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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7:45 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Price Has No Floor or Ceiling

A brilliant demonstration that there’s always room at the top of every market.
Credit Jack Daniels

The price for a product has no floor or ceiling. Use pricing to enhance the value of the product, but don't make it so unaffordable that no one can afford it, unless it really is top-of-the-market. 

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7:30 am
Mon April 21, 2014

Legislative Wrap-Up: Winners and Losers in the Law Game

In this week's Capitol Hill Conversation, we look at some of the laws passed in the General Assembly this year, and the winners and losers in the legislature. 

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7:30 am
Fri April 18, 2014

Memphis Beauty in the Era of Big Cotton

Cotton Museum curator Melissa Farris hangs a painting that will be on display in a new exhibit.
Credit Christopher Blank

A new exhibit at the Cotton Museum explores female beauty in a city where cotton was once king. So what was the picture of beauty? Well, it depends on who's in the portrait.

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7:30 am
Thu April 17, 2014

New Brews for an Old Brewery

Volunteers are getting the courtyard of the abandoned Tennessee Brewery ready for visitors.
Credit Tennessee Brewery Untapped

 The historic Tennessee Brewery may not be around much longer. But before the building has a date with the wrecking ball, one group wants you to enjoy some suds in its courtyard, and maybe even help figure out a way to save this Memphis landmark.

Pierre Kimsey talks with Tommy Pacello from the Mayor's Innovation Delivery Team and attorney Michael Tauer. 

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