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Delta Farm Press

Memphis, TN

(800) 441-1410


Hemp legislation one step nearer to completion
05/24/2019 5:14pm

Texas Senate unanimously passes hemp bill, awaits House action

Tips for grilling safely over Memorial Day weekend
05/24/2019 4:56pm

Safety tips to remember when cooking out on the grill.

Carryover hay supplies tight with 2019 season off to slow start
05/24/2019 4:45pm

Texas Crop and Weather Report May 21, 2019

Funds are buying – and farmers are selling
05/24/2019 3:48pm

Commitment of Traders shows huge shift in positions this week.

UC webinars, field days fill June calendar
05/24/2019 2:58pm

Invasive species, food safety, drones among discussion topics.

Memphis Business Journal

651 Oakleaf Office Ln
Memphis, TN 38117   Directions

(901) 523-1000


Top of the Market: Top two homes sell for combined $4.2 million
05/24/2019 2:11pm

With temperatures rising, the top end of Shelby Countys housing market is starting to heat up, as well, especially in East Memphis. This weeks home sales roundup features three homes in ZIP code 38117 that sold for $3 million, $1.15 million, and $920,000.The $3 million home contains almost 11,000 square feet and is located on Tuckahoe Road, just northeast of Laurelwood Shopping Center. Built in 2015, the house has five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms. The No. 2 house is located just south

Puck Food Hall looks to make a difference on South Main
05/24/2019 1:52pm

A local restaurant management group is relaunching Memphis first food hall as an entrepreneurial incubator for early stage restaurants or food retail owners.South Main Market, which opened in 2017 at 409 South Main St., has been rebranded as Puck Food Hall. The plan is to have 10 locally owned food and beverage purveyors under one roof. Puck Food Hall will be operated by Inconceivable Inc. Its managing partner is Tiffany Iriana Hofscher, a former manager at Porcellinos Craft Butcher. Another

New York developer stays active in the Pinch
05/24/2019 12:58pm

Tom Intrator recently purchased another two Pinch District properties.

Bass, Berry & Sims legal giant dies at 108
05/24/2019 12:33pm

After a legal career that spanned more than 80 years, James Bass died Thursday, May 23. He was 108.Bass, whose father co-founded Bass, Berry & Sims, practiced law at the Nashville-based firm since 1934. Today, Bass, Berry & Sims is a large firm, with additional offices in Knoxville and Washington, D.C. Bass, Berry & Sims Memphis office has 33 local attorneys making it the eighth-largest law firm in the city, according to MBJ research.We have lost a dear friend and inspiring mentor. His example

Lowe's looks at sites for 2,000-person tech hub
05/24/2019 12:24pm

Could Lowes build a 2,000-person technology hub in DallasThe home improvement retailer is considering the city for its planned tech center, said Dan Frahm, spokesperson for the company. Lowes previously shared that we will work to build a base of up to 2,000 software engineers, infrastructure engineers and data analysts, together in a technology center, to support our focus on improving technology capabilities and solutions across our business, Frahm said in an email. Two primary locations

Memphis Flyer

460 Tennessee St
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


Why Not Rye for Memorial Day cocktails? Riverset Rye. Made in Memphis.
05/24/2019 2:22pm

