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Raising the (Cardio) Barre

May 28, 2015

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BY: KELSEY YOUNG Situated in the hustle and bustle of Overton Square above Breakaway Running rests Cardio Barre, a boutique fitness studio offering a unique workout that originates in Los Angeles, California. Cardio Barre, created by Los Angeles dancer and choreographer Richard Giorla in 2001, is a studio workout featuring one-hour classes that use a […]

Celebrating Spring and Summer in Memphis

April 28, 2015

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BY: PRENTISS SMITH With spring rapidly approaching, Memphis is an electrifying and exciting place to be! After a long winter, it has never felt better to finally spend a little time outside, bathing in the sunshine. Memphians should take advantage of this change in weather by attending the many popular events at numerous venues in […]

Barcade in Memphis

April 28, 2015

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BY: GRACIE ERWIN All of us secretly want to feel like a little kid again. Remember those good times when your parents gave your quarters, and you gleefully pushed them into little slots, watching an Arcade game light up? You aggressively grab the joystick and push buttons, playing the game to win as if your […]

Crosstown Change

April 28, 2015

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BY: CHI WHITLEY While driving down North Parkway in the last twenty years, one might have admired the green lawns and old Victorian houses along the tree-lined and winding road. On the corner of North Cleveland Street, however, stands an enormous concrete structure, seemingly out of place. This building seems distinct among its surroundings—a slab […]

Tiger Football clinches AAC Title share, sights set on Bowl Game

November 30, 2014

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By: Travis Nauert With a comprehensive performance Saturday against UConn, the Memphis Tigers have secured a share of the AAC Title and the opportunity for a 10-win season. Head coach Justin Fuente’s first two years brought a mere 7 wins in 24 games. Year 3 has been a different story. Memphis has finished the regular […]

Grizz/Kings thriller falls in line with series history

November 30, 2014

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By: Travis Nauert It’s hard to imagine that anyone foresaw how the Grizz/Kings game would play out on November 13th. But given the circumstances, both the history of the series and Rudy Gay’s return to Memphis, something crazy was bound to happen. See, it was far from the first time that a controversial call would […]

The Memphis Grizzlies Making History

October 31, 2014

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By: Casey Black The Memphis Grizzlies are undefeated for the first time in, well… ever. If you exclude statistics from the fuzzy Vancouver days, the Grizzlies made history Wednesday night with their first ever victory in a season opener over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Opening night at the FedEx Forum was outfitted with all the bells […]