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  • C-USA Roundup: Marshall loses heartbreaker in overtime, Case Keenum hurt in win over UTEP

     
    C-USA Roundup: Marshall loses heartbreaker in overtime, Case Keenum hurt in win over UTEP...
  • Art Exhibit Features Paul Revere Williams

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo The Art Museum at the University of Memphis has opened an exhibition on the works of Los Angeles architect Paul Revere Williams, above left, with champion prizefighter Joe Louis in 1960. The university began the......
  • Knights excited about relatively warm Memphis weather

     
    Knights excited about relatively warm Memphis weather...
  • Memphis basketball struggles to regroup, opening door for other C-USA teams

     
    Memphis basketball struggles to regroup, opening door for other C-USA teams...
  • Nemours hires pharmacy and nursing directors

     
    Nemours Children's Hospital — which is building a new hospital at Lake Nona — has hired three new leaders for its new hospital. John Dougherty, former director of pharmacy at Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center in Davenport, will be...
  • Selby's potential got him this far; now he must produce

    Selby's potential got him this far; now he must produce
    To Josh Selby, the Memphis Grizzlies represent a clean slate, and a team that doesn't care about his past, only his potential. To the Memphis Grizzlies — who snagged the Lake Clifton graduate with the 49th pick in Thursday's NBA Draft — Selby...
  • Mystery of missing man solved after 13 years

    Henry Ackerman had plans — big, cross country, into-the-wild plans. It was 1998, and he was 48 years old, alone, sad and somewhat peculiar. He lived with threecats and a big, sandy-colored dog in an unkempt Baltimore County apartment and worked...
  • How to overcome a bad grade

    How to overcome a bad grade
    Receiving a bad grade in a college — whether "bad" is considered an F or a B — can be disheartening to students expecting better marks. Dan Ariely, who used to teach at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management,...
  • Made in Maryland: Niermann Weeks' mission is crystal clear

    Made in Maryland: Niermann Weeks' mission is crystal clear
    Chandeliers were the first thing Joe Niermann designed. And it was five years before he sold one. Now the bejeweled iron and crystal silhouettes are his signature. "I don't really care for the crystals, one way or the other," said Niermann, though...
  • Book tour? More like a safari

    Book tour? More like a safari
    A cat peeing in an author's bag? A writer waking up to discover that a complete stranger has left him four jars of delicious homemade preserves? Such things are not traditionally part of book promotion. But they happened to Bill Cotter and Annie La Ganga,...
  • The mind, as it evolves

    In the fall of 2005, psychiatrist J. Anderson Thomson Jr. was treating an 18-year-old college freshman whom he describes as "intensely depressed, feeling suicidal and doing self-cutting." A few years before, Thomson says, he would have interpreted her...