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Delta Farm Press
Delta Farm Press

Memphis, TN

(800) 441-1410


This Week in Agribusiness, Nov. 28, 2020
11/28/2020 6:00am

Giving thanks, tax planning, tech gift ideas, cranberry harvest and equipment are featured this week.

FFA officer spotlight: Artha Jonassaint
11/28/2020 5:55am

The southern region leader talks about rewards and challenges of FFA.

Colorful, captivating Cuba: Worth another look
11/28/2020 4:00am

Despite a tragic past and political differences, Cuba is full of potential for U.S. trade.

Maximize the farm voice in climate conversations
11/27/2020 1:15pm

The Around Farm Progress Podcast explores the work of one organization aiming to have a seat at the table when ideas for climate action surface in the future

Afternoon Market Recap for Nov. 27, 2020
11/27/2020 1:00pm

Grains carve out post-Thanksgiving gains

Memphis Business Journal
Memphis Business Journal

651 Oakleaf Office Ln
Memphis, TN 38117   Directions

(901) 523-1000


Delta pilots ratify agreement to avoid furloughs
11/25/2020 2:31pm

The Delta Master Executive Council voted to ratify a cost-cutting agreement that will avoid involuntary furloughs.

How FedEx Ground plans to meet record demand this peak season
11/25/2020 12:48pm

To help handle increasing levels of volume, FedEx Ground has opened six new regional sortation facilities throughout the country.

From West Africa to Memphis: The culinary journey of Bala Tounkara of Bala's Bistro
11/25/2020 12:24pm

In Bala Tounkaras culture, men did not cook. But, he said, his family recognized the importance of steady employment.

A pandemic education: Training the next generation of health care workers
11/25/2020 11:56am

Hands-on health care education masked and distanced partners with virtual learning as local colleges adapt curriculums.

See inside: New Downtown apartment complex nears completion, Landing highest rents in the city
11/25/2020 11:46am

We make sure every touchpoint the customer comes in contact with mimics what you would have at a Ritz-Carlton hotel. Our on-site team has the power within a reasonable dollar amount to make customers happy.

Memphis Flyer
Memphis Flyer

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


Tigers 10, Navy 7
11/28/2020 9:33pm

Memphis and Navy played Saturday night like a pair of programs knock out of alignment by the coronavirus. In the lowest-scoring game Memphis has played since 1999, the Tigers came away with a victory thanks to a 26-yard field goal by senior kicker Riley Patterson in the fourth quarter. The three points proved to be just enough when Navy kicker Bijan Nichols pushed a 45-yard attempt just right of his target on the ensuing possession. With the win, Memphis improves to 6-2 for the season and 4-2 in the American Athletic Conference. After winning their first three league games, Navy has now lost three in a row and falls to 3-3 in the AAC 3-5 overall. The Tigers first road win of the season came ugly. In the first half, Memphis punted the ball three times, lost a fumble by Tahj Washington after a lengthy gain, and saw a Patterson field-goal attempt from 52 yards sail right. Their only points came on a 14-yard scoring strike from senior quarterback Brady White to junior receiver Calvin Austin. That touchdown, late in the first quarter, tied the score at seven and would be the games last tally before Pattersons game-winning field goal in the fourth quarter. Sophomore safety Quindell Johnson came up big, particularly in the first half, ending one drive with a fourth-down tackle behind the line of scrimmage, then ending the next with an interception inside the Tigers 20-yard line. Freshman linebacker Cole Mashburn recovered a Navy fumble early in the fourth quarter to extinguish another Midshipman drive. White completed 18 of 32 passes for 205 yards, leaving him within 100 yards of becoming only the second Memphis quarterback to top 10,000 for his career. Marquavius Weaver led the Tiger ground game with merely 49 yards. Dreke Clark sat out the game with an injury. Washington caught four passes for 68 yards and senior tight end Sean Dykes had six catches for 47 yards. The Tigers won despite gaining a total of only 280 yards, 38 fewer than Navy. Memphis returns to the road next Saturday to face Tulane 5-5 in New Orleans. The Tigers are now a win away from an unprecedented seventh straight season with seven victories.

