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October-2014

Taking a closer look at one of the city’s most prominent photographers. more

Arts

A day at the races and much, much more. more

Style

A Memphis writer rediscovers a lesser-known branch of African-American literature: speculative fiction. more

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Growing more than fresh, healthy food. more

Columns

The story of one of Memphis’ most famed department stores. more

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Naysayers aside, print media survives. more

Columns

We need a zero-tolerance policy on domestic violence. more

Columns

The maker movement and Forge. more

Columns

Classical guitarist Lily Afshar is the best at what she does. more

Arts

Farmers Keith and Jill Forrester bring a tasty new boogie to the Arkansas Delta. more

Dining

For a woman whose sensitivity to women’s needs led her to tremendous achievements for women. more

Features

For a woman who seized the opportunity to use her talents and created her own future. more

Features

For a woman who solved glaring problems despite the widespread inertia, apathy, or ignorance around her. more

Features

For a woman whose heroic spirit was tested and shown as a model to all in Shelby County and beyond. more

Features

For a woman who, facing active opposition, backed an unpopular cause in which she deeply believed. more

Features

For a lifetime of achievement in the arts. more

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For a woman of generations past whose achievements still enrich our lives. more

Features

Meet Deborah Clubb, the woman who started the celebration 30 years ago. more

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Justin Fox Burks

KISS, Billy Joel, Barry Manilow, Kansas, Big Star, and Styx, to name a few, rocked out before crowds of Memphians in the 1970s during the short-lived existence of Lafayette’s Music Room. But now La... more

Dining

The buildings are the same, but almost everything else has changed in this 1960s view of Main Street. more

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