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April 2008

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In This Issue


Price Points

What makes a bottle worth the extra money?

Reign Check

The year Cotton Carnival took a backseat to tragedy

31 Hours, 28 Minutes

A timeline of Dr. Martin Luther King's last hours in Memphis

Current Events

Quality cuisine in a riverside setting makes for a winning combination

Full Circle?

Staff Pick: The Girl in the Picture: The Story of Kim Phuc, the Photograph, and the Vietnam War

Shelf Life

The Strike Zone


Tired of "playing by the rules," the invaders- Memphis' version of the Black Panthers - adopted a more militant approach to the movement. But did it work?

Cover Story

Stax puts its spin on Motown. The result? Soul, man.

Minority Report

Poetically Speaking

Beth Ann Fennelly: in Oxford, for good.

Getting Ahead

The Lions in Winter

Ten Civil Rights pioneers take us back to the dark days of April 1968.

The Uncertainty of Hope

Johnnie Turner

The Crucible

The National Civil Rights Museum: from scarred to sacred ground

Filo Chicken Rolls

This big Greek recipe is courtesy of Angelo D. Liollo Jim's Place

News Bites

Martin Luther King: The Man, The Mountaintop

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