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1. Last Word: The March & Crowd Estimates and Country Records in Memphis -

Twice now in the last six months, very different protests have drawn thousands of people to the streets in the largest demonstrations we’ve seen since the 1970s – and more importantly, demonstrations that are an entry point for a new generation to many of these issues.

2. Nordstrom Rack Files $1.5M Permit for Memphis Store -

4572 Poplar Ave.

Memphis, TN 38117

Permit Amount: $1.5 million

Project Cost: $25.2 million

Application Date: December 2016

3. Last Word: 2016's Toll, Strickland & Herenton and Downtown Hotel Changes Hands -

The city’s homicide count was at 228 as 2016 came to an end, breaking the old 1993 record.

In a few years maybe there will be a better idea of the larger trend that made 2016 a more violent year. Memphis Police Director Michael Rallings has said gangs were a factor in more homicides but not necessarily most of them – or if they did, it still remained an act between two people who knew each other and being in a gang wasn’t necessarily what set off the violent reaction.

4. Downtown Hotel Sells for Nearly $6 Million -

A Downtown Memphis hotel property has sold for $5.9 million.

A Georgia business named 22 North Third LLC purchased the Econo Lodge Downtown and its garage, located at 22 N. B.B. King Blvd and 28 N. B.B. King Blvd., from Bluff City Partners LLC in a Dec. 29 warranty deed. Mabra Holeyfield signed the deed as chief manager of Bluff City Partners.

5. Medical District Using Tactical Urbanism to Increase Walkability -

Redevelopment in dense city centers provides a unique set of problems for urban planners. Decades and sometimes centuries of overlapping growth make utilizing every possible square foot of land a necessity.

6. Bridging Imagination and Reality -

GETTING A BIG IDEA ACROSS. A few years ago, I heard about a big idea and wrote about it. Next month, that idea becomes Big River Crossing, an inspirational bridge between imagination and reality.

7. Concerts, Pop-Up Events and Beer Gardens Are Feeding Business at The TapBox -

A traveling beer-mobile with a variety of taps on the side for easy pouring might sound like a dream straight from Homer Simpson’s head, but partners McCauley Williams, J.R. Kingsley and Justin Brooks of The TapBox have turned that dream into a reality, creating several multi-tap refrigerated devices that are popping up at more events across Memphis.

8. Pop-Up Beer Garden Planned for Downtown -

The city of Memphis will host a pop-up beer garden series to invigorate an underutilized public park. As part of the Fourth Bluff Fridays series, the city and its partners will transform Memphis Park next to the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at 1 N. Front St. into a family-friendly beer garden.

9. Memphis Property Hub Using Micro-Level Data to Drive Solutions -

The effects of blight, like boarded-up windows and overgrown lawns, are clear to see. While the methods used to track blight are less apparent, an effort is underway to streamline property data so that government agencies and community development groups can tailor solutions at a neighborhood level.

10. Pop-Up Beer Garden Planned for Downtown -

The city of Memphis will host a pop-up beer garden series to invigorate an underutilized public park. As part of the Fourth Bluff Fridays series, the city and its partners will transform Memphis Park next to the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at 1 N. Front St. into a family-friendly beer garden.

11. Helping Hand -

Cindy MacAulay started collecting a flurry of news articles last year about restaurants opening in Memphis, new businesses setting up shop here and on ways the city is improving and growing.

It was research about the city she’s in the process of making her new home.

12. New Tech901 Expands City’s Tech Field -

A new nonprofit has launched in Memphis to help guide technology job growth, while showing outside companies advantages of doing business in the Bluff City.

Tech901’s mission is to train current and potential Memphians for a variety of technology jobs while working with employers to increase the local technology job base.

13. My Kind of Crazy -

CRAZY LIKE CHISCA. Lauren Crews told me that people think he’s crazy.

After all, he paddled a canoe from the Twin Cities to New Orleans – just him and his dog. He rode a bike to New Orleans, too, all the way down Highway 61 in the summer, the heat driving him dizzy into ditches.

14. West Memphis Kitchen Incubator Is Cooking -

A West Memphis kitchen incubator has found its first user.

Bluff City Barbecue Supply is the first group to use Delta Cuisine: A Southern Kitchen, the community kitchen housed at the new Jeremy Jacobs Hospitality Management Center at Mid-South Community College.

15. West Memphis Kitchen Incubator is Cooking -

A West Memphis kitchen incubator has found its first user.

