December 2013

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In This Issue

C'est Magnifique!

The Peabody's Chez Philippe rediscovers classical French cuisine

The Crying Angel

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

Travel With a Memphis Twist

A Garden District birthday party in Amsterdam.

You Can Keep Your Electronic Books

At least one millennial loves the real thing.

Tidbits: Ronnie Grisanti's

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

Just Drive It.

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

Micah Greenstein: Gift of the Rabbi

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

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.
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