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Summer Fashion, Memphis Style!

Summer Fashion, Memphis Style!

Local designer and fashionista Andrea Fenise talked to six young Memphians about how the city has shaped their fashion sense. Here's what they had

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Fly on the Wall 1478

Sound Advice WREG news reporter Luke Jones looks into the camera and tells Memphis' would-be muggers how it's supposed to be done. "Normally,

New Group Focuses on Clean Drinking Water in Memphis

New Group Focuses on Clean Drinking Water in Memphis

Clean Water Memphis hopes to make water activism easier for Memphians.
For the past five months, a group has gathered at Laurel Cannito's East Memphis home on Friday evenings. Not for a movie night or

Memphis Urban Adventures: Get Outside Without Leaving the City

Memphis Urban Adventures: Get Outside Without Leaving the City

Four ways to explore the Great Outdoors within Memphis city limits.
Benjamin Franklin thought enough of the healing powers of nature that he'd frequently take naked "air baths" in the woods. President John Quincy Adams

Art & Money at the UrbanArt Commission

Art & Money at the UrbanArt Commission

Q&A: Lauren Kennedy says UrbanArt Commission still “in the mix.”
Last week, Memphis City Council members pulled $350,000 from the UrbanArt Commission (UAC) in a move that shocked leaders of the organization that commissions

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Fly on the Wall 1477

Holy Verbatim! The free morning newspaper AM New York marked the passing of '60s-era Batman star Adam West with a lengthy Bat-obit that included

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Fly on the Wall 1476

CHOAS! Google Trends recently tweeted a revealing map of America's most misspelled words by state. North Dakota can't seem to get "dilemma" right,

Mississippi River Mayors Say Climate Change Is a Real Threat

Mississippi River Mayors Say Climate Change Is a Real Threat

Mayors from across the country and up and down the Mississippi River (including Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland) vowed to keep working toward a clean

Russia: Riddles and Realities

Russia: Riddles and Realities

Jackson Baker explores a once — and possibly future — adversary.
It is a time, as we all know, when relations have become complicated again between the United States and Russia, formal allies during two 20th-century

Outsourcing Tennessee

Outsourcing Tennessee

Governor Haslam pushes ahead with a plan to turn state workers into JLL employees.
On December 1, 2015, Tennessee's Department of General Services (DGS) filed a request for proposals through the Central Procurement Office for facility management services

A Sessions Session

A Sessions Session

Locals balk at Sessions’ tough-on-crime approach.
U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions didn't say anything during his Memphis visit. That is, the content of his speech here didn't make any headlines. But

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