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New Virus Cases Rise by 202

New Virus Cases Rise by 202

New virus case numbers rose by 202 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 35,279.

State Releases COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) released its plan Wednesday to distribute COVID-19 vaccines across the state once they are available.

Total Virus Cases Top 35,000 in Shelby County

New virus case numbers rose by 227 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 35,077.

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New Virus Cases Rise by 202

New Virus Cases Rise by 202

New virus case numbers rose by 202 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 35,279.

State Releases COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) released its plan Wednesday to distribute COVID-19 vaccines across the state once they are available.

Total Virus Cases Top 35,000 in Shelby County

New virus case numbers rose by 227 over the last 24 hours, putting the total of all positive cases in Shelby County since March at 35,077.

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Three Thoughts on Tiger Football

Three Thoughts on Tiger Football

• Five minutes into the third quarter of last Saturday's game at the Liberty Bowl, it appeared stories about the event would focus more on what was missing for Memphis — star receiver Damonte Coxie and a pass defense — than anything the Tigers actually did well on the field.

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Pandemic Baseball Day?

Be careful what you wish for in a sports column.

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Music

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, October 22-28

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, October 22-28

One may not often tune in to a live-streamed concert for the setting.

At Grandma’s House

The residency program at Crosstown Arts draws artists in all media to the heart of Midtown every year, and, despite the limitations of the pandemic, it is carrying on this fall, albeit with fewer participants.

Dan Penn’s Latest: Timeless Lyrics Skip Over the Placid Waters of the Soul

Dan Penn knows a bit about suffering and joy.

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Politics

Dumping on DeBerry

Dumping on DeBerry

As a couple of examples clearly indicate, negative politics is not the province of a single political party.

Political Trick-or-Treating

In which House Republicans transform a picture of a Democratic candidate at a Christmas parade into a landscape from hell.

No Rubber Stamp: County Commission Flexes Against Election Commission, Harris

One bottom-line message emerged from Monday's public meeting of the Shelby County Commission: The commission does not intend to function as a rubber stamp — not for the Election Commission and not for County Mayor Lee Harris.

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Food & Drink

It’s October, Supposedly. Time for a Chocolate Rye Porter!

It’s October, Supposedly. Time for a Chocolate Rye Porter!

I can't wait to write a fun-filled and informational column in these pages about the perfect New Year's beer.

To Bee or Not to Bee: How Kelsey Johnson Became a Beekeeper

Kelsey Johnson was a honey hater.

901 Fair Food Fest Moves to Southaven

For the most part, 2020 has been canceled.

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Opinion

Undo That Work

Undo That Work

"He'll listen to the scientists," Trump added in a mocking tone, before saying, "If I listened to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression.

Rhodes Scholar: The College That Made Amy Coney Barrett

When White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany mistakenly called Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett a "Rhodes Scholar" a couple weeks ago, I nodded in recognition.

Losing the Latinos: The President’s Failed Strategy

The national media has reported recently (and erroneously) that Latino support for Joe Biden is flagging.

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Film/TV

American Utopia

American Utopia

From the beginning, America has been a utopian project.

Music Video Monday: Switchblade Kid

Music Video Monday gets goth-y.

They're Back From The Grave and Ready to Party! Zombies Take the Time Warp Drive-In

In a year when so much has gone away, there's one thing you can count on: Horror movies at the drive-in!

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Rhodes Scholar: The College That Made Amy Coney Barrett

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Rhodes Scholar: The College That Made Amy Coney Barrett

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