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  • Jul 16-22, 2009
  • Vol. 1, No. 1064

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  • Wag The Blog
  • Wag The Blog

    Inner City Baseball, the National Equality March, Lunch Bullies, Morgan Jon Fox, MRA vs. NRA, Peace and Leggings ... Scroll on down to "From The Blogs," to see what Flyer writers are blogging about.
  • Redbirds Cancel "RBI" Program
  • Redbirds Cancel "RBI" Program

    The Memphis Redbirds are revealing more than they know about their internal problems. They're trying to keep a lid on the premature ending of the 2009 season for Returning Baseball to the Inner-city (RBI) by not letting their most credible Memphis baseball insider talk about it ... John Branston has the story.
  • North Shelby Times Folds
  • North Shelby Times Folds

    The North Shelby Times, a small, privately-owned weekly newspaper headquartered on North Watkins Street quietly ceased publication in June, after 44 years in business. Frank Holland, the paper's founder ...

  • Blogging Never Stops
  • Blogging Never Stops

    It may be the weekend for most of you, but some Flyer bloggers never rest. Scroll down to From the Blogs and check out The Real Houseflies of Orange County, Farbs and Hardcores, Jasmin Miller, Courtney Hunt, and more.
  • The Old Order Changeth
  • The Old Order Changeth

    It's gotten where you can't read an article online about politics, sports, the local economy, schools, termites, or hangnails without somebody blaming Mayor Herenton in the comments ... So says John Branston, and he's tired of the same old racquet.
  • Prom Night in Mississippi
  • Prom Night in Mississippi

    In April, On Location: Memphis International Film Festival screened the Morgan Freeman-involved film Prom Night in Mississippi... Catch up with the latest on the film, including a Jennifer Aniston rumor at Sing All Kinds.
  • Flyer Flashback
  • Flyer Flashback

    To mark the Flyer's 20th anniversary, we're looking back at stories from our first two decades.

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  • Letter From the Editor
  • Letter From the Editor

    So this is what we've come to: A professional wrestler, Jerry Lawler, throws his leotard into the race for Memphis mayor, and in one of the more irony-challenged statements of all time, claims it's because the city "has become a laughingstock."

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