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Cold Brew Coffee is the new “it” item on coffee shop menus across the country.


Christopher Blank/WKNO-FM

Summer is the season of camps, vacations and relaxation. For many teenagers, it’s also a time of first jobs. This year, Shelby County partnered with the nonprofit Clean Memphis to offer work experience and a paycheck to 100 young people. The job: help Shelby County tackle its blight problem.


Kathy Hester, www.healthyslowcooking.com

Summer is the best time of year to enjoy fresh fruit!


Old Dominick Distillery

Have you seen the giant rooster sign over a renovated warehouse down on Front Street?


WKNO-TV

On WKNO's Behind the Headlines for July 14, 2017, panelists discuss the impacts of blight in Memphis and some of efforts to curtail it, from clean up programs to legal solutions. Joining host Eric Barnes and journalist Bill Dries of the Memphis Daily News is Janet Boscarino, executive director of Clean Memphis; Brittany Williams, Neighborhood Preservation Fellow; and Christopher Blank, news director of WKNO-FM. 

Justin Fox Burks

Make a show stopping cake without turning on your oven!


There is lots of debate of which kind of barbecue is best …


Chalkbeat TN

A recent report by EdBuild, a nonprofit that researches educational disparities, argues that the gap between poor and affluent students is widening in Shelby County. The report criticizes laws that allow municipalities to "secede" from larger urban districts.

Chris Lilly

Fourth of July is next week … and that means time for a backyard barbecue!


WKNO-TV

On this week's Behind the Headlines, Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland discusses the budget, Memphis 3.0 and more with Bill Dries, senior reporter for the Memphis Daily News. 

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