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  • Nov 22-28, 2007
  • Vol. 1, No. 978

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  • The Zoo Lights Up
  • The Zoo Lights Up

    The Memphis Zoo is sure to dazzle when SunTrust Zoo Lights kicks off Friday, November 23rd.

    Boasting more than a million lights -- including $100,000 worth of new light features and activities -- visitors can tour the display on Friday and Saturday evenings through December 8th and nightly from December 14th to 23rd and December 26th to the 30th...

  • Pau Gasol Poops!
  • Pau Gasol Poops!

    Well, this gives "running the floor" a whole new dimension.

    Sure, some of our Christmas traditions are lousy. We've got gaudy and tacky decorations, that stupid fa-la-la-la-la song, and retail "Christmas creep." But in certain regions of Spain, they've got us beat ...

  • The Old Age of Aquarius
  • The Old Age of Aquarius

    Tennessee is home to the country's oldest and largest hippie commune. As its founders age, will future generations keep the dream alive?

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  • Griz Whack Wiz, 124-118
  • Griz Whack Wiz, 124-118

    AP -- Juan Carlos Navarro scored 28 points, Rudy Gay added 27, and the Memphis Grizzlies overcame Antawn Jamison's 41 points and 11 rebounds to beat the Washington Wizards 124-118 on Saturday night.

    Jamison shot 18-of-22 from the floor for the Wizards, who lost their second in a row after a six-game winning streak. The Grizzlies won for the first time in three games ...

  • Griz Lose to Spurs, 101-88
  • Griz Lose to Spurs, 101-88

    The Memphis Grizzlies lost to the defending world champion San Antonio Spurs Friday night, 101-88. Memphis was led by Juan Carlos Navarro with 16 points, but had no answer for Tim Duncan (28 points) and Tony Parker (21) ...
  • It's Over for Orgeron; Ole Miss Fires Coach
  • It's Over for Orgeron; Ole Miss Fires Coach

    AP -- A dreadful final month on and off the field cost Mississippi's Ed Orgeron his job, even though his bosses had said his future was secure.

    Orgeron was fired Saturday, a day after the Rebels lost 17-14 to rival Mississippi State to finish 3-9 and winless in the Southeastern Conference for the first time since 1982. Off the field, Ole Miss was embarrassed by the disciplining of 20 players who stole from hotels the Rebels were staying in on Friday nights ...

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