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Memphis Magazine April 2007

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The city known for exporting its culture comes to grips with a new generation of outside influences. more

News & Features

On the not-so-secret life of a "Mississippi sissy." more

Culture

A special technique helps patients move past trauma. more

Columns

For one design-build specialist, everything old is new again. more

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Hudd Byard Art Director Hudd Byard nearly had his arm twisted off while we cajoled him into gracing this month's contributors' page. But as the art gur... more

Columns

Enigmatic roots musician Ron Franklin on Chuck Berry, early influences, and his latest album "City Lights." more

Culture

MEMPHIS MAGAZINE 2007 FICTION CONTEST We are seeking entries for our annual fiction contest. The winning story will earn a $1,000 grand prize and will be published ... more

News & Features

Pastoralia by George Saunders (Riverhead Books) Ever feel like your life might look like a theme park exhibit to an outsider? George Saunders collects his thoughts on American... more

Culture

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

Ask Vance

1934 —Inaugural year for the now legendary Masters golf tournament. It was known as the Augusta National Invitation Tournament until 1939, when it was given the Masters moniker ... more

Columns

Navigate a large wine tasting like a pro. more

Food

This is the question I ask myself day after day when I pick up the newspaper and read seemingly never-ending headlines on dirty deeds and corruption. From the bottom up, our city is plagued with greed... more

Columns

What good is attracting bright young workers if we can't hold on to them? more

Columns

The Saga of Sivad As a native, midtown Memphian, I find it very important to stay abreast of all the happenings in mud-town. So, I just had to say than... more

Columns

After three years in the hot seat as city attorney, Sara Hall takes on fresh challenges at the Airport Authority -- with time (she hopes) for her family. more

News & Features

Try Blue Nile's Ethiopian cuisine for a taste -- and experience -- of the exotic. more

Food

Beauty Shop's Chef Shaggy Duffee and Karen Carrier Share a springtime favorite. more

Food

It all started in January 2006, when WMC-TV Channel 5 covered the Winter Olympics. With the station's 10 p.m. news broadcast running late, some regular viewers switched to other stations. ... more

Columns

Capturing your family history is a phone call away. more

Columns

Sleep Out Louie's, the bar and grill at 88 Union downtown, has closed after a 20-year run, to be replaced this summer with a Mesquite Chop House. This will be the second one in the area: The... more

Food

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