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  • Mar 25-31, 2010
  • Vol. 1, No. 1100

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  • Blame It On Crump?

    In the last month or so, three people that I consider well-informed and responsible types have suggested that I look into the fire department, which has 57 stations and accounts for 25 percent of the operating budget.

    So what does that have to do with Edward Hull "Boss" Crump who died in 1954? Find out in City Beat.

  • Alex Chilton Memorial Tuesday

    Alex Chilton, the Memphis-bred leader of classic bands the Box Tops and Big Star who died March 17th, was cremated yesterday in his adopted home of New Orleans. Memphians will get their chance to pay tribute Tuesday, March 30th, when a public memorial organized by family and friends will be held at Minglewood Hall.

    Read more at Sing All Kinds

  • Drug Deal

    Local politicians sponsor bill to ban the possession of pot and cocaine substitutes.

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  • Letter From the Editor

    So, Congress passed a health-care bill. Depending on who you believe, it was either a resounding victory for the long-oppressed American people or a socialist disaster that will bankrupt the country and take away all our freedoms ...

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