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Memphis Magazine July 2015

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Magnificent in Midtown. more

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I couldn’t think of anything that looked more fun than ophthalmology.” So says Dr. James Freeman, for two decades now a second-generation ophthalmologist. Growing up around eye care — his father pract... more

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The specialties of Dr. Raymond Osarogiagbon lie in oncology and hematology. Yet if he’d followed his initial interest as a boy growing up in West Africa, those specialties might today be listed as con... more

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The more things change, the more they stay the same? Maybe. more

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Bruno’s By-Ryt and the lion sculptures at First Tennessee. more

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Both a history of the Pinch and a novel about the Pinch. more

Culture

Velocity, 2009; bronze, oil-based enamel paints and steel, 123½ x 70 x 77 inches; courtesy of the artist. Photo: Haley Morris-Cafiero​ When one thinks of “ceramics,” certain words come to mind... more

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Memphian John Turner remembers the Lee family. more

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Next year “Memphis” magazine will celebrate our 40th birthday. more

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When she was in the seventh grade in Oklahoma, Tina Burns took a biology class that changed her life. “For the first time, I saw how the body worked, and it was fascinating,” she says. “I knew right t... more

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In late April of this year, the dilemma facing “Insure Tennessee,” Governor Bill Haslam’s signature piece of healthcare legislation, was dramatized when the Governor, along with Republican leaders... more

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Emphasis on the “arms race” means other services suffer. more

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Except for the time spent in medical school at the University of Alabama, Memphis has been home to Dr. Gregory Hanissian. The Rhodes College graduate is the first to admit that the Bluff City is proba... more

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After graduating from Loma Linda University in California, this former New Yorker landed in Memphis, at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, where she pursued a fellowship in her area of... more

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Jamie and Leigh Davis relax on the front porch of the old hotel that has served as their home.

Photos by Brandon Dill

On a quiet street off South Main, the Pontotoc has been a part of downtown Memphis for more than a century. The building has a story to tell. And so do the people who've made this one-of-a-kind urban treasure their home. more

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Philanthropy in Memphis is booming. more

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Hot dogs seem caught these days in a bit of a conundrum. Do they wait patiently inside their 10-packs for summer, when Americans down 7 billion of them between Memorial Day and Labor Day? Do they ... more

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