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Richard J. Alley

Look for “Sketches” in the June 2017 issue of Memphis magazine. more

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Three writers span time and space to bring us tales tall and true. more

Culture

Fiction contest

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Entries must be postmarked by February 15, 2017. more

The Memo

Tales of cultures, clashes, Faulkner, and Fowler. more

Culture

The Booksellers will host the author at Bounty on Broad. more

The Memo

Two new releases are a feast for the senses. more

Culture

The institution's first female president will bring a "mix of passion, experience, and student-centeredness." more

The Memo

Author Michael Finger will sign copies of the book at the Booksellers next week. more

The Memo

A gateway to Overton Park's Old Forest is in the works. more

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The Lasting Legacy of Dr. William E. Troutt more

News & Features

Between the covers of these books lies mystery and mayhem. more

Culture

A Memphis institution turns forty. more

News & Features

Entries must be postmarked by February 15, 2017. more

The Memo

When his son leaves for college, a dad takes time to reflect. more

Columns

From the real to the make-believe, home can be found in a book. more

Culture

A Q&A with the Memphis author. more

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Chip Chockley

The scenic highway in the panhandle of Florida is a well-known destination for Memphians. more

Travel

Our interview with the newly named Martha R. Robinson endowed curator of the Dixon. more

Columns

Some recent advancements within our medical community. more

News & Features

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Courtesy Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Exhibit at the Dixon Gallery celebrates hand-fan art. more

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