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Memphis Magazine May 2006

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Sometimes, beauty can be found in the unlikeliest of places. more

Features

Dear Vance: I have seen old photos of Court Square (above) that show some kind of Civil War cannon in one corner of the park. What happened to that cannon? -- D.D., Memphis. ... more

Ask Vance

<p>Classic comfort food gets a kick with the help of dish's David Nestler.</P> more

Dining

Will the historic structures of the South be salvaged post-Katrina? more

Features

Old Venice brings its interpretation of casual Italian fare to East Memphis. more

Dining

What&#039;s a city to do when faced with whopping budget deficits? In Memphis, historic preservation often takes a hit. more

Columns

Two photographers -- both Memphians -- set their sights on the gospel truth. more

Arts

There are some things in life that are just better wet than dry: Slip N' Slides, for example. Shaving comes to mind (as anyone who has ever suffered through a dry shave can attest), and yes, pork barb... more

Columns

Journalism is hard work, I tell you. Forget about the deadlines, fact checking, and transcribing seemingly endless interview tapes. What I'm talking about is research. Res... more

Columns

Whether they plan to sweep the competition or to party with reckless abandon, these two very different teams both have a hell of a good time each May. more

Features

The legacy continues as musicians flock to Memphis hoping to capture a little Bluff City Mojo. more

Arts

NELL DICKERSON - IntroSpective, On the Waterfront, Nell Dickerson is a Memphis- and Mississippi-based photographer, architect, Hollywood set designer and a fifth-generation ... more

Features

Letters to the Editor more

Columns

Memphis in the summertime: the mercury rising toward 100 degrees, humidity close to 100 percent, and -- as an added treat -- swarms of gnats and mosquitoes. Yes, a perfect time to stand over a hot stove, cooking for friends and family. more

Home & Garden

The music called to him years ago, but it took him awhile to answer. more

Columns

No matter how bad poverty, teenage pregnancy, student performance, infant mortality, or the disparity between white and black family incomes might be in Memphis, we could always count on it being worse in New Orleans. more

Columns

As the executive director of Carnival Memphis, Ed Galfsky has one of the most unusual jobs in the city. more

Columns

Hints for hosting a blind tasting event more

Dining

It was a Tuesday, dark and chilly, when I headed home from my job downtown, turning east on Crump Boulevard, as I always do. The drive was routine, past Shelby Electric Company, Captain D's, and an oc... more

Columns

As we cross the Mississippi at dawn, John Ryan inhales the steam off his fresh mug of coffee and grins from the passenger seat. "Well," he says, lifting his cup, "here's to another boondoggle."  "This... more

Features

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