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4:59 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

Memphis History: Day by Crazy Day

Author Wayne Dowdy emerges from the archives of Memphis' Central Library with a new book of incredible, and mostly-forgotten "only in Memphis" historical events -- one for each day of the year. 

 

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COMMENTARY
8:35 am
Wed May 14, 2014

For Every Action, Reactions

Credit Calvert Whiskey

When running a business, we must be constantly aware of actions beyond our control that may have an impact on business, and we must know how to react.


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News and Features
1:36 am
Fri May 9, 2014

Arlington H.S. Junior Has Award-Winning Voice for Poetry

Anita Norman, 17, won the 2014 Poetry Out Loud competition. She is a junior at Arlington High School
Credit Christopher Blank

Anita Norman, 17, bested 365,000 other high school students nationwide in the annual Poetry Out Loud competition in Washington DC. Her recitations may amaze you.

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EDUCATION
7:30 am
Thu May 8, 2014

Contest Aims to Get Student-Designed Lunches onto School Menus

A national cooking competition challenges the taste buds and instincts of teenage cooks to transform one of the most maligned meals of childhood. Shelby County Schools will represent in Washington.

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MEMPHIS MOMENTS
7:51 pm
Tue April 29, 2014

The Martin Brothers

The Memphis Red Sox
Credit Photo Courtesy of the The Negro Leagues Museum

The four Martin brothers were each influential in the city of Memphis in the early 20th century. In addition to their political activities and professions, they owned the Memphis Red Sox, as well as the stadium in which the team played. 


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