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1. Alumni United -

By background, Maria Lensing perhaps doesn’t fit the expected parameters of someone quick to defend Memphis and eager to take on the challenge of revitalizing a local university’s alumni association.

2. Events -

Church Health Center Wellness will host an open house Saturday, Jan. 11, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1115 Union Ave. The free event will include health screenings, yoga and stretching classes, cooking demos and more. Visit churchhealthcenter.org.

3. Events -

The Whitehaven Partnership will meet Friday, Jan. 10, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Whitehaven branch library, 4120 Millbranch Road. Shelby County Trustee David Lenoir, and representatives from the Memphis Police Department and other city agencies will discuss improving Whitehaven neighborhoods. Email cburton615@hotmail.com or call 345-3695.

4. Alzheimer’s Groups Paint Memphis Purple -

November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer’s Association’s local chapter and assisted living facilities such as The Gardens of Germantown Memory Care want to paint the town purple to raise awareness about the deadly, irreversible disease.

5. Neighborhood Vitality -

The history at the Four-Way Restaurant is as rich and soulful as the food.

The walls of the South Memphis institution are decorated with photographs of politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and civil rights icons – including the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – who made the famous restaurant at Mississippi Boulevard and Walker Avenue a “home away from home.”

6. MERI, Fire Department Assist Facilities With Disaster Relief -

The Medical Education & Research Institute (MERI) and the Memphis Fire Department are working with local long-term care nursing and other direct care staff to care for the elderly in the event of fire, tornado and flood-related emergencies.

7. Architecture Inc. Finds Formula for Success -

Having a staff of just six employees hasn’t affected the ability of Architecture Inc., 88 Union Ave., to maintain a diverse catalogue and high volume of projects, many of them high profile.

8. Marty Regan Blends Civic, Community Duties -

When Marty Regan looks out from his penthouse view at One Commerce Square, he sees an array of public and private partnerships that wouldn’t have been possible without real estate attorneys.

9. Events -

WKNO-FM will premiere a series by news director Candice Ludlow that will address the issue of gangs in Memphis Wednesday, Nov. 2. The series will air in the morning during “Morning Edition” over the next several weeks. The series examines the Street Crimes Unit program through the eyes of Shelby County Sheriff Sergeant Charles Eldridge, who leads the unit. The program is working to eliminate the presence of gangs and drugs on Memphis’ streets. Morning Edition airs from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. weekday mornings.

10. Events -

Memphis Bioworks Business Association will hold a luncheon and panel discussion Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the FedEx Institute of Technology, 365 Innovation Drive. Online registration is $25 and onsite registration is $35. Space is limited. For more information or to register, visit www.bioworksbusiness.com.

11. Events -

Memphis Bioworks Business Association will hold a luncheon and panel discussion Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the FedEx Institute of Technology, 365 Innovation Drive. Online registration is $25 and onsite registration is $35. Space is limited. For more information or to register, visit www.bioworksbusiness.com.

12. Canine Comfort -

A wet nosed-kiss, a gentle nuzzle and the wag of a happy tail can go a long way to brighten anyone’s day, but it’s especially true for people facing serious physical and emotional challenges.

The health benefits of spending time with companion animals include a decrease in blood pressure and cholesterol and triglyceride levels, as well as decreased feelings of loneliness and increased opportunities for exercise and socializing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

13. Canvas Creations -

Nothing beats bonding and developing friendships from a night out with friends. Throw in an opportunity to take home some original artwork, and it’s a no-brainer why the paint-party business has grown in the Memphis area over the past few years.

14. Borrowers Sue Over Apparent Loan Mod Mishaps -

LOS ANGELES (AP) – It seemed Maria Campusano's financial problems were behind her when the mortgage on her Victorian home in a Massachusetts mill town was chopped by hundreds of dollars a month.

15. Love, Passion Fuel Hope House’s Randall -

When asked to sum up the overarching theme of her life, Maria Randall, without hesitation, answers, “Passion.”

16. Multiple Cultures Mix at East Memphis’ Tokyo Grill -

We live about two miles from Asian Palace Express, or, I should say, where the take-out restaurant used to be, so it was convenient on nights we didn’t want to cook to drive over and get an order of wonton soup and an order of war wonton soup – at home I would mix them together.

