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Jim Kyle Gets “Roasted,” Survives to Find the Moral of the Story

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Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 112, Flamengo 72

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Have a #Blessed Day

Hungry Memphis

Downtown Dining Week Dates Set, and more news

Sing All Kinds

Tyler Keith and Limes in Harbortown Saturday

Intermission Impossible

Theatre Memphis Revives “The Heiress”

Exhibit M

Art This Weekend: Tad Lauritzen Wright and more

Sing All Kinds

Run the Jewels at Minglewood Hall on Tuesday

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Infant Mortality Hits a Record Low

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Fall Culinary Series

Fall Culinary Series

Thursdays, 6-7:30 p.m. Continues through Nov. 6 @ Church Health Center Wellness

Hands-on cooking classes led by Memphis chefs. Oct. 2: Recreating the Steakhouse Experience at Home with Jenn McCullough; Oct. 9: Fish Cookery with Brown Burch;…

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Sundays, 2-4 p.m., Fridays, Saturdays, 8-10 p.m. and Mon., Oct. 27, 8-10 p.m. Continues through Nov. 2 @ TheatreWorks

Original adaptation of Moliere’s Tartuffe, set in Memphis, written and performed by Memphians. This historic comedy gets a Mid-South makeover 350 years in the making.

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News

Report Shows Countywide Increase in Violent Crime, Decrease in Property Crime

Report Shows Countywide Increase in Violent Crime, Decrease in Property Crime

New data from the Memphis-Shelby County Crime Commission reveals there has been a slight increase in murders, aggravated assaults, and robberies countywide compared to 2013.

Infant Mortality Hits a Record Low

Infant mortality is at a record low in Shelby County, according to the Shelby County Health Department (SCHD).

Car Dealer Gets 15 Months in Money Laundering Conspiracy

A Memphis man was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison Wednesday for helping drug traffickers launder money through his used car dealership.

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Music

Tyler Keith and Limes in Harbortown Saturday

Tyler Keith and Limes in Harbortown Saturday

The last of the River Series concerts at Harbortown Amphitheater is Saturday night.

Run the Jewels at Minglewood Hall on Tuesday

Hard-hitting rap duo Run the Jewels comes to Minglewood Hall on Tuesday, October 21st as part of Red Bull's Sound Select Tour. You can get your free ticket by RSVPing here.

The Switchblade Kid at Black Lodge Video

Halloween comes early to Black Lodge Video this year, as the 15th annual Halloween Masquerade Ball is this Saturday.

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Politics

Jim Kyle Gets “Roasted,” Survives to Find the Moral of the Story

Jim Kyle Gets “Roasted,” Survives to Find the Moral of the Story

Newly installed Chancellor is honoree at 2nd annual fundraising event for Shelby County Democrats

Montana Legislator Reilly Neill, Ex-of Memphis, Has Fundraiser Here

Livingston state representative is Central graduate and ex-Flyer employee; Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor also reportedly to be subject of local fundraiser.

As Early Voting Starts, a Burst of Kumbaya

Amendment 2 on judicial selection gets a bipartisan boost, and the Shelby County Commission makes nice — sort of; Marrero honored by Planned Parenthood.

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Food & Drink

Downtown Dining Week Dates Set, and more news

Downtown Dining Week Dates Set, and more news

The dates for Downtown Dining Week have been set for November 16th-22nd.

Hats Off: Kelly English Named Ole Miss’s 2014 Outstanding Young Alum

It’s been a banner year for chef Kelly English.

Tea and Honey

Eyleen Farmer isn't the kind of person you'd expect to meet in the back of a police car.

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Opinion

I’m Not Changing My Passwords

I’m Not Changing My Passwords

The 2003 film, House of Sand and Fog, depicts a tragic string of events that follows a woman who loses her house after ignoring eviction notices mistakenly sent to her for nonpayment of county taxes.

Jerry Lawler in a Batmobile

This week the internet discovered something Memphis wrestling fans have known for a long time.

The Rant (October 15, 2014)

While going through an old box of stuff, I came across a program I had saved from the Fillmore East dated December 19, 1969.

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Film/TV

Tyler Keith and Limes in Harbortown Saturday

Tyler Keith and Limes in Harbortown Saturday

The last of the River Series concerts at Harbortown Amphitheater is Saturday night.

Run the Jewels at Minglewood Hall on Tuesday

Hard-hitting rap duo Run the Jewels comes to Minglewood Hall on Tuesday, October 21st as part of Red Bull's Sound Select Tour. You can get your free ticket by RSVPing here.

Eraserhead

On October 6th, David Lynch and Mark Frost confirmed via Twitter that their enormously weird, enormously influential television series Twin Peaks will return in 2016 for a nine-episode run on Showtime.

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Sports

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 112, Flamengo 72

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 112, Flamengo 72

The Grizzlies played a preseason exhibition against Brazilian team Flamengo last night, and… it went about the way you would expect it to.

"American" Football Picks: Week 8

Last Week: 4-2Season: 40-12

Thunder 117, Grizzlies 107: Let’s Play “Jump To Conclusions”

I don’t know how many of you have seen the Mike Judge classic Office Space, but if you haven’t, I’m going to lose you for a second (or at least until you watch this clip).

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