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  • Oct 19-26, 2005
  • Vol. 1, No. 869


  • Reel Life
  • Cover Feature
  • Reel Life

    The Indie Memphis Film Festival returns with another dose of Southern soul.
  • News Feature

    Bush nominee gives up quest as nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. (including texts and responses)



  • City Beat
  • A Dam Shame

    The dam was damned from the start. So how did it survive so long?
  • The Rant
  • The Rant

    Okay, truce. No thoughts or jokes about GWB this week, other than to say that I thoroughly enjoyed his video conference with the soldiers in Iraq, or was that a Saturday Night Live skit? Man. All that was missing was the plastic turkey. No, I want to convey a message about someone much more important than Bush is, was, or ever will be. Someone named Jeff. A single name, like Cher, Madonna, Prince, Di, Fabio, Gilligan, Mongo (at least before he became a prince and a king and a saint, or whatever; I just thank God he can still pull in the amount of votes he does when running for mayor of Memphis). READ MORE
  • Letter From The Editor

    By the time you read this, all hell may have broken loose in the long-festering scandal known variously as Rovegate, Plamegate, or Judygate ...


  • Music Features
  • Perfect Match

    Songwriting legends Isaac Hayes and David Porter come together (again) for two big events.



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