Duckmaster Pumbaa and more Tuesday news

Four chefs will face off at a competition called Booya Base at Cafe Keough on Sunday, March 8. Chef Demitrie Phillips will own the home court advantage as he competes against three others to see who can make the best version of bouillabaisse, a fish-and-seafood dish.

From BrainVacation: Basic rules for driving in Memphis. These are all very true. Thanks to @StevePacheco for tweeting.

Want to plan a group outing to the Cotton Museum? There’s a Groupon for discount admission. $11 for two people, $20 for four, or $35 for ten.

Krispy Kreme is giving away donuts today. Each customer will get one free original glazed donut in celebration of the chain’s 1000th store. Free donuts? Wonder if the Nuh-Uh Girl will show up.

A new low-cost airline is coming to Memphis with direct flights to Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and Las Vegas.

The guy playing Pumbaa in “The Lion King” at the Orpheum was the Peabody’s honorary Duckmaster today.

The Memphis in May Beale Street Music Fest lineup will drop at 10 tomorrow morning.

Want to take a shelter dog for a walk? There may soon be an app for that.

The Grizzlies’ next beer-tasting night is Friday against the Clippers. A special ticket gets you beer to taste and a Grizzlies pint glass. Details here.

A site named Scoutology recently published a list of the top 10 cocktail bars in Tennessee. The Blind Bear made the list.

Note for wrestling fans: ESPN will air the long-anticipated piece on the Von Erich family Friday at 5 during the Sports Center show.

That’ll wrap it up for now. I’ll be out at the usual spots after work.