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Pinballin’

Pinballin’

May 17, 2018

Pinball seems like a ghost of the past, haunting the shadowy corners of pizza places, bars and laundromats. A remind- er of a distant era, way before apps or Fortnite. But, the new (or perhaps ...

Race for the Senate

Race for the Senate

Connor Lambert, Reporter

March 1, 2018

Filed under Local, Showcase

While November seems years away, the race to replace Senator Bob Corker is already in full gear. Corker has gained attention the past year for criticizing and receiving criticism from President Trump,...

Paint Memphis

Paint Memphis

November 14, 2017

Stepping into Altown skatepark, the world descends into beautifully controlled mayhem. To the left, someone outlines what looks like a psychedelic marshmallow onto the cement floor. Across a small...

Focus of controversy

Focus of controversy

November 10, 2017

This past August, the “Unite the Right” rally led by white nationalists in Charlottesville,Va. shocked the nation, as protesters violently demonstrated over the removal of a Confederate monument. On...

Midtown oasis

Midtown oasis

October 23, 2017

The revitalized Crosstown Concourse building is hard to miss – and not just because it’s a 1.5 million square foot building towering over Midtown’s skyline. Abandoned for 17 years, the Sear...

A ‘rajun’ cajun celebration

A ‘rajun’ cajun celebration

April 27, 2017

Crawfish lovers filled the streets of Downtown Memphis on Sunday afternoon to chow down on over 16,000 pounds of crawfish for the 25th annual Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival. The Rajun Cajun Festival is...

Collaborating in the community

Collaborating in the community

March 8, 2017

In the past, St. George’s juniors swung from giant swings and rode on zip lines across the woods at Victory Ranch in Bolivar, Tenn., but this year, students remained in town and visited different...

Painting a difference

Painting a difference

Emma Bennett, Reporter

January 22, 2017

Filed under Local, News, Showcase

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., St. George’s stresses the importance of honoring MLK’s memory on MLK Day through service to the community or, what many call, a “day-on.” Because of this...

A race to remember

A race to remember

December 6, 2016

Over 20,000 runners and supporters came out to promote St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the 15th annual St. Jude Marathon this past weekend. Festivities started on Thursday, Dec. 1 with the opening of the...

So it’s not just Trump and Hillary on the ballot?

Merryn Ruthling, News Editor

November 18, 2016

Filed under Features, Local

When you go to vote on Nov. 8, you might be surprised to find that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are not the only ones on the ballot. There are 18 people running for mayor, alderman and the school boards in Germantown and Collierville. These are the people who create and modify laws, pass the budget and are responsible for public education in our community. Get to know them below. Stan Joyner: Running for a third term as Colliervi...

Blown Away

Blown Away

November 15, 2016

Country singer Carrie Underwood performed at the FedEx Forum on Sunday, Nov. 14. The grammy award winning artist is currently on tour for her album Storyteller. During the concert, Underwood sang classic songs l...

Just up the river

Just up the river

October 27, 2016

The River Arts Festival was unveiled this past weekend on South Main Street. Like the past 10 festivals, artists from all around the nation brought their art to be displayed - and hopefully bought...