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April-2015

In the early 1900s, a Memphis lawyer claimed that the mummy of John Wilkes Booth was stored in his Midtown garage. Was he right? more

Ask Vance

The college of the future based on a school built in the past. more

News & Features

Moriah McStay’s debut novel is aimed at young adults, but no reason grownups can’t enjoy it too; plus, a cookbook by the Knipples for lovers of catfish. more

Culture

Memphis Redbirds baseball season opens again. more

Columns

Tomorrow’s past, today. more

Columns

With petal-pushing fashions. more

Style

A new book and award recognize the work of this spiritual pioneer. more

Culture

New casual and affordable dining options at Erling Jensen. more

Food

This light-filled house reflects the owners’ love of art, traditions, and family history. more

Home

We talk to the retired real estate developer in his 75th year. more

News & Features

Binghampton beginnings. more

Ask Vance

Happy Thursday! Festivals abound this weekend. Choose to wade through the masses or attend a mass, there is surely something for everyone. Your plans start here. more

Columns

The huge elevator in Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid is a unique feature, but it won’t be the first time Memphians paid to ride one. more

Ask Vance

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DREAMSTIME

A selection of Memphis music to get down to. more

Columns

“Learn, Earn, and Return” commemorates the lives of the Jeniam Foundation founders. more

Columns

Each year for the past 33 years, the National Endowment for the Arts has honored the living legends of jazz, those who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of the genre, with its Jaz... more

Columns

The event benefits the American Liver Foundation. more

Columns

Regular readers of the Memphis Flyer may notice the pet ad that runs most every week in the classifieds section of the paper. Indeed, for 21 years, thanks to the generosity of the Flyer and the dedica... more

Columns

Happy Thursday! Planning a fun weekend in and around Memphis will involve beer, wine, food, art, and a little bit of vertigo possibly. We are all dizzy with anticipation. more

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