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Active Virus Cases Fall Back Below 1,600

Active Virus Cases Fall Back Below 1,600

New virus case numbers rose by 78 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 31,540.

Virus Surge Pushed to March, Can Be Avoided

Virus trends here are headed in a “positive direction,” according to officials with the Shelby County Health Department (SCHD), and they now calculate a virus surge — if one comes at all — would arrive in March 2021.

Virus Numbers Soften, No New Deaths Reported

New virus case numbers rose by 71 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 31,462.

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Active Virus Cases Fall Back Below 1,600

Active Virus Cases Fall Back Below 1,600

New virus case numbers rose by 78 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 31,540.

Street Improvements Aim for “Better Jefferson"

A two-mile stretch of Jefferson is targeted for a $4.2 million makeover to help increase transportation options in the heart of Memphis.

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William Luke White's Triumphant Return to Music

William Luke White's Triumphant Return to Music

Whether you knew it or not, Luke White has probably been a fixture in some of your favorite Memphis bands. He's played integral roles in Snowglobe, The Pirates, Spiral Stairs (Pavement's Scott Kannberg), Colour Revolt, James and the Ultrasounds, Clay Otis, Jeffery James and the Haul, The Coach and Four, Sons of Mudboy, Harlan T. Bobo and Rob Junklas, among others.

Dirty Streets Live Platter Takes You Back to Pounding ’70s Riffs

Don't sleep on the Streets!

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, September 24-30

This weekend brings a veritable explosion of live-stream options, including the 17th annual Gonerfest.

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Impressions of Amy Coney Barrett by Former Rhodes Classmates

Impressions of Amy Coney Barrett by Former Rhodes Classmates

So we stand at Armageddon, doing battle for the Lord, do we?

County Commission to Look At Voting-Machine Costs

UPDATE. Numbers indicate numerous add-on expenses from administrator to 3 companies' voting-machine companies' original bids.(Commissioner Brent Taylor explains the costs are for accessories.)

"Live-Ins" Eligible for Medically Related Absentee Ballots, Judge Says

Chancellor Lyle of Nashville elaborates on earlier ruling, insisting that state provide proper notice of the inclusion to Tennessee voters.

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Chef Keun Anderson is “The Big Guy”

Chef Keun Anderson is “The Big Guy”

The Big Guy" was the perfect name for chef Keun Anderson's culinary side business.

Ghost River Brings Iconic Logo Back to Life

Ghost River Brewing Co. has "gone back to our roots!"

Crusonia on the Delta Celebrates Memphis’ Agricultural Innovation

Curious how healthy food gets to your table?

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Shelby County Schools: You’re Doing It Wrong

It is a few weeks into this very different school year, and I have a message for Shelby County Schools: You are asking too much.

Minority Rule: Want Real Majority Leadership? Vote!

Imagine living in a country where a minority group that comprised a mere 6 percent of the population was in complete control.

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The OGs: Chris Rock Shines in Fargo’s Brilliant Season 4

The OGs: Chris Rock Shines in Fargo’s Brilliant Season 4

America is the great melting pot.

Music Video Monday: Bruce Newman

Music Video Monday is on the march!

From Lynne Sachs to The Wiz: Indie Memphis Announces 2020 Line Up

In a virtual version of its traditional preview party, Indie Memphis announced the lineup for its 23rd annual film festival.

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