July 2008

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In This Issue

Patients and Care

Easing symptoms and soothing spirits are all in a day's work for nurse Kay Beard.

Ciao Down

With more choices on the menu, change is good at this East Memphis eatery. But a few glitches still need work.

News Bites


Howard Bahr and Christian Patterson have a good look at the everyday.

Surface Tension

A few convenient tips for skin care during the outdoor season.


Something Old + Something New = Sold

Pan Seared Diver Scallops

Chef Erling Jensen spices up summer with this sensational seafood dish.

By the Numbers

Top Doctors

A national survey lists the very best physicians in Memphis.

Now and Then

Two collectors find joy in suffrage.



Letters to the Editor

Memphis' Top Doctors

A national survey lists the very best physicians in Memphis.

You're the Top...

Editor's Letter

Ask Vance

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

Staff Pick: A Death in the Family: A Restoration of the Author's Text

Collected works of James Agee, ED. Michael Lofaro (University of Tennessee Press)

City Confidential

Songs in the key of irony, honesty, or just plain insightful.

Trey Giuntini

Q & A with Trey Giuntini

What Goes Around

One scornful line in a movie sent its sales plunging. Now meriot is back in all its rich, smooth glory.

America the Pharmaceutical

Give us this day our daily meds...

Buzz Kill

One Memphis company helps take the sting out of summer.

Cutting Edge

Minimally invasive procedures mean less pain and faster recovery for many patients.

Drive-Ins vs the Cineplex

Some things are better in their original, simple form, and the drive-in movie theater is one of them.

Crude Remarks

No matter how high gas prices rise, we're still not ready to get on the bus.
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