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Tigers 109, Yale 102 (2 OT)

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Tigers 28, SMU 18

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Grizzlies Defeat Kings 112-104

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Zopita's on the Square to open Nov. 19

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Little Italy Opening Downtown

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Seven Vie for Vacant District 1 Council Seat

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Group of White Women Test Mall’s No Hoodie Policy

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"Origami in the Garden"

"Origami in the Garden"

Through March 24, 2019 @ Memphis Botanic Garden

Exhibition of 24 museum-quality outdoor sculptures depicting origami-inspired works crafted by artists Kevin Box, Te Jui Fu, Beth Johnson, Michael G. LaFosse, and Robert Lang.

Memphis Potters' Guild Holiday Show and Sale

Sun., Nov. 18, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. @ St. Anne Catholic School

Features work by local artists, in porcelain, stoneware and earthenware. The works encompass a broad spectrum of ceramic objects.

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News

Seven Vie for Vacant District 1 Council Seat

Seven Vie for Vacant District 1 Council Seat

Seven candidates interested in filling the vacant Memphis City Council seat left by Bill Morrison submitted applications before the Wednesday deadline.

Group of White Women Test Mall’s No Hoodie Policy

Last week, four white women wearing hoodies said they walked more than a mile in the same mall where — less than a week earlier — four black men were removed for wearing hoodies.

Fly on the Wall 1551

Verbatim

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Sports

Tigers 109, Yale 102 (2 OT)

Tigers 109, Yale 102 (2 OT)

The games go on, as they must.

Tigers 28, SMU 18

The Memphis Tigers and SMU Mustangs put together Friday night football follies in Dallas, and Memphis prevailed.

Grizzlies Defeat Kings 112-104

If you watched Friday night's home game against the Sacramento Kings, you know the first quarter was the Jaren Jackson show.

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Music

Zuider Zee

Zuider Zee

As I speak with the songwriter on the other end of the phone, it's a bit difficult to believe that he's from Lafayette, Louisiana: His accent is colored with the rounded tones of the English midlands.

Huge Lineup Of Memphis Musicians Come Together To Benefit Saxophone Legend Dr. Herman Green

Octogenarian saxophone legend Dr. Herman Green is one of Memphis' most loved and respected musicians.

Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridges, and Lucy Dacus: boygenius

Julien Baker, the Memphis-bred phenomenon behind 2015's Sprained Ankle and 2017's Turn Out the Lights, is touring in support of a new project with fellow indie-rock sensations Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus.

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Politics

Post-Mortem, Pre-Birth

Post-Mortem, Pre-Birth

A week and more since the election, the dust has settled, as they say. On the surface, the GOP still rules in Tennessee, but the election showed evidence of Democratic revival.

Hundreds Rally to Save Mueller Inquiry

Masses of Memphians brave the cold to sound a warning to Trump after Sessions firing and Whitaker hiring: "Hands off the Russian investigation! Justice will be served!" (with pics by Laura Jean Hocking)

Rally to Safeguard Mueller Investigation

Scenes from Saturday's mass rally at Civic Center Plaza to protest potential tampering by President Trump with special investigator Robert Mueller's inquiry into collusion with Russian sabotage of the 2016 presidential election.

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Food & Drink

Zopita's on the Square to open Nov. 19

Zopita's on the Square to open Nov. 19

Zopita’s on the Square will open at 11 a.m.

Little Italy Opening Downtown

The third Little Italy will open in South Main Downtown sometime in December, according to owner Giovanni Caravello.

The Nine Now Open

The Nine, in the old Bangkok Alley space at 121 Union Downtown, opened November 1st.

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Opinion

What’s Kids in the Hall Co-Founder Kevin McDonald Doing in Memphis?

What’s Kids in the Hall Co-Founder Kevin McDonald Doing in Memphis?

If Monty Python are the Beatles of TV sketch comedy, The Kids in the Hall are Duran Duran.

Shut Up, Phil.

So I'm sitting quietly at my neighborhood bar, nursing a beer, chatting with some of the regulars, when a new guy walks in.

The News From Hell: Keeping Up With DT

Remember Brent Kavanaugh?

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Film/TV

Wildlife

Wildlife

The central motif of Wildlife, the brilliant new film by actor-turned-director Paul Dano, is an all-consuming wildfire.

This Week At The Cinema: Indie Memphis Winners and BTS

Tonight at Studio On The Square, The Ballad of Shirley Collins.

Music Video Monday: Kohinoorgasm

Make it a day at the beach with Music Video Monday.

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Reader Comments

Gordon Ramsay's in Memphis to Save a Restaurant!

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Memphis Greenspace Clears Out Rest of Confederate Memorabilia from Memphis Park

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Gordon Ramsay's in Memphis to Save a Restaurant!

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Gordon Ramsay's in Memphis to Save a Restaurant!

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