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Memphis Magazine September 2008

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Clarksdale: building a future based on its storied past. more

Features

[image-1] I've been thinking about our city a lot lately. Duh, you're probably thin... more

Columns

Watch Out: Simple, elegant, understated luxury are the hallmarks of renowned watchmaker company Patek Philippe. Since 1844, this family-owned company has been crafting some of the world's finest watch... more

Style

Flying When I was 7 years old, my family made the considerable move from Sewanee, Tennessee, to Turin, Italy. Among the vague memories I've retained from that journe... more

Columns

Lord T. & Eloise somehow manage to record a second album - with tongues firmly in cheek. Now that's talent. more

Arts

Simon Peplow Illustrator Simon Peplow lives within a delicately constructed vortex. He spends the majority of his days downloading information from a tiny cabin situated insi... more

Columns

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

Ask Vance

Put some sizzle in September with salsa from Chef Alyce Mantia. more

Dining

From grassroots to fruition, Memphis might just have pulled this one off. Successfully. more

Columns

It's not what you say. Well, yes it is. more

Columns

Bed and breakfast and backroads. more

Features

She cut quite a rug in her day. Soon Lois Pearson Fagan will help the Orpheum celebrate its 80th anniversary. more

Columns

The life and times of Ida B. Wells; the life (and afterlife) of Robert Johnson. more

Arts

Letters to the Editor more

Columns

Today's take on yesterday's hearing aids. more

Columns

Hand-crafted chimney caps, finials, and cupolas can add a touch of distinction to any home. more

Home & Garden

Dancing and dicing in the Mississippi Delta. more

Features

Q&A with Ed Williams, Shelby County Historian. more

Columns

Kelly English's Restaurant Iris blossoms in Midtown. more

Dining

New to downtown is Big Ono Bake Shop, a bakery at 116 S. Front Street that also serves lunch. At Peabody Place, Dan McGuinness Pub has closed its doors, but the East Memphis location is still going st... more

Dining

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