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Trolleys Return to the Tracks for Testing

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Jessi Zazu: In Memoriam

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Deflections: The Roster, TV Angst, and The Buy/Sell Clause

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Fridays, 6-9 p.m. @ Memphis Park (Fourth Bluff)

Themed outdoor dance parties featuring illuminated dance floor, food vendors on site, and beer and wine available with a valid ID.

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Thursdays-Saturdays, 8 p.m. and Sundays, 2 p.m. Continues through Oct. 8 @ Playhouse on the Square

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Supreme Court Steps In on Fayette Church Matter

Supreme Court Steps In on Fayette Church Matter

A Tennessee Supreme Court ruling Thursday will help determine who should be the pastor of a Fayette County church.

Task Force Considers Medical Cannabis

• The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) isn’t the only god out there.

Trolleys Return to the Tracks for Testing

Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) has begun testing its steel-wheel trolleys on Main in preparation for their full return and operation in the coming months.

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Sports

Deflections: The Roster, TV Angst, and The Buy/Sell Clause

Deflections: The Roster, TV Angst, and The Buy/Sell Clause

The season technically starts next week, kiddos, but we've got a lot to talk about already, and most of it only contributes to Grizzlies fans' long-running overuse of antacids.

Three Thoughts on Tiger Football

• A nationally televised college football game is a recruiting tool.

Memphis Redbirds: 2017 PCL Champions

Those of us who watch (and write about) sports more than regularly do so with the hope of, now and then, witnessing something that has not been seen before.

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Music

Jessi Zazu: In Memoriam

Jessi Zazu: In Memoriam

Last week, Jessi Zazu Darlin passed away after battling cancer.

Linda Heck: Bound to ExCITM tonight

Tonight marks the unleashing of a project that has been years in the making, with scores of Memphis players.

Honoring the legendary Beatles/Arkansas connection

In September of 1964, the Beatles were busy conquering America.

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Politics

Byrd and Flinn Looking to County Mayor’s Race?

Byrd and Flinn Looking to County Mayor’s Race?

While GOP mayoral candidates spar, surprise possibilities lurk on the Democratic side, with several big party names thinking hard about running.

Shelby County Commission, Mayor, Support Relocating Confederate Statues

Like Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and the Memphis City Council, the chief officials of Shelby County government lent the weight of their authority on Monday to the current effort to relocate the controversial downtown statues of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and rebel cavalry commander Nathan Bedford Forrest.

Another Big Shoe Drops with Lane's Entry in Sheriff's Race

County Homeland Security director holds kickoff rally in Millington; considered major contender for GOP nomination, gets endorsement from County Mayor Luttrell.

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Bitter Memories: Random Thoughts About ESBs.

Bitter Memories: Random Thoughts About ESBs.

I was 17 the first time I had my first really interesting beer.

Kathryn Perry is the Pie Lady

Kathryn Perry made her first pie from a recipe in her fourth-grade arithmetic book.

The Return of BreakFest

BreakFest, the festival dedicated to all things breakfast, returns this Saturday, September 23d, with some significant changes.

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Opinion

Tigers, Redbirds, Trump, Porn, and Co-Yo

Tigers, Redbirds, Trump, Porn, and Co-Yo

What a week it was.

Fighting the Stigma of Depression

I want to take this opportunity to talk about something that's not often discussed.

Moving the Brooks Museum: Public Deserves More Information

The board of trustees of Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and the institution's director, Emily Ballew Neff, surprised the city and the museum's patrons by announcing recently that it would not be averse to leaving its century-old home in Overton Park, where expansion would be difficult.

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Unreal Film Festival 2017

Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Festival Invades Studio On The Square.

The Vietnam War

If you make documentaries in the 21st century, Ken Burns is inescapable.

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Moving the Brooks Museum: Public Deserves More Information

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A Memory of Charles Billings

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