On August 2nd, the voters of Shelby County resoundingly voted for Lee Harris, a law professor at the University of Memphis, a former city councilman, and
Bag-gate Did you hear that Trader Joe's opened a store in the Memphis area last week? (Pause for laughter.) The personalized store bags (oh,
MATA’s proposed service cuts spark concern.
The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) is proposing service cuts this fall that would affect almost 30 routes, and Memphis bus riders aren't happy.
Report alleges lack of training, oversight at Tennessee Historical Commission.
A new report found some big problems with the Tennessee Historical Commission (THC), the group that tried but failed to block Memphis from removing
Dammit, Gannett The Commercial Appeal soldiers on. Though greatly diminished, the Gannett-owned daily newspaper has hired a clutch of new reporters to replace all
A local perspective on men’s style.
For a certain type of guy, having good style is more than wearing what's trendy. It is a state of mind. It means being
RATS! Did anybody else catch an article in The Commercial Appeal with the headline, "Kirby High Cancels Thursday Classes Due to Pest Infestation?" "Thursday
Choices re-claims feminist health care with new site.
Rebecca Terrell is calling, um, malarkey. Why do traditional health-care providers get to claim childbirth? No more. Choices will break ground this week on
Oscar spent his ninth birthday alone in a Florida detention center for immigrant minors, eating tortillas and ham. He's been detained at the Homestead,
Here come the expectations. After decades as a college football afterthought, the University of Memphis Tigers open their 2018 season as front-runners. The program
Dammit, Gannett A short list of don'ts for daily newspapers wishing to appear somewhat local inspired by the Gannett-owned Commercial Appeal: 1. Not to