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The Week in Review


Eggs and pancakes? Cereal? Just a coffee to go?

On Sound Bites, Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington discuss the decline of breakfast as a meal, both typically going for something small and fast. Also, the pair throw out ideas for where in the world Panta’s pop-up should present after Portugal. 

Russell Wigginton, president of the National Civil Rights Museum, says on “Behind The Headlines” the museum annex is about to undergo a renovation, which will include digitizing 11,000 items not currently on display. 

Sporting a pair of sunglasses, Kevin Keough, co-owner of the Beauty Shop, sits down with Eric Barnes on The Sidebar to spill stories from Automatic Slim’s and the sweet smell of burnt rosemary. 

Chris Herrington and Drew Hill talk about the franchise’s 11-game winning streak on the Memphis Grizzlies Podcast. Plus, what moves the team can make as the NBA’s trade deadline approaches. 

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