Jan. 9 is a day that will be remembered at St. Mary’s for years to come. It was the day Mr. Throckmorton emailed St. Mary’s parents to inform them of the new mandatory uniform policy. Since then, the school has sent a second email to parents and Throckmorton has given a chapel talk. However, St. Mary’s has continued to bustle with unanswered questions regarding this monumental decision. In light of this, I sat down with Throckmorton and Dr. Steakley to get clarification about many of these questions.
Over the past few years, many changes have been made to St. Mary’s’ beloved tradition, Derby Day. Dr. Steakley sits down to answer some of Turkey Nation’s most pressing questions surrounding these changes.
The highly anticipated Pilgrimage Festival was quickly brought to a halt when strong rain storms hit the city at the end of September. With drama regarding the refund process and allegedly overly-aggressive security guards, many wonder: will Pilgrimage be able to continue in the coming years?
Most of the people who do not like country music have most likely not given it a try. Hopefully, this article will change that by showcasing the dedication, hard work, and love that several of the industries best songwriters, singers, and producers have for the genre. So, what are you waiting for? Read this article and spread the country love!
Are you gluten-free, thinking about becoming gluten-free, or just looking to try new foods? If so you are in luck, because Memphis is home to many restaurants that serve up delicious and satisfying meals that can accommodate your gluten-free needs.
After 30 years of serving the Memphis community, the northeast corner of the Laurelwood Shopping Center in East Memphis is given a third chance as the space transitions from The Booksellers of Laurelwood to Novel. Memphis - all thanks to a dedicated group of Memphians who could not bear to see their beloved bookstore removed. Read more to learn about the origins and future of Novel.