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  • Jan 13-18, 2006
  • Vol. 1, No. 881


  • It Overtakes a Village

    The typical village brings to mind cozy cottages and comfortable homes, not faux castles with stone exteriors. And some of the residents of The Village, an East Memphis neighborhood sandwiched between Poplar and Southern, want to keep it that way.

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  • Judging Bush

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  • VIEWPOINT: Grounded

    In which an intrepid correspondent reports on his recent sally-forth in a contemporary, er, airship.
  • The Rant

    Hey, NSA. Listen up. Come on into my computer. Turn your little cameras and recording devices on me. I want Dick Cheney to know how grossed out I am. It's early, early in the morning, and I just peeled my eyes open a few minutes ago, and what's the first thing I hear about on the news? Dick Cheney's feet. READ MORE
  • Letter From the Editor

    Like E.B. White, I also see the future as somewhat half-baked ...



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  • FROM MY SEAT: The Real Super Sunday

    My favorite football day of the year isn’t New Year’s Day or Super Bowl Sunday (not even Tennessee-Alabama Saturday in October). No, it’s conference-championship Sunday.

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