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June-2011

After the flurry of comments on The Memphis Flyer's Hungry Memphis food blog about the veggie options at Five Guys, I felt compelled to weigh in on the restaurant's 100 percent beef patty. So on Thurs... Read more

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Don Perry

14 Stars and 57 Hits—An evening of classic soul benefitting The MED Foundation at The Peabody — April 15, 2011... Read more

Style

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

Ask Vance

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Amie Vanderford

We made the national news for good reasons and bad. Now where does Memphis go from here Read more

Columns

Quail stuffed with polenta and chorizo

Justin Fox Burks

John Bragg’s new Circa brings uptown style to East Memphis. Read more

Food

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If you look hard, you can find culture where you least expect it. Read more

Columns

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Jonathan Postal

Playwright Jerre Dye comes of age. Read more

Features

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Illustration by Mike Benny

He’s innocent, eager, in awe of Lucy. She’s lusty, world-weary,a blues-mama wannabe. Together they bring the graveyard to life. Read more

Features

Mt. Helena Plantation at Rolling Fork, Mississippi

Photography by Willy Bearden

Now in its sixth year, the Delta Conference explores what makes this region “the most interesting place on earth.” Read more

Features

“Yes, you’re from South Memphis. Yes, you’ve always been underdogs. No one has handed you a thing. But that also means that whatever you accomplish in your lives, you’ll have earned it. Whatever rewar... Read more

Columns

Following in the Fa(u)lkners’ footsteps. Read more

Culture

Judy Dorsey

Jonathan Postal

After 35 years, WEVL’s still going strong. Read more

Columns

City mayor A C Wharton and county mayor Mark Luttrell have put aside their differences for the betterment of our region. Read more

Columns

Liquor & Wine Depot on Mt. Moriah is a my go-to neighborhood liquor store. It’s close to my house, and the store’s friendly staff and great prices are a winning combination. The cashiers also offer to... Read more

Food

Although Barbie is no stranger to gold lame', she usually wears it in the form of a gown or cocktail dress. But not this time. Come July, the iconic Mattel doll will be dressed up like Memphis' own El... Read more

Columns

Since I spent last week eating my way around New York City, I held my CSA share from Whitton Farms for pick up this week. That meant instead of one full veggie share, I got two.I was feeling quite rig... Read more

Food

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Image courtesy Lee Askew

One day not too long ago, my pal Lee Askew — principal with Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects — showed me a nine-volume set of books in his office called The Art Work of Memphis, just filled with wonder... Read more

Ask Vance

A man described as our city's "walking, talking baseball encyclopedia" will make a presentation on — you guessed it, baseball history — July 7th at the Benjamin Hooks Central Library to kick off the l... Read more

Columns

Brooklyn has many unique and lively neighborhoods, but my favorite these days is Greenpoint, where I spent Saturday afternoon in foodie heaven.We started the afternoon at the farmer’s market in McCarr... Read more

Food

Be still my heart: Chef and author David Tanis has started a weekly column in The New York Times called City Kitchen, and it’s about cooking dinner, not only at home, but in a small space.Tanis has wo... Read more

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