Wednesday News Update: the Work Week’s Halftime Edition
Today in Memphis, the Majestic Giftcard sale is on, the Grizzlies have a special, there's a list of World AIDS Day events, and two Memphis artists are headed to Sweden to carve a hotel room out of ice.
But first, this car with Tony Allen-inspired bumper stickers was parked outside of Otherlands this morning:
– Attention, fans of cheap food: Majestic Grille's annual gift card sale is happening today. You can pick up $50 gift cards for $25 from 8 a.m. today until they run out. You have to buy them in person and you can't use them until after January 2, but it's still a great deal.
– World AIDS day is Saturday, Dec. 1. If you'd like to participate, here's a list of all of the Memphis events.
– Today's Inspiring Moment in Civic Engagement: a college student is the youngest person to ever be elected to Millington's board of Aldermen.
– Proof that the Indie Memphis Film Festival is always getting better: this year's fest saw a 38 percent increase in attendance.
– This is cool (no pun intended): two Memphis artists are building a room at the IceHotel in Sweden.
– The Grizzlies are having a special downtown night on Dec. 19. You can get a ticket to the game, free food and beverages and a t-shirt for $50 – $100 (depending on the seats).
– The Liberty Bowl is coming up soon, but which teams are playing is still a mystery.
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