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Downtown Memphis: Muvico Theater Closes; Peabody Hotel To Expand Into Peabody Place

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Once again one of the attractions at Peabody Place will be closing its doors with this time being the movie spot Muvico Theater located within Peabody Place in Downtown Memphis. The Muvico theater closed its doors for good Sunday, July 6, 2008 after the last shows.

Why are they closing? The plan comes with the expansion of the Peabody Hotel. Belz Enterprises is looking to turn the second and third floors into more than 150 suites which will take approximately two years to complete.



After reports of poor ticket sales and the Peabody Place having to force a dress code and a conduct code on patrons, it seems to be the only acceptable way to keep the quality of its name and the only way to hope that many of the adults who ran off after reports of obscene teens ruling over the Muvico theater and loitering, it seems the only way to reserve the grand name, Peabody.

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K. Michelle Honored in Memphis, Performs FREE Concert; Album Debuts #2 On Billboard Charts

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Photo of singer K Michelle performing in Memphis

The sexy, sultry singer and Love & Hip Hop reality television star K. Michelle, on the heels of a new R&B music album Rebellious Soul, performed a free show in Memphis on last week and also picked up the Mayor's Ambassador Award from Mayor AC Wharton during her return to her hometown in Memphis, TN.



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Pretty Little Liar star, Memphis Native Lucy Hale In The Studio Working on New Album

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Hollywood Records and Memphis native Lucy Hale in the recording studio

ABC Family's Pretty Little Liar star and Memphis native Lucy Hale is in the studio working on her new album. Just recently the 24 yr-old actress and singer shared photos of herself in the studio.

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New Changes Coming For Beale Street

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Beale Street will be getting some improvements following a judge ruling that John Elkington's Performa Entertainment Real Estate, Inc was in compliance with the 52 year lease of Beale Street with the Beale Street Development Corporation (BSDC). The ruling will now allow Performa Entertainment Real Estate to transfer the lease of the infamous street to the City of Memphis who will gain control over its management and development.

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