December 2013

In This Issue

C'est Magnifique!

The Peabody's Chez Philippe rediscovers classical French cuisine

Just Drive It.

In praise of road trips, rental cars, and northwest Arkansas.

You Can Keep Your Electronic Books

At least one millennial loves the real thing.

The Crying Angel

What is the story of the “Crying Angel” — a terrifying creature that supposedly roams a patch of woods near Millington?

Micah Greenstein: Gift of the Rabbi

Nearly 30 years ago he answered a calling. Today people of faith respond to his

Travel With a Memphis Twist

A Garden District birthday party in Amsterdam.

Tidbits: Ronnie Grisanti's

Ronnie Grisanti serves longtime favorites from family recipes in Sheffield Mall in Collierville.

Seasonal High Notes

Characters referenced, Stax recalled, and the South defined.

Table-Top Holiday Style

Three different holiday tablescapes staged by the talented team of Russell Whitehead and Ruthie Bowlin.

Making a List, And Checking it Twice

52 things to do in Memphis, one for every week of the year.

Room at the Top

Looks this season are powerful, rich with textures, and a little seductive.

Natural Attraction

A new plan offers several ways that Memphis can make better use of the riverfront.

One for the Books

I still remember, very clearly, when and where I first met Micah Greenstein, Memphis magazine's 2013 Memphian of the Year.