Bluff City Barbecue Supply is the first group to use Delta Cuisine: A Southern Kitchen, the community kitchen housed at the new Jeremy Jacobs Hospitality Management Center at Mid-South Community College.

16. Council Pursues Budget Loose Ends, Votes on Brewery Funding -

Memphis City Council members will vote Tuesday on $2.5 million in city funding for the Tennessee Brewery redevelopment.

The members also have budget changes to work out before final budget votes later this month. They will tackle those issues during a Tuesday morning committee session.

17. Pinnacle CEO Talks Memphis Plans in Wake of Acquisition -

Flush from its newly announced acquisition of Magna Bank and the hire of a team from First Tennessee Bank, the newest entrant into the Memphis banking market already is looking down the road, planning more hires and a careful expansion of Magna’s existing footprint.

18. Chamber Wants to Clean Up Memphis -

If Greater Memphis Chamber officials get their wish, Memphis will be the nation’s cleanest city by 2019.

The chamber will spearhead a four-year effort to help clean up the litter and waste found in so many corners of the Bluff City, an ambitious new “moon mission” for the economic and community development organization.

19. Chamber Plans City Clean-Up, Announces Grants -

If Greater Memphis Chamber officials get their wish, Memphis will be the nation’s cleanest city by 2019.

The chamber will spearhead a four-year effort to help clean up the litter and waste found in so many corners of the Bluff City, an ambitious new “moon mission” for the economic and community development organization.

20. Sharp & Robbins Names Popwell Partner -

Chris Popwell has been named the newest partner at Sharp & Robbins Construction, which will now operate as Sharp, Robbins & Popwell LLC. Popwell joined Sharp & Robbins’ Memphis office in 2008 as an estimator/project manager and most recently served as general operations manager of the Nashville office since 2012.

21. City Council Reviews Fire Budget -

Memphis City Council members resume budget deliberations Tuesday, May 20, in committee sessions that take up half of the council day at City Hall.

Most of the time spent in the budget committee, chaired by council member Lee Harris, will be devoted to a review of the Memphis Fire Department budget proposal.

22. Delinquent Taypayers Identified on Social Media -

The Shelby County trustee is calling out Shelby County’s biggest delinquent taxpayers on the Internet.

Starting this week, Shelby County Trustee David Lenoir will begin posting on social media the names and property addresses of the county’s largest delinquent property tax payers based on total taxes owed.

23. Delinquent Taxpayers Identified on Social Media -

The Shelby County trustee is calling out Shelby County’s biggest delinquent taxpayers on the Internet.

Starting this week, Trustee David Lenoir will begin posting on social media the names and property addresses of the county’s largest delinquent property tax payers based on total taxes owed.

24. Pote Builds Bridges Through Seedco Community Work -

Seedco is a national nonprofit whose mission statement since 1987 has been “to advance economic opportunity for people, businesses and communities in need.”

This is done, says Lisa Pote, senior vice president for Seedco’s Mid-South regional office, by working with individuals and businesses, and within the communities themselves, “to be a contribution to the communities that we’re in.” Seedco has been working within Shelby County since 2004, and has 30 employees.

25. Chandler Takes Center Stage as GPAC Executive Director -

For Paul Chandler, all of Memphis is a stage. The executive director of the Germantown Performing Arts Center has made a career of bringing talent to the city and helping to showcase the homegrown sort, as well.

26. ‘Intertwined’ -

In 2007, the Grizzlies were no longer a novelty in Memphis. They also were no longer a playoff team. Rather, they were a punch line lost in the expansive blue and gray shadow of the University of Memphis and a fast-talking operator/coach named John Calipari.

27. Henry Turley Co. Files Permits for South Junction -

727 E. Mann Circle; 726. E. Mann Circle; 725 W. Mann Circle; 35 W. Georgia Ave.; 649 Florida St.; 18 W. Carolina Ave.; 9 E. Carolina Ave.
Memphis, TN 38103
Permit Costs: $1.5 million; $1.5 million; $1.5 million; $1.5 million; $1.5 million; $1.5 million; $1.4 million

28. Former Ike’s on Summer Sells for $2.7 Million -

4569 Summer Ave. Memphis, TN 38122

Sale Amount: $2.7 million

Sale Date: May 17, 2013

29. Business Executives Discuss Grizzlies' Impact -

For years, FedEx Corp. has brought in 50 of the nation’s leading MBA students to try and recruit them to Memphis.

