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Q&A With Logan Guleff

Twelve-year-old winner of “MasterChef Junior.”

Memphis 2014: The Year in Review

The good, the bad, and the in-between.

Truth in TV News

Replaying a shocking video skews the real story.

This Could Be the Year

A short history of Memphis’ big-league hopes.

Community Spirit

Memphis is home.

In Praise of Poplar Avenue

The “spine” of Shelby County has something for everyone.

The Greatest “Tweet” in History

How JFK’s assassination was reported in the pre-internet era.

Guiding Light

From the Editor, November 2014

Re-envisioning the Future of Memphis

This view of Memphis can help shape its future.

Community Gardens in Memphis

Growing more than fresh, healthy food.

Above the Fold

Naysayers aside, print media survives.

Counter Punch

We need a zero-tolerance policy on domestic violence.

Q&A: Elizabeth Lemmonds

The maker movement and Forge.

Fall Classic

Some Octobers are more memorable than others.

Our Front Porch

My very first year in Memphis.

The Memphis PILOT Program

Tax breaks — also knows as PILOTS — are rife with hidden costs.

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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.


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.


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

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


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.


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.