Are you a hottie? Know someone who is?
The Flyer is currently soliciting nominations for our annual Hotties issue.
Nominating someone -- or yourself, if you prefer -- is easy.
The Shelby County Judiciary lost two of its longtime members Friday with the deaths of Circuit Court Judge Rita Stotts and General Sessions Criminal Court Judge Anthony Johnson.
As reported on the Fox 13 Web site Judge Stotts, a long-term survivor of breast cancer, died at Methodist Hospital. Judge Johnson died at home, apparently of a heart attack.
More details as they are available.
If the nation's 51 largest metro areas could change rates of education, poverty and driving -- even marginally -- how much of a difference could it make?
A study by Portland economist Joe Cortright says even a small change could mean $166 billion in economic gain.
Just a reminder ... We're currently soliciting nominations for our annual Hotties issue, beginning now and running until mid- to late-January.
Got the post-holiday blues? Cure your ills by spending some money on yourself for a change. You can start by picking up some collectible and hard-to-find book titles at the Overton Park Antiquarian Book Fair on Saturday. The Parkview Retirement Community at 1914 Poplar is holding the annual sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Gasol scored 19 points in the first half before handing the baton to Mayo, who scored 18 of his team-high 21 points in the second half. Chris Herrington breaks it all down at Beyond the Arc.
Grizzlies fans are justifiably feeling good about the trade, but will feel better with a win tonight. Chris Herrington has a preview up at Beyond the Arc and will be live-blogging the game tonight.
I have a large circle of friends, and sometimes those friends introduce me to their friends. A few months ago, I met a woman at a party (a friend of a friend, of course), and we started talking. She seemed cool -- really pretty, smart, funny ...
Mary Cashiola riffs on the New Year -- and Willie Herenton -- at her "In the Bluff" blog.
Read the rest of Bruce VanWyngarden's editor's note.