17. Cooling Down? Don't Let Energy Costs Get You Hot -

NEW YORK (AP) - Temperatures aren't the only numbers that climb in the summer. With air conditioners on full blast, so do energy bills.

Cooling costs run the average homeowner about $400 a year, according to Energy Star, the government program that promotes energy efficiency. But you can control your expenses with a few simple measures.

18. State Approves Hospitals, Nursing Home -

The Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency has granted certificates of approval for new specialty hospitals in Memphis and extended the time for a construction project at a Bartlett nursing home.

19. Racquet Club Undergoes Transformation -

When the world’s best tennis players step off the red carpet and into The Racquet Club of Memphis for the men’s Regions Morgan Keegan Championships and the women’s Cellular South Cup in February, they might not recognize the place.

20. New Building Slated for Hickory Hill Dialysis and Vascular Surgery Center -

6490 Mount Moriah Road Ext.
Memphis, TN 38115
Permit Amount: $1.1 Million

Project Cost: $1.1 million
Permit Date: Applied June 2009
Completion: Autumn 2009
Owner: DH MR Partners
Tenant: Mid-South Nephrology Consultants
Contractor: S. Webster Haining & Co.
Architect: Christopher Kidd & Associates LLC

21. Former MBA President, Attorney Goff Dies -

Memphis attorney Marvin C. Goff Jr. died last week at age 93 at Ave Maria Home. Goff was president of the Memphis Bar Association in 1965.

22. STANFORD SHOCKER -

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Texas billionaire whose family of companies has deep ties to Memphis with an $8 billion securities fraud.

Asking for “emergency relief to halt a massive, ongoing fraud,” a complaint issued by the SEC Tuesday alleges the businessman, R. Allen Stanford – chairman of the Stanford Financial Group of companies – schemed to sell about $8 billion worth of certificates of deposit that promise higher returns than would have been available with genuine CDs offered by traditional banks.

23. Stanford Financial Chairman Charged With $8B Fraud - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Texas billionaire whose family of companies has deep ties to Memphis with an $8 billion securities fraud.

Asking for "emergency relief to halt a massive, ongoing fraud," a complaint issued by the SEC Tuesday alleges the businessman, R. Allen Stanford – chairman of the Stanford Financial Group of companies – schemed to sell about $8 billion worth of certificates of deposit that promise higher returns than would have been available with genuine CDs offered by traditional banks.

Also named in the Texas complaint are James Davis, the chief financial officer of Stanford Financial Group Inc. who works in East Memphis’ Crescent Center, as well as Laura Pendergest-Holt, the chief investment officer of Stanford Financial Group. She supervises a group of analysts in Memphis, among other places, according to the SEC.

"Stanford and Davis have wholly failed to cooperate with the commission's efforts to account for the $8 billion of investor funds purportedly held by SIB (Stanford International Bank, the banking unit of the family of companies)," the SEC's complaint reads. "In short, approximately 90 percent of SIB's claimed investment portfolio resides in a 'black box' shielded from any independent oversight."

The particulars

Stanford's banking unit claims $8.5 billion in assets, and its brokerage unit reportedly has about $50 billion in assets. The SEC alleges the bulk of the banking unit’s investment portfolio was monitored by two people – Stanford and Davis.

The company and its executives cast a long shadow in Memphis, as does the sprawling complaint unveiled this week.

Law enforcement personnel Tuesday entered Stanford offices in the U.S. in more than one city, including Memphis. Memphis FBI officials could not be reached Tuesday afternoon, but were believed to be seizing records there.

The day before the SEC’s allegations were unveiled, a Stanford Financial Group spokesman told The Daily News the company was cooperating with investigators.

“Both FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) and the SEC have stated to us that their recent visits to our offices were part of a routine examination,” said Brian Bertsch. “We have provided U.S. regulators with the information requested and intend to comply fully with any findings or recommendations they may issue.”

Bertsch would not confirm if the company’s Memphis office was one of six locations visited in January by the SEC and FINRA.

Far-reaching operation

More than three dozen police officers and other law enforcement officials entered two Stanford Group office buildings in Houston Tuesday morning, according to The New York Times.

