BankTennessee is opening a new branch in Munford next week.
The new location, opening on the corner of Highway 51 March 2, is staffed with bankers from the area and sits on a 1.12-acre site at 26 Munford Ave.
The branch is 3,267 square feet with an expandable second floor and mirrors the design of the BankTennessee branch in Ripley.
WIRED has a report about Memphis-based FedEx, which last week told the nonprofit Defense Distributed that it won’t ship the group’s “Ghost Gunner,” a contraption known as a computer controlled mill.
From the magazine –
“Defense Distributed has marketed its one-foot-cubed $1,500 machine, which allows anyone to automatically carve aluminum objects from digital designs, as an affordable, private way to make an AR-15 rifle body without a serial number. Add in off-the-shelf parts that can be ordered online, and the Ghost Gunner would allow anyone to create one of the DIY, untraceable, semi-automatic firearms sometimes known as “ghost guns.””
Lafayette’s Music Room announced today that Billy Bob Thornton is bringing his band to Memphis for two nights, with tickets going on sale this Friday.
Billy Bob Thorton & the Boxmasters will play for two nights, on April 14 and 15. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken is taking its chicken-heavy menu around the country this year.
The restaurant has a big nationwide expansion plan in the works, unveiling plans for eight new restaurants this year with more still to come.
This year, Gus’s plans to open in Atlanta, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Ft. Worth, Knoxville, Kansas City, Chicago and Philadelphia. Via Gus’s Facebook page:
“There are more to come, but we have to take it slow to ensure you get the same quality and experience you have come to expect from Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken! As we progress, we will be sure to share locations and opening dates.”
A new craft brewery could be launching soon in Memphis.
A Facebook page has been launched for Crosstown Brewing Company, with its name and logo suggestion a location within the Crosstown redevelopment.
The guys behind the brewery told the Choose901 blog they’d like to be open within a year or so and to have a taproom and maybe a beer garden, but that nothing is set in stone yet.