TSD e•Edition: An Exclusive Q&A with Mayor Paul Young — plus superheroes, vending machines, and the power of education


If you’ve been following us in 2024, you know things are different.

We’ve gone paperless (mostly — more on that in a moment), so we can ramp up our online operations. Thus we’ve introduced the “e-Edition” of our newspaper. It’s a whole new look and feel for us here at TSD, and we think it’s symbolic of a new era of covering Memphis and the Mid South as only we can.

In this edition: the full transcript of our exclusive interview with Memphis Mayor Paul Young, in which he explains why he’s asking for a tax increase and what Memphians can expect if the City Council approves it. Also, the Heal The Hood Foundation has launched an exciting concept in literacy: a comic book vending machine. Plus the latest on embattled Shelby County Clerk Wanda Halbert, and a special guest post from the President of Southwest Community College. Of course, you can read all of that online, but we think you’ll dig it on the page too.

Click above to access a PDF of our paper — laid out in familiar style. You can flip pages, zoom, etc., all from your computer, tablet or smartphone. And be on the lookout for our monthly print edition in limited circulation!

There are many more changes on the way! Stay with us and stay tuned!

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