Several key aspects of the case, meanwhile, point to activities of the company that unfolded in Memphis or are related to the Bluff City.

"SIB's multi-billion (dollar) portfolio of investments is purportedly monitored by SFG's chief financial officer in Memphis, Tenn.," according to the SEC. That executive, James Davis, refused to appear and give testimony in the SEC investigation.

Meanwhile, “The bank's (senior investment officer) was trained by Ms. Pendergest-Holt to tell investors that the bank's multi-billion (dollar) portfolio was ‘monitored’ by the analyst team in Memphis,” the SEC’s complaint reads. “In communicating with investors, the SIO followed Pendergest's instructions, misrepresenting that a team of 20-plus analysts monitored the bank’s investment portfolio. In so doing, the SIO never disclosed to investors that the analysts only monitor approximately 10 percent of SIB's money.

“In fact, Pendergest-Holt trained the SIO ‘not to divulge too much’ about oversight of the bank's portfolio because that information ‘wouldn’t leave an investor with a lot of confidence.’”

One spark that may have added fuel to the fire concerns allegations from former Stanford employees.

D. Mark Tidwell and Charles Rawl last year filed a wrongful termination suit in state court in Texas alleging “various unethical and illegal business practices, including overstating the asset value of individuals in a manner designed to mislead potential investors and purging electronic data from computers in response to an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission,” according to a court filing in the Texas case. “According to Tidwell and Rawl, they left the company after realizing that they could possibly be implicated in the alleged illegal acts.”

Wellspring of support

The charges cast a dark cloud over a company that has been a generous benefactor of several causes in Memphis.

In the most recent edition of the Stanford Eagle, the in-house magazine of Stanford Financial Group, Stanford is shown seated among a quartet of children who all appear to be patients of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. All of them are smiling, and one is sitting on the businessman’s knee, cradled in his arm.

St. Jude is among the many local causes supported by Stanford's business interests. The annual Stanford St. Jude Championship alone has raised more than $19 million for the hospital since 1970. Stanford signed on as the major sponsor in 2007 after FedEx shifted its involvement.

The Houston-based financial services company, which operates an investment brokerage office in Memphis, provides financial support to the hospital as its “corporate charity of choice,” according to the magazine.

In the most recent edition of the magazine, Tony Thomas, the son of St. Jude founder Danny Thomas, said Stanford’s chairman “has been a blessing for us and for the children and patients of St. Jude. … His support has resulted in $15 million in the last three years.”

Among the Memphis causes it supports, the Houston company is a corporate sponsor of the National Civil Rights Museum and a contributor to the Greater Memphis Arts Council, the Boys and Girls Club of Memphis and the Ave Maria Foundation of Memphis, according to a report from Stanford about its community investments. Stanford’s charitable foundation also is based in Memphis.

A reception several years ago to celebrate the company’s growth in Memphis was held at the home of local fashion designer Pat Kerr Tigrett, with guests including Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton and FedEx founder Frederick W. Smith, according to news accounts of the event.

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24. City, State Nursing Home Ratings Low -

In its first effort to rate the nation’s nursing homes using a ranking system, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has rated Tennessee third worst in the nation for geriatric care, behind only Georgia and Louisiana.

25. Memphis Area Nursing Homes Receive Government Ratings -

Four nursing homes either in Memphis or within 25 miles of the city received five stars under a new rating system that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released last week.

The best nursing homes, according to the rating, were Methodist Healthcare SNF, Allen Morgan Health and Rehabilitation Center, Ave Maria Home and Memphis Jewish Home.

26. Events -

Talk Shoppe will meet today from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South, 3693 Tyndale Drive. This week will be “Open Microphone” week. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call Jo Garner at 759-7808.

27. West Tennessee Task Force Honored -      The West Tennessee Violent Crime and Drug Task Force was honored by the Tennessee Narcotics Officers Association earlier this month for its work on getting drugs off the streets of Memphis and West Tennessee.
 

28. Archived Article: Events - Danka Digital Solutions Center hosts a free lunch seminar on integrating paper into electronic workflow from 11 a

Danka Digital Solutions Center hosts a free lunch seminar on integrating paper into electronic workflow from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today...

