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US Attorney: Memphis Arrests Fulfill Trump Priorities

US Attorney: Memphis Arrests Fulfill Trump Priorities

Indictments were handed down Wednesday for 20 undocumented workers arrested late last month, a move that advances the priorities of the Trump Adminstration, a local leader said.

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Eight games into his first season with the Tigers, it was easy to forget that Kareem Brewton was a juco All-America last season.

Heat 107, Grizzlies 82: One Thought

Last night's game between the Grizzlies and Heat was a close one until the fourth quarter, when things really got out of hand.

1997-2017: Twenty Years of Memphis Sports

December is a month for reflection.

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Music

Acoustic Sunday with Tom Paxton, Three Women and the Truth

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Folk music icon and 2009 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Tom Paxton says he doesn't mean to preach.

Europa My Mirror: Quintron’s Tales From the Road

Quintron, arguably the best one-name performer since Prince or Cher, is no stranger to Memphis.

Rock Against Racism Rises Again

For those who came of age in the first blush of punk rock, before it was codified into a “sound,” the movement known as “Rock Against Racism” was a clarion call of the new aesthetic.

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Politics

Good Tidings for Strickland

Good Tidings for Strickland

Next year’s elections won’t involve the mayor, but a consultant is already floating some optimistic numbers on his behalf.

Harold Ford Jr. Latest Figure Cited for Sexual Harassment

Former Memphis congressman, once considered a good bet for higher office and of late still prominent on the national political scene, loses executive position at Wall St. firm of Morgan Stanley in wake of woman's accusations, which he denies.

Bredesen Enters U.S. Senate Race

The former Governor, last Democrat to win a major statewide race in Tennessee, brings name recognition and the likelihood of serious support into a political arena dominated since his tenure by Republicans,

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Wassail! A Christmas Tradition Worth Preserving.

Wassail! A Christmas Tradition Worth Preserving.

It's one of those old Christmas traditions that nearly everyone has heard of, many have plans to execute, but few ever pull the trigger on.

Armando Gagliano’s path to becoming a chef

Armando Gagliano's mother blindfolded him when he was five or six years old, but it wasn't to play Blind Man's Seek.

New Central BBQ to open

Central BBQ is slated to open its newest location at 6201 Poplar in late spring 2018.

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Opinion

Waiting for the Test to Come

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If you watched only Fox News and listened only to President Donald Trump, you would probably be convinced by now that special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of federal investigators are crooked partisans, hellbent on maliciously destroying the president and his administration.

Equally Educated?

Richland, a 67 percent white and 18 percent black elementary school that sits in the third-most affluent neighborhood in Memphis, is getting a $4 million renovation.

Help From Abroad on Climate Change

While Trump is spurning world opinion on climate change, the French have come to the rescue with — wait for it — "Make Our Planet Great Again!"

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Pale Shadows

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I was a huge Woody Allen fan for years but haven't watched his movies since Dylan Farrow published her letter detailing memories of abuse.

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The Disaster Artist

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