an all-you-can-eat buffet for the Thursday, July 28 game. On the menu for this game: Hot dogs. $12 bluff, $17 field box, $20 dugout.

If you like burgers, you’ll like the Green Beetle’s new punch cards. Try all of their burgers, and when you’re done the Beetle will buy you whichever is your favorite.

From the Memphis Flyer: The new Memphis Animal Services director’s plan to turn the shelter around. Alexis Pugh is the person we have been needing in charge of the shelter for years now. Excellent hire, Mayor Strickland.

My friend who runs restaurants at the airport is looking for a Food & Beverage Manager. If interested email me at and I will put you in touch.

The third edition of Drafts and Laughs comes to Memphis Made Brewing Co. at 7:30 Thursday, July 28. It will be presented by Comma Comedians. Enter through the York Avenue door.

The MBJ has an article about the food hall that will go in at 409 South Main. It will have tenant space on the second floor and event space on the third floor.

Great move by the Grizzlies on signing former Memphis Tiger D.J. Stephens to a partially guaranteed 2 year contract. Congrats to D.J. on making it to the big leagues!

The Madison Growler Shop inside the Cash Saver will be doing a Ghost River beer tasting tomorrow from 4 to 7.

The activist who linked arms with MPD Interim Director Michael Rallings the night of the bridge shut down has been charged with filing a false police report. No matter who you are, lying to the police is a bad idea.

From Mashable’s MashTalk: How can Twitter solve its troll problem? Don’tcha just hate those crazy trolls!

More news about The Edge District: The Daily News reports that the intersection of Union and Marshall will soon be reconfigured. The city wants to make it more tourist-friendly and it may have some kind of gateway denoting Sun Studio’s place in the history of rock & roll.

The Po’Boys play the Dirty Crow Inn tomorrow night, Saturday, July 23, at 9 PM.

That’s the news for now. Everyone take it easy on this hot, hot, hot day. Drink lots of water and stay in the A/C whenever possible. Back later today or tomorrow with more news.


Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups

Or perhaps I should say, groups of 4… but enough about that, on to the news…

MissUsed headlines the Peabody rooftop party tonight. Doors open at 6, entertainment at 7, $10 cover, first 200 ladies free. Admission includes a buffet of pigs in a blanket and potato chips. If you’re in VIP, you get a second buffet of Chicago, New York, and Memphis hot dogs. Cherry margaritas are the drink special with an additional special of pineapple passion punch in VIP.

While we’re on the subject of the Peabody, check out these new offerings from Chez Phillipe:

Not sure of the pricing but I am pretty sure “Dollar Value Menu” does not appear anywhere on the page where these are listed.

WEVL Blues on the Bluff is this Saturday. Bring your lawn chair to the Metal Museum grounds and come hear the Maitre D’s, a Booker T & the MGs tribute band, along with the Bo-Keys and the Garry Burnside Band. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be sold, and the Food Geek truck will be there. Schlafly is the beer sponsor. Silent auction at 9:30. Buy advance tickets here. Music starts at 6 PM.

A couple of days ago, I wished the Urban Bicycle Food Ministry a happy 4th birthday. Want to support the ministry but don’t have a bike or a backpack? Make plans to eat breakfast on September 24.

The “Best of” poll that really matters in Memphis, the Memphis Flyer poll, is now open for voting. Unlike other polls in Memphis, this is not a marketing gimmick, and you can only vote once (not once per day or once per hour).

South Main Songwriters Night is back tomorrow from 7 to 9 PM at 550 S. Main. Ronnie Caldwell, Don Singleton, Gary Adair, and RT Scott will perform.

If you’re a big fan of fresh produce as I am, you should consider signing up for Bring It Food Hub’s fall CSA (community-supported agriculture). Every week from September 6 to November 18 (my birthday!) you get a bag of fresh, locally-grown veggies. There are convenient pickup points around town including Bring It’s headquarters at 694 Madison in The Edge District.

10 Things I Hate About You plays at the Halloran Centre tonight as part of the Orpheum’s Summer Movie Series. Come early for a special throwback prom and an appearance by FM100’s Michelle Lewis.

The Memphis Farmers Market’s annual tomato tasting contest happens this Saturday. From 9:30 to 10:30, you will be able to blind-taste tomatoes from the Market’s vendors, and vote for your favorite. The UT Extension of Agriculture will demo making peach parfaits at 10, 10:30, and 11. Live music by Justin Bloss 8:30 to 10 and Lydia Waldrop 11 to 12:30. The Market happens every Saturday, 7 AM to 1 PM, under the pavilion at Front and GE Patterson. 9:30 to 10:30 is exactly the time frame when I usually go, so I guess I will be tasting some tomatoes Saturday!

