- High: 82°F
- Low: 55°F
- Sunrise: 6:15 AM CDT
- Sunset: 7:40 PM CDT
- Feels Like: 61°F
- Wind Chill: 61°F
- Visibility: 10 mi.
- Dew Point: 39°
- Relative Humidity: 44%
You may know our next guest by her popular book "Food In Jars". Now, author Marisa McClellan has published her second book…Preserving By The Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning For Small Spaces. And she's here now to talk about it, and to give us a canning demo.
Baptist Memorial Hosptial Desoto will be hosting a Baby Expo in Southaven next month. There will be plenty of vendors and educational activities available. To talk more about it, we welcome the chief medical officer of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Desoto, Dr. Joann Wood.
With Spring finally here, it's time for women everywhere to revamp their beauty cabinets with the most effective products, especially when it comes to skin care. Actress Connie Britton from ABC's hit show "Nashville" has teamed up with "Ponds" to share her "Plus Up" beauty routine. She joins me now live from LA to reveal her skincare picks and of course we'll also be talking about "Nashville" and the latest from her acting career.
One of the most enduring shows of all time is at The Orpheum. Were talking about Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The family musical is about the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colors. Cast member Ryan Williams who plays Pharoah is here to tell us more.
You may not know, but it's National Infertility Awareness Week. This years theme is "Resolve To Know More." Dr. Laura Detti from the UT Medical Group is here to educate us about infertility and tell us more about the family building journey.
Memphis' East Buntyn neighborhood is gearing up for its Fifth Annual East Buntyn Artwalk The event will feature live music, a silent auction, food trucks and more. We'll be hearing from one of the live acts... The William Charles Collective band in just a moment. But we wanted to talk first with Matt Timberlake about the Artwalk event.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 23rd.
The Madison Hotel and their rooftop bar, Twilight Sky Terrace will be hosting their Spring season launch party later this week. The food and beverage director, David Matlock is here along with bartenders Q Shakur and Adam Matthews to talk about the party, plus they will be making a couple of cocktails.
It's that time of year for the annual Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival to benefit Porter-Leath. Rob Hughes and Angela Meekins from Porter-Leath are here to talk more about it.
Local ballroom and Latin dance coach Arman is here to talk a little more about last night. And as always, he'll be showing us a few steps you can tray at home or out on the dance floor.
Get ready to rock and rumble at the Wild Hog Music Fest and Motorcycle Rally in Helena, Arkansas. The event kicks off Thursday and Jeff Steele is here with the details.
Time now for our Pick A Pet segment. It's when we feature pets from the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County in need of a new home. You may remember last time we talked about the success of their recent adoptathon. And because of that the humane society has had room to accept animals from other shelters. And today Alexis Amorose is here with Mustard who came to them from the West Memphis animal shelter.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 22nd.
The play "Camp Logan" will continue its run at Theater Works this weekend. It is based on a true story about African-American soldiers during World War I.
Welcome back to Local Memphis Live. Our next guest is a local teen author who just released her second book. The book is titled "Some Parents Just Don't Understand - Book 2.” Angel Ray is here to tell us more about it.
You just heard from Sherena Wynn. She's in town for her promotional tour. She also performed at an Africa in April event this weekend. Before we head to break we wanted to give her a chance to talk a little more about her latest project.
Time now for our "Digest On This" segment with Dr. Bowden. Colon hydrotherapy - or colonics - are growing in popularity as a way to flatten tummy bloat, gain energy, and get ready for the summer. Dr. Bowden discusses the celebrity trends and how you can get the colonic experience right here in Memphis.
Welcome back we're here with local band Mason Jar Fireflies. They are from right here in Memphis, but if you haven't got a chance to check them out. You will get your chance in just a minute. We first wanted to talk about their music and their debut album that is set to be released next week.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 21st.
It's Fitness Friday, And as always we hope you're ready to work out with us. Personal trainer Roland Genesy from Transforming Bodies Fitness is here to show us the proper form and technique when working out to avoid injury and also ways to maximize our training.
If you are looking for something new and fun to do for a date night, a girls night out, a birthday, or whatever. Pinot's Pallete may be a great option. Kristi and ken Bauer is here to tell us all about it.
Chris and Peyton Lambton were contestants on The Bachelor and Bachelorette before they met, married, and discovered their shared love of landscaping. Now the couple has their own new show on HGTV called "Going Yard". They join me now from New York City to share some timely tips on refreshing your deck and creating an outdoor sanctuary.
Welcome back, Divvas Roc 2 Entertainment will be hosting a Luther Vandross Birthday Celebration this evening. R&B singer and actor Danny Clay will be headlining the tribute and will be singing Luther's classic hits. He will be performing for us in just a bit, but we wanted to give him a chance to tell us a little more about himself and tonight's event.
