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The Week in Review

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In this week’s news, Shelby County Elections Administrator Linda Phillips said, given current conditions, the public should see the county’s unofficial election results completed around midnight Nov. 3. Plus, Former Memphis City Council member Harold Collins and Just City Director Josh Spickler said that, for all of the talk of changing police, MPD is still policing the way it has for decades. Pat Mitchell-Worley, the executive director of Stax Music Academy and host of Beale Street Caravan, discussed the opportunities music offers young Memphians, and Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington discussed cooking at home.
 
 
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Absentee votes will complicate election night returns
 

Shelby County Elections Administrator Linda Phillips, on The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, says the unofficial vote count may be tallied by midnight Nov. 3. But counting absentee ballots is a complex process.

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Police reform discussion focuses on questions of what is real change
 

Former Memphis City Council member Harold Collins and Just City Director Josh Spickler said on “Behind The Headlines” that for all of the talk of changing police, MPD is still policing the way it has for decades. 

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Pat Mitchell-Worley on Memphis music, how music can empower youths and a band called Saliva
 

The executive director of Stax Music Academy and host of Beale Street Caravan joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar

Pat Mitchell-Worley, the executive director of Stax Music Academy and host of Beale Street Caravan, joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar.

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Food writers talk about how they cook at home these days
 

Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington talk about what they’ve been cooking, how recipes are little more than suggestions, and as it happens, about tacos and Asian food.

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MLGW-TVA discussion must move faster, city council member says
 

Memphis City Council member Jeff Warren on The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast says there could still be an agreement on the next step in the MLGW-TVA issue. He also warns that the Tennessee Legislature could close the door on a possible MLGW exit from TVA if there isn’t a shorter timeline.

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Bartlett, Germantown school leaders see more students returning soon
 

Germantown Municipal Schools District Superintendent Jason Manuel and Bartlett City Schools Superintendent David Stephens talked on “Behind The Headlines” about changing local health department requirements that require students in schools to wear masks and be 6 feet apart at all times.

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Robby Grant of WYXR on his life as a musician
 

Robby joins Eric Barnes on this first edition of The Sidebar radio show and podcast

Daily Memphian CEO Eric Barnes talks with musician and the executive director of WYXR about music, his career and the new radio station in The Extra podcast.

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Nick Scott talks about his COVID closure and his new restaurant
 

Nick Scott talks with Jennifer Biggs on our new Sound Bites podcast/radio show about what it was like to have Alchemy closed for 11 weeks and about his plans for Salt | Soy, opening soon on Broad.

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