• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 18-24, 2010
  • Vol. 1, No. 1134


  • Harrah's "Hope Lodge" to Open Today

    There will be a ribbon-cutting today for the grand opening of the American Cancer Society's Harrah's Hope Lodge at 718 Union avenue. The facility will provide free lodging for cancer patients in long-term treatment in Memphis ...
  • UAB Beats Memphis, 31-15

    UAB broke to an early lead and never lost it in beating the hapless Memphis Tigers Saturday, 31-15. UAB led 24-9 at halftime. The Tigers closed the gap to 24-15 in the third quarter, but UAB put the game away with a fourth-quarter touchdown that ended the scoring.


  • Ancient History?

    A lawsuit to thwart the demolition of a Midtown church cites 1912 property transfer.
  • Under the Bridge

    Part of the Shelby Farms Greenline will be closed temporarily while the Tennessee Department of Transportation replaces a Memphis bridge

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  • Letter from the Editor

    Senior editor John Branston and I were discussing this week's cover story in my office last week. As we looked over the artist's renderings of the proposed Bass Pro plans for the Pyramid, we marveled at the ambitious three-level layout, with its gator- and gar-filled swamp, underwater walkways, aviary, kayak run, snake pit, boat dock, tons of retail space for clothes, hunting and fishing supplies, and outdoor gear, and all the other gee-whiz features ...

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