• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 1-7, 2009
  • Vol. 1, No. 1075


  • Memphis Drubbed Late by UCF, 32-14

    Tommy West and the University of Memphis Tigers' season of woe -- and woeful football -- continued today in Orlando, as the Central Florida Knights outscored UM 29 to 7 in the second half to win 32-14 ...
  • City Attorney Prevented from Working

    Shelby County District Attorney Bill Gibbons announced Tuesday that the D.A.’s office entered into a consent order with Elbert Jefferson in which the Memphis city attorney is prevented from performing the duties of his office ...
  • Peace Out

    The Dalai Lama cracks jokes, talks about the media, and jiggles my lip piercing.
  • Green Room

    U of M students design an environmentally responsible space.
  • Sexual Healing

    County releases sexual assault center study; recommendations include name change, new location, and 20 on-call nurses. Mary Cashiola

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  • Wide Awake

    Memphis-bred, Ardent-connected Christian rockers Skillet return home.




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  • One Last Appeal

    The state Supreme Court should review a flawed judgment against appointing a second Juvenile Court judge.
  • Letter From the Editor

    Last Sunday, a friend and I were driving through Frayser and North Memphis, on our way back to Midtown. We'd paddled around a lake in Shelby Forest and caught a few fish, but mostly the day was about getting out and enjoying the first sunshine in two weeks.

    On North Watkins, we began noticing trash along the roadside ...


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Flyer Flashback

Looking Back at Flyer Story About a "Religious Freedom" Protest in Mississippi.

To celebrate the Flyer's 25th year, we're looking back on stories from past issues.

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