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New Contract Approved for MSO Musicians

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Yale Beats Maravich!

Tiger Blue

NIT: Tigers 74, San Diego 60


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The Wives of the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike

The Wives of the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike

Thu., March 21, 5:30-8 p.m. @ University of Memphis

Speaking event featuring first-hand stories of courage and survival from the women of the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike.

Communities in Conversation with Barbara J. King

Thu., March 21, 6 p.m. @ Rhodes College

Author discusses her book Personalities on the Plate: The Lives and Minds of Animals We Eat, about the ethical implications of meat consumption.

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Report: Incentives Have Helped Tennessee Film Industry Grow

State officials have given film companies $69.1 million in reimbursements or rebates for 68 production projects in Tennessee since 2007, according to a recent report, a move that has yielded $73.2 million in new tax revenues.

Taking the Heat: National Story Sparks Improved Conditions for Warehouse Workers

When XPO Logistics announced in February that one of its Memphis warehouses would be closing this spring, 400 employees faced the possibility of a jobless future.

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Yale Beats Maravich!

Yale Beats Maravich!

When the Ivy League-champion Yale Bulldogs tip off against LSU Thursday in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, the game will be merely one of 16 that day for millions of Americans highlighting their winning picks in this year's bracket.

NIT: Tigers 74, San Diego 60

Don't tell a team with no postseason experience that the NIT is a disappointment.

Can It Be That It Was All So Simple Then?

The Memphis Grizzlies have found themselves in a strange place — where their wins and loses are suffering from an identity crisis.

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New Contract Approved for MSO Musicians

New Contract Approved for MSO Musicians

The musicians of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra approved a three-year contract this week that includes modest increases in salary and adds some weeks to the schedule.

No Waiting: The World Rediscovers Van Duren

"At last, all of a sudden, we stumbled into this thing.

Tracks With Memphis Roots Added to National Recording Registry

Score another one for the hometown team, as Memphis-related recordings are again added to the Library of Congress' (LOC) National Recording Registry.

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Clerb May Get a Legislative Windfall; “Bathroom Bill” Redux

Clerb May Get a Legislative Windfall; “Bathroom Bill” Redux

NASHVILLE — That old saying about ill winds blowing somebody some good applies to the version of the community oversight bill passed on Monday night by the Tennessee Senate.

Mulroy to Read from New Book on Election Reform

Event is at Novel Bookstore at 6 on Tuesday. One of the issues covered is the recently (and still) controversial method of instant runoff voting (IRV).

Tennessee General Assembly Honors John Kilzer

In the week's last legislative act, the state House of Representtives acts on a resolution by Rep. Bo Mitchell (D-Nashville).

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Food & Drink

Patrick’s: a perfect little gem of a watering hole.

Patrick’s: a perfect little gem of a watering hole.

Patrick's Neighborhood Bar & Patio has been a staple of the East Memphis bar and restaurant scene for over 25 years.

Best Bets: Irish Vegetable Soup at Celtic Crossing.

The only non-Irish thing about the Irish vegetable soup at Celtic Crossing Irish Pub is the color.

Grind-N-Shine: Ghost River Brewing’s New Eye-Opener

Ghost River Brewing has always produced great beers that are exemplars of a certain style.

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Trump’s Lost Weekend

Trump’s Lost Weekend

Imagine being the head of Fox News and realizing every day when you wake up that you, Rupert Murdoch, are the most powerful man on earth, that you set the agenda for the world's greatest super-power — the United States of America.

Walk Smart, Drive Smart

One night, not too long ago, I was merging onto the interstate near Downtown.

The Wolf River Conservancy Preserves Our Water, Wildlife, and Woods

Wolf River Conservancy is a 501(c)3 nationally accredited land trust tasked to preserve and enhance the Wolf River and its watershed as a sustainable natural resource.

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People don’t know how to react to Jordan Peele.

Five Feet Apart

Ask any high school teacher — or, for that matter, any high schooler — and they’ll tell you the surest way to get two teenagers to fall in love is to tell them they can't see each other.

Black Metal Chaos, A Return to the Abyss, and Gregory Peck on Memphis Film Screens This Week

It's a diverse week of offerings on Memphis cinema screens.

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Blue Note Bourbon To Debut

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New Study Looks at Link Between Smoking, HIV Treatments

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Praying on the Right Side of the Brain

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