Move over, gin. Memphiss-own Riverset Rye is here for summer cocktails. The Memphis Mule rye, ginger beer, and lime and Whiskey Sour rye, sour mix, and a splash of club soda, with a lemon or lime garnish are two refreshing spring/summer drinks you can make with the whiskey, says McCauley Williams, president/CEO of Big River Distilling Co. The Memphis company, which began in 2013 with its Blue Note Bourbon, introduced Riverset Rye last October. Its that cinnamon-allspice note,Williams says. It also has a minty taste, so in that Mule or in the Whiskey Sour, you get a cinnamon-y minty note that comes through. Its great with citrus. Riverset Rye and lemonade makes a great summer drink, too. Rye whiskey means it has to be at least 51 percent rye content and grain content. This rye is pretty cool. Its a blend of two different strains of rye. We blend a 95 percent rye with a 51 percent rye to create our Riverset Rye. That 95 percent is much spicier than the 51 percent. It creates that sweet-and-spicy taste that is typical in allspice or cinnamon, which is what people typically associate with rye whiskey. Riverset Rye is bottled at 93 proof, so it is full bodied and strong. But, Williams, says, its inherently smooth on the finish, which is in large part due to how great our Memphis aquifer water is. It opens up the whiskey and smooths it out. Many people associate rye whiskey with the 1920s and 30s. Its what Nora Charles drank in the 1934 movie, The Thin Man. Rye is not as popular as bourbon, but rye is having a renaissance, Williams says. A comeback. Its the fastest-growing category of whiskey in the United States by percentage. Because its got that bold flavor, it holds up well in the cocktail. In addition to the Memphis Mule and the Whiskey Sour, Riverset Rye also makes for a great Old Fashioned, Williams says. A great Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail year round. Riverset Rye, simple syrup, bitters, and you can garnish with a cherry and an orange peel. Williams prefers Bittermilk for the bitters. Its a brand they sell at Fresh Market and a lot of liquor stores. They make a barrel-aged old fashioned bitters mix. All you do is take that, add a little water, the whiskey, and garnish with a cherry and orange peel and youve got a world-class Old Fashioned. Riverset Rye can be found at any liquor store, and most bars and restaurants, Williams says. Its in 65 local liquor stores and 100 bars and restaurants.

Misti Rae Holton Sings In Her Garden
05/24/2019 12:41pm

Its summer, so that means flowers. Misti Rae Holton is passionate about her garden, and she likes to share it. Since May 15th, her photographs and painting of her gardening obsession have hung at Midtown Crossing Grill. In my garden, I am both queen and servant, she says. This Sunday at 4 p.m., she will play her music in the space where her show Queen and Servant hangs at Midtown Crossing. If youre looking for some Memorial Day Sunday chill out opportunity, shes got you covered. Heres a video of Misti Rae at Otherlands a few years back, to give you a taste.

The Hustle
05/24/2019 10:41am

Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway fleece the rubes I love a good con artist film. Its a different animal from a heist film, where the thrill is in the elaborate planning and then the reveal of how the plan worked out, or more often, didnt work out. In a con film, the fun comes from the fact that the con artists and the audience are in on the secret, and everybody else is in the dark. In The Sting, we become invested in Paul Newman and Robert Redfords massive parimutuel betting con. Thats when its played for fun. In The Grifters, Stephen Frears explored the dark side of the con. Anjelica Huston, John Cusack, and Annette Bening take turns trying to rip off the world and each other, but theyre revealed to be not charming naves, but the kind of abusive, amoral sociopaths who would actually con a person out of their last dollar. Somewhere in between those two extremes is Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Directed by Frank Oz, the 1988 film starred comedic superman Steve Martin and prestige actor with underutilized comic chops Michael Caine. Both are con men, but with dramatically different styles. Caine is a European sophisticate who knows where the rich, gullible widows are because hes from the milieu. Martin is something of a confidence idiot savant, disorienting his targets with a barrage of bullshit. The younger grifter wants to learn from the older grifter, but they end up at odds neither one of them is exactly trustworthy, you see. There aint room enough in the French Riviera for the two of them, so they make a bet: The first one to con a rich heiress out of $50,000 wins, and the loser must leave town. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels isnt the greatest comedy of the 80s, but it definitely has its moments, and a couple of decades as basic cable fare has earned it an audience. Its ripe for a remake, and as you know, 21st-century Hollywood abhors a remake vacuum. Or something. The driving force of The Hustle is Rebel Wilson, Australian comedian who produced the film and stars in the Steve Martin role. Wilsons Penny Rust is a professional catfisher who reels in her rich, conceited, yet dopy marks on Tinder. She falls victim to the con artists biggest occupational hazard: when youve been too successful and youve got to leave town ahead of your vengeful victims. Inspired by a travel magazine, she sets off to France, where, by chance, she meets Josephine Chesterfield, played by Anne Hathaway. Josephine has refined conning old men out of their excess capital into a science. She does her research, surveils her targets, and then hits them in their most psychologically vulnerable spots. From the moment she sees Penny on a train talking a guy out of a free dinner, she recognizes the game. Fearing an oversaturated con market in the hoity toity French Riviera town she prowls, Josephine tries to misdirect Penny. But the ugly American keeps coming back, and the two prideful con artists are off, trying to one-up each other for money, jewels, and bragging rights. Like Martin and Caine, Hathaway and Wilson have the chemistry to pull this off. Josephine, who at one point gives a speech about how the best way for a woman to con a man is to let him underestimate her, repeatedly underestimates Pennys cunning. The mark the two artists compete to fleece out of an inflation-adjusted $500,000 is Thomas Westerburg Alex Sharp, a newly minted tech billionaire who needs to be relieved of the burden of so much IPO cash. In true con movie fashion, he turns out to be more than meets the eye. British comedy actor Chris Addison makes his directorial debut with The Hustle, and he may be the problem with the film. Hathaway has too much fun flipping through her portfolio of accents and wardrobe of slinky dresses, while Wilson is having a blast doing physical comedy. Like in its inspiration, there are a high points where it all works, such as when Hathaway takes the personae of a severe German psychologist to cure Wilsons faked hysterical blindness. Its well edited, and there are no obvious, throw it against the wall improv passages, which have marred recent comedies like the Ghostbusters remake. And yet, The Hustle never really gels to become more than a sum of its parts. Martin and Caine seemed to genuinely dislike each other, which gave Dirty Rotten Scoundrels an air of transgressive danger. Wilson and Hathaway seem like friends playing out a silly bet. Theyre too comfortable, and too safe. I didnt hate this movie, but the laughs never reached critical mass for me, either. Like What Men Want, its a gender flipped comedy remake that ultimately fails to rise to the quality of the onscreen talent.

