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Jon W. Sparks

"Angie, does this mean I'm going to be a superstar?" asked our Santa-to-be. Read more

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Working with urban strategists from Chicago and New York, Carol Coletta leads the charge to revamp Memphis’ front door. Read more

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"Angie, does this mean I'm going to be a superstar?" asked our Santa-to-be. Read more

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Mid-Southerners get into character to spread Christmas cheer. Read more

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The Memphis Chamber Music Society and Blueshift Ensemble invade homes and coffee shops with music. Read more

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Our correspondent returned with a proliferation of photos; we're featuring some here that didn't quite fit into the original story. Read more

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On the grounds of the Memphis Botanic Garden,, September 30th. Read more

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Hotel-hopping and tourist-gawking in the thoroughly cosmopolitan and distinctly local cultures of Osaka and Kyoto Read more

Travel

Keeping statistics, outfoxing infectious diseases, chasing mosquitoes, preaching fitness, handling food commodity programs, keeping birth and death records, and rating restaurants. Read more

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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. Read more

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Lurlynn Franklin

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Artist and author Lurlynn Franklin hopes that in the future, African-American art "becomes more political, touches on things or tries to combine history with what's happening symbolically." Read more

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Melvin Charles Smith

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As pastor of Mt. Moriah-East Baptist Church, the Reverend Melvin Charles Smith says his congregation works hard on the preventive side, "not only in health, but preventive in getting away from things that will cause you to have problems in life." Read more

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Karanja Ajanaku

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As associate publisher and executive editor of The New Tri-State Defender, Karanja Ajanaku says his role is to "provide verifiable information that people can use to make decisions." Read more

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Karen Pulfer Focht

A blues legend’s confessions carry decades of wisdom. Read more

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How this Memphian's vision created a world-class ballet company. Read more

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Le Bonheur’s Jeffrey Towbin is aiming high to conquer pediatric heart disease — and more. Read more

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Trey Clark

The executive of the Memphis office of Facing History and Ourselves talks about her important work. Read more

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Elvis and Red in the backyard of the house at 14 Goethestrasse in Bad Nauheim, Germany, in 1959. All photographs courtesy PAT AND RED west, except where noted

A look at a forthcoming book about one of Elvis' oldest friends. Read more

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