30. Grizzlies Owners Tout ‘Sustained Success’ -

Every year, FedEx Corp. brings in 50 of the nation’s leading MBA students to try and recruit them to Memphis.

After a three-day weekend of briefing those young professionals on the company and civic culture, an exit survey is conducted with those who didn’t choose FedEx. The No. 1 reason for why they opted out of Memphis? The lack of professional sports teams.

31. Startup Ground Zero -

For three days over the past week, Memphis was effectively ground zero for technologists, startup founders, investors and entrepreneurs from near and far.

For that, the city can thank the organizers of the Everywhere Else startup conference who, with help from a collection of sponsors and supporters, took what was initially going to be called “Pitchmas,” happening last December, and refashioned it in a matter of months.

32. Brooks Brothers Relocating to Saddle Creek -

High-end clothier chain Brooks Brothers plans to open a new location at The Shops of Saddle Creek West in Germantown.

The New York City-based retailer will open in 7,500 square feet of space at 7509 Poplar Ave. by early June, taking over the two suites formerly occupied by Indigo and Talbots Men’s. Indigo last month relocated and expanded two spaces down into the old Natural Body Spa & Shoppe space.

33. Time for Memphians to Rejoice Yet Again -

Each year, a Chicago firm called Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. publishes a tongue-in-cheek report on the nation’s lost productivity during March Madness.

34. Cherry Back to Roots at Dunavant Enterprises -

Russel Cherry, longtime general counsel at Dunavant Enterprises Inc., grew up in a family that raised sporting dogs and had originally planned to be a veterinarian.

35. Herbalife Plans to Expand Memphis Distribution Center -

5025 Crumpler Road
Memphis, TN 38141

Permit Cost: $4.8 million

Permit Date: Applied August 2012

36. Minority Business Development Agency Opens State’s First Business Center in Memphis -

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Friday officially opened its first business center in the state of Tennessee at 158 Madison Ave., Suite 101, in Downtown Memphis.

37. Grant to Improve Med Usage Among High-Risk Patients -

A group of community health care partners will receive an award to improve medication adherence and effective medication usage among high-risk patients in Northwest and Southwest Memphis.

The award for nearly $3 million from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Innovation Center will be administered through partners University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Methodist North Hospital; Methodist South Hospital; QSource; United Healthcare; BlueCross BlueShield and its BlueCare Medicaid plan; Southwest Tennessee Community College; Tennessee Pharmacists Association; and the Bluff City, Bin Sina, and Memphis Medical Societies.

38. Mahaffey Tent has Local Events, Businesses Covered -

Mahaffey Tent & Party Rentals is one of only two Memphis companies recently named to the 2012 Inner City 100, a list of the fastest-growing inner city companies in the United States.

The list was compiled by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City – a nonprofit research and strategy organization focused on U.S. inner city economies and the businesses that thrive there – and published in Fortune Magazine.

39. Construction Loan Filed To Develop Lamar Crossing -

2881 Lamar Ave.
Memphis, TN 38114

Loan Amount: $5.4 million

Loan Date: March 1, 2012

40. Construction Loan Filed for Lamar Crossing Apts. -

A $5.4 million construction loan has been filed for Lamar Crossing Apartments at 2881 Lamar Ave., a complex that in recent years has been held by a number of owners and the subject of multiple development efforts.

41. Bluff City Coffee Inks New Space -

Bluff City Coffee, the coffee and snack shop in Downtown’s South Main Historic Arts District, has recently unveiled some aggressive expansion plans.

The local eatery has leased a 3,000-square-foot kitchen in the Pembroke Building, 119 S. Main St., in the space behind the Center for Southern Folklore.

42. Patrick Travels Long Road Before Opening Rizzos -

Michael Patrick came to Memphis in 1997. Things are finally starting to look up.

“Well, maybe that’s an exaggeration,” the chef said, sitting at the front sun-drenched table in his three-month-old Rizzos Diner. “At certain times, my time in Memphis has been disappointing. Sometimes it was going great, and then I had the carpet pulled out from under me. I got the rep of a person who had too many jobs.”

43. Philanthropic Photography -

Whereas many people are accustomed to ignoring the homeless, photographer Bill Piacesi devotes himself to taking a closer look.

Black-and-white portraits capturing the weary, forgotten faces of Memphis’ most disenfranchised individuals adorn his workspace inside The Commons, a multi-tenant nonprofit center at 258 N. Merton St. in the city’s Binghampton neighborhood.

