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TSDMemphis.com will be right back...

Website will be offline Saturday at 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. Monday for transition to new platform.

Website will be offline Saturday at 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. Monday for transition to new platform. New site designed to make submitting news, photos and events easier than ever!

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10 years in, KQ Communications has come this far by faith

When two strangers decided to start a business serving community nonprofits, they had no idea it would become one of the most sought after, minority-owned businesses in Memphis. In August, Kingdom Quality Communications (KQ) celebrated a decade in business.

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Black buying power to hit $1.5 trillion, thanks to Black women

According to a new Nielson report called African-American Women: Our Science, Her Magic, the businesses run by and the brand loyalty of Black women is driving part of the economy, so much so that total Black spending power is expected to hit a record $1.5 trillion by 2021.

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Fall Revival underway at Metropolitan Baptist

With his message entitled “Reset,” the senior pastor of what many call “America’s Freedom Church” – Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta – kicked off Fall Revival at Metropolitan Baptist Church on Monday night.

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‘Price is Right’ contestants win historic $80K at ‘The Wheel’

It was Drew Carey‘s tenth anniversary of hosting the show, so instead of getting a $1,000 bonus for any contestant who spun $1 on the wheel, contestants got $10,000.

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Maxine Waters implores blacks to get ‘controversial’

Representative Maxine Waters has called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, and she told a Congressional Black Caucus Town Hall on Civil Rights that she expects other black leaders to back her in her efforts.

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Kirby bounces back from upset with 52-0 shutout of Kingsbury

Cougars dominate Falcons, clicking on offense and defense.

With a new defensive coordinator at the helm, the Cougars turn in a defensive gem.

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Block Party and Picnic for Peace Still on course with its mission

Block party events kickoff this afternoon at Ed Rice Community Center.

Block party events kickoff this afternoon at Ed Rice Community Center.

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A second-chancer’s thoughts on ‘facts lost in the fire’

TSD Contributor (and former inmate) Kelvin Cowans on second chances and the role of mentors.

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BRIEFS: Services Saturday for Rev. Dr. Dwight R. Montgomery

Plus: Open house at Whitehaven Tennis Center tonight and a Town Hall with State Black Caucus at Block Party and Picnic for Peace on Saturday.

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ALL OVER TOWN: When was the last time you went to the Opera?

OperaMemphis takes "The Telephone" into the community with two FREE performances starring African-Americans on Friday, Monday; Plus: Happy Birthday, Hatiloo! and JapanFest!

OperaMemphis takes "The Telephone" into the community with two FREE performances starring African-Americans on Friday, Monday; Plus: Happy Birthday, Hatiloo! and JapanFest!

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GritGrindGrizz: Hoopers invited to get their "Hustle" on

Grizzlies' G-League team to hold open tryouts this weekend.

Grizzlies' G-League team to hold open tryouts this weekend.

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Film Review: "Kingsman: The Golden Circle"

Brit and Yankee Spies Join Forces to Fight Drug Queenpin in Higher-Octane Sequel

Brit and Yankee spies join forces to fight drug queenpin in higher-octane sequel

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Three things about the state of school segregation in Memphis

Memphis is as segregated as it is today because of a series of historical twists and turns, as well as recent decisions that deepened the racial divide, a panel of experts said Tuesday night.

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Learning series is a dream coming true

Cardell Orrin, Memphis director of the Stand for Children advocacy group, has had a dream for almost two years of doing a discussion series to lay the foundation for understanding what he has heard many describe as “our complicated education landscape” and where one starts to make sense of it.

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The TSD Interview: Leon Dixon Sr. elected to lead TN Association of Realtors

Just 20 years ago, Leon Dixon Sr. might have best been known as a barber.

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Boyd drops deal with Beale St. merchants

By his own admission, Memphis City Council Chairman Berlin Boyd had heard plenty of criticism of what he termed his “new found relationship with the Beale Street Merchants Association.”

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#ACCESS901:

A conversation with ‘Our Coach’ – Lionel Hollins.

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Dear Universities: Fajitas and cotton do not uplift diversity

Private universities and colleges must implement diversity in their leadership and communication with minority students to truly foster a diverse campus.

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and CBC members kick off Annual Legislative Conference

The leading policy conference on issues impacting African Americans and the global black community to feature Town Hall meeting and more.

The leading policy conference on issues impacting African Americans and the global black community to feature Town Hall meeting and more.

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