Darel Snodgrass

We always make a Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. A more fitting name in our house should be to call this recipe Sarah’s Disappearing Banana Bread!

By every yardstick, anti-Semitism in the US and Europe is rising and worsening in ways not seen since the 1930s. Filmmaker Andrew Goldberg explores this process in his film “Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations."

Bread is one of those items that can be hit or miss on the grocery shelves these days.  Making your own is simpler than you think.

Memphis Reads presents panelists Charles Hughes, Geoff Calkins, and Zandria Robinson to help celebrate Memphis’ bicentennial by discussing the book, Memphis: 200 Years Together at 6 pm, Wednesday September 18 at Christian Brothers University Theatre and Thursday September 19 at McNeil Concert Hall at Rhodes College. The panels are free and open to the public and will be moderated by Shelby County Mayor, Lee Harris, and followed by a concert by Motel Mirrors, featuring Amy LaVere and John Paul Keith.

Beginning September 15, Country Music features never-before-seen footage and photographs, plus interviews with more than 80 country music artists. The eight-part 16-hour series is directed and produced by Ken Burns; written and produced by Dayton Duncan; and produced by Julie Dunfey.

Artist Justin Bowles has transformed the Beverly and Sam Ross Gallery at Christian Brothers University into Temple of the Cha-Cha-Hua, a fantasy environment that will hopefully speak to a sacred space inside each of us: the essence of our childhood dreams. 

For 35 years, Memphis College of Art (MCA) students have been following in the footsteps of American artist Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965) as they make a 10-day excursion to Horn Island, an uninhabited barrier island off the coast of Mississippi. This year marked the 35th, and final, Horn Island expedition for MCA. 

The Halloran Centre for Performing Arts and Education, part of the Orpheum Theatre Group, has just announced its 2019-2020 season.

Ballet Memphis concludes their main-stage season with the iconic Giselle, April 12 through 14 at the Orpheum.

The Falling and the Rising​ is a new American opera conceived by Sergeant First Class Ben Hilgert of the U.S. Army Soldiers' Chorus, inspired by Opera Memphis' Ghosts of Crosstown project in 2014.