May 2014

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In This Issue

The House on the Hill

A remarkable retreat in rural Shelby County.

What We Keep

Maternal gifts never lose their value.

Daniel Friedman’s “Don’t Ever Look Back”

Daniel Friedman lays down the law (again) in his second noir mystery set in Memphis

One-Armed Wonder

Memphis baseball player Pete Gray.

Have Dog, Will Travel

Traveling with your canine pals.

You Never Know Until You Try

A new, young group of entrepreneurs may have as much impact on Memphis as the great names from the past.

Rigged is Relative

The pros and cons of do-it-yourself investing.

Memphis Fashion Week

The season's best clothes and accessories

Back to the Farm

Four days of live music (and magic) attract droves to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

Q&A With Jim McCullough

Carnival Memphis 2014 king and president of General Truck Sales and Service, Inc., and Volvo Truck Leasing of Memphis.

Memphis Comes to Memphis

Furniture with flair from 1980s Milan.

World Champion Pit Master Melissa Cookston

Family, food, and smokin’ in the boys’ room.

Tom Lee: A Hero’s Tale

Tom Lee’s exploits are the stuff of local legend. Here’s the story of the man behind the myth.

In the Beginning: Great Moments in Memphis Barbecue

Back in 1967, when Memphis in May launched its first international festival, the city’s “exotic” restaurants were few and far between.

Think Global, Eat Local

Unique international restaurants add authenticity and new flavors to a founding mission of Memphis in May.
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