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May-2009

A local comic book artist takes his shot. more

Columns

He grew up on a dairy farm in Olive Branch and never expected to land in downtown Memphis. But in 1980, Clyde Carson started as a Circuit Court "runner," moved up through the ranks, and since 2002 has... more

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by Elizabeth Crane (Punk Planet Books) more

Arts

The battle between "smart growth" and street cred. more

Columns

In the market for a mansion? You're in luck. more

Columns

Grease Scene: A summer night, June 1978. In movie theaters across the country, the lights go down, the screen lights up. Waves crash on a beach, a blonde beauty and a raven-headed boy hold ea... more

Columns

Airstreams and American Dreams: Just another day in the life of Tad Pierson. more

Columns

What's hot and cool, sweet and spicy, and guaranteed to disappear from the serving dish faster than you can say "more"? This appetizer from Javier Lopez, executive chef at Folks Folly Prime Steakhouse more

Dining

One less decision to make for the Big Day. more

Dining

Ace Atkins: back at the scene of the crime. more

Arts

A facelift doesn't have to be traumatic. And it doesn't require a knife. more

Columns

The City Champs: Championing the "comeback" of the jazz age. more

Arts

Dear Vance: I found an old book about Memphis that contained a photo of Confederate Park (above), and the statue of Jefferson Davis is missing. Wasn't that an important element of the park from ... more

By The Numbers 6 — Ranking among world countries, in geographic size, of Colombia, this year's Memphis in May honoree 8,500 — Feet above sea level of Bogota,... more

Columns

Sushi and French-Asian fusion cuisine rule in Cordova. more

Dining

Remembered joys are not so much about place, but people. more

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Rick Bostick

How one couple brought their Lebanese heritage, heirlooms, and love of entertaining to a stunning Midtown house. more

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