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McKesson to Pay $1.6M to Correct Pay, Benefits Infractions

McKesson to Pay $1.6M to Correct Pay, Benefits Infractions

A drug distributor with facilities in Memphis will pay more than $1 million to employees after the company discovered it was not paying the mandated prevailing wage and reported itself to federal authorities, according to the U.S. Department of Labor

Lawmakers Hit, Missed, Delayed Bills on Open Government This Year

Several bills before the Tennessee General Assembly were aimed at government transparency this year.

Memphis Doctors, Nurses Charged With Illegally Distributing Opioids

Five Memphis medical professionals were indicted Thursday for illegally distributing opioid prescriptions to patients — in one case in return for sexual favors.

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Sports

The Memphis Grizzlies: Stability Matters

The Memphis Grizzlies: Stability Matters

Remember when Memphis Tiger basketball seemed to have lost its way?

Grizzlies' Irregular Season Ends In The Most Grizzlies Way Possible

I was able to attend the Memphis Grizzlies end of season media availability on Thursday morning.

An Eventful Road Trip Comes to an End for 901 FC

I remain bitter about the call.

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Music

The Tambourine Bash: Showing Music Export Memphis Some Love

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Ah, the embarrassment of riches in a music city like Memphis.

Pickin’ a Fight: Sam Bush Has Something On His Mind

In a perfect world, one can easily imagine "Stop the Violence" becoming country radio's latest summer hit.

Benefits For Local Music Heroes In Need

The talents of musical geniuses among us are deeply felt by Memphians, but it's rare that such talent can win you health insurance.

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Politics

Strickland Leads Mayoral Fund-raising Race; TN Lege Rushes to Close

The four declared candidates for Memphis mayor all released their first-quarter financial disclosures last week, and there was no surprise on the matter of who topped the list — that was incumbent Mayor Jim Strickland, who began the period with a whopping balance on hand of $757,497.96 and would get his total up to $779,916.87 by the end of the reporting period on March 31st.

Democratic Litigants File Grievance to Nullify Chairmanship Election

Object is to force new vote on grounds that declared winner of election, Michael Harris, fell short of the vote total he needed.

Tennessee House Speaker's Free-Trip Offer to Israel

Speaker Glen Casada is inviting legislators to join him in September on a $2500-a-head junket to express a joint resolution of support for that nation. Who pays? And for what? (WITH NEW INFORMATION)

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Food & Drink

The Colorful Mi Tierra

The Colorful Mi Tierra

Imagine a whimsical wonderland of sombreros vueltiaos, artificial flowers, and empanadas right near the Memphis-Bartlett border, a true "beach within reach," a wild place of music, décor, and margaritas to which words can't do justice.

The Ins and Outs of Margaritas

Folks.

Mama Gaia Ballet Memphis Location To Close

It was announced today that Mama Gaia, an all-organic vegetarian restaurant, will close its Ballet Memphis location at the end of April.

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Opinion

Taxing and Spending

Taxing and Spending

So April 15th has come and gone.

Lost in the Weeds: Tennessee Just Says No

A bill that would have allowed medical marijuana in certain forms was abandoned last week by Tennessee lawmakers.

Hot Tubs and Elvis

According to a story in The Wall Street Journal this week, the Memphis City Council "will vote to complete new tax breaks for Graceland to fund a $100 million expansion, a peace offering in a nearly two-year war that included threats of Elvis's estate leaving his adopted hometown."

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John Hughes Big 80s Films At The Time Warp Drive-In

John Hughes Big 80s Films At The Time Warp Drive-In

Time Warp Drive-In organizer Matt Martin says the most requested theme in the six-year history of the monthly retro movie night has always been the teen '80s movies of John Hughes. Saturday night, April 20th at the Malco Summer Drive-In, Time Warpers will get their wish.

Missing Link

The latest from Laika is a stop-motion wonder with a kind heart

Music Video Monday: Grace Askew

Jump into the workweek with Music Video Monday!

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