February 2011

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In This Issue

Kitchen Kitsch

Some things never go out of style. Classic vintage kitchenware keeps things kitschy and cool this year, with bright colors, earthy tones, novelty appeal, and nostalgic charm. By scavenging the antique malls or surveying the gems at local boutiques, you’ll make the old look young again.

A Guide to the Casino Resorts in Tunica County

Memphis magazine Super Lawyers Party December 2010

Going for the Gold

All hail the winners of the Memphis magazine restaurant poll!

Back to the Classics

A home-grown chef dons the apron at Chez Philippe.

A Tall Serve

In tennis, size definitely matters.


The state government has hit "pause" when it comes to luring filmmakers to Memphis.

Fill Me In

Dermal fillers get under your skin, but in a good way.

In the Beginning

Jason Wang

Very Curious

Our trivia expert solves local mysteries of who, what, when, where, why, and why not.

Opening New Doors

With their new album, Luther and Cody Dickinson cope with the loss of their famous father.

Photo Ops

Eggleston shows his B-sides; England goes Carribbean; UTHSC celebrates its 100th.

When Cupid Strikes... Again!

With time, a true Valentine becomes so much more.


Jim's Place gets it all right with a lively new restaurant in the center of town.

Clarksdale: Moving Past the Crossroads

How one Delta community is looking to the future by reclaiming its past.

The Good Diner

Veteran waiters dish on what they like - and sometimes loathe - in restaurant patrons. Check out their do's and dont's. You just might see yourself.
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