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A Postcard View of Julius Lewis’ Downtown Store

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.

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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Memphis Stew

Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food
Travel Eats: Hannah Bailey Shares Favorite Finds in San Francisco

Travel Eats: Hannah Bailey Shares Favorite Finds in San Francisco

Take the time to find hidden gems, but don’t miss libations at Rickhouse and Michael Mina’s RN74.

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Memphis Stew

Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food
“The Southern Pantry Cookbook” Pulls Together Dinner with Ingredients on Hand

“The Southern Pantry Cookbook” Pulls Together Dinner with Ingredients on Hand

Jennifer Chandler signs books Saturday at Babcock Gifts and Thursday at The Booksellers.

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Remember the Alamo?

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

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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Memphis Stew

Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food
Try Ginger Scones and Specialty Brews at Muddy’s Grind House

Try Ginger Scones and Specialty Brews at Muddy’s Grind House

Coffee, treats, and yoga in the morning perk up charming new shop.

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Who Were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Adams?

Who Were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Adams?

Newspaper articles tell about Frank Ward and his wife occupying the Sunset Home during its entire existence. But photos also show another family living there.

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Party Pix

Snaps From Parties and Events Around Memphis
Memphis Advertising Federation Plug-In Event at Amurica Photo - September 4, 2014

Memphis Advertising Federation Plug-In Event at Amurica Photo - September 4, 2014

Party Pix from the Memphis Advertising Federation Plug-In Event at Amurica Photo - September 4, 2014.

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“Hallelujah” Screening at Brooks Thursday

“Hallelujah” Screening at Brooks Thursday

The remarkable film Hallelujah will be screened Thursday night at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. The brainchild of artfully named director King Vidor, the movie was filmed in 1928 — entirely in Memphis — and released in 1929. It was a novelty in that it featured...

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Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food
Here’s a Look at Jackson Kramer’s New Restaurant Bounty on Broad

Here’s a Look at Jackson Kramer’s New Restaurant Bounty on Broad

Much-loved chef brings signature food to Broad Avenue Arts District.

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Make Your Weekend Mean Something With Oktoberfest at High Cotton Brewery

Make Your Weekend Mean Something With Oktoberfest at High Cotton Brewery

Celebrate the polka, craft beer, bratwurst, and locally sourced kraut.

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