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The Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) annual Corporate Equality Index included four of Memphis’ biggest companies and a law firm.

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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.

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Sports

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Grizzlies Fall to Pelicans 126–116

It has become an annual tradition for the Grizzlies to play at home on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in a nationally broadcast game.

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You could win an NBA championship without a superstar in uniform, but it's not the recommended approach.

The Next Generation Grizzlies Appear to Have Arrived

Much to the surprise of pretty much everyone, this Grizzlies team has done a complete 180 from the team we saw at the start of the season.

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Music

A Spoonful Weighs a Ton: Conrad Tao and Iris Orchestra

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Composer, pianist, violinist, and electronic musician Conrad Tao, 25, is set to travel to Memphis for two performances with Iris Orchestra.

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

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Politics

Pence, in Memphis, Pays Homage to MLK and Touts Trump Accomplishments

Pence, in Memphis, Pays Homage to MLK and Touts Trump Accomplishments

Vice President: "“I’m here to pay a debt of honor and respect," calls for“a day on, not a day off" on MLK Day " by giving back to their communities and coming alongside families in need," cites Trump efforts.

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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.

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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

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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.

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

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