29. Archived Article: This Week - Headline

Society of Entrepreneurs Hosts Networking Breakfast Dec. 8

Downtown Elementary School hosts an open house highlighting its optional program from noon to 1 p.m. at the school, 10 N. Fourth St. Visitors can tour the facilities and talk ...

30. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Giant pandas visit

Giant pandas visit

IMAX Theater

Giant pandas are coming to the giant screen this month.

Pink Palace Museum officials announced Wednesday that China: The Panda Adventure will be offered this summer in the Union Planters...

31. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Germantown Crye-Leike

Germantown Crye-Leike

nabs service award

Crye-Leike Realtors Germantown Poplar branch recently was commended for its community service.

Managing broker Myra Quinley accepted Crye-Leikes inaugural 2002 Community Serv...

32. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - An exhibit by works

An exhibit of works by Cuban-born artist Maria Elena Gonzalez begins today at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis. It runs through April 19.

The exhibit, titled UN Real Estates, addresses the meaning of home in Amer...

33. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - Artwork by Wess Loudenslager will be on display at the Greater Memphis Arts Council, 8 S

An exhibition of artwork by Wess Loudenslager begins today at the Greater Memphis Arts Council, 8 S. Third St. GMAC will host a reception for the artist from...

34. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville and the Collierville Literacy Council recently started a new family literacy program ca

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville and the Collierville Literacy Council recently started a new family literacy pro...

35. Archived Article: Downtown (lead) - By JENNIFER MURLEY

Downtown struts its stuff in home tour

By JENNIFER MURLEY

The Daily News

As Downtown Memphis becomes an increasing credible place to live, work and play, residents within the community are eagerly embracing the chance ...

36. Archived Article: Standout - By JENNIFER MURLEY

Giving art and soul

By JENNIFER MURLEY
The Daily News
Kitty Sting has a unique job. She ensures that the aging, former mayors of Memphis stay in tip-top shape and looking good.
No, shes not a personal train...

37. Archived Article: Assisi P.2 - The Assisi Foundation of Memphis Inc Assisi awards grants for quarter The Assisi Foundation of Memphis Inc. awarded more than $2.3 million in grants in the third quarter. Grants were made in the areas of health care, education, literacy, community e...

38. Archived Article: Standout St - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Eyes on the prize By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News In 1979, when Marty Regan started practicing law, he also began serving the community by volunteering his time with the Catholic diocese in the area of housing. "I saw a n...

39. Archived Article: Comm Focus - NCCJ names honorees of 2000 Humanitarian Awards NCCJ names honorees of 2000 Humanitarian Awards Four well-known men who have contributed to Memphis in a variety of ways over the years have been selected as the recipients of the Year 2000 Humanitaria...

40. Archived Article: Focus Box - Organizations receiving Y2K Technology Compliance grants from the Assisi Foundation Organizations receiving Y2K compliance grants from the Assisi Foundation Youth Villages $15,000 for software upgrades DePorres Delta Ministries $15,000 for software ...

41. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - The National Kidney Foundation of West Tennessee will conduct a free health screening for people at increased risk for kidney d The National Kidney Foundation of West Tennessee will conduct a free health screening for people at increased risk for ki...

42. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - The American Cancer Society is seeking teams to participate in the 1999 Memphis Relay for Life, its signature fund-raising even The American Cancer Society is seeking teams to participate in the 1999 Memphis Relay for Life, its signature fund-raisin...

43. Archived Article: Christian Center - NCC helps struggling families realize home ownership NCC helps struggling families become homeowners By DIANNA DEAREN The Daily News For many young families, owning a home is more of a dream than a reality. However, two Memphis families recently rea...

44. Archived Article: Tech Focus Chg - ABCing school sites ABCing school sites Area elementary and high schools boast Web sites with information for students and parents By CAMILLE H. GAMBLE The Daily News Both students and parents can benefit from one of the latest trends in educational...

45. Archived Article: Standout - By SUZANNE THOMPSON A fighting chance Peruvian-born businessman risked everything for the opportunity to save his sons life By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News Fernando Bazo is a fighter. He said no matter what life throws at him now, it can only be ...