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Memphis Magazine December 2006

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Two sisters launch a lively search for the ivory-billed woodpecker. Not in old-growth forest, but a Millington backyard. Read more

Features

Delightful desserts aren't the only dray at this East Memphis institution. Read more

Food

The 1918 flu pandemic was one of the greatest killers in history, Is there a chance the bird flu could be just as deadly? Read more

Features

It's time for "magical thinking" on a regional scale. Read more

Columns

Still going strong as the St. Jude Santa, Joe Farris is a legend in his time. Read more

Columns

Gone are the days of Shaft and Chef. Meet the new Isaac. Read more

Features

Aisling Cordon Maki Freelance writer Aisling Cordon Maki has made Memphis home since 2002. Her articles have appeared in print and online publications, including Memphis Parent, Yahoo... Read more

Columns

Workshop reaches out to befuddled fathers. Read more

Columns

As executive director of the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Football Classic, Steve Ehrhart oversees one of the oldest postseason contests in college football. Pitting the champion of Conference USA against a ... Read more

Columns

Smart bedding choices can lead to sweet dreams. Read more

Home

John Currence, owner and chef of Oxford's City Grocery, offers one of his most popular dishes -- complete with a spicy kick to warm things up this winter. Read more

Food

Editor's Letter Read more

Columns

Nowadays, I can think of plenty of reasons why Bob Cratchit -- that Christmas-loving character from Charles Dickens -- might turn into Ebenezer Scrooge: The holiday sales that seem to begin in July. T... Read more

Columns

Tracking Salaries in the NBA Read more

Columns

For those of you who celebrate Christmas, if you're not sweeping up pine needles on New Year's Eve, you've cheated the holiday. From Charlie Brown's limp, self-reflective, one-limb half-tree to Clark ... Read more

Columns

Letters to the Editor Read more

Columns

Rescue Effort: Fifty years after importing slaves to the U.S. was made illegal, the last slave ship set sail. The year was 1858, and the vessel was the Wanderer, an elegantly appointed pleasure craft ... Read more

Culture

Local label Inside Sounds gives us the blues. And we don't mind a bit. Read more

Culture

Dear Vance: I discovered this interesting advertisement for a "Kellastone Home" in a 1914 issue of Country Life magazine. You'll see that the home belonged to "John Wilson, Esq., Memphis, Tenn." Where... Read more

Ask Vance

The ins and outs of fined wine. Read more

Food

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