Fri update: Trolley Night, Polar Bear Plunge, how much snow it takes to close schools, Nextdoor and the Redbirds hiring, find your Williamsburg, sea bass demo

Tonight is Trolley Night on South Main. Many of the shops will stay open until 9 PM or later. This month there will be live music inside Douglas & Associates, Sache, Art Jamn, D’Edge Art, Grawemyers and New World Connection Cultural Center.

Tomorrow will be the annual Polar Bear Plunge and Chili Cook-off at Mud Island River Park. The event benefits the Special Olympics and things get going at 10:30 AM. The plunge into the chilly Mississippi happens at 3.

From Gizmodo: County-by-county map of how much snow it takes to cancel school across the U.S. All of West Tennessee is in the green (any snow) area.

Need a job? Community app Nextdoor is hiring community organizers for Memphis.

The Redbirds are hiring as well. They’re looking for bat boys, boardwalk attendants, and new members of the RedHots promo team. More info here.

Williamsburg is considered the “hipster” area of Brooklyn. From Gawker: Find the Williamsburg of your city. For Memphis, it’s a tie between South Main, Cooper-Young, and Overton Square.

From WREG Live at 9: Chilean sea bass cooking demo by Chez Philippe.

That’s the news and now we’re only a few hours a way from a much needed weekend. Take it easy and I’ll be back with more news tomorrow probably.