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The Week in Review


The Daily Memphian food reviews are back, and Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington have caught the ranking bug. In this week’s Sound Bites, they talk about their proclivity for lists. 

Jason Baker, the co-executive director of Coaching for Literacy, joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar to talk about his organization, which works with sports teams to spread awareness of literacy rates, and their work to reverse the low numbers.

Former Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy will take over as District Attorney Sept. 1, and Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis is on “Behind the Headlines” to discuss her and the police force’s reaction to the new office.

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MPD chief: Officers' reaction to DA's office, Juvenile Court changes is mixed By
Karen Carrier's influence on Memphis dining; Digging into breakfast barbecue By
New Rhodes College president kicks off three-year residency requirement, copes with dorm delays By
Numbers shift in unofficial vote totals day after election By
Grizzlies podcast: Summer league recap By


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