VCU 70, Tigers 59
11/27/2020 10:51pm

Playing their third game in three days at the Crossover Classic in Sioux Falls, the Tigers fell to VCU Friday night in the third-place game. West Virginia beat Western Kentucky earlier Friday for the tournament championship. Vince Williams led the Rams with 15 points off the bench, supporting starters KeShawn Curry 14 points and NahShon Hyland 12 points in a win that improves VCU to 2-1 to start the season while Memphis drops to 1-2. The Rams shot 44 percent from the field while holding the Tigers to 35 percent. D.J. Jeffries led Memphis with 17 points and Lester Quinones had 11, despite missing eight of his 11 shots from the field. Boogie Ellis scored 10 points off the Tiger bench. A day after putting up 25 points against Western Kentucky, Landers Nolley scored only five in 29 minutes of playing time. The Tigers had six more turnovers 19 than assists 13 in their worst showing of the trip to the South Dakota. We are not there yet, but were going to get there, said Memphis coach Penny Hardaway, staring at a losing record for only the second time in three seasons at the helm. We have been working so hard. Everyone is buying in. We have no selfish players on the offensive end, and we should be one of the better defensive teams in the country. We get in this tournament and things go south, but now you have to learn from it. Memphis will host its first game of the new season Wednesday night when Arkansas State visits FedExForum. Their current schedule includes only three other games December 4th, 8th, and 12th, all at home before American Athletic Conference play begins December 16th, at Tulane.

Dr. Herman Green: Remembering a Giant of Memphis Jazz & Blues
11/27/2020 12:23pm

Thanksgiving Day had a bittersweet quality this year, and not only because of the vagaries of 2020 and the coronavirus: It was the day that Dr. Herman Green, the stellar saxophonist and flutist, passed away. According to his friend and protege Richard Cushing, with whom he co-founded the band FreeWorld, Green passed away at home, surrounded by family, listening to Coltrane. This was especially fitting, given that Green rubbed shoulders with John Coltrane and many other jazz greats in his long, eclectic career. Born in 1930, he first played Beale Street as a teenager and toured regionally with a then-obscure B.B. King, before hitting the highway that would lead him to the New York and San Francisco jazz scenes, and a long stint with the Lionel Hampton Orchestra. Returning to Memphis in the 60s, he then became a local mainstay, bringing his bold tone and authentic voice to many jazz, soul and funk projects. In 2017, the Memphis Flyer ran a cover story on his storied life in music. And that story came to a happy finale with Greens long tenure in FreeWorld, with whom he played nearly every Sunday night at the Blues City Cafe on Beale, right back where he got his start. Though hed been in poor health recently, he played with the band nearly up to his 90th year. As Cushing wrote on social media yesterday: Herman passed peacefully in his home this afternoon, surrounded by his family, and will join his dear wife Rose Jackson-Green in the hereafter. There will be a visitation at Memorial Park Funeral Home sometime in the next week or so, followed by the ceremonial walking of his ashes down Beale Street with a funeral parade sometime soon. In addition, a Memorial Jam will be planned for sometime in the Spring. As a truly amazing musician, caring patriarch to his family, mentor and teacher to many, and friend to everyone he met, Herman lived an astounding 90 years on this Earth 1930-2020, and was a true treasure to all he touched with his deep musical knowledge & skill, his infectious laugh, and his zest for life and love. The City of Memphis will never be the same without his energy in the mix, and his music & mentorship will be missed forever by all the musicians on Beale Street - Memphis and beyond. I had the honor of knowing and working closely with Herman since 1986, and he taught me practically everything I know about making music... Green touched the lives of many players and music aficionados over the years, and the grieving has been widespread. Keyboardist Ross Rice wrote: My sensei is gone. Dr. Herman Green has moved on to the next adventure. Wow, was I lucky to be in his world for awhile. He shared so much and he didnt hold back. There is nobody more generous. He taught us all on every gig, and made me believe I was a pretty good musician, and that I was good enough to play with him, which meant good enough to play with anyone. I loved him and I know he loved me back, because he made sure to tell me every time we hung. This man is a giant, a Memphis and Terran treasure, and a generation of musicians owe him a great debt. Til we meet again... In memory of Dr. Green, here is a track he recorded with FreeWorld, from the album Inspirations: Family & Friends.

