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Oshi Burger Bar Ups the Ante

Try the truffle special at Oshi Burger Bar for Downtown Dining Week.

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To eat, drink and do business, Cafe Keough has it all.

Mix food and work with French bistro’s tapas, coffee, and cocktails.

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Belly Acres Will Add New Fun Meaning to Farm-to-Table

Belly Acres, a family-friendly gourmet burger joint in Overton Square, is set to open in early December.

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Wind Gap

On the anniversary of a horrific accident, a woman confronts her long-held fears.

The Crying Angel

What is the story of the “Crying Angel” — a terrifying creature that supposedly roams a patch of woods near Millington?

Lady of the Lake

Martha McKay's love affair with Arkansas' iconic Horseshoe Plantation.

The French Connection

After thirty years in Memphis, River Oaks chef/owner Jose Gutierrez reflects upon his distinguished culinary career.

A Murder in Central Gardens Part II

The story behind a horrific Midtown murder that took a dozen years to solve.

Honor Bound

What really happened in the Trinity Commons parking lot?
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Some of the Best Neon in Town

The Riviera Grill, on Jackson Avenue, was one of Memphis’ most popular restaurants and nightspots. And what a great neon sign!

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A Rare View of the Silver Slipper

A vacant lot marks the site of one of Memphis’ most popular nightspots, the Silver Slipper supper club.

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The Memphis Magazine Staff Blog

Words from the First World War

My grandfather, Cullen Finger, fought in World War I and kept a diary of his battle experiences, including the day he was shot and gassed. Here are some excerpts.

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A history mystery: What school is shown in this old Safety Patrol photograph?

An undated photograph shows students and a Safety Patrol boy at a busy intersection. Well, where were they in Memphis?

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An unusual memorial marks the last resting place of Memphis photographer Ernest Withers.

Photographer Ernest Withers spent most of his life capturing Memphis with his camera, so it only makes sense that a camera-shaped tombstone marks his grave in Elmwood Cemetery.

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Party Pix

Snaps From Parties and Events Around Memphis

“MBQ” Innovation Awards - September 24, 2014

View Party Pix from the Second Annual 2014 “MBQ” Innovation Awards held September 24th.

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Party Pix

Snaps From Parties and Events Around Memphis

The “Memphis Flyer” Best of Memphis Event | Beale Street Landing - October 2014

View Party Pix from the 2014 “Best of Memphis” event.

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A Smashing Day at Julius Lewis

In 1975, a Memphis driver lost control of his car and crashed into the Julius Lewis store in Midtown.

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Like a View into Another World

A 1960s postcard view of a Cotton Carnival parade shows how dramatically Main Street has changed over the years.

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Another Lost Memphis Landmark: The Crescent Lake

The Crescent Lake was another unique roadside attraction along Summer Avenue.

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A Postcard View of Julius Lewis’ Downtown Store

Julius Lewis was one of many fine Memphis department stores — among them, Goldsmith’s and Lowenstein’s — that are now part of “Lost Memphis.”

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Remember the Alamo, but let’s not forget another one of Summer Avenue’s funky motels.

Not as architecturally significant as the Alamo Plaza, the Silver Horse Shoe was another Summer Avenue motel landmark for decades. And don’t forget the crazy-looking diner next door!

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Remember the Alamo?

It was hard for tourists and other travelers to miss the distinctive architecture of the Alamo Plaza.

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Margaret Polk: The Memphis Belle

The world knew about the romance between Margaret Polk and the pilot of “The Memphis Belle,” but their wedding was called off.

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For Holiday Gift Giving, Think Local

Shop local with “Memphis” magazine’s Holiday 2014 gift picks.
November 12, 2014 02:05 PM

Lafayette’s in Overton Square

Returning with a lively menu of favorite dishes from the South.
November 12, 2014 11:08 AM
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Nancy Willis’ Linden Avenue Apartment

An inside look at one of Midtown’s most historic apartments.
October 8, 2014 06:06 PM

Retirement Resources

A comprehensive list of senior living options in the area.
October 3, 2014 03:46 PM
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For Holiday Gift Giving, Think Local

Shop local with “Memphis” magazine’s Holiday 2014 gift picks.
November 12, 2014 02:05 PM

Saj Crone

Taking a closer look at one of the city’s most prominent photographers.
November 10, 2014 01:45 PM
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For Holiday Gift Giving, Think Local

Shop local with “Memphis” magazine’s Holiday 2014 gift picks.
November 12, 2014 02:05 PM

Saj Crone

Taking a closer look at one of the city’s most prominent photographers.
November 10, 2014 01:45 PM
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