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"In the Garden," on view at the Dixon through September 30, explores the history of photography and our connection to nature. more

Culture

Half a century old, the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association is needed now more than ever. more

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PHOTO COURTESY MEMPHIS AND SHELBY COUNTY ROOM, BENJAMIN HOOKS CENTRAL LIBRARY

An old photograph shows how drastically the neighborhood around Crump Blvd. has changed over the years. more

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Memphis gathers to mourn the legendary singer at the house where she was born. more

News & Features

Approaching the 50th anniversary of Elvis' Comeback Special, we revisit a story originally published in this magazine in July 1993. more

Longform

Tucked away in Memphis' corners and side streets are small businesses that just keep on keepin' on; you can keep time on them. We picked two hands' full, and have taken to calling them "Nooks and Crannies." What can we say? It fits. more

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Tom Beck

The new civil-rights museum in Jackson, Mississippi, remembers troubling times. more

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Koen Hause

A story of taste, globalization, and style — through August 12. more

Culture

Zandria Robinson and Marco Pavé

Cole Shots

Marco Pavé and Zandria Robinson talk rap, resistance, and reimagining the Memphis sound. more

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Justin Fox Burks

From updated Asian classics to Southern fine dining, Memphis chefs roll out culinary treasures from Downtown to Collierville. more

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The clarion call of a resurrected Memphis landmark. more

News & Features

The two are served in equal portions at this art deco West Tennessee outpost. more

Travel

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She was working at the Lorraine Motel on April 4, 1968. Where did she go? more

News & Features

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Photo by James Wessels

How the next generation keeps playing the blues on Memphis' most famous street. more

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Now in her fifties, North America’s oldest elephant is still a show-stopper at the Memphis Zoo. more

News & Features

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Anna Rose

Served as tacos, tortas, small plates, and menu specials, Memphis fried chicken offers more than meat and threes. more

Food

The new Memphis mayor has had a honeymoon from Hell. more

Columns

Shelby Foote

Paul Dagys

A look back at a 1986 interview with one of Memphis' best-known writers, written by another great Memphis writer. more

Longform

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Brandon Dill

Our neighborhood spotlight on Cooper-Young and its small town living in the center of the city. more

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How an extraordinary correspondence helped create one of our city’s greatest treasures. more

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