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Memphis Magazine December 2009

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By Terri Cheney (Harper) Read more

Culture

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Illustration by Aleks Sennwald

Life and death. Past and future. Can this guilt-burdened, grieving sister believe they're all the same? Read more

Culture

Lester Gingold has done enough in his 87 years to fill multiple lifetimes. Past president of the Memphis Cotton Carnival and the Better Business Bureau, board chairman of the Memphis College of Art a... Read more

Columns

Ben Vaughn's new restaurant Grace elevates the experience of eating. Read more

Food

From chef Kjeld Peterson of Market Cafe (149 Madison) comes this tasty, versatile dish that doubles as an entree or an appetizer. Read more

Food

What cancer or accidents destroy, a skilled physician helps replace. Read more

Columns

By firing off some memos, Wharton can put Memphis on a new path. Read more

Columns

For historians, a decade is the temporal equivalent of a mosaic. Several — countless? — independent pieces that, together, compose a larger, unified image. The image may not be all that clear, mind yo... Read more

Columns

A Chernobyl survivor brings her art and insights to Memphis. Read more

Columns

Over the top is par for the course for this Bartlett family. Read more

Home

Chillers and charms, stoppers and wants -- gifts for wine lovers that fit any budget. Read more

Food

From a dog named Mo and a Southerner adrift in Vermont. Read more

Culture

Dear Vance: A friend of mine claims that a totem pole once stood in a Memphis park, but I've never heard that before. Is it true? And if so, where was it, and what happened to it? — L.C.... Read more

Ask Vance

After a five-year hiatus, The Reigning Sound returns with bandleader Greg Cartwright's inimitable mix of pop, rock, and folk. Read more

Culture

Well, not exactly, but getting useful information from Tennessee high schools is anything but elementary. Read more

Columns

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