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New Model Predicts Virus Surge Pushed to November

New Model Predicts Virus Surge Pushed to November

The rate of positive coronavirus remained steady in Shelby County from Thursday to Friday.

COVID-Related Suit Filed Against Sheriff’s Office on Inmates’ Behalf

A new federal suit has been filed against the office of the Shelby County Sheriff seeking emergency action on behalf of inmates currently infected or under threat of  “severe injury or death” as a result of 

Flyer Joining Colleagues at MLK50, Chalkbeat, High Ground to Answer Community Needs

The Memphis Flyer is working with media colleagues at MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, High Ground News, and Chalkbeat Tennessee to serve as a community resource.

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News

New Model Predicts Virus Surge Pushed to November

New Model Predicts Virus Surge Pushed to November

The rate of positive coronavirus remained steady in Shelby County from Thursday to Friday.

COVID-Related Suit Filed Against Sheriff’s Office on Inmates’ Behalf

A new federal suit has been filed against the office of the Shelby County Sheriff seeking emergency action on behalf of inmates currently infected or under threat of  “severe injury or death” as a result of 

Flyer Joining Colleagues at MLK50, Chalkbeat, High Ground to Answer Community Needs

The Memphis Flyer is working with media colleagues at MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, High Ground News, and Chalkbeat Tennessee to serve as a community resource.

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Sports

Professor Baseball

Professor Baseball

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

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Music

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, May 21-27

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, May 21-27

The floodgates have been thrown open, and music will be inundating the internet this Memorial Day Weekend, including some impressive festivals.

GPAC's New Front Porch, The Grove, is Ready and Waiting

Paul Chandler, executive director of the Germantown Performing Arts Center (GPAC), has long felt there was a problem with the magnificent performance space he helps to manage.

The Nick Black Challenge

Nick Black is on a musical roll.

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Politics

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

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.

Former Councilman Davis, Political Pioneer and Business Leader, Dies

Business leader was a member of the first Memphis City Council and a major African-American leader during a pivotal and turbulent time.

Suit Filed to Extend Tennessee Citizens’ Right to Vote by Mail

Plaintiffs, represented by attorneys Mulroy and Brown, seek to widen right to vote by mail on basis of ongoing coronavirus threats.

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Food & Drink

Magnolia & May Restaurant Will Open May 26th

Magnolia & May Restaurant Will Open May 26th

Magnolia & May will make debut with takeout food only on May 26th.

Pizza is King at Coletta’s

What’s the best seller at Coletta’s restaurants during the quarantine?

The Cupboad Will Reopen Dining Room May 20th

The Cupboard restaurant will reopen May 20th with table seating.

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Opinion

Down the Rabbit Hole

Down the Rabbit Hole

Earlier this week, a stripper asked on Twitter if people thought it was safe for her to go back to work.

A Scorer's Notes on the Voting Machine Process

I write software and work with big databases.

Time Passages

Time, time, time

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Film/TV

Jaws Leads Classic Summer Film Weekend at the Summer Drive-In

Jaws Leads Classic Summer Film Weekend at the Summer Drive-In

With the 2020 summer film season on hold for at least another month, the newly reopened Malco Summer Drive-In is offering classic blockbusters for your socially distant entertainment this Memorial Day weekend.

Oxford Virtual Film Festival Presents an LBGTQ Hero, a Feminist Sports Doc, and Memphis Filmmakers

For Memorial Day weekend, the Oxford Virtual Film Festival has a strong and varied lineup of shorts and documentaries.

The Great: Power Politics as Comedy

Screenwriter John Rogers, the creator of the cult action series Leverage, recently tweeted “The primary purpose of representational democracy is to protect the rest of us from the whims of insane rich people, be they royalty or plutocrat.”

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Lies and Damned Lies

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