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The Week in Review


Chris Herrington and Jennifer Biggs reunite to break down Le Bon Apetit, the “Chopped” style fundraiser competition for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, and what Chris ate while he was vacationing in the Pacific Northwest.

With the NBA draft closing in, beat writer Drew Hill and columnist Chris Herrington discuss summer trade possibilities for the Memphis Grizzlies. 

“The community doesn’t buy into it,” said Memphis City Court Judge Tarik Sugarmon about Juvenile Court Judge Dan Michael’s new attitude toward juvenile justice reform. Sugarmon joined Eric Barnes and reporter Bill Dries on  “Behind The Headlines,” saying the change isn’t what it appears to be. 

Molly Quinn, executive director of OutMemphis, sits down with Eric Barnes on The Sidebar to talk about the organization’s work with homeless LGBTQ+ youth, the group’s upcoming Queer Prom and the progress — and struggles — happening in the community.

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Grizzlies podcast: Memphis summer trade possibilities By
Juvenile Court Judge challenger says voters won't 'buy into' change in incumbent's outlook on juvenile justice By
How OUTMemphis supports the LGBTQ+ community in Memphis By
Judge touts 'incredible changes' in Juvenile Court system, his own outlook By
Jennifer Biggs talks COVID, ice cream and her favorite gin and tonics By
Eric and Jennifer talk whiskey, wine and some TV By
State House Speaker says AR-15 ban not the answer to mass shootings By


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