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Fun filled musical evening of holiday classics, and some modern favorites too.

The Magic of the Holidays

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Send It Up

Juxtaposed with a holiday pop-up shop arranged beneath them, a small group prayed for racial healing in America on the balcony of a repurposed Clayborn Temple last Friday, the morning light shining through broken stained glass windows and pouring over their backs.

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The Grizzlies have won four games in a row now, all of them without Mike Conley, Chandler Parsons, Vince Carter, and James Ennis.

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When Mike Conley went down, I did the math, and I did not expect the Grizzlies to win this game, but that’s exactly what they did, beating the Pelicans in New Orleans 110-108 in double overtime.

Boca, Bartow, and Backflips

As “Group of Five” football program, the University of Memphis stands little chance of playing in one of the prestigious New Year’s Six bowl games.

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Top Local Releases  of 2016

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This year was another great one for Memphis music.

Reserving Dirtnaps live at the Hi-Tone

It is safe to say that this Thursday night's bill featuring Reserving Dirtnaps, Yesse Yavis (formerly Chickasaw Mound), Tom Skee Mask, Broke, and Tommy Wright the III is the most bizarre lineup the Hi-Tone has ever produced.

Brandon Taylor's "Radio Ghost" Record Release Show

The first time I met Brandon Taylor was down in the Delta at the caretaker’s lodge flanked alongside the Baby Doll House near Benoit.

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Politicians Call the Roll in Memphis and Nashville

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Tennesseans whose names were still circulating in the grapevine, as of mid-week, for possible appointive positions in the administration of President-elect Donald Trump were U.S. Senator Bob Corker, 7th District congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, former state Economic Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, and former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. of Memphis.

Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

Minnesota Congressman's visit, co-sponsored by numerous Democrats and Democratic groups, will occur on Friday, December 9.

Cohen Introduces Amendment to Scrap Electoral College

Memphis Congressman and ranking member of key House subcommittee proposes action to allow direct election of the President. Action comes amid widespread dissatisfaction with 2016 presidential results.

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Now open: 901 Grille and Market

Hamida Mandani graduated with a master's degree in business in 2009, right about the time the Great Recession kicked into high gear.

Cosmic Coconut "Evolving" into City Silo

A press release was issued today that the space that once housed Cosmic Coconut in East Memphis will now be a new restaurant called City Silo Table & Pantry.

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Knowing Jack: A Dog Worth Saving

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MATA Needs More Funding

In response to The Memphis Flyer cover story: "Bus Stopped: The Battle over Route 31" published on December 1st, there is one key point we all can agree on: Memphis needs and deserves a reliable and efficient transportation system.

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In August, 2003, an 8-year-old boy named Terrance Cottrell Jr. died in a tiny Minneapolis church.

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Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

moverhill: Mia: no, Rockwell was not a Jew (don't believe everything you hear on Stormfront). Oh, and the "Palestinians" are only »

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Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

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When the Sterick Building Was Supreme

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Rep. Ellison, Frontrunner in DNC Race, to be Honored Here

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