May 2007

In This Issue

Teach for America: Jeff Osborne

Feast on This

The Glory of Southern Cooking.

News Bites

Teach for America: Athena Palmer

Single Sex vs. Co-ed Schools

Braised Halibut

Cafe Society's Chef Cullen Kent Offers Us One of His French-Inspired Springtime Favorites.

By the Numbers

Riding with the King

Meet the woman who's kept the world's most famous bluesman on schedule for more than 50 years.

Corps Values

They're young, driven, idealistic. Can these members of Teach for America help failing students succeed?

Keeping Tabs on the News

Teach for America: Katie Campbell

Q&A: Richard Bausch

The Main Attraction

Spindini brings the Grisanti name -- and talent -- back downtown.

Pitching His Craft

Young hurlers have a new resource in former big-leaguer John Denny.

Upright Citizen

Don't miss songstress Amy LaVere's confident second album, "Anchors & Anvils."

Contributors

Separate But Equal?

When it comes to the balance of power between city and county leaders, the description is about as accurate as it was, well, the first time around.

See Gin Run

Memphis' own Ginnifer Goodwin is quietly taking over Hollywood, one role at a time.

Keeping Score

Diversity in professional fields, not playing fields, is news we can use.

Teach for America: Tim Ware

Raleigh Ruins

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

Mission: Possible

A University of Memphis nursing program benefits both students and patients.

May 2007 Backtalk

Vino Vocab

A primer on how to speak wine-geek.

Gin's Tonic

Staff Pick: Dark Continent and Other Stories

Water Works

Whether a do-it-yourself kit or installed by professionals, fountains and pools can add a splash of life to a garden.