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Re: “Shelby County Commission, Mayor, Support Relocating Confederate Statues

MS Muska if your love of country and family is as firm as your grasp of history I expect to see y'all on a reality show in no time.

Posted by crackoamerican on 09/23/2017 at 6:38 PM

Re: “Shelby County Commission, Mayor, Support Relocating Confederate Statues

County mayor Mark Luttrell as lover of history, quote:

I was born in Jackson, TN, but grew up in Bells. We had a big garden, raised chickens, and ate three hot meals a day. We belonged to the Baptist church, and we lived right next door to our preacher and his wife, a true gentleman and lady from the old Southern school. From as early as I can remember, I've always had a very passionate interest in history. I went after what I loved and majored in history and political science. One thing that did stick with me was a deep appreciation for the historical foundation of our country and of my family, and I carry that passion to this day. I'm quickest to anger when I see intolerance, when people don't take the time to see both sides of an issue and insist on making decisions or forming opinions without the facts.

County mayor Mark Luttrell as RINO & budding Socialist, quote:

I support the citys position. This is an issue you should address. This will show strength!

Posted by Becky Muska on 09/23/2017 at 6:08 PM

Re: “Memphis: America's Fattest City

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Posted by Victory Dave on 09/23/2017 at 5:29 PM

Re: “Kathryn Perry is the Pie Lady

That's my mom she really loves to bake as much as we love to eat. I love you my mother.

Posted by Felicia Ingram on 09/23/2017 at 5:01 PM

Re: “"It seems shallow, but there's much more to this hole than what meets the eye."

Since I'm first, I'll ask it: Is there a limit to the depth to which WREG will stoop to sensationalize a story? Is it 5-foot-4 or is it deeper? Find out at 10.

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Posted by barfolomew on 09/22/2017 at 5:35 PM

Re: “Trolleys Return to the Tracks for Testing

No contact with any of the poles on Main? Geez. Well, somebody better warn Janis Fullilove.

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Posted by barfolomew on 09/22/2017 at 5:28 PM

Re: “Great performances define 12 Angry Jurors, Years to the Day.

sounds interesting in a current way . This play sounds like the script writer put time into writing it and didn't just want to get it done

Posted by sharleen birkimer on 09/22/2017 at 5:16 PM

Re: “Muhammad Ali Meets Stepin Fetchit at The Hattiloo Theatre

My thoughts the first time I saw it, the acting by the characters was okay but there was at least one standout. the young lady that played sonji clay. Her name was Jessica Young Stewart. Her portrayal of sonji clay was very believable. When the show hit it's low point her character bought life to the play. outstanding job.

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Posted by puncho powell on 09/22/2017 at 5:08 PM

Re: “Memphis: America's Fattest City

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Posted by Celina Jolly on 09/22/2017 at 4:09 PM

Re: “Trolleys Return to the Tracks for Testing

Smitty1961. Hmm sounds a little dangerous. Maybe we can have the trolleys pulled by packs of rabid raccoons.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 09/22/2017 at 3:07 PM

Re: “Suit Targets 'Destructive' Drivers License Policy

Or, now this is a stretch here Rich, obeying traffic laws, not endangering all the communities of color by driving like a drunken frat boy.
And maybe we can also hear some traffic court alternatives.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 09/22/2017 at 3:05 PM

Re: “A Memory of Charles Billings

Charles played Georg VonTrap in the first play I was ever cast in at Theatre Memphis. I was 8 and played his daughter, Marta. I will never forget how kind he was to all of the children in that production (there were a lot!) and how much he taught us all. He was passionate about theatre and inspired each of us. He will be missed.

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Posted by Jordan Marshall Wonsmos on 09/22/2017 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Trolleys Return to the Tracks for Testing

Well that last paragraph instilled me with a warm feeling...

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Posted by Smitty1961 on 09/22/2017 at 2:02 PM

Re: “Suit Targets 'Destructive' Drivers License Policy

The other way? Why, being white of course! Go get 'em, Josh!

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Posted by Rich on 09/22/2017 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Suit Targets 'Destructive' Drivers License Policy

Now let's see what was the other way of avoiding traffic fines....

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Posted by CL Mullins on 09/22/2017 at 11:12 AM

Re: “A Memory of Charles Billings

Charles had a great voice and used it wonderfully well. Years ago he would came and sing for certain services at the church I attend in Memphis. His presence and his voice and his talent made those events seem all the more special. May he henceforth sing with a choir of angels!

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Posted by David Adams on 09/22/2017 at 7:23 AM

Re: “Moving the Brooks Museum: Public Deserves More Information

"...announcing recently that it would not be averse to leaving its century-old home in Overton Park..."

"The sudden announcement that the Brooks would like to move..."

Am I the only one that believes that those two statements are nothing close to one another?

Certainly the statement by the Brooks board is intriguing. And yes the location in Overton Park is beautiful and appropriate.

But, it also seems that the Brooks board is being deliberate and plans to study options rather than making rash judgments. I suspect that the public will learn a great deal more as the board continues it's evaluations.

Enough with the knee-jerk, the sky is falling protestations.

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Posted by John Montgomery on 09/22/2017 at 12:54 AM

Re: “Moving the Brooks Museum: Public Deserves More Information

"As part of that work, the Brooks Board of Directors recently passed a resolution that adds the option of relocation, outside Overton Park, to our current list of building options for expansion."

Full disclosure, I'm not a museum whisperer or anything like that, so I could be missing something entirely, but what I gather from the Brook's widely disseminated communication last week is that the Brooks has some longstanding issues with its physical plant and it aims to do something, after many years of false starts, about these issues.

And that doing something may or may not result in a departure from the problematic and costly current facility. Isn't this precisely what the museum's Board of Directors is charged with?

Sounds like they are being responsible stewards. So, for the news organs in the community who've generated more than a few copy inches on this topic, tending, by my read, to draw the conclusion that a move is a fait accompli, I ask: ARE YOU being responsible?

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Posted by Mark Parker on 09/21/2017 at 11:53 PM

Re: “Fighting the Stigma of Depression

Wonderfully written, Maya. I'm such a fan.

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Posted by Deamonte on 09/21/2017 at 6:42 PM

Re: “A Memory of Charles Billings

Charles sang at our services in northeast Mississippi. We were honored that he offered this to a smaller church that we'd served as a gift. His voice connected with everyone.

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Posted by Will Berger on 09/21/2017 at 6:34 PM

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