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January 21, 2011 - This snow covered statue gives a whole new look to the art at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens Friday morning. (The Commercial Appeal/Mike Maple)
It was a packed house when the Redbirds opened AutoZone Park with an exhibition on April 1, 2000, against the St. Louis Cardinals.
A pedestrian strolls down the sidewalk on Third Street near Autozone Park this week amid a pallet of color.
The Pyramid lights up the Mississippi riverfront skyline in Memphis in 1991. (Dave Darnell/The Commercial Appeal)
This vintage postcard, from the early 1900s, depicts a bridge over Lick Creek as it courses through Overton Park. The abundance of green space provided a natural buffer to flooding.
May 7, 2011 - Grizzlies fans celebrate among giant head posters of Shane Battier, Zach Randolph, Tony Allen, and Marc Gasol during game three of the Western Conference semi-finals in Memphis Saturday. (Nikki Boertman / The Commercial Appeal)
Rows of cherry trees flank Cherry Road in front of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Fireworks explode over the Mississippi River during the Red, White and Blues Star-Spangled Celebration at Tom Lee Park.
Located just inside Harbor Town off Island Drive, Currents invites guests to come inside.