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For information about health, finance, and lifestyles of Mid-Southerners over 50 watch WKNO-TV’s half-hour magazine-style series called “The Best Times” airing Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. on WKNO Channel 10.

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In the 1840s a young Italian named Amanze Pacini visited Memphis before returning to his home in Valdottavo. This brief visit had a profound effect not only on his family and the development of Memphis, but also the history of American popular music.

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Temperatures hovered around 37 degrees on Dec. 11, 1937, as Memphis leaders gathered to support The Commercial Appeal’s and American Legion’s Christmas charity, the Mile-O-Dimes.

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Watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas” has been a holiday tradition since my childhood and this year it can only be viewed on AppleTV+. Does this mean I have to buy an AppleTV?

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The debate between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones has been going on ever since they first crossed paths on the charts 55 years ago. The argument at the time, and one that still persists, was that the Beatles were a pop group and the Stones were a rock band: the boys next door vs. the bad…

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The Germantown Senior Commission has decided to cancel this year’s Germantown Senior Expo, originally scheduled for Thur., Nov. 5, because of the ongoing COVID-19 concerns and resulting public safety regulations that are impossible to ensure with the large crowds of visitors that the Expo ro…

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Recently, at the North American Mature Publishers Association convention, The Best Times received six awards for journalism excellence.

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WKNO-TV’s half-hour magazine-style series called “The Best Times” features segments on the health, finance and lifestyles of Mid-Southerners over 50 Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. on WKNO Channel 10.

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After more than a year of undergoing a complete restoration by JL Weiler Inc. in Chicago, the Orpheum’s Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ has returned to Memphis.

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Several famous performers appeared in the many theaters dotting Memphis’s landscape. In the 19th century, opera singer Jenny Lind and noted actor Edwin Booth (whose brother John Wilkes murdered President Abraham Lincoln) played in Memphis while such celebrated vaudevillians as Jack Benny, Mi…

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Memphis-based Malco Theatres announces another expansion of the widely popular Malco Select private screening program with the addition of IMAX branded films.

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Q. I have several old computers in my garage that are just taking up space. Before I send them to the recycler, I wonder if there is anything useful I could do with them.

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The exhibition, “Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible,’’ will be at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens Oct. 11-Jan. 10. The Bible is a visual record of a new generation’s perception and artistic interpretation of an age-old document.

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En Plein Air painting: Every Sun. through Oct. 25. Participants are invited to bring their supplies and create work inspired by the autumnal scenery at the Memphis Botanic Garden. No charge except garden admission. For more info Email gina.harris@memphisbotanicgarden.com

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Beale Street may be the most famous street in Memphis history but Poplar Avenue has also done much to shape the destiny of the Bluff City by providing a transportation corridor connecting Memphis to rural Shelby County and beyond.

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Oct. 1 : The yellow fever epidemic altered the history of Memphis. In the1870s the city was stalked by what was called “the Yellow Death.” Also, the show will take a look at how music enhances our lives with Creative Aging, a non-profit organization. The organization brings the arts to the s…

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Pickleball started in the 1960s as a backyard game for children, but has had a 650 percent increase in numbers over the last seven years, according to USA Pickleball Association (USAPA). 

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The Orpheum Theatre Group said a mini-golf course consisting of nine Broadway-themed putting greens has taken over the empty historic stage.

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Despite the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s still plenty of fun to be had. In fact, seeking out fun activities may be even more important now. Doing something you enjoy can distract you from problems and help you cope with life’s challenges.

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WKNO-TV’s half-hour magazine-style series called “The Best Times” will premiere its 9th season Thursday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. on WKNO Channel 10.

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Q. I can’t print from my laptop computer. When I checked if my HP5255 was connected, I found a printer email address that ended with @hpprint.com. I also do not understand why that address is different than my regular email address.

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Memphian named Mary Yerger Raymond who wrote a series of romance novels published in the Memphis Press-Scimitar newspaper.

