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Memphis Magazine February 2007

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The older the United States gets, and the more presidents we elect (endure?), the more important each and every one of us should consider Presidents' Day. Resting comfortably -- and appropriately -- o... more

Columns

Works of Heart celebrates 15 years of fund-raising. more

Columns

This downtown resident created a home around his favorite room, the library. more

Home

Buried Alive(W.W. Norton and Company) by Jan Bondeson In 1893, the wife of a Pennsylvania farmer died and was buried in the family graveyard. Days later, a ... more

Culture

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

Ask Vance

On October 6th, more than 200 firefighters were called upon to battle the three-alarm blaze that threatened to destroy downtown Memphis. Though two historic buildings would lie in smoldering ruins and two other... more

News & Features

My favorite University of Memphis basketball game, year after year, is Senior Night. Doesn't matter who the opponent might be or what chance the Tigers might have in the upcoming NCAA tournament. It r... more

Columns

Put a little sparkle in your Valentine's Day. more

Food

Just how healthy is an addiction to running's greatest test? more

Columns

In "The Lay of the Land," novelist Richard Ford takes Frank Bascombe to the "Next Level." more

Culture

In their own words, Memphians tell about life-changing experiences. more

News & Features

Merging city and county governments won't fix anything. Other cities figured that out years ago. more

Columns

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS WE STARTED GETTING Memphis magazine at work a few months ago, and I immediately noticed that there was something very different about it. It took a couple of issues ... more

Columns

Lee Kan's brings its French-Asian fusion to Collierville. more

Food

"I was just doing my job." How many times have you heard this particular phrase humbly uttered? More often than not, it's heard on the news, as a wide-eyed newscaster shoves a logo-em... more

Columns

As always, there are plenty of changes afoot on the local restaurant scene. Judd Grisanti is opening Spindini at 383 South Main. The Blue Monkey is reopening in the former Alice's Urban Market at 513 ... more

Food

Eight million. That's the approximate number of items -- books, manuscripts, photographs, posters, and more -- archived at the University of Memphis Libraries under the rather vague name of Special Co... more

Columns

57 -- Age Cybill Shepherd will turn on February 18th 39 -- Age Lisa Marie Presley will turn on February 1st 110 Million -- Estimated number of roses purchased for Val... more

Columns

Louis Jay Meyers brings the Folk Alliance to the home of rock-and-roll. more

Culture

PRESTON LAUTERBACH "Anatomy of an Inferno" is Preston Lauterbach's second feature story for Memphis magazine. His first, "Following the Chitlin' Circuit," (July 2006) traced the roots... more

Columns

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