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Booker T. Jones Remembers the Civil Rights Era

Legendary Memphis musician Booker T. Jones recently wrote an essay for CBS about his experiences before and during the Civil Rights era. Joe Boone reports.

Lost in Limbo

Susan Ellis looks back at the short, hyped life of Cooper-Young's In Limbo restaurant.

Guess Where Susan Ate

The latest installment of Susan Ellis' ongoing weekly contest, Guess Where I'm Eating, ventures into brown stuff in a basket territory.

To Beale Street, With Love

Music editor Joe Boone spent a few nights on Beale Street recently. Here are his impressions.

Beale Street Legend James Govan Dies

Joe Boone reports that Beale Street icon and soul singer James Govan has died.

Current, Former Officials Back Wilkins; Cohen Responds with Own List

Supporrters of challenger include several who publicly backed incumbent congressman Cohen in prior elections; name of Fullilove challenged.

With Election Less Than a Month Away, Patterns Are Taking Shape

Money-wise, some candidates are more equal than others; Democratic dissidents issue own judicial endorsements; and SCS contenders have a forum.

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A Debate of Grilling Bratwurst

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