Memphis Magazine, June 2019

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A Memphis native living in Maryland, Gus Bauman penned this response to our April issue. Read more


Forget about retirement. Glenda Mace founded her own theater company, Cloud9 Memphis, for people over a certain age. Read more


Pete McCarty and the Memphis Ukulele Flash Mob Bring Joy to the World. Read more

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Memphis knows to keep doing the things it does best, and a big part of what this city does best is food. In our “Classic Dining” series, Michael Donahue explores dishes that are legendary on the local dining scene. Read more

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Five easy steps to lure butterflies to your garden. Read more


Sometimes, being a dad means so much more than just teaching kids to ride a bike. Read more


Dear Vance: I found a set of snapshots inside an old book showing a portion of a graveyard. Do you think these were taken in Memphis? — T.R., Memphis. Read more

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Cooper-Young’s Sweet Grass gets even sweeter. Read more


A small town surviving by nature's good graces. Read more


June's Very Short Story Contest Winner Read more


Presenting our searchable listings of the finest physicians in the Mid-South, as featured in our June print issue. Read more


Dear Vance: My parents told me they shopped at a store called McLellan’s, which was located somewhere Downtown. I thought they meant McCrory’s, but they insisted they had the name right. Can you help? — B.H., Memphis. Read more

Downtown’s newly branded Puck Food Hall adds more vendors and customer-friendly space. Read more


This Memphis cartoonist’s work has been seen regularly around the world, for three decades now, in the pages of The New Yorker. Read more


  • June 2019 cover

    June 2019 cover