Michael Finger

A primary-care physician can serve as the first defense in battling all forms of addiction. Read more


A close look at new therapies and treatment for diseases of the eye. Read more

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Dr. James Calandruccio's patients are in good hands at Campbell Clinic. Read more


From the archives: A Halloween guide to the ghosts of Rhodes College Read more


The newspapers of the day regarded him as "extremely extreme." Read more


The true story of the Wandering Weevils of Arkansas A&M College, who lost almost every game they played — on purpose. Read more


Half a century old, the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association is needed now more than ever. Read more


Tucked away in Memphis' corners and side streets are small businesses that just keep on keepin' on; you can keep time on them. We picked two hands' full, and have taken to calling them "Nooks and Crannies." What can we say? It fits. Read more

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The Memphis Flyer, Memphis magazine, and Inside Memphis Business were winners in this 11-state regional journalism competition hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists. Read more

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Karen Pulfer Focht

When his son was born with diabetes, Dr. Kashif Latif found his true calling. Read more


Kennard Brown

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An executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Dr. Kennard Brown believes UT "has a social responsibility to offer everybody an equal opportunity to contribute to the greater good." Read more


Mearl Purvis

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Mearl Purvis, one of the best-known anchors in Memphis television history, has been the news anchor at WHBQ Fox 13 for 13 years. She recalls what her parents taught her: "You can't let hate eat you up from the inside out." Read more


Martin Luther King, Jr. 4/3/68

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An account of Dr. Martin Luther King's final 31 hours and 28 minutes. Read more



Brandon Dill

A deep dive into some of the best work by one of Memphis' busiest freelance photographers. Read more

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Chambers Chapel United Methodist Church is a testament to the Shelby County families who built it — and have preserved it for generations to come. Read more


New Memphis hosted a seminar on the urban renaissance of Memphis. Read more

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Brad Jones

Forty years after his death, we look back at four decades of Elvis in the pages of Memphis magazine. Read more


Meet the Memphis boy who grew up to become the most wanted man in America. Read more


One patient’s success story with a new type of cardiac ablation. Read more

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