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Western Kentucky 75, Tigers 69

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Dispute Over Election Machines Remains Unsettled

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Tigers 73, Saint Mary's 56

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Farewell to the “Risk-Takers”

Food & Wine

Sink Your Teeth into Bluff City Toffee

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The Scruffs: Rare Seventies Tracks See Light of Day

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Give Memphis! Great Local Gift Ideas for the Holidays

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COVID-19 Coverage

Total COVID-19 Cases Surpass 46,000 in Shelby County

Total COVID-19 Cases Surpass 46,000 in Shelby County

New virus case numbers rose by 258 over the last 24 hours.

New Virus Cases Rise by 377

New virus case numbers rose by 377 over the last 24 hours.

Fall Surge Continues with 407 New Cases

New virus case numbers rose by 407 over the last 24 hours.

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News

Total COVID-19 Cases Surpass 46,000 in Shelby County

Total COVID-19 Cases Surpass 46,000 in Shelby County

New virus case numbers rose by 258 over the last 24 hours.

Give Memphis! Great Local Gift Ideas for the Holidays

If 2020 has proven anything, it's that we need to come together to support our community — the health, happiness, and longevity of our fellow Memphians count on it now more than ever.

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Sports

Western Kentucky 75, Tigers 69

Western Kentucky 75, Tigers 69

Playing their second game in 24 hours, the Tigers came up short in the semifinals of the Crossover Classic Thursday afternoon in Sioux Falls.

Tigers 73, Saint Mary's 56

Boogie Ellis hit all six of his three-point attempts — including a buzzer-beating bank shot from just inside the half-court line to end the first half — to lead the Tigers to a season-opening win over Saint Mary's in the quarterfinals of the Crossover Classic in Sioux Falls.

2020-21 Tiger Hoops Preview

If you want to make God laugh, tell Him your plans.

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Music

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, November 26-December 2

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, November 26-December 2

Folks are wisely laying low in this time of thanksgiving, but a few stalwart players are keeping the music flowing.

The Scruffs: Rare Seventies Tracks See Light of Day

So many Memphis musicians have experienced the "Big in Japan" syndrome, though many would need to insert "Europe," instead.

Advice from Midnight Sound Services: How to Tame a Hedonist

Years ago, the drummer in a band I used to play in brought over his homemade “Dreamachine,” a low-budget stroboscopic “flicker device” that can induce a sort of hypnogogic state.

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Politics

Dispute Over Election Machines Remains Unsettled

Dispute Over Election Machines Remains Unsettled

Questions arise over purchase of ES&S equipment for Collierville runoff, failure to offer paper-ballot option.

Kudos to Lamar

In March 1995, I had multiple media obligations, one of which was that of regional correspondent for Time magazine.

Election Commission “End-Run”: Phillips Announces Purchase of ES&S Machines for Collierville Election

It may be too late in the election year for an October surprise (i.e., some unexpected development that stands the pending political situation on its head), but the calendar clearly allows for a November surprise, and, courtesy of the Shelby County Election Commission, we have one.

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Food & Drink

Sink Your Teeth into Bluff City Toffee

Sink Your Teeth into Bluff City Toffee

Stephanie Upshaw's sweet tooth led to a business she could sink her teeth into.

Alex Grisanti Slated to Open Fine Dining Side of Elfo's in Southaven Mid-December

The fine dining room of Elfo Grisanti’s Northern Italian Cuisine — Alex Grisanti’s new restaurant in Southaven — is slated to open in mid December.

Earnestine & Hazel's Up For Sale

Earnestine & Hazel's is up for sale, according to its current owner.

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Opinion

Farewell to the “Risk-Takers”

Farewell to the “Risk-Takers”

The big, bald, white guy standing in line at Midtown Home Depot is laughing loudly, sharing a joke with a couple of co-workers, or maybe employees.

Remembering Tommy Pacello

It was a beautiful fall day.

The Circle Game

As I predicted would be the case last week, we still don't have a concession from President Donald Trump, who by the Associated Press' most recent accounting, lost the popular vote by more than 5 million and will lose the Electoral College vote 306 to 232.

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Film/TV

Between the World and Me

Between the World and Me

Since Kenneth Arnold saw mysterious objects in the skies over Mt. Rainier Washington in 1947, people have been scanning the horizon for UFOs.

Music Video Monday Blvck Hippie

Music Video Monday is a family affair.

Experience the Special Effects Genius of Ray Harryhausen at the Time Warp Drive-In

The special effects extravaganzas that have dominated big-budget moviemaking over the last few decades could never have existed without Ray Harryhausen.

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Reader Comments

Dispute Over Election Machines Remains Unsettled

d-tenn: It is very surprising to me that Bennie Smith was able to influence the County Commission to renege on their »

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Election Commission “End-Run”: Phillips Announces Purchase of ES&S Machines for Collierville Election

d-tenn: TN law requires voting machines to be locked up and secured until an election is completely closed out.After the huge »

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New Virus Cases Rise by 377

CL Mullins: The dismissal of deaths as only occurring in the old and sick is quite the ass bite for the boomers »

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Wrong Turn: A Minor Traffic Violation Becomes a Nightmare

CL Mullins: I imagine that there is no quick fix that wouldn't land American society in turmoil. Are we prepared to go »

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