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Memphis City Council set to vote on city workers' pay raises

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Union leaders have been in a push and pull with City Hall over benefits and pay.

They said they have put all their cards on the table, and now it’s time for the city to play its hand. 334 more words

News

Post spring progress report - WR, TE

So far, we have examined two areas of Clemson’s roster that will deal with major personnel losses heading into next season. Both lines of scrimmage will be attempting to function without an abundance of proven veteran players, but that will not be the case with the Tigers’ receiving corps—not by a long shot. 818 more words

Football

The Nine Circles ov...Eyehategod

For this Nine Circles ov…list, I wanted to highlight one of my favorite bands of all time: New Orleans sludge masters Eyehategod. Formed in 1988, the band truly sit on the throne of the downtrodden and down-tuned, with a storied past involving drugs, prison, hurricanes, countless side projects and, sadly, a fallen brother, in original drummer Joey Lacaze (RIP). 724 more words

Daily 'Bang

Back When: Williams

The summer recruiting season is in full-swing. Unfortunately, real, live college football is still several months away.

With that in mind, TheClemsonInsider is taking a look back at the recruitment of each returning player on the Clemson roster. 311 more words

Recruiting

12 Tigers named to Phil Steele's All-ACC teams

12 Clemson players were named to Phil Steele’s preseason All-ACC teams, going down to the fourth team. His complete list can be found here, but if you’re looking for the highlights, Deshaun Watson was named second-team along with running back Wayne Gallman. 44 more words

ACC

Listen to Family Vacation's Newest EP, YAARDS

Local indie rock four-piece Family Vacation recently released a breezy three song EP that is great summer listening. YAARDS is available for streaming and download on… 418 more words

Rock

"The Nation" reveals gobsmacking incompetence by Ministers English and Lotu-Iiga

If there is a crystal-clear example why a functioning democracy must have  vibrant, critical current affairs programmes on free-to-air televesion, then  TV3’s ‘ 3,083 more words

The Body Politic