44. Project Better Care Aims to Improve Primary Care -

Healthy Memphis Common Table has launched a program to help support primary care practices in delivering the best patient care possible.

Project Better Care is an initiative engaging primary care practices, health plans, physician-hospital organizations and their patients in improving the care they provide in ambulatory settings.

45. Back into the Fold -

Before there was South Bluffs, there was French Fort.

Before the Hernando DeSoto Bridge was built and city zoning regulations placed more distance between commercial, industrial and residential areas, this neighborhood by the trio of older Mississippi River bridges south of Downtown survived in one of the most historic and isolated parts of the city.

46. Agape Launches GED Pilot Program -

The Bluff City has been an active player in the Talent Dividend, an initiative to increase the number of college graduates in the Memphis Metropolitan area by 1 percent over the next five years, which could generate a $1 billion annual increase in personal income.

47. New Eateries Coming to Midtown -

Midtown has a reputation for one of Memphis’ most eclectic areas, adorned with vintage houses, international cuisine and funky entertainment venues.

In the coming weeks, it will broaden its portfolio even more with three Memphis eateries: Gigi’s Cupcakes, The Slider Inn and a yet-to-be named concept in Cooper-Young.

48. Belgian Professor Discusses Biotech Ties to Memphis -

The Bluff City and the city of Liége in Belgium, this year’s Memphis in May International Festival-honored country, are both growing hubs of biotech research and incubation.

And as part of the business exchange activities between Memphis and Belgium, representatives from Memphis’ business, government and scientific community Thursday gathered at the Memphis Bioworks Conference Center, 20 Dudley St., to hear professor Joseph A. Martial of the University of Liége speak during a luncheon event.

49. Mark’s Menus Brings Ease to Restaurant, Menu Searches -

Scott Brown, head of technology for Microplace.com, eBay’s microfinance initiative, left Silicon Valley in July 2008 and returned to his native Memphis to launch a technology start-up.

50. Playback Memphis Taps Into City’s Narrative -

As a well-traveled Memphian, Virginia Murphy believes her hometown has a story to tell.

“I grew up in Memphis, and I know the deep well of pain we all live on top of, trying to just deal with it,” said the former New Yorker via San Francisco. “Communication-wise, it feels very broken.”

51. Rally Time -

As soon as he heard the Memphis Redbirds were coming to town in 1998, Buddy Young bought season tickets and has renewed them every year since.

From the first two seasons at the old Tim McCarver Stadium to the debut of AutoZone Park in 2000, from Albert Pujols’ walkoff home run that won the Pacific Coast League title the first season at AutoZone to last year’s championship run, Young has been a die-hard Redbirds supporter.

52. Spirit of Memphis Rebuffs ‘Miserable’ Status -

The Spirit of Memphis community engagement meeting Tuesday evening opened with participants raising their right hands, solemnly swearing to defend the city against “all negativity, Forbes and domestic.”

53. Housing Divided -

A couple of years ago, when Clay Thompson of Memphis decided it was time to stop renting, he set his sights on the Downtown condominium market. He was especially interested in the old warehouses in the South Main Historic Arts District that had been converted to condos.

54. CCC to Post Webisodes of Downtown Fun -  

A fictional character named JG cuts a rug on the crowded dance floor at The Rumba Room, Downtown Memphis’ Latin-flavored nightclub. He savors mojitos and surveys the floor for salsa partners.

One giveaway that he’s not a regular patron is the microphone he carries with a label attached to it that reads “Get Down.” JG – whose alter-ego is Memphis actor Brett Magdovitz – is part of a Web-based production called “Get Down” that’s launching Thursday at noon on www.livefrommemphis.com and www.downtownmemphis.com.

Comprised of 10 roughly four-minute “webisodes,” the project is by volunteer arts group Live From Memphis in partnership with the Center City Commission. As its name suggests, the series will showcase a smorgasbord of what Downtown has to offer while unfolding around the antics of the series’ fictional characters.

It’s promoted on Live From Memphis’ Web site with the tagline: “No fluff, just fun on the bluff.” Webisodes will be available for viewing Thursdays at noon.

To a monitor near you

The concept is not unlike what Comedy Central’s popular faux news program “The Daily Show” pulls off each night, where members of a fictional news team satirize the business with their unique spins on covering real news.

