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The Week in Review


Natalie Wilson, the executive director of The Overton Park Shell, talks about its upcoming season, their Backstage Experience and the upcoming 70th anniversary of Elvis appearing on stage at The Shell.

Shelby County Juvenile Court Judge Tarik Sugarmon addressed the divide between what the data shows and what the community is feeling Wednesday, July 3, on the WKNO-TV program “Behind The Headlines.”

On a new episode of “On The Record,” the feasibility study for a Memphis hip-hop museum is discussed. On “Sound Bites,” Elwood’s Shack owner Tim Bednarski talks about his nine specialty hot dogs on the “Doggy Style” section of his menu.

Drew Hill and Chris Herrington discuss the Memphis Grizzlies draft picks and answer questions from listeners.

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Juvenile Court Judge Sugarmon talks perceptions versus reality By
Memphis hip-hop museum planners sample thoughts on genre, locations By
Sound Bites: Elwood's Shack owner enthuses about hot dogs By
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Behind the Headlines: ‘River of Time’ will be an immersive tech playground By
The next chapter for Volunteer Odyssey By
Sound Bites: Memphis cheese shop adds fondue, raclette to menu By


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