April 2014

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In This Issue

Willy Bearden

Images from one of Memphis’ best-known filmmakers.

Waiting for Godot with John Ford

Now out of prison, the flamboyant state senator and scion of Memphis' most prominent political clan probes his chances for a comeback.

Thirty-Eight Special

With spring comes yet another birthday for Memphis magazine.

Taboo Topic

Nobody likes to talk about it, but our community needs frank and informed dialogue about sex.

Don’t Think Twice; It’s All Right

How I almost changed Furry Lewis’ life.

Q&A: Barrie Wexner-Wurzburg of Joseph

“Memphis” magazine sits down with the president of Joseph in Memphis.

The Real McCoy

A prominent dealer of fine French antiques moves to Memphis.

Body, Mind, and Spirit

Reaching out from the city’s heart, the Salvation Army Kroc Center touches the whole person.

Memphis Goes to Downton Abbey

A special celebration at Highclere Castle in England with the Simpsons.

School Daze

In 2014, Memphis faces a turning point in the way it educates its children.

Tidbits: Skewer

Crane Company

The Crane Company and Collins Chapel.

Family Flavor

Frank Grisanti celebrates 26 years serving heart-warming Italian crowd pleasers at Embassy Suites.

Self-Made Man

The life and times (and music) of William Alexander Chilton.

Capital Thrill: Nashville

Discovering Nashville’s lesser-known treasures.
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