Live at 9: ‘Finding Neverland’ brings a bit of magic to the Orpheum

Billy Harrigan Tighe and John Davidson in Finding Neverland (Credit: Jeremy Daniel)

The impact of technology

A company right here in West Tennessee is bringing power and fresh water to Caribbean islands hit hard by the hurricanes. And they’re doing it with something the islands have in abundance – sun.

Nicole Smith and Michael Goodwyn with the Aldelano  talk about the company’s latest products and how they are being utilized to help those in need.

Related: Hurricane Devastated Areas Receiving First Solar Relief from Tennessee Production Facility

Author Chat

Love a good international thriller? Then you definitely need to check out award-winning author K.J. Howe’s new book “The Freedom Broker.”

You can get your own copy Wednesday, January 24 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Novel Bookstore on Perkins Ext.

For more information, click here.

Watercooler Wednesday

Are women the most difficult family members to live with? A new study say yes.

Bev Johnson, Kevin Cerrito and Austen Onek discuss that plus is it okay to have a “secret stash” your significant other doesn’t know about? More than 20 million Americans say they do or have had such a bank account, but is it a recipe for trouble?

What is the age limit for wearing jeans? And while we’re at it, should cellphones be banned from concerts?

That’s coming up in this segment of Watercooler Wednesday.

Magic at the Orpheum

The hit Broadway musical “Finding Neverland” will soon be bringing a little bit of magic to the Orpheum Theatre.

Based on the Oscar-winning movie, it’s the incredible story behind one of the world’s most loved characters- Peter Pan.

Lael Van Keuren talks about the Memphis run and what it means to be apart of this production.

For more information on tickets, click here.

 

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