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September-2014

What’s a community without kids? Harbor Town is home to a pair of unique schools, each facility blended into the waterside landscape as though that part of Mud Island had been created to hold it. The ... more

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“Get in. Get out. Get well.” That’s the motto at Harbor Town’s neighborhood medical clinic, Harbor of Health. The clinic staff prides itself on offering quick and easy same-day appointments, and the g... more

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Developed on a sandbar smack-dab on the river, Harbor Town grew from Henry Turley’s vision, and this year it celebrates a quarter of a century. more

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Autumn will be here soon! more

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My very first year in Memphis. more

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Dreamstime

Tax breaks — also knows as PILOTS — are rife with hidden costs. more

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Photography by Larry Kuzniewski

World-renowned scale model designer works on South Main. more

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Chef Michele D’Oto dresses up Cordova with fine dining and luscious Italian cuisine. more

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And if you flub your lines first time around, you can always try, try again. more

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New works by Hampton Sides, Mark Greaney, Ace Atkins, Courtney Miller Santo, Stephen Schottenfeld, and Jay Schoenberger. more

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This Kansas native came to Memphis in 1995, bringing his touring company with him. Since then Tad Pierson, who once ran back-road tours of Route 66, has been driving visitors around town in a 1955 Cad... more

Culture

Taking the arts directly to senior citizens of Memphis. more

Culture

A comprehensive list of senior living options in the area. more

Home

Eudora builds a cottage and mock weddings in Memphis. more

Ask Vance

Where do the locals go to eat and play? more

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Entrepreneur Jimmy Lewis is no stranger to selling. In 1979, he founded Squash Blossom, the first natural food grocery store in Memphis, but sold it 20 years later to Wild Oats Market when he left to ... more

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We're pleased to announce that our annual short story contest for Mid-South writers — cosponsored by The Booksellers at Laurelwood and Burke's Book Store — will be held again this year. The winning... more

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Schweinehaus, the newest addition to the resurgence of Overton Square, received an enthusiastic willkommen as customers lined around the block for its early September opening. With the slogan “A celeb... more

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Delta Tree

Willy Bearden

Filmmaker, writer, photographer Willy Bearden will host a reception of his photographs and the show “All Over the Place” this Thursday, Sept. 18, at the WKNO offices on Cherry Farms Rd.  The show i... more

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Photos by Justin Fox Burks

The menu at Robata Ramen & Yakitori Bar, Jimmy Ishii’s new Japanese restaurant in Overton Square, is a lot to take in, with adventuresome dishes (wasabi octopus with pickled daikon), new dishes (st... more

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