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Into the Dumb …

Bruce VanWyngarden

Did you know that the word “gullible” does not appear in any dictionary? It’s true. Look it up. I’ll wait. For those of you who did not fall for the best joke I knew in seventh grade, I’ve got another one for you: Did you know that Tom Hanks, Hillary and Bill Clinton, George Soros,… Continue reading Into the Dumb …

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Into the Dumb …

Did you know that the word “gullible” does not appear in any dictionary? It’s true. Look it up. I’ll wait. For those of you who did not fall for the best joke I knew in seventh grade, I’ve got another one for you: Did you know that Tom Hanks, Hillary and Bill Clinton, George Soros,… Continue reading Into the Dumb …

MEMernet: Team Waste, TVA and Loki, and a House Fire

A roundup of Memphis on the World Wide Web. New Team Posted to twitter by the city of Memphis The city of Memphis tweeted footage of Team Waste crews on the streets here Monday morning. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland fired Waste Pro on Sunday after residents complained the company frequently missed collections. Which TVA? Posted… Continue reading MEMernet: Team Waste, TVA and Loki, and a House Fire

Rev. Bill Adkins Asks for Community Focus on Crime Control

Surrounded by a phalanx of African-American ministers, the Rev. Bill Adkins of Greater Imani Church stood in front of the Memphis Public Library last Friday afternoon. He quoted new dismal statistics about overnight killings in some Black neighborhoods of Memphis and uttered a call to action. “What are we going to do?” he asked. “Why… Continue reading Rev. Bill Adkins Asks for Community Focus on Crime Control

Down By The Riverside

It’s a major Memphis street. It’s a Downtown connector. It’s a park. It’s a festival grounds. It’s for going fast. It’s for taking it slow. It’s an urban planning laboratory. It’s for cars. It’s for everyone. It’s a front door. It’s a dump. It’s a movie set. It’s open. It’s closed. When it comes to… Continue reading Down By The Riverside