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It’s been more than a year since The Majestic Grille served a steak or a mimosa at brunch, but that all changes this weekend. Owners Deni and Patrick Reilly joined Jennifer Biggs on this week’s Sound Bites podcast to discuss the restaurant’s reopening. 

Reaching those who are the most difficult to reach for COVID-19 vaccinations in Memphis relies on contacts made long before the pandemic. Rev. Keith Norman of Baptist Memorial Health Care and Meritan CEO Melanie Keller talked about the vaccine outreach to the homebound and homeless on “Behind The Headlines.” 

State Rep. Mark White (R-Memphis) says his bill to put the “three Gs” in Germantown’s school district doesn’t answer all the questions, but it is a conversation starter about moving Germantown Elementary, Middle and High schools out of Shelby County Schools.

“The legislation has mainly been put forward to get negotiations going,” he said on this week’s Politics Podcast.

And beat writer Drew Hill and columnist Chris Herrington break down the last week of Grizzlies games and predict how the playoff picture will shape up in the West on this week’s Grizzlies Podcast.

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Majestic Grille owners talk about reopening
 

Deni and Patrick Reilly, the husband and wife team that own The Majestic Grille, are back on Friday and they have the restaurant shined and ready to welcome guests.

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Behind the Headlines: Getting vaccine to the isolated
 

Rev. Keith Norman of Baptist Memorial Health Care and Meritan CEO Melanie Keller talked about the vaccine outreach to the homebound and homeless on “Behind The Headlines.” 

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White says Germantown schools transfer bill gets all sides to the table
 

On The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, state Rep. Mark White acknowledges the bill doesn’t address many of the complexities of the local schools merger and demerger that kept the three namesake Germantown schools in the Shelby County Schools system.

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Playoff race is heating up
 

The Grizzlies are in for a busy month as the playoff race in the West gets tight. 

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Finding a new path to mentoring and engaging youths
 

Ty Cobb joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar

Ty Cobb, who’s been part of mentoring thousands of kids in Memphis over many years, joins Eric Barnes this week on The Sidebar,

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Shift in Shelby County reappraisals would be first in the state
 

Property appraisal expert discusses how the proposal to move to reappraisals every two years instead of every four years would set a precedent for other major cities.

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Measuring the outcomes of the fight against poverty in Memphis
 

A look at Slingshot Memphis on this week's episode of The Sidebar with Eric Barnes

Eric Barnes interviews Jared Barnett, managing director of Slingshot Memphis, about fighting poverty in this week’s episode of The Sidebar.

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Catfish, favorite dishes from Memphis Black Restaurant Week
 

Jennifer Biggs and Chris Herrington revisit their favorites from Memphis Black Restaurant Week and talk about their favorite Southern dish: Fried catfish.

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