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Fleetwood Mac's classic single "Dreams" entered the Billboard charts again this week based off a meme's popularity. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty hide caption

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Thanks To A Tweet, Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' Is On The Charts

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Robert Tunstall with his grandson James Hartridge, both from Memphis. Tunstall is a retired airways systems' specialist with the Federal Aviation Administration, where he worked for 39 years. Jeffrey Pierre for NPR hide caption

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3 Generations In Memphis Reflect On Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy

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