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June 30-July 6, 2017, Vol. 10, Issue 27 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON INNOVATING THE ARTFORM Opera Memphis will use national grant to host conversations on race and the opera, and rework its youth artists program into a fellowship for young artists of color. • P. 9 OWNING A PIECE OF A LAW FIRM Tannera Gibson becomes first female African-American partner at one of the city's oldest firms, Burch, Porter & Johnson. • P. 16 Memphis battling to remain competitive in a tourism business worth billions P. 18 REAL ESTATE: PAGE 12 DIGEST: PAGES 2-5 RECAP: PAGE 10 GOVERNMENT: PAGE 20 EDITORIAL: PAGE 34 A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | NEWEST GRIZZLIES READY TO WORK Dillon Brooks, Ivan Rabb were Pac-12 college standouts. • P. 22 GREAT STREETS OPEN FOR BIKERS Initiative to enhance bike, pedestrian access on Downtown streets. • P. 11 STIFF COMPETITION Downtown resident William Pogodzinski frequently rides his recumbent bicycle on the Big River Crossing and through Tom Lee Park. (Memphis News/Houston Cofield)

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