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Memphis Magazine February 2008

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75 — Percent of women in our office surveyed who would, in fact, choose a candy bar over a daisy 400 — Years for the Gregorian calendar to repeat itself ... more

Columns

Winter blues? Make your way to the port. more

Food

<i>"Honorable Mention Winner" in the Memphis Magazine 2007 Fiction Awards Contest<br></i> <p>Every year, Memphis magazine challenges local writers to submit their best short fiction pieces for our annual contest. </p> more

News & Features

The summer between eighth grade and high school Dana Beger's little brother shot him in the stomach with a hunting rifle, killing him. They were only playing. It happened in the carport of their home,... more

Columns

Corey Mesler has published in numerous journals and anthologies. He has published two novels, <i>Talk: A Novel in Dialogue</i> (2002) and <i>We Are Billion-Year-Old Carbon </i>(2006). more

Columns

The day is gray, damp, and chilly. As my car idles at the I-240/Highland exit, I avoid the eyes of the man holding the cardboard sign. Soon, with relief, I'll be easing into traffic. But not before I ... more

Columns

Vance Lauderdale ponders questions about Memphis real estate. more

News & Features

1. KitchenAid's classic series mixer $399www.macys.com2. Waring stainless steel juicer $70Williams-Sonoma Store3. Cuisinart mini-prep processor $40Williams-Sonoma Store4. Ice-O... more

Style

If you've spent more than, oh, a few hours downtown, the face on this page might seem familiar. Meet Paul Ryburn: blogger, activist, and possibly downtown's best cyber cheerleader. His daily musings (... more

Columns

For those with seasonal affective disorder, winter is the time for sunshine in a box more

Columns

Cold Tree of Nashville; bringing Memphis authors into print one title at a time. more

Culture

Teaching the tango is a labor of love. more

Columns

Nothing is more permanent than true love. And nothing is less permanent than a flower. more

Columns

I was completely enthralled with Marilyn Sadler's stories on the murder of Emily Fisher. I grew up at St. John's Methodist Church and volunteered in the church nursery as a young teenager. Adrian Fish... more

Columns

Is There Intelligent Life on Planet NBA? more

Columns

If you're lucky enough to become a former U.S. president at the relatively young age of 56, what do you do with the rest of your life? more

Culture

Charter Schools aren't failing us. Let's return the favor. more

Columns

Things are happening, people more

Columns

Green thumbs create splendor in the glass. more

Columns

Reinaldo Alfonso, of Chez Philippe, ladles out this hearty soup that's sure to take the chill off. more

Food

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