Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Sandra Day O'Connor, 'Sisters In Law'

The title tells all: Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World. Author Linda Hirshman's joint biography of the first and second women to serve on the nation's highest court is a gossipy, funny, sometimes infuriating and moving tale of two women so similar and yet so different.Sandra Day O'Connor, raised on a Western ranch and a lifelong Republican who cut her political teeth as majority leader of the Arizona Senate, was...
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WKNO Features

Watch Your Cholesterol

5 hours ago
Church Health Center

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that travels through the body attached to proteins or lipids.


Cindy Wolff

Many students return from summer vacation ready to share what’s been on their minds. Sometimes, in a literal sense.

 


The Delta Fair & Music Festival

The best part of any fair? The food of course!


The popular channel 5 weatherman spent years as a wrestling commentator -- a part time job that, he says, would not be possible today.


Film critic John Beifuss says the classic 1939 film might seem politically incorrect today, but it could also reveal commentary on the South's original sin.

Vacation, all I ever wanted....

Aug 26, 2015
Fotolia

Vacation time gives you the opportunity to take a break in body, mind and spirit.


Justin Fox Burks

Sweet corn is the perfect thing to eat right now - seasonal, fresh and perfect with almost nothing added to it.


Magnolia Pictures

Many Memphians collaborated on the "fun" political documentary "Best of Enemies," says Commercial Appeal film critic John Beifuss.  


Ambrose Jones

Passing a comedy club on his way home from work, Ambrose Jones found the courage to grab the mic. Now, the Memphian is a full-time comic.


A Summer Exercise Plan

Aug 19, 2015
Fotolia

Summertime is perfect for starting an exercise plan.


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TENNESSEE NEWS

Tennessee Democrats Suggest Reinstituting Gun Ban At Ticketed Events

A pair of Tennessee lawmakers are proposing letting the operators of ticketed events ban guns — even if their venue is in a government-owned park.Senate minority leader Lee Harris, D-Memphis, and state Rep. John Ray Clemmons, D-Nashville,are behind the measure,Senate bill 1432.They say it will put an end to the controversy over whether guns can be barred from amphitheaters, stadiums and other places that are run by private companies but owned by local government."We're proposing a common...
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ARKANSAS NEWS

Arkansas Black Hall Of Fame Names 2015 Inductees

A cancer physician, a choreographer, a home-economics pioneer, and a NFL pro-bowler are among Arkansans named to the Black Hall of Fame Tuesday. Charles Stewart, the Hall of fame’s co-chair, said inductees are meant to inspire Arkansas’s African American community.“We look for people who have Arkansas roots, who have achieved national or international acclaim in their chosen fields of endeavor. Sometimes, we will look at people who are just the salt of the earth and have made a difference...
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