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Memphis Magazine April 2009

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It's the most chronic discomfort most of us will endure. How can we fight back pain? more

Columns

Four-wheeled neighbors share Chuck Woodall's home on Front Street. more

Columns

John Paul Keith and the One-Four-Fives: Doing a number on the local music scene. more

Culture

The 23rd-annual Africa in April Cultural Awareness Festival takes place April 16th through the 19th at Robert Church Park on Beale Street. Created to raise awareness of diversity and ethnicity in Memp... more

Columns

The Shelby County Cemetery stretches peacefully for 30 acres, a public burial ground since 1965. In one section, where pine trees whisper against a pale-gray sky, several rows of four-inch metal disk... more

Features

25 - Years since Marvin Gaye was shot and killed on April 1, 1984. News of Gaye's death was considered by many to be a hoax at the time. 70 - Age Gaye would have turned this year on April 2nd... more

Columns

In Emily Yellin's new book, it's a matter of call-and-response. more

Culture

How to get - and keep - your pool splash ready without draining your wallet. more

Home

How could we have been getting this wrong for so long? 34 years, to be precise. It's no secret that the news business is in crisis right now. Specifically, daily newspapers seem to b... more

Columns

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

Ask Vance

A look at memorable foibles, follies, and fiascos in our city's history. more

Features

Options abound. Fill it with your favorites. more

Food

What starts out like a pie and ends up like a biscotti? This texture-laden treat for the taste buds, courtesy of Crumpets chef Stephen Sciara more

Food

A baby dies every 43 hours in Shelby County. What are we doing about it? more

Features

Indian food worth the trip, even in the rain, at a charming Memphis mainstay. more

Food

by Jon Meacham (Random House) more

Culture

Editor's Letter more

Columns

Jon StewartIn 1999, Jon Stewart, a comedian with a history of less-than-successful improv and short-lived talk shows introduced the country to The Daily Show.And it was a hit. An out-of-the-p... more

Columns

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