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Now, photographer Bryan Rollins really has his work cut out for him.
What a pleasure and honor to be asked by Michelle Mc Kissack, Editor of MEMPHIS PARENT, to lead a walking tour of the core and riverfront of Downtown Memphis, as a feature story.
The couple is Paul & Joanne Jeckln from Brisbane, Australia visiting Memphis and looking for something to do - and they found the Courthouse Tour!
One of the last stops on the tour is in the Law Library and one of my favorite things to do is visit the landing the has bound monthly volumes of The Commercial Appeal from the years 1966-1971.
So, if you do not keep track of all these changing norms, you may be left too far to catch up.
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Seven years ago while I giving a presentation at The University Of Memphis, I met a student.
John Stevenson, that had an interest in Roller Coasters and Libertyland.
Courthouse Tours are free, handicapped accessible, cameras are allowed for these tours (special exemption) and we assemble at noon on the southwest steps of the Courthouse (Second/Adams).Remember Libertyland is now in three Memphis book stores: While sitting in as guest host on the Earle Farrell 4 Memphis radio show (KWAM AM990) on October 2, I was also able interview John about his experiences with roller coasters (I believe that he said that he has rode 173 coasters in America) and writing his first book.John will be in Memphis last this Autumn for book signings, so stay tuned (Remember Libertyland.com). It's nice to be on a cover of a local publication like MEMPHIS PARENT, but it is super nice to also be the Centerfold.Well, he decided to publish a book about Libertyland's history.Arcadia Publishing has published the book, Remember Libertyland, through its Images of Modern America series.