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February-2014

Spring style at the James Lee House on Adams Avenue. Read more

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A pair of iron lampposts light the way to the handsome brick home’s front door.

photography by Andrea Zucker

Warmth, charm, and a wealth of antiques greet the many guests to this East Memphis home. Read more

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The Association of Food Journalist's annual conference will be held in Memphis in September 2014. Read more

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Memphis author Phyllis Tickle looks to the future of Christianity and to the next stage of the next stage of her long career. Read more

Culture

Kevin Eble fills a growler — or small jug — with locally brewed Ghost River beer.

photograph by Justin Fox Burks

Memphis folks making beer down the street from you. Read more

Food

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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

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Dining out together gives us glimpses of who we are. Read more

Food

 Jose Carias and Erin Burke, of Team Salmon, are among 25 students from the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management. Here they prepare the dishes they will present for the judges’ approval.

photographs by Justin Fox Burks

Learning the trade at the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management Read more

Food

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Illustrations by Tyler Hildebrand

Memphis magazine Staff Read more

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photography by Justin Fox Burks

Eating out at The River Inn at Harbortown. Read more

Food

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photograph BY Allison Rhoades / Memphis Redbirds

Take me out for some funky fun. Read more

Columns

I was 18 years old when I first ate steak tartare, sitting with my sisters on a park bench in Paris. We frequently ate impromptu picnics that summer (they were cheaper than restaurants), but the st... Read more

Food

During my first meal at Seasons 52, I made a new best friend: small-grower champagne called Chartogne-Taillet Cuvee Sainte Anne. Rich and velvety, the wine was elegant but accessible, much like mas... Read more

Food

For decades, this eatery on South Bellevue was the place to be for Whitehaven High School students. Read more

Ask Vance

If you like local food, craft brews, and good causes, two upcoming fund-raisers need your support. Next Sunday, a farm-to-table progressive dinner called Taste of Elegance will benefit Victoria... Read more

Food

In April, eight local chefs will head to New York City to prepare a six-course “Made in Memphis” dinner at the exalted James Beard House. But first, the chefs will test drive such signature dishes ... Read more

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photogrpah by Justin Fox Burks

Are restaurants the center of the universe? Maybe. Read more

Food

Fifty years of dining in Memphis. Read more

Where to Eat Now

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Can the recently touted “moon missions” propel Memphis to a brighter future? Read more

Columns

Need an adorable and edible valentine? Head east on Poplar past Perkins and think pink. You can’t miss the new retail store for Whimsy Cookie Co. because the brick bungalow is painted bubble gu... Read more

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