Tokyo Grill to Open in Midtown
05/24/2019 10:29am

Tokyo Grill will open its seventh location in Memphis in the old Shang Hai space at 1400 Poplar near Cleveland. The first Tokyo Grill opened on Park in 2011. Expect the same menu, says owner Aaron Liu. Its the same style, same concept, he says. The large menu offers Japanese fare such as bento boxes, sushi, hot pots, noodle dishes, tempura, and more. Liu says he had been wanting to expand into Midtown for a while now. He looked on Madison but said parking is pretty sparse for businesses on that street. The 1400 Poplar space has lots of parking and is in a highly visible spot. But Liu says hes had to do a lot of work on the building new appliances in the kitchen, a new roof, new paint on the exterior and interior. One thing hes keeping are the red tiles on the ceiling. Theyre antique, unique. You cant buy them anymore, he says. They are artwork. The plan right now is to open in the next couple weeks. Liu says that theyve already passed all inspections but he needs time to rest and get ready for the new restaurant. You have to love your customers, Liu says. My customers gave me the chance to grow my restaurant.

Sushi Jimmi to Close
05/23/2019 3:59pm

Sushi Jimmi is closing. For good. Right after dinner on May 23rd. Chef/owner Jimmy Sinhs red Sushi Jimmi food truck will be in operation May 24th, but that will be the last time. The Asian fusion restaurant at 2895 Poplar and the food truck will be history. Sinh, 30, says he is getting out of the restaurant business because he wants to spend more time with his wife, May, and their five sons: Dylan, Logan, Alex, Jimmy, and their almost two-month old, Kit. My happiness is number one, Sinh says. Im just quitting for the time being. Taking a little break. Sinh was wearing a black T-shirt bearing the words Sushi Jimmi in red. I just ordered 100 T-shirts. Im going to sell them, he said. Sinh said deciding to close the restaurant was sad, but the decision also took a big weight off his shoulders. The restaurant, which opened three years ago, was a huge success, he says, but other things led to his decision to close it. For one thing, Sinh says, I was putting too much of my own money into the business. He says he recently had to repair for the second time his walk-in cooler, which needed a new motor and fans. I threw away $13,000 worth of food. Sinh also says he put $200,000 into the restaurants building, which used to be a Wendys. He put in a new floor, took out the front of the building and built a new one. Sinh, who grew up in Binghampton, has worked since he was 16. He began his food truck five years ago and the restaurant two years later. Now, he says, Im burned out. Sinh says hell be available if someone needs a good chef, and says hes gotten offers. Sinh also plans to start a YouTube cooking show, Chef Jimmi. His advice to someone who wants to start a food truck business Dont depend on anyone. Dont do everything at once. Do it step-by-step. Make sure you have the right crew. Never use your own money. Youll end up hurting your family and yourself. Help yourself before you help others. And, finally, he adds: If you dont feel happy, stop. I stopped before I hated it. You dont want to lose what you fell in love with.

