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1. Real Estate Veteran Jan Phillips Rejoins Crye-Leike -

Jan O’Kelly Phillips has joined Crye-Leike Realtors’ Germantown-Poplar branch office, marking her return to real estate sales.

2. Amazon Launches Music Streaming for Prime Members -

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Amazon's newly announced music streaming service is yet another attempt by the company to move beyond e-commerce and infuse itself into the daily lives of Americans with an increasing number of offerings –including grocery delivery and streaming TV.

3. Dancing on Broad -

A person doesn’t have to look far to get a feel for the distinctiveness and the uniquely artistic hue that colors Memphis’ Broad Avenue neighborhood.

To cite one example: The neighborhood for eight weeks this summer is hosting a dance party.

4. Editorial: Help Symphony Keep Creating Joyful Sounds -

These are critical times for the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. And it involves more than the organization’s financial problems.

The Memphis Symphony Orchestra’s financial problems may be the price of an unprecedented burst of creativity that lined up with the wallop of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Because the orchestra is, on one level, a business, an argument can be made that the organization should have delayed some of these efforts as the recession settled in for an extended engagement.

5. MEMFix Goes South -

Of the neighborhoods in which the Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team has been working to build retail and commercial trade, none has the amount of history, turmoil, potential and perception problems found in the two blocks east and west of Mississippi Boulevard and Walker Avenue.

6. Health Care’s ‘Lost Opportunity’: A Q&A with Phil Bredesen -

More than two years after leaving state office, Phil Bredesen, the popular former governor and mayor of Nashville, is still on the go. While enjoying a post-political life in Nashville that includes gardening and grandparenting with his wife, Andrea Conte, Bredesen remains active in promoting bipartisan solutions to issues such as the national debt as a speaker and as a member of the Governors’ Council of the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington, D.C.- based think tank.

7. Self-Tucker Focused on Designs to Inspire -

Self-Tucker Architects wants to lift the aspirations of the community through great architecture and design.

The firm is currently involved with a variety of high-profile projects across the area, including the National Civil Rights Museum and the new ground transportation center at Memphis International Airport, and past work includes the Stax Museum, Stax Music Academy and the FedExForum.

8. Real-Time Marketing -

We live in a digital world where we’ve grown accustomed to real-time communication with one another, including with the brands we patronize. Now there is a growing expectation of real-time response from companies large and small. It’s time to become more nimble and proactive – communicating at the same pace as your customers.

9. New Seed Hatchery Season Launches -

This weekend marks the start of the third season of Seed Hatchery, Memphis’ startup accelerator that aims to turn six teams of founders into well-prepared, more polished entrepreneurs.

And from several vantage points, it’s one of the most diverse collections of startup talent in the 90-day bootcamp’s three-year history.

10. Creative Space -

By the time Crosstown Arts occupies space in the 1.5 million-square-foot Sears Crosstown building, it will have completed a solid test run of promoting arts-based community and economic development in Midtown.

11. Rekindling Crosstown -

Video artist Chris Miner says one way to explain the redevelopment of the Sears Crosstown building is likening it to the process of creating art.

“You get into it with a general idea of what you want to do, but then you kind of let it take you wherever you are going to go or wherever the piece wants to go,” he said.

12. Universal, Sony/ATV to Buy EMI for $4.1 Billion -

LOS ANGELES (AP) – EMI Group Ltd., the iconic British music company that is home to The Beatles, Coldplay and Katy Perry, is being split and sold for $4.1 billion.

The deal will open EMI's buyers, Universal Music and Sony/ATV, to regulatory scrutiny as they increase their dominance of the music industry.

13. Memphis Pride Signs Lease At Trinity Ridge -

An up-and-coming Mid-South cheer and tumbling company has signed a new lease to expand its business, a move that will benefit the facility’s students and parents alike.

Memphis Pride is relocating from a 5,000-square-foot space in Cordova Industrial Park to 16,080-square-foot lease at 7740 B Trinity Road, suite 126.

14. Independent Film Circuit Arrives at Buckman -

As director of the Buckman Performing & Fine Arts Center at St. Mary’s School, Cindi Younker has become well versed in music, dance, theater and visual arts, but she’s preparing to add a new discipline to the list with the center’s double debut in film.

15. Fair Game -

During the same week the Mid-South Fairgrounds saw the page turn on its history as home to midways and exhibits when Tiger Lane, the new tailgating feature outside Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium opened, the story of fairs continues in other parts of the community.

16. Rock for Love Turns 4 With Blowout Bash -

The problem with launching a great new event is that after a few years everybody wants to be a part of it. Actually that’s no problem at all for the organizers of Rock for Love 4, benefiting the Church Health Center (CHC).

17. That’s a Rap -

In the time-honored, head-scratching tradition of Memphis music, the man behind the success of Memphis-based Dedicated Music Group is a former member of hard-core rap phenom Three Six Mafia.

Dedicated Music Group, which has two artists nominated for the coveted Dove Awards – gospel music’s most prestigious honor – is headed by Delmar “Mr. Del” Lawrence, who left the secular success of Memphis’ crunk juggernaut for a life of hard work and faith.

18. Tennessee Shakespeare Co. Returns With Performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ -

A young professional theater company that burst onto the Memphis arts scene last year returns to open its second season with dreams and blessings.

“‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is a play about blessing,” said Dan McCleary, founder and artistic director of the Tennessee Shakespeare Co., referring to the company’s latest show that will kick off Wednesday. “Shakespeare wrote it as a blessing for a marriage in Queen Elizabeth’s court. So we’re finding all the blessings inside the text. There is a lot of incantation and magic in it.”

19. New Midtown Boutique Offers Total Fashion Package To All Women -

Arshula Lynn recently put up the open sign at her new business, Main Event Boutique, and then put music from the Black Eyed Peas on the stereo.

The upbeat music streaming onto the sidewalk from 1859 Madison Ave. matched her attitude. She’s ready to help cure people of the economic doldrums.

20. Poet Combines Hip-Hop Style With Christian Message -

Most area music stores have sections for hip-hop and contemporary Christian music, but there haven’t been any albums that could be found in both sections until now. Memphis hip-hop artist Mr. Del released his third solo album June 29 to the delight and perhaps curiosity of local fans.

21. Historic Places, Stories Combine At Heritage Tours Memphis -

Memphis is a fault line for American culture and history, where musical styles converged to create rock ‘n’ roll and racial conflicts erupted to change the nation.

The many episodes that happened along the way are the business of Heritage Tours Memphis. This sightseeing company, which also manages Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum and W.C. Handy Home & Museum, has been telling the city’s history for 25 years.

22. Blues Legend Bland Sues Man Who Claims to be His Son -

Blues legend Bobby “Blue” Bland is suing a California man who claims to be his son, according to court papers the Memphis recording artist has filed.

Bland, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, wants the court to issue an order to stop Rodney Lopes of Sacramento from using his name to promote his musical career. Bland is also seeking $1 million in punitive damages.

23. Butler in Middle of Entertainment Biz Through Law Practice -

Tonya D. Butler is a member of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP’s Intellectual Property Protection & Litigation Service Team. She concentrates her practice on music and entertainment law.

24. Report Finds Tenn. Offered $3 Million To Snag Cyrus Movie -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Tennessee used more than $3 million in incentives to lure Walt Disney Pictures to film “Hannah Montana: The Movie” in the state.

The state Film, Entertainment and Music Commission and its executive director, Perry Gibson, enticed Disney with the money to keep the company from taking the $28 million production about Miley Cyrus’ alter-ego to Louisiana to shoot, The Tennessean reported Sunday.

25. Jones Receives Welcome Home Memphis Designation -

Crye-Leike affiliate broker C. Lauren Jones was the first Realtor in the Memphis market to receive the Welcome Home Memphis designation when she recently earned the honor.

The designation recently was created by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors and is designed to increase affordable housing expertise.

26. American Paper Optics Brings a Third Dimension To the Marketplace -

Two years from now, John Jerit estimates his company, American Paper Optics, will have sold about 1 billion 3-D glasses.

"We're probably reaching about 850 million glasses sold," Jerit said. "We've averaged about 50 million a year in 17
years. But this year, we'll probably sell over 200 million units of glasses or stuff that's used for glasses. I would say that we'll be able to say a billion served probably by the end of 2009."

27. In Defense Of Imus -

As I've watched the controversy build over Don Imus' potshot against the women's basketball team at Rutgers University, I've wholeheartedly agreed with his detractors.

Without a doubt, the shock jock's thoughtless criticism of the team during a morning broadcast April 4 was uncalled for and just plain mean - in a word, reprehensible.

28. Business Partners Prove That Early Birds Get the (Blue) Worm -

On any given weekend, customers at The Blue Worm can hear Memphis Symphony Orchestra violinist Heather Trussell playing the blues.

Trussell said she loves the environment there, because unlike at symphony performances, the audience gives instant feedback.

29. Archived Article: This Week - Memphis Regional Chamber Holds Ambassador Meeting

MAAR Hosts Session on Professional Standards

Jan. 10

The Memphis Regional Chamber hosts a chamber ambassadors meeting from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Central Library, 3030 Poplar Ave. Conta...

30. Archived Article: Trends Focus - Ad agencies expect more activity, less pizzazz

Ad Agencies Expect More Business, Less Pizzazz

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

If the advertising industry were translated into music, 2004 might sound like a familiar tune played at a higher vol...

31. Archived Article: Benchmark - Alaska sues investment firms over WorldCom losses

Alaska sues investment firms over WorldCom losses

The state of Alaska has filed a lawsuit against several major financial institutions to recover money lost in bonds issued by bankrupt WorldCom...

32. Archived Article: Benchmark - MP3 MP3.com, Sony reach agreement MP3.com Inc. has reached a settlement with Sony Music Entertainment. Sony, home to artists such as Mariah Carey, Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen, was one of five major labels that won a copyright suit against MP3.co...

33. Archived Article: Northhaven - By LAURIE JOHNSON Renovations start on Northaven school By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Construction is underway on an expansion and renovation project at Northaven Elementary that will double the schools classroom space and give it a new gymnasium...

34. Archived Article: Tech Focus - Digital versatile disk ? the well-publicized successor to VHS tapes, compact discs and CD-ROMs ? will struggle in the video and music industries but be a major success for the personal computer industry, according to a recent report from Forrester R...

35. 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...