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Memphis Magazine, September 2018

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On the grounds of the Memphis Botanic Garden,, September 30th. more

Travel

Hotel-hopping and tourist-gawking in the thoroughly cosmopolitan and distinctly local cultures of Osaka and Kyoto more

Travel

Sports betting comes to the Mid-South. Will it last? more

Columns

For more than 55 years, he started, taught, and led various Christian Brothers’ schools in the Midwest. In 2000, he retired at 78 and was sent by the Lasallian Order to live out his retirement at Lambert Hall on the CBU campus. more

Features

"In the Garden," on view at the Dixon through September 30, explores the history of photography and our connection to nature. more

Culture

No staging, no styling: just pure Memphis style. Authentic, unvarnished, unretouched, inventive, inspiring. more

Culture

For a half century now, Harold Byrd has waved the flag of his beloved Memphis Tigers. And football season has never felt better. more

Features

Lee Harris

Jackson Baker

The Mayor Leagues: Jim Strickland is a thousand days into his job, while Lee Harris is just getting started. more

Columns

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

Longform

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Justin Fox Burks

Celebrating the restaurant's 20th anniversary with a new "Taste Around the World" bar menu. more

Food 1 Comments

Dear Vance: An old building on Jackson has a painted sign with the words “Mr. Bower” below what seems to be an image of a dog. Who was Bower, and what kind of business was this? more

Ask Vance

Memphis gathers to mourn the legendary singer at the house where she was born. more

Features

Memphis Chef Ryan Trimm adds Southern soul to an upscale steakhouse downtown. more

Food

A quick overview of some of the major player's in the mayor's "cabinet." more

Features

In 2015 the mayor promised to be "brilliant at the basics." How's he done, and what happens next? more

Features

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