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  • Aug 20-26, 2009
  • Vol. 1, No. 1069

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  • Bad Boys
  • Bad Boys

    In recent years, nearly 70 local cops have been caught breaking laws they are supposed to be enforcing.
  • Ronnie Grisanti's to Close This Weekend

    This weekend will mark the end of an era in Midtown restaurant circles, when Ronnie Grisanti and Sons, a perennial winner in the "Best Italian" category in the Flyer's Best of Memphis readers' poll, shuts its doors for a final time at its Chickasaw Oaks Plaza location ...
  • Tigers to Forfeit 07-08 Season?
  • Tigers to Forfeit 07-08 Season?

    The Commercial Appeal and several online sources are reporting that the NCAA will strip the Memphis Tigers of their NCAA-record 38 wins during the 2007-2008 season.

    The NCAA plans an announcement of its decision today at 4:00 p.m. UM officials have announced a subsequent press conference ... more

  • U of M to Appeal NCAA Ruling
  • U of M to Appeal NCAA Ruling

    "I am extremely disappointed in the NCAA ruling, and yes, we are going to appeal," University of Memphis Athletic Director R. C. Johnson said at a press conference Thursday.

    Meanwhile, the NCAA Final Four and 2008 runner-up banners will continue hanging in FedExForum ... John Branston reports.

  • Lesbian Couple Escorted From Whalum's Church
  • Lesbian Couple Escorted From Whalum's Church

    In what they said was an effort to learn more about mayoral candidate Kenneth Whalum, Yas Meen and Monique Stevens visited the reverend's New Olivet Baptist Church Sunday morning. But they claim the experience resulted in verbal attacks and expulsion from the church.

    Bianca Phillips has more.

  • Literacy Looks
  • Literacy Looks

    The Style Sessions team hit up the Memphis Literacy Council's Taste of Cooper-Young last week. The food was great, and the fashion was, too.

    For a sample of local style, click here.

  • 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

    Call me a crazy optimist, but I think Herenton may have finally stepped off the curb this time. I don't think he can win back the mayor's office. He doesn't look like a tough man of the streets anymore. He looks like an unstable nut ...

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