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Kallen Redux

The greatest diva Memphis has ever produced, Kallen Esperian has sung with Pavarotti and Domingo, performed before kings and queens, and starred in opera classics all over the world.

A Murder in Central Gardens Part II

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

Pain Pioneers

Thirty years ago, an Arkansas anesthesiologist and a Brazilian neurologist opened the Mid-South's first accredited pain clinic.

All That Jazz in the Land of Blues

The music we never knew.

A Murder in Central Gardens Part I

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

Wind Gap

On the anniversary of a horrific accident, a woman confronts her long-held fears.
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“Looking at Women” at the Brooks

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

The Whitehaven High School Hangout

For decades, Chenault’s Drive-In was one of the most popular eateries in Memphis and an after-school hangout for the Whitehaven High crowd.

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Five Things to Do This Weekend in Memphis February 27th-March 1st

Take advantage of closing weekend for the Winter Wonder exhibit while celebrating the new planting season.

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

Travelers Would Find This Beautiful Tourist Court Hard to Resist

Bob Berryman, owner of the famed Silver Slipper Club, also opened a stunning tourist court in South Memphis, built in an eye-catching adobe style. Here’s how it looked when it first opened in 1937.

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Augusta Campbell Named One of 50 Best-Dressed Southerners

In its 2015 Best-Dressed list, “Southern Living” dubbed “Memphis” magazine’s fashion editor one of the most stylish fashionistas in the South.

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Five Things To Do This Weekend in Memphis February 20th-22nd

Celebrate the weekend with some fun events honoring the history of Memphis.

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

The Man in Black - When He Was Just a Kid

Before he became a famous singer, known as “The Man in Black,” Johnny Cash was just a regular kid, named J.R. Cash. Here’s how he looked in high school.

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The Memphis magazine staff blog

Five Things to Do This Weekend in Memphis February 13th - February 15th

Valentine's Day weekend offers the usual celebrations of love as well as a few unconventional ones that you might not have considered yet.

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Dr. John Shea, Medical Pioneer, Dies

In 1956, Dr. John Shea invented a medical technique that restored hearing to deaf people. It was one of countless achievements in a remarkable life. Here, just an excerpt from a 1980 “Memphis” magazine profile.

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Snaps and pics from events around Memphis, by our staff photographers

Memphis Super Lawyers

Reception celebrates the Mid-South’s Super Lawyers.

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Snaps and pics from events around Memphis, by our staff photographers

Regions Delivers Cheeriodicals to Le Bonheur - December 25, 2014

Regions Teams with Cheeriodicals To Spread Christmas Cheer at Le Bonheur.

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

When Did the Loeb Companies Operate Turkish Baths?

The Loeb Companies, known for everything from BBQ to real estate, at one time operated Turkish baths in Memphis.

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

Snipping the Ribbon To Open Julius Lewis’ Newest Store

In 1956, Julius Lewis opened a new store downtown at Main and Gayoso.

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2015 Fiction Contest Deadline Extended

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Buy the Ask Vance Books

Memphis' premier trivia expert tells all in his new book Ask Vance: Book Two. Order your copy for $24.00 today!

Office Rehab

Creating great workspaces
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Lafayette Draper

A toast to his memory.
February 10, 2015 12:34 PM

Q&A With Logan Guleff

Twelve-year-old winner of “MasterChef Junior.”
February 4, 2015 03:05 PM
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Ten Destinations for Your Honeymoon

Taking your first trip as newlyweds.
February 1, 2015 12:00 PM

“Memphis” Magazine’s Home Design Awards 2015 - The Winners

Celebrating the best in local home design.
February 1, 2015 12:00 AM
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Alice Bingham, Urban Pioneer

How Alice Bingham transformed Memphis from a “$200 town” into a serious fine-art market.
January 1, 2015 12:00 AM

The “Forgotten Adventures” of Richard Halliburton

A concise new biography covers the life of a man of marvels.
December 3, 2014 04:00 PM
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“Memphis” Magazine’s Home Design Awards 2015 - The Winners

Celebrating the best in local home design.
February 1, 2015 12:00 AM

A Memorable Memphis Wedding

Eliza Wellford and Richard Fletcher III, March 8, 2014, at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens.
January 2, 2015 12:32 PM
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