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Forest of Dreams

The Grove at Ole Miss is to college football what Valhalla was to Norse warriors. There is no other place like it on earth.

Art Attack

Naked girls, death threats, car bombs, even a kidnapping. Are you kidding? Nope — Just a day in the life of Memphis College of Art 40 years ago.

Honor Bound

What really happened in the Trinity Commons parking lot?

A Murder in Central Gardens Part I

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.

Elvis: End of an Era

The story of the King's passing, as told in our September 1977 issue.
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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

Lost Memphis: South Belvedere — Wait, It’s Still the Same!

The trees have grown, but South Belvedere has changed very little since this photo was taken in 1926.

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

When Trent Wood Met George Bruno

It’s handy when two people I’ve written about come together in one photo: in this case, TV personality Trent Wood and Bruno’s By-Ryt owner George Bruno.

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

Want a Bird’s-Eye View of Memphis 50 Years Ago? The Historic Aerials Website Gives You That — and More

The Historic Aerials website is a treasure trove of images for historians and anyone who wants a glimpse into the past — without using a time machine.

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

Is This the Original Sign from the Capitol Theatre? (Today Home of Stax Records)

A photo mystery: Was this metal dome ever part of the sign for the old Capitol Theatre, which was converted into Stax Records?

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

True Hart: A Glimpse into the Family of True Vine Farm

The Harts make farming a family affair.

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

Remember Lakeland?

No trace — except for the lake itself — remains of the 1960s amusement park Memphians fondly remember as Lakeland. Just a few photos, like the one shown here.

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

Now Sprouting Up in Germantown: New Grocery Officially Opens on Wednesday, and We Previewed It for You

Sprouts Farmers Market now open in Germantown.

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

Chubby Vegetarian Brings Pop-Up Restaurant to Iris Etc. on Saturday

Local cookbook authors and bloggers Amy Lawrence and Justin Fox Burks host the Chubby Vegetarian pop-up restaurant at Iris Etc. this weekend.

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

More Details About the John Wilkes Booth Mummy Mystery

In the 1930s, “LIFE” magazine told the story of a Memphis attorney who claimed he owned the mummified body of John Wilkes Booth. Here’s more information about that story.

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

Relevant Roasters Set To Open Coffee Bar in Mid-July

Specialty wholesale roaster to bring third wave coffee to Broad Avenue neighborhood.

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

Lost Memphis: Lauderdale Industries

Readers have asked Vance, “How did your family make its money?” Well, here’s how.

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

Five Spot Menu from Kelly English: Fun, Filling, and Delicious

Don’t miss chicken-skin BLT’s, catfish in a skillet, and $6 Tito’s Bloody Mary’s.

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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

Ice Cream Treats at Los Jarochos Cool Down Memphis Heat

Look for creamy paletas and fruit-filled Tornados at this shop on Summer Avenue.

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

A 1911 View of Broad Avenue in Memphis

A 1911 postcard offers a rare view of Broad Avenue before it was annexed. Look closely and you’ll see a hog hanging outside an old-timey grocery store.

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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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Memphis Is Having a Big-League Moment

The Grizzlies have done their part in making Memphis a better place.
July 1, 2015 12:00 AM

Hot dog! Memphis Restaurants Gussy Up Summertime's Party in a Bun

Try any of our top picks for best hot dog in Memphis!
July 1, 2015 12:00 AM
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Inside the Hotel Pontotoc

On a quiet street off South Main, the Pontotoc has been a part of downtown Memphis for more than a century. The building has a story to tell. And so do the people who've made this one-of-a-kind urban treasure their home.
This downtown building has a story to tell.
July 2, 2015 03:41 PM

Memphis Slim House

Bridging history and the “now.”
July 1, 2015 12:00 PM
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Growing Up With Harper Lee

Memphian John Turner remembers the Lee family.
August 1, 2015 12:00 AM

Jun Kaneko at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens

August 1, 2015 12:00 AM
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Emily Neff

Our interview with the new director of the Brooks Museum of Art.
August 3, 2015 11:02 AM

Inside the Hotel Pontotoc

On a quiet street off South Main, the Pontotoc has been a part of downtown Memphis for more than a century. The building has a story to tell. And so do the people who've made this one-of-a-kind urban treasure their home.
This downtown building has a story to tell.
July 2, 2015 03:41 PM
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