Western Kentucky 75, Tigers 69
11/26/2020 1:21pm

Playing their second game in 24 hours, the Tigers came up short in the semifinals of the Crossover Classic Thursday afternoon in Sioux Falls. Charles Bassey 21 points, 14 rebounds, 6 blocks and Carson Williams 14 points, 9 rebounds proved too much for Memphis to handle in a game that featured 10 lead changes. The Tigers reduced a seven-point deficit to two points over the games final three minutes, but the Hilltoppers Kenny Cooper hit a pair of clinching free throws with 4.1 seconds on the clock after a Landers Nolley three-pointer made the score 71-69. Nolley led Memphis with 25 points and hit six of ten three-point attempts. Sophomore guard Boogie Ellis added 14 points off the bench, ten fewer than he scored in Wednesdays quarterfinal win over Saint Marys. D.J. Jeffries led the Tigers with 10 rebounds but scored only six points. The Hilltoppers shot 44 percent from the field and hit 19 of 24 free throws. The Tigers shot 42 percent and made six of 11 from the foul line. Thanks largely to Bassey, Western Kentucky dominated on the glass with 44 rebounds to the Tigers 31.That was a very tough one, said Memphis head coach Penny Hardaway. Right now, were just a new team. We played an older team that knows how to win. In those games, we have to impose our will on them first, which we did, but we have to keep it on them the entire game, and we didnt do that. Ill learn from this, and we will get better. Now 1-1, Memphis will play the loser of the second semifinal VCU and 15th-ranked West Virginia in a consolation game Friday.

The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, November 26-December 2
11/26/2020 10:49am

Folks are wisely laying low in this time of thanksgiving, but a few stalwart players are keeping the music flowing. Though the usually indefatigable Devil Train are taking a break from their weekly Thursday night jam at B-Side, music fans do have a rare chance to hear the MDs, Memphis great Booker T & the MGs tribute band, live-streamed from Hernandos Hide-a-way. While there are no Thanksgiving shows, many options flow from your live-stream platform of choice in the days that follow. Enjoy REMINDER: The Memphis Flyer supports social distancing in these uncertain times. Please live-stream responsibly. We remind all players that even a small gathering could recklessly spread the coronavirus and endanger others. If you must gather as a band, please keep all players six feet apart, preferably outside, and remind viewers to do the same. ALL TIMES CDT Thursday, November 26No live-streamed events scheduled Friday, November 276 p.m. Dennis OHagan - at Grind City Brewing Co. Facebook 8 p.m. The MDs - at Hernandos Hide-a-way YouTube Saturday, November 2810 a.m. Richard Wilson Facebook Sunday, November 293 p.m. Dale Watson - Chicken $ Bingo YouTube4 p.m. Bill Shipper - For Kids every Sunday Facebook Monday, November 30 5:30 p.m. Amy LaVere & Will Sexton Facebook 8 p.m. John Paul Keith every Monday YouTube Tuesday, December 17 p.m. Bill Shipper every Tuesday Facebook8 p.m. Mario Monterosso every Tuesday Facebook Wednesday, December 26 p.m.Richard Wilson every WednesdayFacebook8 p.m. Dale Watson - Hernandos Hide-a-way YouTube

Memphis Magazine
Memphis Magazine

65 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 521-9000


Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis: November 27th-29th
11/26/2020 6:00pm

Give thanks for a Memphis holiday weekend of winter and wonder.

The Office: D.J. Naylor
11/25/2020 8:00am

The Celtic Crossing owner keeps the stories coming and the whiskey flowing during a tough year.

