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  • May 12-18, 2011
  • Vol. 1, No. 1159

News

  • Grizzlies Beat Thunder, 95-83
  • The Daily Buzz
  • Grizzlies Beat Thunder, 95-83

    The Memphis Grizzlies came back from a 10-point half-time deficit to beat the OKC Thunder 95-83 in FedExForum Friday. With the win, the Grizzlies tied their playoff series at three games apiece. Game seven will be in Oklahoma City on Sunday.

    Chris Herrington has a full report at Beyond the Arc.

  • Planned Attack
  • The Fly-By
  • Planned Attack

    State bill threatens Planned Parenthood funding, diverts responsibility to county.
  • Facelift
  • The Fly-By
  • Facelift

    New plans for Broad Avenue Arts District further the area’s revitalization.

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Politics

Opinion

  • Letter from the Editor
  • Letter from the Editor

    As John Branston points out in this week's cover story, the Memphis flood of 2011 may be the most family-friendly disaster in history. My family and I were downtown Sunday for a Mother's Day lunch, and the streets were packed. You'd have thought it was Sunset Symphony day or the Fourth of July. People were everywhere — the River Walk, Harbor Town, at the foot of Beale, and even in what is left of Tom Lee Park ...

Music

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Books

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Sports

Special Sections

  • wiseguys improv
  • Daily Photo
  • wiseguys improv

    Wiseguys Improv director Joe Leibovich will sign his book, Too Fat for Europe, at tonight's performance at Cafe Eclectic.
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