Memphis Magazine

460 Tennessee St
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


An Aerial View of the Memphis Medical Center in the 1950s
05/24/2019 8:00am

Nearly everything you see here has changed.

A 1933 Photo of a Children's Parade Presents Something of a Mystery
05/24/2019 3:00am

Where was the photographer standing when he took this photo of a 1933 parade on Main Strret.

Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis: May 24th-26th
05/23/2019 1:00pm

Memorial missions make for a home run Memphis weekend of events.

Free Summer Music is Back
05/22/2019 8:00am

The Levitt Shell kicks off its free summer music series next Thursday, May 30th.

A Busy Day on Riverside Drive in the 1930s
05/21/2019 7:00am

Drivers didnt worry about traffic jams when The Most Expensive Highway in the World opened in 1935.

The Commercial Appeal

495 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 529-2345


Covington baseball ends emotional season with state title win for coach Brad Warmath
05/24/2019 5:53pm

Brad Warmath pushed back surgery to see Covington make a run at a state title. The Chargers won it all for him.

Memphis Zoo research into toad sperm could help endangered amphibians breed in the future
05/20/2019 10:00pm

The research will be put into action this fall when the research team travels to Colombia and Ecuador to help preserve the Colombian giant toad.

As overdose cases spike in last 24 hours, Memphis police beg addicts not to use alone
05/24/2019 4:25pm

Memphis police are urging addicts not to use along after a deadly spike in overdoses in the last 24 hours.

'Lives Restarted:' Memphis Holocaust film has lessons for nation in Amazon Prime release |Weathersbee
05/24/2019 3:29pm

Lives Restarted, a documentary on Holocaust survivors in Memphis, was released on Amazon Prime. The filmmakers say the message about intolerance is timeless.

Memphis football receiver says he's leaving because Mike Norvell pulled his scholarship
05/23/2019 9:27pm

Hunter Hill becomes fourth Memphis wide receiver to leave football team since last season.

The Daily News

193 Jefferson
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 523-1561



485 S Highland St
Memphis, TN 38111   Directions

(901) 320-1313



7151 Cherry Farms Rd
Cordova, TN 38016   Directions

(901) 458-2521



1960 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38104   Directions

(901) 726-0555



803 Channel 3 Dr
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 543-2333


Wiseacre Brewing breaks ground on downtown expansion
05/24/2019 6:28pm

Friday, the Wiseacre Brewing Company staff, with their beer helmets, broke ground on their South Main-area location on B.B. King Boulevard.

MPD patrol cars left idling, putting public safety at risk
05/24/2019 5:38pm

MPDs policy says, Unattended police vehicles shall be locked and secured to reduce the possibility of vandalism or theft of property.

Overcrowding means Memphis animal shelter may have to euthanize dogs
05/24/2019 5:20pm

The Memphis Animal Shelter is sending out a desperate plea for help, calling on the public to help save more than 200 dogs because its out of space.

Jayme Closs’ kidnapper gets two life sentences for murder, 40 years for abduction
05/24/2019 5:07pm

Jake Patterson, the 21-year-old Wisconsin man who kidnapped Jayme Closs after killing her parents and held her in a remote cabin for 88 days, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.

New Jersey man drives drunk to police headquarters to pick up woman charged with DWI
05/24/2019 4:58pm

NEW JERSEY A man was arrested Friday after police said he drove whileintoxicated to pick up a woman from police headquarters after she was charged with DWI, according to WFMZ. Police said an officer smelled alcohol during a traffic stop for a moving violation, which led to the arrest of 21-year-old Morgan Doran. Doran was charged with driving while intoxicated. At the police station, Doran called 24-year-old Sebastian Rehm to pick her up. When he arrived, police said

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