Wednesday News Update: Grocery Store Wine, Part-Time Jobs, ZipCars and Motivational Speeches
Today in Memphis, prepare yourself for wine sales in grocery stores, find a new job and give in to the motivational powers of Tony Allen. Also, Travel+Leisure thinks you should get a slice of pizza.
All of that and more is in today's Memphis news update.
Today's photo of the Shelby County Courthouse is by one of my favorite Memphis Instagram-ers, @rusticexcursion. He (I'm assuming it's a he) takes gorgeous photos of his urban explorations around the South.
– First, the good news: legislation to allow the sale of wine (and high gravity beers) in Tennessee grocery stores won committee approval yesterday. That doesn't mean it's law yet, but it's much closer.
– Councilman Myron Lowery is pushing for legislation that would allow car sharing services like ZipCar to come to Memphis.
– According to Travel+Leisure, Memphis is one of the top 20 places in the U.S. to get pizza. Go team!
– Downtown Alive, summer arts series that happens in Court Square, is looking for performers of all kids for this year. Fill out the application here.
– Think you can dance? Get yourself to the Orpheum on March 14 and 16 for open call auditions for season 10 of "So You Think You Can Dance".
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