“We hired Live From Memphis to create a series of viral webisodes, but we really wanted it to be more than a documentary,” said Leslie Gower, vice president of marketing and communications for the CCC. “We wanted it to be funny and bizarre and crazy enough that people wanted to send it around to other people.

“The concept was to have a variety show, with these two characters using Downtown as sort of their playground. So you see them shopping, partying and doing all sorts of different things Downtown.”

The Live From Memphis producers met with representatives of the CCC last month and pitched the idea. After getting a thumbs-up from the Downtown agency, shooting on “Get Down” began during the last week of August and stretched into the first few weeks of this month.

‘Playful and fun’

Magdovitz and John Pickle are the Memphis actors tapped to bring the series to life.

Chris Reyes and myself came up with this concept to do a variety show,” said local filmmaker Sarah Fleming, referring to Live From Memphis’ founder.

She and Reyes co-produced “Get Down.”

“It’s kind of like the way ‘The Ali G Show’ and ‘The Daily Show’ touch on stuff that’s cool and happening, and at the same time it’s very playful and fun,” Fleming said. “There’s not really a plot. Nothing is scripted. Basically we took some professional actors here in town, worked with them to develop characters and then took those characters and put them in real situations.”

After tomorrow, a new episode of the show will be posted every Thursday for the next nine weeks. One of those goals, besides promoting Downtown’s unique atmosphere and culture, is for the episodes to be memorable enough for viewers to want to share them with friends.

“That’s one of the reasons we decided to go a comedic route,” Fleming said. “Those things are more likely to get shared.”

The production represents a further push into social and new media outlets by the CCC, which already interacts with people and promotes events through tools such as the Internet networking sites Twitter and Facebook.

“We are looking at new ways of communicating with our market,” Gower said. “So we sort of gave (the Live From Memphis team) a loose framework of what we were looking for, and they came up with a concept that we loved.”


55. Events -

The Memphis Bar Association will hold a continuing legal education seminar today from noon to 1 p.m. at 200 Jefferson Ave., sixth floor. Judges David Kennedy, Jennie Latta, George Emerson and Paulette Delk will speak about reaffirmation agreements. To register, visit www.memphisbar.org/cle.

56. U of M’s Heath Given Distinguished Teaching Award -

Dr. Julia Heath, professor of economics at the University of Memphis, has been honored with the Kenneth G. Elzinga Distinguished Teaching Award by the Southern Economic Association.

57. Farris Bobango Branan Looks Ahead -

The law firm formerly known as Farris Matthews Branan Bobango Hellen & Dunlap PLC recently shortened its name to Farris Bobango Branan PLC and implemented a new plan of growth.

The firm was founded in the 1950s by Henry Hancock and William Farris, the father of John Farris, a member in the firm. Over the years, the firm has evolved, merging with other firms. Now the 41-member firm Farris Bobango Branan has offices in Downtown, East Memphis and Nashville. The firms’ partners in July shortened its name as part of a rebranding and growth plan.

58. Welcome to Dixie, Christine -

This has been a busy week for Christine Sun. And judging by the nature of her job, it only stands to get busier.

Sun, a well-known gay rights attorney, just began her new post Monday leading the American Civil Liberties Union's (ACLU) lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights work in the South.

59. Relationships, Client Needs Behind Husch Eppenberger Offshoot -

Jennifer Ziegenhorn is not from Memphis, but after more than 13 years practicing law here, says she is beginning to feel very much at home in the Bluff City.

Ziegenhorn moved to Memphis right after graduating from law school at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville in 1993.Ziegenhorn recently was promoted to equity partner of the Memphis office of Husch & Eppenberger LLC. She also will head the firm's commercial litigation and dispute resolution group.

60. After Breaking Out On Their Own, directFX Owners Want Long-Term Success -

DirectFX Solutions was created over a cup of coffee in 2003.

Founding partners Chris Warner and Kush Shah, who were working for Pitney Bowes Office Systems in Nashville at the time, started making extended "sales calls" at a local coffee shop to discuss the idea of venturing off on their own.

61. Scratching a Niche: Retailers find comfy home in urban core -

Leslie Lawhon, a displaced New Yorker, parlayed her love of fashion and jewelry into a new boutique. Frank Cole started a full-service salon. And Stan Holmes, a Memphis Realtor, just opened a coffee shop with a twist.

62. Pinch District Gets Pinch of Renewal with New Condos -

Downtown's Pinch District is about to get a big dose of economic activity.

