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Memphis Magazine March 2008

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Ultimately, a superhero is measured by the villains he thwarts. more

Columns

Hop aboard on the dessert train with this sugary concoction from Julie Smith, manager and pie-maker extraordinaire at Collierville's Silver Caboose restaurant. Chocolate Chess Pie ... more

Dining

Should you find yourself at the luxurious Little Palm Island Resorts & Spa, consider yourself blessed. more

Features

The Cove Restaurant and Bar brings new life -- and returns a piece of history -- to Midtown. more

Columns

A Methodist minister since 1988, Bill Marler helped found Jacob's Ladder, a community development corporation committed to improving the Beltline neighborhood, which lies in the shadow of Liberty Bowl... more

Columns

Do more than just treat your joint pain; help prevent it. more

Columns

1939 — Year Batman was created 1962 — Year Spider-Man was created 93.3 million — number of people who planed to wear green last St. Patrick's Day, according to Pearso... more

Columns

The Good Doctor In reference to Ask Vance (July 2007), I had to write to let you know that I am the youngest daughter of William F. Pearson, DDS, who practiced dentistry at that prope... more

Columns

Rob Jungklas' new albums brings Delta lore and devilish deeds to light. more

Arts

An ex-cop from Memphis? The name's John Turner. The scene of the crimes: a small Southern town. more

Arts

Rhodes College student Matt Pendergrast disappeared seven years ago. So far, investigators offer only theories about his fate. Are those theories valid? more

Features

  Dear Vance: Years ago, I remember a place on Poplar called the Coach & Four. I told my father that next door to it was a stadium entrance with gates and a ticket booth. He says this isn't s... more

Ask Vance

Brad JonesPhotographer Brad Jones is a native of Coldwater, Mississippi. He moved to the Bluff City to attend Memphis College of Art, where he planned to major in illustration. Armed with an old Penta... more

Columns

"Moondog" was the name he took, and the corner of 54th Street and Sixth Avenue in New York City is where he stood in the 1950s and '60s — blind, in a full white beard, horned helmet, and the robes of ... more

Arts

McEwen's on Monroe has a new owner. Mac and Cindy Edwards sold the restaurant they started in 1997 to Bert Smythe, who plans to keep things pretty much the same as it had been under the Edwards' owner... more

Dining

A new carpet tile company puts an end to boring flooring. more

Home & Garden

Style

In the not-too-distant future, government in Memphis and Shelby County will look nothing like it does today. And it will happen with or without consolidation. Voters ... more

Columns

Mesquite Chop Shop heats things up at the former Sleep Out Louie's location downtown more

Dining

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