Edith Humber's little ice cream shop was a neighborhood landmark. more

Mar 16, 2017 5:00 PM Ask Vance

Lu Lynch ran a flower shop in Memphis that specialized in orchids. more

Mar 14, 2017 3:00 AM Ask Vance

One of Memphis' best-known TV personalities, Trent Wood was the popular host of "Storyland" and "Looney Zoo." more

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Playing a child's piano, held like a violin, earned Earnestine Lomax a spot on national television. more

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Does anyone remember the OSO Club, one of Memphis' most popular teen hangouts in the 1960s? more

Feb 15, 2017 4:00 AM Ask Vance

A women's group with an unusual name did good deeds for Memphis. more

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Famous for their movie roles, a family of "little people" had a Memphis connection. more

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The Warner Theatre was one of our city's great movie palaces. more

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The Klyce Brothers owned and operated one of the two Studebaker dealerships in town. more

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The old ads in the back of the theater program offer a glimpse into a lost world. more

Jan 30, 2017 1:00 AM Ask Vance

A relative sheds new light on a "Lost Memphis" establishment and its connection with Elvis Presley. more

Jan 25, 2017 4:20 AM Ask Vance

An old program shows one of the first Roller Derby matches ever held in Memphis. more

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One of the greatest neon signs in Memphis lured customers to Hart's Bakery on Summer. more

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No trace remains of one of Memphis' most popular supper clubs. more

Jan 19, 2017 9:20 AM Ask Vance

Not the most appealing name, but this product claimed to cure just about anything. more

Jan 13, 2017 2:00 PM Ask Vance

Most Memphians know about the Japanese Garden inside Memphis Botanic Garden. But years ago, another Japanese garden was located on top of a downtown Memphis landmark. more

Nov 22, 2016 2:20 AM Ask Vance 2 Comments

One of the most beautiful buildings in Memphis was demolished to build a post office. more

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"Memphis Castles" shows where the rich and famous -- and some not quite either one, but you've heard of them anyway -- lived. more

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The 1929 Memphis Traffic Code is an interesting look at a bygone age. more

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"Scouting in Memphis" examines the long history of the Chickasaw Council, Boy Scouts of America. more

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