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The Rodney Dangerfield of Government

The Rodney Dangerfield of Government

Despite facts about taxes in the suburbs, the City of Memphis gets no respect.
Yes All Movies

Yes All Movies

In the wake of the UC-Santa Barbara shootings, it’s time to admit that pop culture influences us in profound and complex ways.
Q&A With Anne Pitts

Q&A With Anne Pitts

Memphis Hits the National Radar

Memphis Hits the National Radar

Thanks to Mayor Wharton, Memphis is squarely on the national stage.
The Local Gambling Scene

The Local Gambling Scene

Harrah’s may be shuttered, but gaming is far from dead.
The August Elections

The August Elections

Study the candidates’ records, and get to the polls.
Memphis’ Past Has No Connection With Its Future

Memphis’ Past Has No Connection With Its Future

What comes after the legend?
Memphis Culture

Memphis Culture

A few points for the novice.
Closing the Talent Gap

Closing the Talent Gap

Our city’s best chance for success in the future.
The Memphis Flyer’s 25th Anniversary

The Memphis Flyer’s 25th Anniversary

High Flyin’
What We Keep

What We Keep

Maternal gifts never lose their value.
You Never Know Until You Try

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

Rigged is Relative

The pros and cons of do-it-yourself investing.
In the Beginning: Great Moments in Memphis Barbecue

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.
Thirty-Eight Special

Thirty-Eight Special

With spring comes yet another birthday for Memphis magazine.
School Daze

School Daze

In 2014, Memphis faces a turning point in the way it educates its children.

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