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Tigers 57, Tulane 55

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Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Elderly Mother

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Flashback Friday: Lou Reed at Ellis Auditorium 1973

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Pinch Could Lose Historic Register Listing

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Tennessee Scores Low On New HRC State Equality Index

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In the News: Marc Gasol named All-Star Starter

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Magic Carpet featuring Mardi Gras Mambo with Mighty Souls Brass Band

Magic Carpet featuring Mardi Gras Mambo with Mighty Souls Brass Band

Sat., Jan. 24, 10-11 a.m. @ Buckman Arts Center at St. Mary's School

Children ages two to eight are invited for a Mardi Gras celebration with the Mighty Souls Brass Band.

Animal Grossology

Jan. 24-April 19 @ Memphis Pink Palace Museum

Interactive exhibition that takes science information and incorporates it into interactive entertainment featuring some of the stinkiest, slimiest, and downright yuckiest creatures.

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News

Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Elderly Mother

Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Elderly Mother

Ronald Goodwin has pled guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his 72-year-old mother.

Pinch Could Lose Historic Register Listing

The Pinch District is once again in the crosshairs of the Tennessee Historical Commission to be removed from the National Register of Historic Places.

Tennessee Scores Low On New HRC State Equality Index

Tennessee is one of 32 states lacking state-level workplace protections for all LGBT employees, and it's one of 14 states that still doesn't allow same-sex marriage.

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Music

Flashback Friday: Lou Reed at Ellis Auditorium 1973

Flashback Friday: Lou Reed at Ellis Auditorium 1973

Next week marks over 40 years since Lou Reed played the Ellis Auditorium with Garland Jeffreys.

Weekend Roundup Part Two

Here's the low down on who's giggin' around town this weekend. 

Throwback Thursday: Dr. Benjamin Hooks Reflects on Racist Encounters

The late Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks dedicated his life to combating racial, social, and economic disparities.

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Politics

The Governor and the Majority Leader

The Governor and the Majority Leader

State Senator Mark Norris, who, up to now, has been Bill Haslam’s main man in the Senate, could be a major obstacle on Medicaid expansion.

Haslam Takes Oath Again, Suggests a Firmer Resolve As He Heads Into Second Term

Governor avoids specifics but pledges “not to coast to the finish line.”

Six Candidates Make Second Deadline for Consideration to Succeed Harris on Council

Additional time for submitting voter signatures had been extended via a ruling from Council attorney Allan Boyd.

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Food & Drink

What is “real” mayonnaise?

What is “real” mayonnaise?

As you may have heard, start-up food company Hampton Creek was recently sued over the branding and labeling of its egg-free sandwich spread, "Just Mayo."

New Ginormous Growler Station at Joe's Liquor

At Joe’s Wines & Liquors, they recently installed one of the baddest growler stations in town.

Big Bad Pop Ups to Return

Oxford super chef John Currence is bringing back the Big Bad Pop Ups at City Grocery. 

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Opinion

Mortgaging the Future

Mortgaging the Future

My wife and I are one kid away from being empty nesters.

What They Said (January 22, 2015) …

About Chris Davis' post, "A Closer Look at the Satanic School Bus" ...

That Darn Bug

Lord have mercy.

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Film/TV

Into The Woods

Into The Woods

The Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods predates the term "mashup" by about 15 years, but it's clearly in the spirit of that most 21st century of genres.

Foxcatcher

John du Pont was the heir to a vast fortune his ancestors had acquired making powder for the U.S. Military, beginning in the Revolutionary War, and founding DuPont Chemicals.

Addison's January Film Journal

Interstellar (2014; dir.

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Sports

Tigers 57, Tulane 55

Austin Nichols hit a 10-foot jump shot from the left baseline with 3.1 seconds left to play to give the Tigers a much-needed win over Tulane at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.

In the News: Marc Gasol named All-Star Starter

If you haven’t heard the news yet—which is probably only possible if you didn’t look at the internet, Twitter, or the TV news last night—Marc Gasol has been named a starter for the Western Conference team in the upcoming NBA All-Star game.

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 92, Raptors 86

Last night, the Grizzlies beat the Toronto Raptors 92–86 in one of the ugliest games we’ve seen out of the Grizzlies at least since the Charlotte Hornets last came to town.

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