Wed update #1: Edge Alley opens this morning

Edge Alley, a new coffee roaster and cafe concept that has four micro-retail bays, opens to the public this morning at 7. Curious about what kind of food they will serve? The Memphis Flyer’s Hungry Memphis Twitter account has information:

Expect a transformation over the next year at the Cossitt Library at Front and Monroe, with plans to turn it into a community hub. There will be a coffee shop, an outdoor patio, and art and music. This is funded by the $5 million Reimagine the Civic Commons grant, the same grant that brought us RiverPlay.

Speaking of RiverPlay, police officers and firefighters will compete in a 3-on-3 basketball tournament at the pop-up park July 29 and 30.

For those of you who take Lyft home from the bars, now you can have the driver stop at Taco Bell on the way home.

Tonight is the final free Envision Memphis bootcamp at RiverPlay. Class is for those 18 and over. No RSVP is required; just meet at the Gear Shack on Riverside Drive between Jefferson and Court at 6 PM.

There’s a Pure Barre pop-up class at Miss Cordelia’s at 6:30 PM tonight. Be sure to bring a mat, water, and a towel for the class. This event is part of their Food Truck Wednesday series, and Stanley’s and Sushi Jimmi will have trucks on site.

The Redbirds play Salt Lake City tonight at 7:05. There’s a $15 off special for the all-inclusive Owner’s Seats by the dugout.

Yay… Adobe is finally killing off Flash. The technology will be dead by 2020. Long overdue.

Check back around lunchtime, because I expect to have a second post.