The $9 million Pinch Place, the $5 million Harbor Lights and the $2.1 million Turning Pointe condominium developments are in varying stages of construction on a block bounded by Auction, North Main and Front streets and North Parkway.

63. Businesses Rely More on Tech Tools, Less on Travel -

Like many of today's companies, Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc. isn't limited to one location.

EPE, the corporate entity created by the Elvis Presley Trust to manage its assets, has a home office in the Bluff City, as well as a two-person office in Los Angeles. Despite the distance, though, staying in touch isn't a problem. Instead of requiring a plane ticket and hotel reservation before staff meetings can be held, the organization depends on an increasingly popular tool: videoconferencing technology.

64. Archived Article: Lead - Downtown Neighborhood Rising in Popularity

Downtown Developers Eye The Edge

Revitalization efforts moving beyond Downtown core


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65. Archived Article: Lead - Turgeon interview

More Condos to Join Downtown Mix

South Front project adds 34 units in growing arts district


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As Downtown housing growth continues at a strong clip, another project is gearing up to join the ...

66. Archived Article: Real Recap - Harmony Woods

Construction Begins on Tax Credit Property

Harmony Woods


Cost: $2.2 million

Borrower: Harmony Woods Apartments LP

Lender: PNC Bank NA

Trustee: Community Equity and Title Co.

Property: 4.05 acres near ...

67. Archived Article: Multifam (lead) - The Living is Easy Downtown

In Downtown Memphis, the Living is Easy

Myriad housing options bring more residents Downtown


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68. Archived Article: Homeless (lead) - Beginning in 2002, the Memphis Police Department, in an effort to help curb illegal panhandling particularly Downtown, created an environmental court

Officials Address Panhandling Problem

Businesses, agencies help police deter solicitation


69. Archived Article: Real Recap - STACEY On the second one down, I used the term Peabody Place Centre Condominium etc

Greystar Refinances Preserve at Southwind 7991 Capilano Drive

Memphis, TN 38125

Cost: $17.1 million

Borrower: Southwind Multifamily LP

Lender: Metropo...

70. Archived Article: Auction (lead) - Mixed building development eyes Islanders

Uptown Area Set for More Development

Mixed-use building to add retail options for Downtowners


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About 10 years ago, a group of five people who became friends after sep...

71. Archived Article: Prom 3 (lead) - ANDREW BELL

Promenade Debate Centers on Buildings

Officials, citizens mull over options for library, post office


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Although the specific changes that will occur at the six-acre property known as the Memphis Pr...

72. Archived Article: Gov Focus - Building mix would fund bluff extension, pedestrian gathering place

Promenade Proposal Offers Commercial, Public Spaces


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The Memphis Promenade, which lies at the heart of Downtown Memphis stretch of riverfront p...

73. Archived Article: Small Biz Focus - Terry Ramsey, Vice President of RidAll Pest Control

Photo Shop Changes With Customers Needs


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For nearly 100 years, Memphis Photo Supply has helped people capture lifes memories.

The stores employees do everyt...

74. Archived Article: Lead - Lead

Riverfront Planners Seek Public Input

Second public meeting will help finalize plans


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Its meant for public use, so it makes sense to gather community input on a project meant to bring Memphians down to t...

75. Archived Article: Marketplace - Redbirds prepare to host Triple-As best

Redbirds prepare to host Triple-As best


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Beyond popcorn and peanuts, in getting a feel for the upcoming Triple-A All-Star Game in Memphis, all one has to do is review l...

76. Archived Article: Standout - Heart beats Heart beats


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His physician father a medic at the Battle of the Bulge during World War II didnt push him to follow in his footsteps; rather, it was the challenges both of becoming a doctor, then pract...

77. Archived Article: Marketplace (riverfront) - Riverfront market a vision of water activities and bluff entertainment Development will quicken flow of riverfront marketplace By SUE PEASE The Daily News The Mississippi River that flows by this metropolis is the reason the city of Memphis is here....

78. Archived Article: Assisi P.2 - Assisi Foundation Awards Grants for Literacy Initiative Assisi awards literacy grants Eleven projects dealing with the promotion of community-wide reading and learning received Assisi Foundation grants recently. The University of Memphis program, &q...

79. Archived Article: Ent (lead) - Goodman Road Memphis ENT group opens DeSoto office By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Memphis-based Otolaryngology Associates of the Mid-South has opened a satellite office in DeSoto County, at 975 Swinnea Ridge Road in Southaven. The practice, which ...