Letter from the Editor 

Memphis needs to do something about its dirty harbor.

At one time or another, you've probably heard that old garage-rock classic "Dirty Water," by the Standells. It was about the band's love of their hometown of Boston and the "River Charles." It ended like this: "Well, I love that dirty water…

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