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Memphis Magazine September 2012

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Budget cuts are hampering MATA's innovative plans to add new passengers. Read more

Columns

The school merger will require more than just platitudes to be successful Read more

Columns

Craig Claiborne gets his due in a first-time biography. Read more

Culture

Mindy and G. Frank Roberts

photoraphy by Jonathan Postal

Mindy and G. Frank Roberts have made their collection of businesses along Central Avenue the centerpiece of Midtown's antiques district. Read more

Culture

Man with a plan: Opera Memphis director Ned Canty

photograph by Larry Kuzniewski

Ned Canty's vision for a brand-new Opera Memphis Read more

Culture

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photograph by Kyle Kurlic

This foodie never doubted he could make it as a chef. Read more

Food

Vance Lauderdale's Mid-South Travel Guide Read more

Ask Vance

Former bandmates regroup to experiment with a brand-new sound. Read more

Culture

Jim Duncan, executive director of hte Memphis Botanic Garden, takes a break in the shade of a favorite tree, a Chinese chestnut.

photographs by Amie Vanderford

No horticulture experience? No problem. Jim Duncan's "green thumb" nurtures the bottom line and keeps this garden growing. Read more

Home

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illustrations by Tyler Hildebrand

What really happened in the Trinity Commons parking lot? Read more

Longform

Autumn brings the welcome return of intense jewel-toned colors. Hues are saturated and paired with neutrals or another striking shade. The neon brights of spring have faded into moodier tones that ... Read more

Style

 A note from Kenneth Neill, Publisher/Editor: I’m telling everyone I know to take a close look at this month’s Memphis cover story, “A Killing in Cordova.” Authored by native Memphian Graham Hi... Read more

Features

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illustration by Matt Wiseman

University of Memphis football begins anew this month. And things have never looked brighter. Read more

Columns

Derek Markel

photographs by Justin Fox Burks

An Italian trattoria in an unlikely spot mixes hearty and affordable fare with traditional flavors. Read more

Food