In case you missed our segment, earlier this week about the Resurrection Power Sunday service taking place at the Pentecostal Church on Sunday. The pastor, Bill Parkey and his wife Stephany are back with us today to talk a little more about it.
Our next musical guest are a group of ladies called Ordered Steps. They have a unique community praise dance ministry here in Memphis. In just a little bit...you'll get a chance to see them perform , but first were gonna talk to creative director Everelee Palmer who's here to tell us more about the group.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 18th.
Welcome back, we're here with the owner of Cherry's Yummies Deli. She is here to talk about her company and she also has some menu items to share with us.
We're back with Kisha Landfair from “S Is For Sweet.” She has some fun Easter and Spring ideas for families to share with us today.
Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Memphis offers both private and group lessons on a range of dance styles including ballroom, Latin, and swing. The studio owner, Tom Korpitz is here with us today along with instructors Cole Sanner and Sandra Korpitz. We'll find out more about the studio and they'll be dancing for us as well.
Jessica Ray joined us in studio to tell us about her latest work and perform for us.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 17th.
You just heard from country singer Ciera Ouellette and her guiatarist Brandon Ticer. They will be performing for us again, in just a bit. But we wanted to talk now about your music and your upcoming performances.
Pork rinds, cheese puffs, popcorn , chips, and more. Local company, Brim's Snack Foods has a little bit of everything. We're joined now with the president of Brim's Snack Foods, Terry Brimhall, to talk more about the company.
Time for our Ask The Professionals segment. Today Dr.Carla Martin from Desoto Foot Care and Pedi-Spa is back with us to talk about fungal toe nails?
The Peabody Hotel will be kicking off its 75th year of rooftop parties tomorrow. Memphis based band "Almost Famous" and Swedish electro-dance punk duo "Icona Pop" will be the first acts of the 2014 season. Kelly Earnest from the Peabody Hotel is here to talk more about what you can expect to see every Thursday through mid-August.
L'Ecole Culinaire will be hosting a special public class on Greek cuisine next week. So today Chef Jimmy Gentry will be showing us how to make a Greek salad with vinaigrette and grilled fish.
MVP-3 entertainment group will be hosting the 15th annual "On Location Memphis International Film And Music Fest” next week. The CEO and founder of MVP-3 entertainment Marie Pizano is here to tell us all about it.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 16th.
It's almost time for the Spring Mid-South Wedding Show. Dillards is the official Bridal Registery for the event, Katie Long and Margaret Pulliam are here to talk more about it.
Here to talk more about what happened on the dance floor last night, and to show us a few moves to try at home. We welcome back, local ballroom and Latin Dance Coach Arman.
You can celebrate Easter Brazilian Style at Texas de Brazil this Sunday. The restaurant will be open at 11 in the morning with a special breakfast menu. General manager Kevin Leahy is here to talk more about it.
As you know Easter is this Sunday, and the Pentecostal Church wants you to know what they have planned for their resurrection Power Sunday. Welcome Pastor Bill and his wife Stephany Parkey.
Southland Mall is celebrating its 50th year anniversary in business this year. The general manager, Michael Rixter, is here to talk more about that and the mall's future plans which include more new stores.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 15th.
If you're just joining us today. We've been highlighting businesses today to help you get ready for Easter and other special occasions this spring. We're joined now by owner Valerie Myers and stylist DJ Henderson, to talk about the services offered by Valentino's signature salon.
You may remember last month, the store owner of Clothes Mentor Cordova was on to talk about their grand opening. If you missed it, or just haven't had a chance to check out the women's re-sale store . Mke Thorn is back with us during our Easter week, he is joined today by his daughter...co- manager Cassidy Thorn to talk more about how it can help expand your wardrobe in a cost effective way.
Time now for our "Digest On This" segment with Dr. Bowden. Last month, Dr. Bowden's focus was on colon cancer awareness. Most people don't realize that April is irritable bowel syndrome or "IBS" Awareness Month It is a condition that affects up to 45 million Americans every single day. So today, Dr. Bowden is here to talk more about it.
With Easter and other special occasions around the corner, Milano Menswear may be a great option for men and boys. To talk more about what they have to offer, we have Walter Milano from the Wolfchase Galleria location along with Stephani Scruggs from the Southland Mall location.
The first segment of Local Memphis Live on April 14th.
It's Fitness Friday, And as always, I hope you will join in on today's workout. Personal trainer Roland Genesy from Transforming Bodies Fitness is here to show us some moves.
