What We’ll Remember Most About 2015

Posted by Holly Whitfield | November 26th 2015 1501 1

Happy Thanksgiving, Memphis! If you’re looking for something to listen to while you travel, cook, or chill out this Thanksgiving holiday, you’re in luck.

This month’s I Love Memphis podcast is a look back on 2015 and its ups, downs, triumphs, and memories. My co-host Kevin Cerrito and I welcome MBJ Editor Greg Akers to help us round up the things Memphis will remember most about 2015.

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Here are some links to things we talked about on this podcast:

– The Bass Pro Pyramid actually happened

– Biggest Weekend Ever, May Edition + photo recap

– Biggest Weekend Ever, October Edition + photo recap (the latter contains all the Ole-Miss-beating-Justin-Timberlake-at-the-MMHOF-induction, etc.)

Interview With President Rudd of the U of Memphis

MEMFix: The Pinch District

Pancho’s Containers Thievery

BBQ Nachos Angst

Monkey On The Loose

Trader Joe’s Announcement

Brewery Revival

Crosstown Groundbreaking

– New restaurants in Memphis like Maciel’s, South Main Sushi, Hardee’s, I Love Juice Bar, Bedrock Eats & Sweets,  Mac’s Burgers, Sushi Jimmi and MEMPops,  Hammer & Ale, Blue Nile, Agave Maria, Aldo’s Midtown, Hot Mess Food Truck

Tony Allen As Airport Spokesperson

We couldn’t do this alone. Here are some lovely folks we’d like to thank. 

– Our guest co-host Greg Akers, Editor of the MBJ, for taking time out of his schedule to join us
– Daniel Lynn from Music + Arts Studio, the new home for recording the I Love Memphis podcast
– Rick Trotter, announcer for the Memphis Grizzlies, for generously offering his amazing voice work
– Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau (my employer) for supporting the I Love Memphis blog and podcast
– Hope Clayburn, for making soulful funky tunes like “Love is on the Way”, which we sample on the podcast, and also for being our guest


Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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