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December-2008

Elvis from A to Z. more

Culture

In downtown Memphis, On the River Seafood & More is open for business at 51 S. Main Street, serving a varied menu of seafood, sandwiches, and salads for lunch and dinner. At 126 Beale Street, EP Delta... more

Food

World Wide WebAgoraphobia, acrophobia, photophobia, phonophobia, and rabies — just some of the afflictions that have plagued the Lauderdales for generations. Why do I bring this up? B... more

Columns

A few wine basics can help you smartly impress. more

Food

Forty years ago this month, a sophomore quarterback — playing his first season of varsity college football — led his Ole Miss Rebels to a 34-17 victory over Virginia Tech in the 10th annual Liberty Bo... more

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When it comes to showing mercy, species shouldn't matter. more

Columns

Changing demographics improve the chance for city-county consolidation. more

Columns

Soured on in-laws, love, and life in the wake of a disaster, Charley finds redemption in an unlikely place. more

Features

Hair loss isn't a life-threatening condition, but it's a life-altering one. Here's what you can do about it. more

Columns

This popular dish from Jason Idleman of Lolo's Table combines a hearty vegetable mix with the nutty flavor of quinoa. more

Food

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

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Editor's Letter more

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An artist's trading cards reveal a creative spirit. more

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Jackson McKenzieThe winner of the 2008 Memphis magazine Fiction Contest, Jackson McKenzie was born five miles from the Mississippi River in West-Central Illinois during the Ford Administratio... more

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Angel Food Ministries is now offering bargain food packages through area churches. more

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4— Number of people in the Memphis phone book whose last name is "Christmas" 0 — Number of people in Memphis whose last name is "Claus" 38117 ­— Zip code of St. Nick ... more

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The Commercial Appeal takes drastic measures to cut costs. more

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Two compilations from Johnny Cash and Otis Redding make unforgettable stocking suffers. more

Culture

Letters to the Editor more

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By George Kimball McBooks Press more

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