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Memphis Magazine

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

Ask Vance

Will Memphis pony up to get more cops on the beat and thugs off the street? more

Columns

When it comes to travel planning, have we gotten too tech-savvy for our own good? Have we sacrificed the expertise of a seasoned travel agent for the lure of cheaper plane fares and discount hotel pac... more

Columns

Among Vancouver's dazzling attractions is its stellar and varied cuisine. more

Features

Glorious views, magnificent mansions, historic haunts -- Newport has it all. more

Features

Letters to the Editor more

Columns

(Walker and Company, New York, 2002) by: Tom Standage more

Culture

Can a visionary's new venue bridge a racial divide? more

Columns

The 1918 Flu Pandemic was <i>one of the greatest</i> killers in history. Is there a chance it could happen again? Part I more

Features

Michael FingerSenior editor Michael Finger may be the only member of the Memphis staff -- though we can't say for sure -- to have a nineteenth-century shock-treatment machine displayed in his den. But... more

Columns

Before you hit the road, make one more trip. more

Columns

The D'Oto family brings authentic, exceptional Italian cuisine to Collierville. more

Food

Can Memphis turn its space into place? more

Columns

There is a thirteenth floor to St. ---- Hospital. Of course they don't call it the thirteenth floor. It is called the fourteenth, so that there is no thirteenth. And on this fortuitously renumbered fl... more

Columns

Seeking solace and retreat in New Mexico's favorite town. more

Features

That's how easy it is to bask in the hearthside pleasures. more

Home

East, West, North, and way South-- we take you there. more

Features

Editor's Letter more

Columns

Take it easy in tranquil Tamarindo, Costa Rica more

Features

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illustration by Elizabeth Alley | Memphis Urban Sketchers

Resources for the best of the best in retirement living, including specialized clinics and services. more

Features

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Carroll Cloar, American, 1913-1993 The Garden of Love, ca. 1960 Acrylic on plywood Collection of Barbie and Ray Dan ©Estate of Carroll Cloar

Cloar was a man of many talents and strong opinions. Here we offer a few quotes about his paintings as well as his thoughts on life.   On Where the Southern Cross the Yellow Dog: Once w... more

Culture

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Photos by Marc Burford

Laurelwood Appreciation Party in Honor of WUMR | October 14, 2010 more

Style

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Photos by Larry Kuzniewski

..five, six ways to get that military flare into your closet. From epaulets and double breasted brass buttons, to army greens and surplus fabrics, this season offers the finest fashion from the forces. Will you be ready for fall? Ma’am, yes, ma’am. more

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Photos by Larry Kuzniewski

Gear up for the new year and a new fitness regimen with the help of our friends at Breakaway Running and Fleet Feet Sports. From top-of-the-line togs and hydration handhelds to stretching tools and spiffy new shoes, you’ll show 2011 who runs this town . . . more

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Photos by Larry Kuzniewski

Some things never go out of style. Classic vintage kitchenware keeps things kitschy and cool this year, with bright colors, earthy tones, novelty appeal, and nostalgic charm. By scavenging the antique malls or surveying the gems at local boutiques, you’ll make the old look young again. more

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Photos by Larry Kuzniewski

Spring is near and nothing says garden party like colorful sophistication. Let these ensembles be your guide. Mix bold patterns with blocks of solid color. Pair your preppy classics with bright accents. Above all, leave the snowy winter far, far behind you. more

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