ATF agents are joining police in Clarksdale, Mississippi in hopes of finding who's responsible for several Molotov Cocktail bombings.
Do you know what's under your feet? Depending on where you're standing in Memphis, it could be a subterranean world very few people have ever visited.
An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday for a missing 2-year-old girl who disappeared with her parents after her infant sister was found dead at the family's Lowndes County home.
The search for a missing boater at McKellar Lake in southwest Memphis will resume at 9:00 a.m. Thursday morning.
Memphis police say a man broke into the National Civil Rights Museum and was found sleeping on a bed inside one of the rooms of the Lorraine Motel.
A Shelby County man is accused of torching his own stuff as he was being evicted.
Memphis police are investigating after a body was found on an I-40 ramp Wednesday.
Memphis police arrested a man they say murdered a teenager on Easter.
The Shelby County School Board approved a balanced budget that takes out just about every frill in the system.
You can't put a price on your health, but the cost of your next ambulance ride might give you sticker shock if the only hospital in West Memphis closes down.
A grand jury indicted three teenagers Tuesday on first-degree murder and robbery charges in the shooting death of a Collierville contractor.
Mississippi teachers have a reason to celebrate. Governor Phil Bryant signed a new bill into law Tuesday giving teachers an across the board raise.
There is concern about response time and the hiring of firefighters when it comes to Mayor A C Wharton's proposed budget.
A 53-year-old Memphis man is accused of being a panty peddler after he was caught selling stolen panties at the MATA bus station.
A local politician convicted of buying votes with chicken dinners and cheap vodka is now being called a "danger to the community."
A 10-year-old girl is in the hospital after being shot by her own brother.
A recent study has identified 3,000 types of bacteria on dollar bills from a Manhattan bank.
A Tennessee woman was arrested Easter Sunday after allegedly trying to run over her husband in a church parking lot because he disapproved of her driving skills.
The eyes of Memphis are upon you.
Shelby County's primary election is just a couple weeks away and the 9th District Congressional Race is heating up just like the Spring weather. And primary isn't even until August.
A dozen or so Mid-South runners competed in the Boston Marathon today.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that Craig Unger, a five year veteran of the Cardinals front office, will become the new General Manager of the Memphis Redbirds as the Cardinals take over the daily management of the Redbirds.
You are spending more of your money at the pump.
Time is running out to get a three day pass to the Beale Street Music Festival at a discount.
The Tennessee legislative session is over for the year.
A 17-year-old was found dead in an apartment in the 3600 block of Pershing Park in Frayser. The teen's mother wants to know why someone would kill her son.
Preparations are under way for Monday's running of the Boston Marathon.
Kids and parents alike took advantage of a beautiful Memphis day to hunt for Easter eggs and share what Easter means to them.
Sunday marked 15 years since one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history, the tragic Columbine High School shooting.
People from Tennessee are paying their respects in Oklahoma City on the 19th anniversary of the OKC bombing.
It was an inter-party square off of the two Republicans seeking to be the next governor.
A juvenile was killed in Frayser early Sunday morning.
Conway police officers are investigating a train accident that left a young pedestrian dead this afternoon.
The Memphis Grizzlies played the Oklahoma City Thunder in Oklahoma City Saturday night. For the fans who didn't make the trek to Oklahoma they went to watch parties.
Saturday proved to be a busy day for the Memphis Fire Department.
A pedestrian was dragged to his death in a hit and run on Saturday night.
A moment of silence was held on Saturday for the victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Saturday's Festival of Forgotten Souls gave the homeless community an outlet to enjoy music, food, and get assistance.
Overton Park officially opened the new bicycle entrance to the park on Saturday.
A social media event is making a splash across the Natural State. Wherever there's water, people are "Jumping For Jesus", recording it and challenging others to take a plunge.
A gun law in the Natural State is stirring debate.
Peyton Jones commits to Tigers football
Police are on the hunt for two teenagers who've robbed at least five walkers and joggers recently.
Memphis Grizzlies reserve rookie guard Nick Calathes has been suspended 20 games for violating the league's anti-drug policy.
This wasn't just Good Friday, it was a great Friday for an Olive Branch woman and her granddaughter.
Have you noticed all the new craft breweries popping up around Memphis? Ever wanted to try your hand at making your own beer? Now is the perfect time to learn.
A Mid-South teen is dead, killed on his way home from prom.
Memphis’ favorite 12 year-old entrepreneur will soon face the sharks!
A Tennessee man was arrested Thursday for public intoxication after police say he was mowing a person's yard without permission while drunk.
Making our city cleaner and greener. A group of people living in Midtown Memphis has been doing just that for the past six years.