Also in this issue, we visit Circa restaurant, get a great shrimp-and-grits recipe from the Grove Grill, and Vance explains the Memphis connection to the Liberty Bell. On newsstands now.">

November 2007

In This Issue

Mississippi Madness

A Murder in Central Gardens Part II

The story behind a horrific Midtown murder that took a dozen years to solve.
After two defendants were acquitted in the 1995 slaying of Emily Fisher, new evidence in 2003 led straight to her son’s best friend. Today, though questions linger, family members try to move forward.

Wrap It Up! (Our 2007 Holiday Gift Guide)

We help take the guesswork out of gift giving -- and packaging -- this year.

Full Circle

Circa brings its special blend of exuberance and expertise to South Main.

Bell of the Bluff

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

November 2007 Backtalk

Delta Queen

Fashion at its finest.

A New Direction

The Metropolitan Planning Organization shows new awareness of environmental issues. And it's about time.

By the Numbers

Class Act

Introducing: award-winning writer and teacher Rebecca Skloot.

The Silent Menace

What you don't know might hurt you.

Wishes Granted

Like all of us, seniors have dreams, and a local organization is making them real.

Rocky Road

Lineup changes and touring disasters have given Ingram Hill - and their new album - a rough ride.

November 2007 Contributors

Q&A: Charles Blake

Presiding Bishop, Church of God in Christ.

Remembering Emily

Emily Fisher In Letters

Burgundy Blues

Don't give up hope, there's still burgundy abounding.

Bathing Beauty

Tired of your ugly tub or old shower? Don't yank them out. Just cover them up.
When your home was first built, the porcelain tub gleamed, the ceramic tiles glistened, and the whole bathroom looked spic-and-span.

Revved Up

What do newspaper stories and NASCAR have in common? Sponsors.

Four More Years?

One mayor. Two decades. Too much.

Fashion: Native American or Pilgrim?

Pictures of Hope

A Salvation Army project lets kids capture their dreams on film.