Tuesday update

If you haven’t voted in the Memphis Flyer’s Best of Memphis 2018 poll, better get to it. Tomorrow is the last day for voting.

The Vault is having a collaboration night with Wok’n in Memphis food truck this evening.

The Pocket, a new luxury bar and cigar lounge at 115 Union, is set to open its doors to the public tomorrow. Starting September 14 it will be a members-only venue, so if you go in there and like what you experience, you can sign up.

Holly has reasons to celebrate 901 Day at Exposure at AutoZone Park. This year, however, 901 Day can’t be celebrated on 9/01 at the park, because they’re having the soccer exhibition match that day. So it will happen on August 30. Over 100 organizations will be there handing out information: everything from arts & culture, community organizations, fitness and sports organizations, organizations with volunteer opportunities, and social and entertainment organizations. If you have yet to find where you fit in as a Memphian, this is a day for you.

In addition to the organizations at 901 Day at Exposure, there will be a celebrity kickball game, Grizzlies-related entertainment, the Beale Street Flippers, food, frozen pops, and much more.

The Peabody was recently named the Best Historic Hotel in USA Today’s 10Best Reader’s Choice poll.

Roy Orbison returns to the stage at the Orpheum on October 23. Wait, isn’t he dead? Well, yes he is, but his return is made possible by a Hologram Concert Tour. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 AM.

Get ready for another alley party in Barboro Alley on Thursday, September 20, featuring DJ Capital A and DJ Superman. Free admission and Amurica photo booth pictures. Food by Belle Tavern, Aldo’s Pizza Pies, MEMPopS, and Local. Beers, games, and more.

The nonconference schedule for the Memphis Tigers men’s basketball team has been released. It’s certainly better than last year, with LSU, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, and Tennessee in the mix, plus possibly some other big names if Memphis advances in the AdvoCare Invitational.

Another WWE show is coming to the Memphis metro. NXT, the developmental territory for WWE, will have a show at the Landers Center on October 12, with tickets going on sale at Ticketmaster this Friday. Current WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns is a NXT alumnus, as are his brothers in The Shield and many more stars on the Raw and Smackdown rosters. Great chance to see the stars of tomorrow in a more intimate venue than FedExForum.

Writers at the Roof, a songwriter night hosted by Mark Parsell, happens tonight at Tin Roof 8 to midnight.

This is interesting: How to control a conversation, according to a dominatrix

That’s it for now. Time to watch tutorials for a development environment I haven’t used in a few years to get back up to speed, then after that I will get out. I heard I missed a good time at the cornhole tournament at Max’s Sports Bar last Tuesday, so this evening I will head down there and grab a spot on the back patio where I can watch. Back tomorrow with more news.