Doing It Up Brown 

As emcee, the former TV judge adds some shock content to the Shelby Democrats’ inaugural roast event for former Mayor Herenton.

Saturday night's "roast" of former Mayor Willie Herenton at Colonial Country Club, a fund-raising affair of the Shelby County Democratic Party, was highlighted by many things, including a caustic comic monologue by former city councilman Brent Taylor and the culminating appearance of…

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