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Memphis Magazine December 2007

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When Brian and his buddy stumble upon a riverbank mystery, they battle the temptation to share it with their schoolmates -- especially the luscious Jeannie McAdam. more

Features

McEwen's on Monroe celebrates 10 years on the downtown dining scene. more

Food

You'd be hard-pressed to quickly answer the question, "Who is the greatest nonfiction writer?" The subject of a nonfiction book tends to overshadow the author, rendering the latter difficult to recall... more

Columns

"What is the sound of one hand clapping?" — Confucius (551-479 B.C.E.) I have boycotted New Year's Eve celebrations for several years now, thusly responding in my own way to ... more

Columns

Abe GastaudThe winner of the 2007 Memphis magazine fiction contest, Abe Gastaud moved to Memphis at the age of 4 and began writing not too long after that. He is a graduate of the University of Memphi... more

Columns

Mud Island is getting two new restaurants at the River Inn hotel more

Food

Ben Cauley remembers the passing of Otis Redding and the Bar-Kays more

Culture

Four new DVD collections showcase America's greatest musicians -- and they make great stocking-stuffers, too. more

Culture

Author Michael Knight takes the merry out of Christmas and the happy out of New Year's. more

Culture

The Pyramid has searched for the right tenant ever since it opened. Will we ever land Bass Pro Shops? more

Columns

Will doctors win the battle against anti-resistant "super germs"? That depends on what you read. more

Columns

Mutts (Harry N. Abrams) by Patrick McDonnell  Charles Schultz, creator of Peanuts, considered it "one of the best comic strips of all time." Simpsons... more

Culture

An old favorite returns with a bold new look. more

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Editor's Letter more

Columns

Memphis and Bass Pro Shops: one expensive fishing expedition. more

Columns

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

Ask Vance

Pauline Koplin of Brother Juniper's shares the secrets to the perfect omelet, named in homage to her son's favorite actor, Antonio Banderas. more

Food

Through January 6th, a special display will run in conjunction with "Pissarro: Creating the Impressionist Landscape" at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. This display, titled "Piece of Mind," features som... more

Columns

14 —Number of inches of snow on December 22, 1963, the maximum depth recorded in Memphis 25 — Number of years a properly preserved fruitcake can age and still be edible ... more

Columns

Whether you agree with our selections or not, one thing is clear: in terms of our contributions to the world, there's more to Memphis than blues and barbecue. more

Culture

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