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Memphis Magazine November 2009

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Nothing fishy about this delicate dish from Chef Kelly English of Restaurant Iris. more

Food

In honor of Veterans Day, we salute these men who fought for our freedoms. more

News & Features

Memphis' first gastropub brings imaginative food with striking flavors to South Main. more

Food

65 — Production budget, in millions of dollars, for Saving Private Ryan 481 — Revenues, in millions of dollars, for Saving Private Ryan 0 — Oscar wins for Saving Private Ryan ... more

Columns

Fireplaces are hot, but without proper maintenance, you could get burned. more

Home

Two Memphis friends publish a comic book about two Memphis friends publishing a comic book. more

Columns

Saving Private Ryan World War II: the ostensible high-water mark of American exceptionalism and the "Greatest Generation" at its most selfless — and the setting of countless movies glamorizing the nob... more

Culture

Out next mayor will have a lot on his plate. Let's hope money isn't the main course. more

Columns

At Home in Tennessee: Classic Historic Interiors; These Extremes; Sputnik, Masked Men and Midgets; and Full Force, Nonstop, The Killer Himself more

Culture

Shelby County Sheriff Mark Luttrell wants to fight crime at the source. more

Columns

College basketball can be saved. But not without seismic change. more

Columns

After William Griffin Jenkins graduated from Memphis University School in 1989, he picked up an English degree from Ole Miss, and then headed for Washington, D.C., where he interned for Senator D... more

Columns

Tempt your inner desires with this lush wine. more

Food

by Sarah Waters (Little, Brown, Virago) more

Culture

Fitness and self-defense in one class? Try Krav Maga. more

Style

Dear Vance: Whatever happened to the old Lauderdale School? I can't find it listed in the phone book. Did they tear it down? — J.W., Memphis Dear J.W.: Not only did they tear t... more

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