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The Week in Review


Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland talks about coming to the end of his eight-year tenure as mayor in the first part of a two-part interview on “Behind The Headlines.”

In this week’s “Sound Bites,” Bianca Phillips, Natalie Van Gundy and Holly Whitfield go through their lists of food-inspired gift ideas. Think special bottles of locally distilled bourbon, a tea-party experience, international snack packs and Memphis-made treats.

Kevin Sharp of The Dixon Gallery and Gardens joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar to talk about art exhibits, educational programs — and the massive irrigation project in the gardens. 

Drew Hill and Chris Herrington discuss the doom and gloom surrounding the Grizzlies and share their appreciation for Jacob Gilyard.

Host Greg Gaston, senior writer Tim Buckley and beat writers Frank Bonner II and Parth Upadhyaya break down all things Tigers football and basketball.

As part of a series of conversations about our anniversary Sept. 18 — including interviews with board chair Andy Cates, columnist Dan Conaway and more — Eric Barnes sat down with our editorial director, Mary Cashiola, and our digital director, Holly Whitfield.

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Sound Bites: The Daily Memphian's food gift guide By
How the Dixon began its 'Black Artists in America' series By
Grizzlies podcast: Doom, gloom and Gilyard appreciation By
Tigers Podcast: SMU game looms, Memphis basketball off to a nice start By
How The Daily Memphian has evolved as it approaches its sixth year By
Memphis park leaders talk controversy, collaboration and more By
Sound Bites: Meet The Daily Memphian’s restaurant real estate reporter  By


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