Memphis Magazine July 2012


By the time you read this, the United States Supreme Court most likely will have ruled on the constitutionality of the current administration’s federal healthcare law. But whether you favor or oppo... Read more


For patients with Meniere's Disease, every day feels like a merry-go-round. And believe me, it's not a fun ride. Read more


Richard Ford's new novel offers cold comfort. Read more


Sweeping vistas, such as this view looking across the sunny lawn to the rear of the home, are important features of this East Memphis garden.

photography by Andrea Zucker

A private estate in East Memphis contains one of our city's finest gardens. Read more


Ethnic trends abound for 2012, and earlier this year, we showed African-inspired looks. For July, we chose to shoot at C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa, Memphis’ own Native-American treasure, an arch... Read more

Dear Vance: Why are the ghosts of a dozen children painted on a high concrete wall along Chelsea close to downtown? — G.Y., Memphis.   Dear G.Y.: I had no idea what you could mean by thi... Read more

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The Wandering brings together a supergoup of local musicians steeped in our region's music history. Read more


As city leaders ponder ways to improve public services, MATA seems stuck in neutral. Read more


A political and civic force in Memphis for three-quarters of a century, Lewie Donelson has seen – and done – it all. Read more


Don't like the high cost of flying? Other options may surprise you. Read more



photography by Justin Fox Burks

A new arrival on the local dining scene takes fusion to a new level. Read more