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Memphis Magazine November 2007

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After two defendants were acquitted in the 1995 slaying of Emily Fisher, new evidence in 2003 led straight to her son’s best friend. today, though questions linger, family members try to move forward. more

Longform

It began innocently enough. Photographer Brad Jones, über-stylist Alicia George, art director Hudd Byard, and I met for lunch to discuss how to creatively tackle the annual fall/winter fashion issue. ... more

Columns

NATIVE AMERICAN The English Pilgrims who, according to popular myth, shared the first Thanksgiving feast with Native Americans of the Wampanoag tribe, looked upon th... more

Columns

1924 — Year the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade began 44 — Number, in millions, of people who watch the event on TV 30 — Days spectator Kathleen Caronna remaine... more

Columns

Emily Fisher In Letters more

News & Features

Presiding Bishop, Church of God in Christ. more

Columns

A Salvation Army project lets kids capture their dreams on film. more

Columns

When your home was first built, the porcelain tub gleamed, the ceramic tiles glistened, and the whole bathroom looked spic-and-span. more

Home

Like all of us, seniors have dreams, and a local organization is making them real. more

Columns

What do newspaper stories and NASCAR have in common? Sponsors. more

Columns

Circa brings its special blend of exuberance and expertise to South Main. more

Food

I just received my copy [of Memphis] and read "Sorry Excuses" (Last Stand, October). Keep up the good work. Your voice needs to be heard in this community and beyond. ~ James... more

Columns

We help take the guesswork out of gift giving -- and packaging -- this year. more

News & Features

Don't give up hope, there's still burgundy abounding. more

Food

The Metropolitan Planning Organization shows new awareness of environmental issues. And it's about time. more

Columns

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

Ask Vance

Fashion at its finest. more

Style

One mayor. Two decades. Too much. more

Columns

What you don't know might hurt you. more

Columns

Alina Bovkun Memphis (and Memphis magazine) got lucky when 20-year-old Alina Bovkun began a work exchange program here from her native Voronezh, Russia. The model fo... more

Columns

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