November 2011

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In This Issue

Dress to the Music

Take Me to the River

As CEO of one of our city’s largest real-estate firms, Kevin Adams knows what challenges are all about. But few can compare with the 679-mile journey of self-discovery he made last March.

Moving Forward

Now the real work begins for Mayor Wharton.

Making Their Mark

Memphians on the move – and on the printed page.

Southern Sophistication

Acclaimed chef José Gutierrez gives fine French dining a comfortable bistro feel.

Banking On It

Even with need rising and donations dwindling, the Mid-South Food Bank holds to its mission.

Live and Learn

It’s time we gave thanks to all the great teachers in our lives.

Ask Vance: Peabody in the Past

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

Think Pink

Often considered a summer drink, rose wines can be perfect for the Thanksgiving table.

Party Pix: UT Health Science Center Centennial Gala

Party Pix: MBQ 5th Anniversary Party

That Modern Man Sound

Cities Aviv takes hip-hop and punk/metal music and "throws it off a cliff."

Table Talent

A local champ is mastering the sport Forrest Gump made famous.

My "Occupy Wall Street" Moment

Confessions of a mediocre investor.

What If They Gave an Election... and Nobody Came?

Ending the Silence

How one determined woman managed to keep alive the story of Japanese internment camps in Arkansas.

In The Beginning

What If They Gave an Election . . . and Nobody Came?

Strangers in a Strange Land

The remarkable art produced by Japanese Americans interned in government camps in the Arkansas Delta during World War II speaks volumes to the resilience of the human spirit.

Take Five

Film, feasts, and fun — we look at a heaping handful of unusual events around the region.
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