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The Week in Review

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Are you a fan of the Mississippi River? Then, be sure to listen to this week’s edition of The Sidebar. Joe Royer, the co-founder of Outdoors Inc., joined Eric Barnes to talk about kayaking on the Mississippi and much more.

On “Behind The Headlines,” Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland talked about how he hopes a city charter change on police residency is revived and put back on a ballot. 

Preparing your Thanksgiving meal or trying to figure out your plans? Tune in and listen to Chris Herrington, Kelly English and Jennifer Biggs talk turkey.

And, be sure to listen to the Grizzlies Podcast to hear Chris Herrington and Drew Hill talk all things Grizzlies-related.

 

 

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The Outdoors Inc. co-founder joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar

The co-founder of Outdoors Inc. joined Eric Barnes on this week’s episode of The Sidebar

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Memphis' Crime Crisis
 

On “Behind The Headlines,” Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland says he hopes a city charter change on police residency is revived and put back on a ballot for a vote soon. 

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Click; have a listen and feel free to comment about your meal, tell us what the tradition is in your family.

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Jaren Jackson Jr.’s impact doesn’t always appear in the box score. 

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Tigers beat writers Steven Johnson and Frank Bonner II break down what happened in the football loss to East Carolina and what the Tigers need to do to win their sixth game at Houston. 

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Darrick Harris, the consultant to the Shelby County Commission on redistricting, talked with The Daily Memphian about the path to the new district maps approved Nov. 8. 

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Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich talked on “Behind The Headlines” of her concerns about guidelines judicial commissioners use in determining who should be released while they await trial and the second take on a juvenile assessment center.

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The head of Teach for America in Memphis joins Eric Barnes on The Sidebar.

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