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1. Real Estate Rally -

Commercial real estate can offer insight into the strength of the local economy. Through the office, retail, industrial and apartment developments that mark the region the economy at work in the real world can be seen.

2. Taste of Australia -

When asked where good wine is made, even the teetotaler will come up with an answer of France, Italy or California.

But not many, even with years of sniffing corks, tend to think of Australia.

3. Glazer’s Inc. Acquires Memphis’ Star Distributing -

Glazer’s Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire majority control of Memphis-based Star Distributing Co.

4. Glazer’s Acquires Memphis’ Star Distributing -

Glazer’s Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire majority control of Memphis-based Star Distributing Co.

5. Spirited Debate -

The accessibility of wine for Tennessee residents could soon increase tenfold. 

State Sen. Bill Ketron, R-Murfreesboro, and state Rep. Jon Lundberg, R-Bristol, introduced on Thursday, Jan. 31, their bills – SB0837 and HB0610, respectively – to end the exclusive right of liquor stores to sell wine in Tennessee.

6. Price Increase Coming to Wine, Other Liquors -

Gazing into my crystal ball, I see that prices for a liquid near and dear to your heart are going to increase in 2012.

Oh, sure, gasoline, but what I’m speaking of is wine. In retails stores and in restaurants, your favorite brand will probably cost more, even to the glass of wine you order at a bar or with a meal.

7. Anthony Siracusa Joins Rhodes College -

Anthony C. Siracusa has been hired as Community Service Coordinator in the Bonner Center for Faith and Service at Rhodes College.

Hometown: Memphis
Education:
Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in history, Rhodes College, 2009.
What was attractive about working at Rhodes?
I was compelled by the Rhodes Vision of graduating students with the ability to translate academic study and personal concern into effective leadership and action in their communities and the world. In the words of former Bonner Foundation President Wayne Meisel, I’m passionate about Rhodes’ interest in moving from a world where we work to feed the poor to a world where soup kitchens are not necessary because we’ve defeated hunger.
What do you hope to accomplish as community service coordinator?
Through the Kinney Program (the college’s campus-wide service-based learning umbrella), I hope to unite students working on a similar issue (e.g., hunger and homelessness or hospitals and health care) for regular meetings and the development of an issue-based action plan to guide current and future community engagement efforts. My hope is that Rhodes students graduate with a deep connection to the Memphis community.
What do you consider your greatest professional accomplishments?
When I founded Revolutions Community Bicycle Shop in June of 2002, I never thought there would be a day when I worked in the shop and people would introduce themselves and say, “Hi, I’m so and so. Who are you?” To me, Revolutions now stands as a Memphis institution outside of any direct connection to me.
What do you most enjoy about your work?
I enjoy wrangling with the issues. I enjoy debating the merits of particular courses of action or root causes for the problems that surround us, and I feel fortunate to have the chance to listen to brilliant insight from the people I meet every day. I love building community with people through meaningful work, and I enjoy being with people who hope to move our city and this world from potential to reality.

8. Restaurateur Edwards to Reincarnate Bon Ton Cafe -

Every city has restaurants like these Downtown, usually near the courts and lawyers’ offices or the banks, restaurants that serve traditional breakfasts and plate lunches to customers who might be wearing white shirts and ties or workers in blue or gray uniforms or women in everything from slacks to power suits.

9. In Search of an Oasis -

Part of the path to inner-city recovery appears to run through a garden, or at least through the produce section of a supermarket. Nine farmers markets operate in various parts of Shelby County this summer, from Downtown to Collierville and places such as Germantown, Agricenter International and Cooper-Young in between.

10. What You See Not Necessarily What You Get With Wine Prices -

So, you’re dining at Chez Philippe, the opulent flagship restaurant in The Peabody, and in a celebratory mood – you weren’t indicted after all! – you order a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Non-Vintage Brut Champagne, one of the most familiar and highly marketed French Champagnes in the world.

11. Sitting Pretty -

For anyone who can't see how important FedEx is to Memphis' economy, Wyatt Aiken, senior vice president of Commercial Advisors LLC, paints the following picture:

"If Memphis wasn't a great distribution hub, FedEx wouldn't be here," he said, "and if FedEx wasn't here, we'd be Little Rock."

12. Bartlett WarehouseFinanced for $3.4 Million - Spritzer Co. LLC has financed property at 6290 Shelby View Drive through Bank of America for $3.4 million. The property includes a warehouse built in 1999 on 3.51 acres in the Shelby Oaks North Business Center. In 2004, the city-county Industrial Dev

13. Archived Article: Mktbriefs - Omega Health Systems, Inc TBC Corp. announced it will record an after-tax charge for the second quarter of about $2.8 million or 13 cents per share, related to a judgment in litigation with a former distributor. The litigation, which was initiated i...

14. Archived Article: Ut-idb - By STACEY PETSCHAUER Revenue bond to aid medical groups growth UT Medical Group asks for $23.8 million bond By STACEY PETSCHAUER The Daily News A request for a $23.8 million tax exempt industrial revenue bond for UT Medical Group Inc. will go before...

15. Archived Article: Idb (lead) - By STACEY PETSCHAUER Distribution center will create 216 jobs By STACEY PETSCHAUER The Daily News A tax freeze application for a $34.6 million project that would create 216 jobs will be considered by the Industrial Development Board at its meeting W...

16. Archived Article: Business Expo 97 Lj - By LAURIE JOHNSON Expo 97 to showcase more than 300 booths By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News For a good look at the array of products and services companies serving the Memphis market have to offer, the Memphis Area Chamber of Commerces annual busine...