May 2009

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In This Issue

Lost At Home

Remembered joys are not so much about place, but people.

Staff Pick: You Must Be This Happy To Enter

by Elizabeth Crane (Punk Planet Books)

Points Taken

A facelift doesn't have to be traumatic. And it doesn't require a knife.

Park With A Past

Q & A: Clyde Carson

Hours For The Taking

Seared Ahi Tuna

What's hot and cool, sweet and spicy, and guaranteed to disappear from the serving dish faster than you can say "more"? This appetizer from Javier Lopez, executive chef at Folks Folly Prime Steakhouse

Graphic Violence

A local comic book artist takes his shot.

Morality Play

Ace Atkins: back at the scene of the crime.

Instrumental Change

The City Champs: Championing the "comeback" of the jazz age.

Wedding Wines

One less decision to make for the Big Day.

Sprawl Brawl

The battle between "smart growth" and street cred.

Happy Trail(ers)

Airstreams and American Dreams: Just another day in the life of Tad Pierson.

A New Reign

Sushi and French-Asian fusion cuisine rule in Cordova.

A Perfect Fit

How one couple brought their Lebanese heritage, heirlooms, and love of entertaining to a stunning Midtown house.

By The Numbers

Grease vs. Saturday Night Fever

Million Dollar Babies

In the market for a mansion? You're in luck.
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