Classic Dining: Roasted Sea Bass
11/24/2020 8:00am

Tsunami owner/chef Ben Smith put this popular dish on Tsunamis first menu 22 years ago.

The Two Burtons Delve into Faith and Life
11/23/2020 8:00am

A new volume pairs the Rev. Burton Carley and the late artist Burton Callicott.

Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis: November 20-22nd
11/19/2020 6:00pm

Turn on the holidays this weekend in Memphis with an old-fashioned Thanksgiving, Festival of Trees, a tree lighting, artist market, and more.

The Commercial Appeal
The Commercial Appeal

495 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 529-2345


Cyber Monday: More Memphis shops participating amid COVID-19, online shopping surge
11/25/2020 6:00am

Cyber Monday is taking on extra importance for Memphis businesses in 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic turned foot traffic into web traffic.

Collierville Schools extends remote learning due to COVID-19, will monitor weekly
11/29/2020 2:57pm

West Collierville Middle students will transition to remote learning, while remote learning is extended atCollierville High and Collierville Middle.

Is Memphis defense turning a corner? Tigers hope so during three-game win streak
11/29/2020 9:05am

The Tigers have held their last three opponents to 330 yards or less during this winning streak

'Blessing Boxes' set up by Girl Scouts to help feed people around Shelby County
11/27/2020 6:01am

Girl Scouts from two troops built and set up blessing boxes filled with nonperishable food items around Shelby County as part of their Bronze Award.

Coronavirus in Memphis: 607 new cases reported, 0 new deaths
11/29/2020 10:12am

The coronavirus pandemic is spreading through Memphis and Shelby County. Here are the latest numbers, and everything else to know about the pandemic.

The Daily News
The Daily News

193 Jefferson
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 523-1561



485 S Highland St
Memphis, TN 38111   Directions

(901) 320-1313



7151 Cherry Farms Rd
Cordova, TN 38016   Directions

(901) 458-2521



1960 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38104   Directions

(901) 726-0555



803 Channel 3 Dr
Memphis, TN 38103   Directions

(901) 543-2333


UPDATE: 2 children, 1 adult dead after Nutbush house fire
11/29/2020 10:07am

MEMPHIS, Tenn. Two children and one adult are dead after a Nutbush house fire, according to the Memphis fire and police departments. The Memphis Fire Department responded to a fire at a home on Bayliss Avenue near National Street at around 6:39 a.m. Sunday morning. A man and a little girl were reportedly pronounced ...

Biden twists ankle while playing with dog, visits a doctor
11/29/2020 3:36pm

WILMINGTON, Del. AP President-elect Joe Biden twisted his ankle while playing with one of his dogs and will be examined by a doctor out of an abundance of caution, his office said Sunday. Biden suffered the injury on Saturday and was visiting an orthopedist for an examination Sunday afternoon, his office said. Biden was ...

11 wounded in ‘mass shooting’ at Mississippi biker club
11/29/2020 3:26pm

GRENADA, Miss. WJTV The Grenada Police Department is investigating after 11 people were shot at a biker club in Grenada early Sunday morning, according to the Delta Democrat Times. Authorities from the Grenada Police Department and the Grenada County Sheriffs Department responded to multiple shots fired at SMS Biker Club on Highway 8 East ...

Man found shot to death in Raleigh
11/29/2020 10:24am

MEMPHIS, Tenn. Memphis Police say a man was found shot to death in Raleigh Sunday morning. At around 1:50 a.m., officers responded to a man down call on Brockcrest Street near Bradcrest Drive. Memphis Police say a man was found with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead on the scene. According to police, ...

One killed in north Shelby County shooting
11/29/2020 11:11am

SHELBY CO., Tenn. -- The Shelby County Sheriffs Office is investigating a deadly shooting in north Shelby County. The sheriffs office says deputies responded to a shooting in the 6000 block of Covington Pike Road at around 9:30 a.m. Sunday. One person was pronounced dead on the scene. The sheriffs office did not release any ...

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