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The Week in Review

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Podcast Restaurateurs want faster COVID test turnaround
 

Restaurants are not required to close, but Deni Reilly and Erling Jensen say they feel they have no choice, that they are responsible for keeping their employees and guests safe and with quick results, they could reopen faster.

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video New voting system to wait until after November presidential election
 

On "Behind The Headlines," Shelby County Elections Administrator Linda Phillips says some upgraded digital scanners that are part of the new system will be used in the August vote count and again in November. She expects the November presidential general election Shelby County to be a record-setter in terms of turnout.

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Podcast The Grizzlies are back!
 

Beat reporter Drew Hill and columnist Chris Herrington discuss life in the NBA bubble “suburbs” and devise a plan for coach Taylor Jenkins to replace injured point guard Tyus Jones.

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Video How the Brooks Museum is adapting to life under coronavirus
 

Emily Neff joins Eric Barnes for this week's edition of The Extra Podcast

The Brooks Museum is on a "soft pause" as it adapts to the new realities of restrictions on public spaces and an economic downturn. 

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Podcast Billingsley says Ford-Ray dueling letters 'pretty antagonistic'
 

On The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, the County Commission chairman says the differences between the two don't appear to extend to the rest of the commission. Mark Billingsley also said he hopes to move to lift the county hiring budget freeze once there is a reconciliation of the budget approved by the commission last month after rejecting Mayor Lee Harris's original proposal.

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Video Pandemic planning looks ahead to winter and traditional flu season
 

Two local leaders in the pandemic fight said on "Behind The Headlines" there would be a stronger-than-usual push for flu vaccinations. Shelby County Health Department Director Alisa Haushalter also said the role of schools in the pandemic makes reopening them – virtually or in person – an important part of battling the virus.

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Podcast The impact of the $40 million gift to LeMoyne-Owen College
 

President Carol Johnson-Dean talks to Eric Barnes on the Extra Podcast

Carol Johnson-Dean, president of LeMoyne-Owen College, discusses how the $40 million gift came to be.

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Podcast The Grizzlies get bad news
 

In the latest Daily Memphian Grizzlies podcast, beat writer Drew Hill and columnist Chris Herrington discuss the first bit of bad news to come from the NBA bubble for Memphis.

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