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Positive Rate Slides Again After Surge

Positive Rate Slides Again After Surge

The rate of positive COVID-19 cases fell again Saturday after a five-day increases in cases this week. Positive cases fell Friday to 7 percent from Thursday's rate of 8.8 percent.

Positivity Rate 7 Percent On 1,633 Tests

The Shelby County Health Department reported 115 new cases of coronavirus here Saturday, May 30th bringing the total from 4,793 to 4,908.

90 New COVID-19 Cases, Three Additional Deaths Reported

The Shelby County Health Department reported 90 new cases of coronavirus here Friday, May 29th, bringing the total from 4,703 to 4,793.

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Positive Rate Slides Again After Surge

Positive Rate Slides Again After Surge

The rate of positive COVID-19 cases fell again Saturday after a five-day increases in cases this week. Positive cases fell Friday to 7 percent from Thursday's rate of 8.8 percent.

Positivity Rate 7 Percent On 1,633 Tests

The Shelby County Health Department reported 115 new cases of coronavirus here Saturday, May 30th bringing the total from 4,793 to 4,908.

Strickland Calls for Investigation of Police Response to Protest

A day after applauding the actions of Memphis Police Departments during a Wednesday night protest, Memphis Jim Strickland announced he is calling for an investigation into police actions after receiving more information.

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Professor Baseball

Professor Baseball

For 12 years now, Curt Hart has had the best teaching gig in town.

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Music

Memphis Record Stores Keep The Flame Of Vinyl Burning

Memphis Record Stores Keep The Flame Of Vinyl Burning

In addition to being a boiling cauldron of musical creation, well documented in this week's cover story, Memphis is a city of world-class record stores.

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, May 28-June 3

Heading into June, the summer is upon us!

Twenty From The Teens: Top Albums Of The Decade, 2010-2019

"One thing I'm doing more of during shelter-in-place is listening to great local records that I hadn't had a chance to catch up on."

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Politics

The Virus and the Vote

The Virus and the Vote

Tennessee gets a passing grade for its medical prep but problems with jails and voting land it in court this week.

Numbed by the Numbers: County Commission Struggles to Agree on Budget

Separate attempts to produce a budget for Shelby County failed to produce anything resembling a consensus on a marathon meeting day of the County Commission on Monday.

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Food & Drink

David Grisanti’s Italian-style Patio Opens May 30th at His Restaurant

David Grisanti’s Italian-style Patio Opens May 30th at His Restaurant

David Grisanti’s Italian Restaurant is about to become more Italian.

Comeback Beer: Sampling Ghost River’s Zippin Pippin

The beard is coming in a slightly different shade than I remember.

Cooking & Crooning: Nick and Lena Black’s Facebook Show

Nick Black and his wife, Lena, are cutting up in the kitchen.

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Opinion

Green Dad Meets Iggy Poo

Green Dad Meets Iggy Poo

The little girl stands shyly in front of her beaming parents.

Viewpoint: Our Jail is a Petri Dish for Covid-19.

Pretrial detention should not and must not be a death sentence.

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Film/TV

Music Video Week: Julien Baker

Music Video Week: Julien Baker

Today on Music Video Week, we look at Julien Baker's brilliant decade.

Music Video Week: Junior

Music Video Week continues with a very special episode.

Music Video Week: Alyssa Moore

Today on Music Video Week, a quarantine project by one of Memphis' most talented musical auteurs.

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