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1. Final Memphis Redbirds Homestand Starts Monday -

The Memphis Redbirds are celebrating the city of Memphis during the final four home games of the season.

The team is partnering with the Memphis Grizzlies, Choose901 and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, among others.

2. ‘Creative Collisions’ and Memphis Startups -

“We just closed a lead investor for our $1.5 million angel round,” said the entrepreneur, sipping a latte. “And we’d love to have you on board to help us round out the fundraise.”

3. Plans for Lakeland Prep Start to Move -

Some of the six suburban school systems were already looking ahead to building new schools before they opened for their inaugural year this past August.

This week, the Lakeland Board of Commissioners became the first of the suburban governments to move toward financing new school construction for what would be called Lakeland Prep.

4. LaunchYourCity Rebrands as Start Co. -

The local economic development organization LaunchYourCity Inc. has rebranded itself as Start Co.

5. LaunchYourCity Rebrands as Start Co. -

The local economic development organization LaunchYourCity Inc. has rebranded itself as Start Co.

6. Fitzpatrick Lends Hand to Nonprofits, Startups -

When Brittany Fitzpatrick first came to Memphis a few years ago for graduate studies at the University of Memphis, journalism professor Dr. David Arant welcomed her to the city with three words.

7. Viral Bug Bites Big Brands, Startups Alike -

Global brands, fledgling startups and nonprofits alike are embracing viral marketing, an electronic form of buzz marketing. It’s where your message passes from person to person without your direct involvement – the technological equivalent of word of mouth.

8. Mud Island River Park Closed Starting Friday -

Mud Island River Park closed Friday for safety reasons as the waters of the real Mississippi River flooded the park’s scale model of the Mississippi River.

Leaders of the Riverfront Development Corp., which runs the park for the city, cited the inability of emergency responders to get past flooded parts of service roads on the island in their decision to close indefinitely.

9. Q1 Commercial Landscape Sees Slow Start -

Memphis’ commercial real estate landscape was off to a slow start during the first quarter of 2011, according to the latest CB Richard Ellis MarketView report.

Memphis’ office market saw very little change from the end of Q4 2010 for the office market.

10. Commission District 5 Candidates Get Campaign Start -

Two contenders in the May 4 county primaries are ready to rumble.

But District 5 Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy and challenger Dr. Rolando Toyos won’t meet until the August general election ballot.

11. Opinion: Highland Redevelopment Could Start a Chain Reaction -

Whatever it is we want our institutions of higher education to become, it is clear our ambitions must stretch beyond campus borders.

The University District plan is as much about business and development as it is education.

12. Southwest, AirTran and Frontier Start Sales -

DALLAS (AP) - Discount carriers Southwest, AirTran and Frontier touched off a round of fare sales with prices below $100 on many shorter routes.

Most other carriers quickly matched the sale prices Tuesday, which cover a limited number of seats and must be purchased in the next couple days.

13. Fits and Starts on Health Care Slow Down Bill -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Delays and disputes bogged down a Senate panel considering the details of remaking the nation's $2.5 trillion health care system.

The first formal drafting and voting session on Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's sweeping legislation was given over Wednesday to six hours of speechmaking by senators. Nothing was accomplished on the bill itself, and there were suggestions that a goal of completing committee action before the congressional recess July 4 might not be met.

14. Dinner Table, Grandmother's Home Provide Good Start for Memphis Attorney -

Attorney David Siegel plays the drums in a local band and even lived in Japan for a few years while growing up. But his musical talents and international background aren't what is front and center for him these days.

15. Head 'Em up, Move 'Em out: Distribution Company Expands as it Starts to Break Even -

Dallas Sharp fondly recalls walking down railroad tracks with his grandfather when he was a young boy.

That's when his fascination with trains and railroads began, he said.

Today, he has miles of track right next to his office, tucked within a 121,000-square-foot warehouse near Getwell and Raines roads in South Memphis.

16. Highland Strip Area Starts to Sizzle -

After years of inactivity, the area around the Highland Stip is starting to pick up as property renovations and other new developments continue.

Probably the most visible new addition has been RP Billiards at 525 S. Highland St. The building housed the Highland Cue for about 25 years.