May 2012

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In This Issue

The Numbers Game

Name the sport, and Memphis has more seats than spectators.

Life Lessons

A unique educational center in Arkansas called the Heifer Ranch has an ambitious goal: ending world hunger. We could all learn something there.

In The Beginning

America In Flux: The Way We Were

Dixon Gallery and Gardens' board member John Horseman collects twentieth-century regional American art. We should be very glad he does.

'Tis the Season

Ace Atkins does double duty; Winston Groom remembers Shiloh; and more from Mississippi.

Running out of Options

Meeting the city budget may be a special challenge this year.

The Collaborator

Through partnerships with local leaders, this man who loves Memphis guides Latinos to a brighter future.

Midtown Midas

What has happened at 940 South Cooper is nothing short of alchemy.

School Blaze

The Pioneers

The remarkable careers of four individuals who helped Baptist Memorial Hospital reach its centennial.

Travel Companion

Across the miles — and years — with the person who made it all possible.

Bringing It Home

A pair of former Memphians — one in Nashville now, the other in London — release new albums.

Sugary Pastels

The Glory of Beverly Hall

An inside look at one of Memphis' most famous mansions.
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