Wed update: First Copeland Coaching podcast, new cafe on Beale, Riverside Drive, Brass Door Bingo, Segway tour Groupon, zombie movies

Rest in peace, Maya Angelou.

My friend and career coach Angela Copeland has released her first podcast. She interviews Amy Ware from CBU Career services. You can listen here. If you want to get to a better place in your career, you need to be following Angela. She’s on Twitter at @CopelandCoach.

A new cafe is opening on Beale. The Withers Collection, a photo gallery and gathering place of the works of photographer Ernest Withers, has added a cafe next door to its 333 Beale location. The cafe will be called Dorothy Mae’s. More info here.

Following Memphis in May, Riverside Drive will be closed for two more weeks as the city implements a pilot project that will reduce car traffic to two lanes while increasing bike and pedestrian space. Once the street reopens, it will remain in that configuration for 12-18 months. More info here. Glad to see this additional step to make Memphis more bike-friendly, but I have to admit I don’t like it that no public input was sought before making this change.

Brass Door Bingo will be Thursday this week instead of tonight. 7:30 start time.

There’s a Groupon for Memphis Segway Adventures. You can get a $75 value tour on a Segway for only $39. There are also two-person and four-person options. Great way to learn about Downtown’s landmarks and history and maybe do some tube top watching too.

The Orpheum kicks off its summer movie series with a double feature Friday at 7 PM. Night of the Living Dead and Zombieland will be shown in honor of the annual zombie walk, which departs from Army/Navy Park in South Main at 6:30 sharp.

All right, outta here. I’ll be out at the usual places after work, probably leading off at Silly Goose.