Today in Memphis, we've got a list of the top 15 Tigers, a behind the scenes look at a Stax recording session, and an opportunity for job seekers. Also, most of us want wine in our grocery stores.
All of that (and more) in today's Memphis news update:
Thanks, @knuckles42188, for this photo of the best sign at Earnestine & Hazel's. If you'd like to see your photos featured here, tag them #ilovememphis on Instagram.
– First, a big welcome to everyone who is in town for the Everywhere Else start-up conference. If you need anything, just ask – I'm @ilovememphis on Twitter.
– Sports writer Frank Murtaugh made a list of the top 15 Tiger basketball players of all time, and DJ Stephens didn't make the list. There's a reason, though. Sort of.
– Attention job seekers: professional resume writer Barbara Herman is giving a free talk tonight.
– Tony Allen is an artist, a theif and an enthusiastic trash talker. He's also one of the NBA's best defenders (but you knew that already).
– MSN named Memphis as one of the best places in the country to celebrate Black History Month.
– Want to know what the orginal Stax recording studio was like? Check out this archival footage of a 1969 studio session.
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