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Throughout much of its history Memphis has played a major role in the production of food for the United States and the world.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced venues to cancel or alter performance schedules for the season. Below are the schedules available to The Best Times at press time. Check with box offices for further changes and information.

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A “Jackson press” is a unique terminology to antique Tennessee furniture. About the time of Andrew Jackson’s first term as president, 1829-1833 and in honor of him, local cabinet makers began making the “Jackson press.”

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Singer Kate Smith expressed the feeling of people across America when her noontime talk radio show came on the air from New York 76 years ago on June 6, 1944,

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On Feb. 15, 1936, Memphian J. Garland Ogden walked into the YMCA building in Shanghai, China, and joined a card game. As he held his pasteboards and watched the other players, Ogden suddenly found himself in a world of trouble. Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation rousted the play…

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WKNO-TV’s half-hour magazine-style series called ‘’The Best Times” features segments on the health, finance, and lifestyles of Mid-Southerners over 50, based on and produced in cooperation with this monthly publication of the same name, The Best Times.

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Dinosaurs: Now – July 5, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Last admission is at 5 p.m. at the Memphis Zoo. $4 members / $5 nonmembers Children 23 months and under free.

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By Broadry Newsroom As attractive as it may be to get away from it all, vacationing can also be expensive — even if you skip the airfare. Fortunately, there are some incredible, road-trippable destinations that are both highly sought-after and budget friendly.  To help you...

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Childhood sweethearts Dick Meek, 89, and Shirley Meek, 87, passed minutes apart from Covid-19, three days before they were scheduled to receive the coronavirus vaccine. Their grandchildren tell CNN's Alisyn Camerota more.

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Capes, exaggerated sleeves and ruffles, lace and short dresses are all taking the spotlight in 2021.

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Planning the perfect event is hard. There are countless details to consider all while trying to stay on budget and make sure everyone is happy. Now add a pandemic. On top of all the expected stress of planning your perfect day, you have the health of your loved ones riding on your shoulders. It’s almost too much.

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Grooms and their guys get a fair share of attention on their big day, so it’s important to find a style that suits them.

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Designing every detail of your dream wedding is exciting until you ask yourself the big question: Who is paying for this? Traditionally, the bride’s family covers most expenses. But this might not work for every family, and in the year 2020, it’s OK to switch it up a bit.

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"The Terminator" actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a video on Twitter of his experience getting the coronavirus vaccine at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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Go There heads to rural Montana and Texas, where small clinics overwhelmed by the pandemic prepare to face another challenge: receiving and distributing vaccines. For hard-to-access clinics, the virus has brought on unique challenges -- from health care workers being forced to drive long dis…

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Stacker used data from the American Kennel Club's most popular breed rankings from 2019 to put together a list of the 30 most popular large dog breeds.

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Using data from the American Kennel Club dog profiles, Stacker compiled a list of the 30 most popular small dog breeds. From Chihuahuas to French bulldogs, these 20-inch or smaller pups are among the country’s favorite canine companions.

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By: Broadry, National Lifestyle Content Desk Looking for a last minute gift for the food lover in your life? Here’s a roundup of some top picks from our editors: McCrea’s Candies: Holiday Party Box Does someone on your list have a sweet tooth? McCrea’s Candies...

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By: Brad Wilson, National Lifestyle Content Desk In this week’s Q&A, Brad Wilson from Brad’s Deals answers questions on how holiday shoppers can cross off their lists without overspending — and tips for using credit cards wisely. Q: How can shoppers avoid going over budget this season? Brad:...

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By: Julie Loffredi, Broadry National Content Desk In this week’s Q&A we dive into the job market. Brandi Frattini, CareerBuilder’s talent acquisition team lead, tells us what industries are hiring, tips for writing a resume, and what specific jobs are in-demand right now. Q: What...

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By: Broadry, National Lifestyle Content Desk Founded in 1880, Steiff is the manufacturer of high-end toys and collectibles. The original founder, Margarete Steiff, was recently inducted into the Toy Hall of Fame. In this week’s Q&A, we discuss this achievement with Steiff Spokesperson Liza Marques...