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Memphis Magazine November 2013

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The best upcoming fitness events in town. Read more

Columns

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Medicine offers various ways to keep this joint mobile and pain-free. Read more

With steady improvements in surgery and implants, this ball-and-socket joint just keeps getting better. Read more

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Focusing on the diseased part of the knee, MAKOplasty can speed recovery. Read more

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Better health through better eating. Read more

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Maintaining health and weight through proper eating. Read more

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Personal trainers weigh in on fitness. Read more

Eight years ago, the Air Force moved “our” WORLD-FAMOUS plane to Dayton, Ohio. Why did that happen, and what have they done with it SINCE? Read more

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Ask Vance Read more

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The Grove at Ole Miss is to college football what Valhalla was to Norse warriors. There is no other place like it on earth. Read more

Features

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Four-year programs may be a thing of the past as the University of Memphis seeks nontraditional students. Read more

The boys are looking pretty fierce this fall as men’s fashion hones in on fine textures, tailored fits, and layers of beautiful clothing. Hats, briefcases, jewelry, and even a cane make for intrigu... Read more

In The Beginning Read more

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photographs by Justin Fox Burks

The next generation updates Wang’s with artisan cocktails, fusion plates, and Taiwanese home-cooking. Read more

Food

At The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, the “Ashe to Amen” exhibition interprets the Bible from an African-American perspective. Read more

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photograph of Robert Lipscomb by Justin Fox Burks

It’s taken years, but three major projects are heading toward completion. Read more

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