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Michael Finger

The true story of the Wandering Weevils of Arkansas A&M College, who lost almost every game they played — on purpose. more

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Half a century old, the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association is needed now more than ever. more

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Tucked away in Memphis' corners and side streets are small businesses that just keep on keepin' on; you can keep time on them. We picked two hands' full, and have taken to calling them "Nooks and Crannies." What can we say? It fits. more

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The Memphis Flyer, Memphis magazine, and Inside Memphis Business were winners in this 11-state regional journalism competition hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists. more

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Karen Pulfer Focht

When his son was born with diabetes, Dr. Kashif Latif found his true calling. more

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Kennard Brown

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An executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Dr. Kennard Brown believes UT "has a social responsibility to offer everybody an equal opportunity to contribute to the greater good." more

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Mearl Purvis

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Mearl Purvis, one of the best-known anchors in Memphis television history, has been the news anchor at WHBQ Fox 13 for 13 years. She recalls what her parents taught her: "You can't let hate eat you up from the inside out." more

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Martin Luther King, Jr. 4/3/68

University of Memphis Special Collections

An account of Dr. Martin Luther King's final 31 hours and 28 minutes. more

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Brandon Dill

A deep dive into some of the best work by one of Memphis' busiest freelance photographers. more

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Chambers Chapel United Methodist Church is a testament to the Shelby County families who built it — and have preserved it for generations to come. more

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New Memphis hosted a seminar on the urban renaissance of Memphis. more

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Brad Jones

Forty years after his death, we look back at four decades of Elvis in the pages of Memphis magazine. more

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Meet the Memphis boy who grew up to become the most wanted man in America. more

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One patient’s success story with a new type of cardiac ablation. more

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A look at the work of the architect who built Memphis. more

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One of our city's most influential architects — designer of Memphis International Airport, among other landmarks —has passed away. more

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How the automobile changed our city more

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Dowdy talks about Nadia Price’s donation, a “wish list” of other historical items, and more. more

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Dr. S. Terry Canale looks back on 40 years of orthopedic medicine in Memphis. more

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