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  • Dec 15-21, 2005
  • Vol. 1, No. 877


  • The South Rises
  • Cover Feature
  • The South Rises

    Developers are building hundreds of condos and town homes south of downtown, turning a former warehouse district into a trendy residential hotspot. Will it work?

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    I had a sinking feeling there was going to be trouble when I saw her. Because I don't drive on the interstate -- for reasons that are too complicated to go into here -- I recently took a trip on a bus.I feel it's my obligation to share a little about the trip back to Memphis. Shortly before time for the bus to depart the lovelystation, a very tall and quite, uh, stout woman appeared in the terminal with her children -- a girl, an infant, and a pair of twin boys who were probably 6 or 7. READ MORE
  • Letter From The Editor

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  • Sports Feature
  • Reality Check

    The Grizzlies fall back to earth after a rough weekend exposes their offensive weaknesses.

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