January 2011

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In This Issue

We Can Work It Out

Gear up for the new year and a new fitness regimen with the help of our friends at Breakaway Running and Fleet Feet Sports. From top-of-the-line togs and hydration handhelds to stretching tools and spiffy new shoes, you’ll show 2011 who runs this town . . .

Blues Brew

Eden Brent's new album blends Memphis soul with New Orleans swing.

In the Beginning

Publisher Kenneth Neill reflects on the first 35 years of Memphis magazine.

Call Them Indispensable

A salute to six Memphis nurses.

Dragons In His Midst

A West Tennessee writer combines fantasy and inspiration.

Job Security

The road may be bumpy but the path to the American Dream still exists.

Lustron Living

Sixty years ago, a Chicago company offered prefab homes acclaimed as "a model for living." Three of them are still standing in Memphis. Meet one of the owners.

Ollie's Trolley

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

On Track

The Trolley Stop Market puts a local spin on homestyle cooking.

Staying the Course

Too many Teach for America members make a difference -- then leave. Is the program worth it? But after five years, the differences are starting to add up.

Tax Talk

They don't always make sense, but there are definite rules about how the money can be spent.

Thin Zin?

Here's how to fit wine into the New Year's diet.

Tim Dalfiume

Yes, MAM

Memphis Athletic Ministries gives inner-city youth a positive resource.

The Mapmaker

Why John Ryder just might be the most influential politician in Memphis in 2011.

Rudy's Regimen

The Grizzlies' Rudy Gay puts in the work -- off-camera -- so he can shine when the lights are brightest.
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