Monday, May 25, 2020

Lifestyle

It seems that during these Times of Corona that the kids are alright. They seem to be coping better than adults for the most part, as well they should. They should have the luxury of childhood balanced with being informed....
In the Clark sisters’ home, Mama Clark considers the word “easy” a swear. “We don’t do easy,” she explained to her daughters in the opening scene after waking them up at three in the morning to record a song the...
Save the dates were sent, photos were taken, vendors were booked, wedding countdowns began and then the coronavirus hit. The COVID-19 has disrupted daily life around the world and there’s no clear answers to what the future may bring. Now...
My son is kicking my a$$. And it’s not even close. He’s 2, bursting with energy. I’m . . . okay, fine, I’m eligible for AARP. It’s not a fair fight. This was a manageable problem just a few months ago,...
My advice for navigating wedding planning during this unprecedented COVID-19 situation is to take a pause, don't make any hasty decisions, and really think about what you value most for your wedding. On March 20, exactly eight months until our...
Three hundred pastors and clergy of The Memphis Baptist Ministerial Association have called for a day of prayer today "to help us as we struggle with our current state of affairs that encompasses planet earth." The plan notes noon today...
by Brittany Holst -- The “safer at home” orders mandated by Mayor Jim Strickland, Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris and Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee have some mothers in “essential job” categories continuing to work while trying to maintain safe...
As we weather this “Ronapocolypse,” as my friend calls it, let’s try to support each other and our businesses as well. And on that front, I have some suggestions. Pyramid Liquors: Owner Rick Farwell has been in the Downtown-Uptown space...
In search of how Greater Memphis-area residents are keeping up with their fitness routines during this period of mandated isolation, TSD video-journalist Terrisa C. Mark encountered India Johnson, spinning away.  
In the spirit of honesty, I should point out here at the very top of this column that I’m one of those people that believes EVERYONE should be growing food in their yards – coronavirus or not. To me,...