The Most Amazing Race, presented by City Auto, is coming to Downtown August 20.

Kane Brown and Jordan Allena play KIX on Beale at Handy Park tonight at 7:30. Free all-ages show.

Back in the winners’ circle at trivia last night!

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While we were playing, a group of UT fans came in and sang Rocky Top. They said they were there for a going-away party. I fully supported their cause, because no one wished they would go away more than I.

The AP Stylebook folks have announced that it is now correct to not capitalize “dumpster.” So it is now correct to say “I’d vote for a dumpster fire before either of the two leading candidates,” rather than “Dumpster fire.”

Time to hit Publish and find some lunch. I may be back with a second post later today.

Wednesday update

This morning I walked by a soon-to-come restaurant called The Lighthouse in the ground floor of the Lincoln-American Tower. They had the menu posted in the window, so I took a pick (click to see in a larger size, should be readable at that resolution):

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Also I noticed this morning that the donut shop at 8 S. Main now sells ice cream.

I saw this in a tweet and it seemed like something worth recommending: TrackR. It’s a quarter-sized device you can attach things you are prone to lose, and then find them with your phone. You can even put a TrackR on your dog’s collar to help find your dog if he or she goes missing

Bluff City Coffee will begin hiring kitchen and barista positions beginning August 1. Send resumes to

Scott Southworth is back at the Green Beetle Tuesday, July 26 from 6:30 to 8:30. He’ll be playing for MIFA’s Meals on Wheels program, with 100% of the tip jar and 50% of CD sales going to Meals on Wheels.

The Dirty Crow Inn has a jalapeño batter corn dog special this week.

Loflin Yard has announced their band lineup for this week. Southern Avenue plays tomorrow, The Maitre D’s Friday, Grassfire Saturday, and Tennessee Ripple Sunday.

Jerry Lawler’s Bar & Grill on Beale will have a special guest this weekend: Ol’ Banana Nose himself, Lance Russell! The man who was the co-announcer of Saturday morning Memphis wrestling for many years will make two appearances at The King’s place. Friday he will be there from 1 to 4 in the afternoon with Dave Brown, and Saturday he will have a Q&A session from 5 to 8 PM.

CBS Sports has a good article on Coach Fizdale’s plan for the next evolution in Grizzlies basketball.

Jessica is out of town but I will probably lead off at Silly Goose for happy hour anyway. That’s the news for now. Back later today or tomorrow.

Tue update #2

For those of you who were planning to attend the Ghost River beer dinner tonight at Rizzo’s, Chef Michael Patrick announced this morning that the dinner will have to be rescheduled due to an electrical fire at the restaurant. Don’t worry, Chef, staff, and restaurant are okay and the dinner will be rescheduled as soon as possible.

Happy 4th birthday to the Urban Bicycle Food Ministry. Have you wanted to help those in need but haven’t been sure how to get involved? If you have a bike, a backpack, and a giving spirit there’s a place for you with UBFM. The ministry rides the streets of Downtown and Midtown, stopping to ask “Are you hungry?” and for those who say “yes” they hand out nutritious burritos and other filling meals. In the spirit of Jesus they don’t judge the people they meet in any way; they simply offer to feed them.

I don’t know if I have any readers who live in The Edge District, but if I do, improvements are planned for your neighborhood. Monroe and Marshall Avenues will see the most improvements, with the installation of benches, trash receptacles, and landscaping. A patio area at the intersection of Monroe and Marshall will help offset the vast expanse of asphalt where these two streets intersect at an odd angle. The additions will make the neighborhood more inviting to tourists, and more walkable to both visitors and residents.

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has announced that they will write tickets to those they catch playing Pokemon Go while driving. Last week a young woman was almost hit in Shelby Farms. Both driver and pedestrian were playing the game. Pokemon Go…as your XP go up, your IQ goes down.

Multiple Spanish sources report that Marc Gasol is going to pull out of the Rio Olympics, although his brother Pau will still play for Team Spain. It’s unclear whether this is because Marc is rehabbing his foot still, or because he understands what a trainwreck the Rip Olympics are going to be.

New Food truck: Surf Dogs fusion beach food. Follow the truck at @surfdogsmemphis on Twitter.

That’s it for this post. Maybe another later today before I head to Blind Bear happy hour.