Today in Memphis, there are a few small ways to help in light of last week's bad news. There's also some good news, like a brick-and-mortar version of a great local food truck, a new Grizzlies hire and one of the strangest local ad campaigns ever.
This stunning photo of the Old Bridge by mphelps311 via Instagram. To see your Instagram photos here, tag them #ilovememphis.
– There's been a ton of sad news lately, but here are two small things you can do: Forest Hill Funeral Home has registry books for thoughts, prayers and condolences that will be sent to the Sandy Hook families, and locally, a donation fund to benefit MPD Officer Martoiya Lang's family has been set up by the Bank of Bartlett.
– Put a candle in your margarita – venerable midtown Mexican restaurant Molly's La Casita is 30 years old.
– Welcome to Memphis, John Hollinger – he's moved from covering the NBA for espn.com to working for the Grizzlies.
– As for the Tigers and their game against Louisville on Saturday, all I'll say is that Calkins is right. That, and D.J. Stephens wins at life.
– This is awesome: one of my favorite food trucks, Rock'n'Dough Pizza, is opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant in East Memphis.
– Congrats to Memphis band Tiger High for getting their video for "Be the Indian" on MTV. Good job, y'all.
– Lastly, after he started Piggly Wiggly, Clarence Saunders opened another store called Keedoozle, which had a very interesting ad campaign.