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A profile of the photographer who has been described as the most important artist from Memphis since Elvis Presley. Read more

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Two community restaurants bookend a neighborhood with admirable missions and healthy and affordable food. Read more

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Brandon Dill

Janet and Martheus Wade are graphic artists extraordinaire. Read more

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The "other" Memphis was an unlikely aviation hub of a bygone age. Read more

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Movement, mermaids, and Memphis moments through one local photographer’s lens. Read more

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Our guide to exploring a delicious city. Read more

Where to Eat Now 1 Comments

The clarion call of a resurrected Memphis landmark. Read more

Features

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Illustrations by Tyler Hildebrand

The Memphis magazine Readers’ Restaurant Poll is our community’s definitive annual survey on where to eat. Treat it like gospel; verily, our readers’ choices are the truth. The readers’ poll boasts... Read more

Features

All that was left of the Crying Angel in 1990.

photos by Vance Lauderdale

What is the story of the “Crying Angel” — a terrifying creature that supposedly roams a patch of woods near Millington? Read more

Ask Vance

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photographs by Timothy Ivy

The Grove at Ole Miss is to college football what Valhalla was to Norse warriors. There is no other place like it on earth. Read more

Features

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photograph by Larry Kuzniewski

The greatest diva Memphis has ever produced, Kallen Esperian has sung with Pavarotti and Domingo, performed before kings and queens, and starred in opera classics all over the world. Read more

Culture

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photography by Larry Kuzniewski

Thirty years ago, an Arkansas anesthesiologist and a Brazilian neurologist opened the Mid-South's first accredited pain clinic. Read more

Longform

The Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra in 1935.

photograph by Bettmann/Corbis

The music we never knew. Read more

Style

Chef Jose Gutierrez in the mid-1980s at Chez Philippe.

photograph courtesy Jose Guitierrez

After thirty years in Memphis, River Oaks chef/owner Jose Gutierrez reflects upon his distinguished culinary career. Read more

Features

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photograph by Jack Kenner

Martha McKay's love affair with Arkansas' iconic Horseshoe Plantation. Read more

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illustrations by Tyler Hildebrand

What really happened in the Trinity Commons parking lot? Read more

Longform

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illustration by Matt Wiseman

On the anniversary of a horrific accident, a woman confronts her long-held fears. Read more

Features

Elvis at Overton Park Shell August 5, 1955.

Photo by Robert W. Dye © Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.

The story of the King's passing, as told in our September 1977 issue. Read more

Culture

Roy Harrover at the Memphis College of Art in October. Hundreds of his blueprints and other files are now archived at the University of Memphis.

Brandon Dill

Acclaimed architect Roy Harrover deserves much of the credit for changing the public face of our city. Read more

Culture

After two defendants were acquitted in the 1995 slaying of Emily Fisher, new evidence in 2003 led straight to her son’s best friend. today, though questions linger, family members try to move forward. Read more

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