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Chef Conrad Phillips Is Carving a Niche at Caritas

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The Return of Old Zinnie’s

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Black Flag: Seminal Punk Group Hits Memphis

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Video: Bus Rider Discusses Transit Funding, Challenges, and More

Video: Bus Rider Discusses Transit Funding, Challenges, and More

The Flyer caught up with Justin Davis, secretary of the Memphis Bus Riders’ Union (MBRU), this week to learn more about the union’s work and the transit issues it strives to address.

‘Watching With Them’

Maria spent six hours on Saturday training a few dozen volunteers who will soon be the eyes and ears monitoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity in the community.

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Sports

Grizzlies Hold Off Cleveland for Seventh Straight Victory

Grizzlies Hold Off Cleveland for Seventh Straight Victory

The Memphis Grizzlies knocked off the Cleveland Cavaliers 113–109 on Friday night at FedExForum to extend their winning streak to seven straight games.

Grizzlies' Mid-Season Check-up

At the beginning of the season, absolutely no one predicted the Memphis Grizzlies would be in playoff consideration.

#22 Tigers 60, Cincinnati 49

In the Penny Hardaway Story, Bearcats are villains.

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Music

Black Flag: Seminal Punk Group Hits Memphis

Black Flag: Seminal Punk Group Hits Memphis

Outside of legendary founding guitarist Greg Ginn, Black Flag has been the metaphorical axe of hardcore punk over the last five decades.

Across the Borderline: Gaby Moreno at the Buckman

Music crosses borders more easily than bodies do.

Memphis Tourism Rolls Out New Music Hub Website

Memphis is a music city's music city, as people who live here know very well.

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Politics

MATA On Hold; Bloomberg Garners Local Support

MATA On Hold; Bloomberg Garners Local Support

Needing nine votes from the Shelby County Commission to save his $20 wheel tax increase to provide for $10 million worth of county funding for MATA (Memphis Area Transit Authority), Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris decided on Monday that discretion was the better part of valor.

Bloomberg Gets Key Boosts from Local Political Figures

Ex-New York Mayor gets outright endorsement of Mayor Strickland and Councilman Warren, and wins praise from U.S. Rep. Cohen for his willingness to assist other Democratic candidates.

County Mayor Harris Asserts 30-Day Goal for Passage of MATA Funding Proposal

Vows to continue speaking out for MATA proposal and Shelby County as haven for refugees, "not issues that win you a lot of, you know, big business donors per se, but they are issues that matter nonetheless"

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Food & Drink

Chef Conrad Phillips Is Carving a Niche at Caritas

Chef Conrad Phillips Is Carving a Niche at Caritas

Conrad Phillips began cooking at 4 years old.

The Return of Old Zinnie’s

Memphis has a terrible habit of waiting until it is just too late to do anything about our monuments and storied buildings.

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Opinion

As Iowa Goes ... Why We Need to Rethink the Primary System

As Iowa Goes ... Why We Need to Rethink the Primary System

With the confetti swept and the holiday credit card statements sent for payment, it's time to dive into what promises to be a well-fought and civil presidential election season.

Immigration: The Local Angle

One of the core tenets of journalism is to "find the local angle" for a national or international story.

2020 Resolutions: It Doesn't Matter What Month You Start

In January 2019, I started writing in a red spiral notebook.

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Film/TV

You Have 20 Seconds To Comply With RoboCop at the Time Warp Drive-In

You Have 20 Seconds To Comply With RoboCop at the Time Warp Drive-In

If there's one thing that science fiction has been warning us about for a century, it's giving robots guns.

1917

Director Sam Mendes’ 1917 is a one-shot wonder.

Music Video Monday: PreauXX and C MaJor

Music Video Monday is hanging out.

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As Iowa Goes ... Why We Need to Rethink the Primary System

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