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Memphis EDGE is in Flux

Last week saw the first meeting of a blue-ribbon local board charged with reviewing the current status of the Memphis area's economic development in

MPD Surveillance of Law-abiding Activists is a Bridge Too Far

As we go to press, the ACLU's lawsuit has begun against the city of Memphis for allegedly breaking a 1978 consent decree forbidding it to

Tribunes of the People

Let's get one thing straight: There is such a thing as "fake news," but 1) it isn't what Donald Trump says it is; and

The Lessons of Watergate

It was some 44 years ago, in the dog days of a humid summer, when the members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee met

More County Races Previewed

The Flyer does not endorse candidates, but we hope you'll use the following thumbnail sketches for an assortment of county races as something of
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