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Memphis Magazine July 2009

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When doctors can speak about faith with their patients, it brings new light, and hope, to dark days. more

Features

A historic home and its former owner help a local nonprofit preserve the city's past. more

Home & Garden

Sneezing, weezing, and tired? It might not be allergies. more

Columns

A national survey lists the very best physicians in Memphis more

Features

As the historian of Elmwood Cemetery, Jorja Frazier knows where the bodies are — more than 70,000 of them. She helps family members locate the graves of loved ones, maintains the archives, helps condu... more

Columns

Editor's Letter more

Columns

The education of W.C. Handy, Elvis Presley - and Doug Anderson. more

Arts

Decades after Big Star lit up the national music scene. the band reunites with one for the books. more

Arts

Our trivia expert solves local mysteries of who, what, when, where, why, and why not. more

Ask Vance

Local car dealers are idle while awaiting their fates. more

Columns

Letters to the Editor more

Columns

Memories of Elvis from his motorcycle-building pal. more

Columns

For some people, it means a lifetime of bad jokes. more

Columns

McLaren Vale wine gets it right. more

Dining

MATA now has the funding to improve our less-than-ideal public transit system. But will they? more

Columns

This intriguing menu elevates the flight concept to new heights. more

Dining

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

Highway 61 Revisited: Times being what they are, Memphians may be thinking twice this summer about a vacation far from home. Solution: Don't skip the vacation, but stay closer to home, which, in the c... more

Arts

79 — Episodes in Star Trek's original series 16.2 million — Average number of viewers during episodes of House in 2007-2008 6 — Number of awards or nominations Hugh Laurie (Dr. Hou... more

Columns

Dr. House I've never wanted to get an outrageous infection, a fiery fever, or have a gobbling tapeworm transform my stomach into a bungalow. Until I saw my first episode of House. ... more

Columns

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