Live at 9: Electrolux, Brain Power, Snowden Wright & Youth Villages’ Soup Sunday

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Electrolux’s property taxes

The announcement that Electrolux would be closing its Memphis facility stunned the Mid-South and left the community with a number of concerns. That includes Shelby County Assessor Melvin Burgess Jr. who has said the company has been underpaying its property taxes.

Author Chat with Brian Power

The legend of Atlantis is known far and wide, and has fascinated many for generations. Author Brian Power takes that mysterious and intriguing topic and heads south with it in his new book, “Song of Atlantis.”

Author Chat with Snowden Wright

A Southern dynasty and a soft drink empire. For the Forster family, it’s all a part of their story in the new novel “American Pop.” Author Snowden Wright joined us on Live at 9 to talk about it.

Cooking for a good cause

Delicious soup, bread and dessert all in one spot. More than 50 of some of the best restaurants in town are all coming together for a good cause. Youth Villages’ Soup Sunday will raise money for a Mid-South mentoring program this year. Amanda Mullen from Youth Villages and Chef Michael Patrick with Rizzos Diner stopped by to talk about it.


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