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Memphis Magazine April 2006

Memphis Magazine April 2006

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Memphis Magazine April 2007

Memphis Magazine April 2007

You've seen her on the news night after night, answering the tough questions lobbed her direction about everything from football stadiums to allegations of corruption in city government. It was all in a day's work for city attorney Sara Hall. But Hall left that title behind last month when she became the VP and General Counsel for the Memphis and Shelby County Airport Authority. So, what does Hall have to say about her days at City Hall? And what was it like to work with the ever-controversial Herenton? We've got the inside scoop from Hall herself.

Also in this issue, we examine the lives of immigrants in Memphis, and what they must to do assimilate, find work, and hopefully, gain citizenship. Are these transplants taking jobs from locals by accepting lower wages and draining the social services pot, or are they adding to the city's cultural heritage and brining much-needed labor? The answer lies somewhere in between, as writer Preston Lauterbach discovers.

We also tell you just who the "Mississippi Sissy" is, check out the Blue Nile restaurant, and of course, Vance weighs in on some culinary queries in his usual quirky way. Get all this and more in the April issue of Memphis, on newsstands now.

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Memphis Magazine April 2008

Memphis Magazine April 2008

On April 4th 2008, forty years will have passed since the night Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot at the Lorraine Motel in downtown Memphis. How has Memphis changed in the years since? The April issue of Memphis magazine examines how the city has evolved and much more, with select stories available online now. To read the full issue, pick up a copy of this month's Memphis magazine.
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Memphis Magazine April 2009

Memphis Magazine April 2009

We pity the fools!

This month, Memphis magazine's own history buff and loveable curmudgeon Vance Lauderdale takes us on a stroll down history's foolish lane, citing the Bluff City's biggest blunders — and those responsible for them — in a way that only he can.

Also in this issue, senior editor Marilyn Sadler takes a look at the sobering statistics on infant mortality in Memphis. Why is our city at the top of the list, and what are we doing about it?

All of this and more in the April issue of Memphis, on newsstands now.

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Memphis Magazine April 2010

Memphis Magazine April 2010

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Memphis Magazine April 2011

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Memphis Magazine April 2012

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Memphis Magazine April 2014

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Memphis Magazine August 2006

Memphis Magazine August 2006

Weighing in at 1.2 pounds with 218 color pages, this year's Memphis magazine City Guide is the biggest ever.

Including ... a comprehensive guide to area schools, hospitals, shopping, restaurants, and nightspots. A look at "who's who" in Memphis, with a special feature on the Ford family. A look back at the year in Memphis music, and a look ahead at the year to come in Memphis sports. A full entertainment calendar for the year ahead, featuring music, dance, theatre, and more. Plus an inspiring photo essay on one week in the life of the city and its residents.

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Memphis Magazine August 2007

Memphis Magazine August 2007

Memphis magazine is pleased to announce the arrival of our annual City Guide, packed with must-have information about life in the Bluff City. From dining to shopping, healthcare to education, and of course, our Who's Who listing of people you need to know, we've got it covered. Don't leave home without it! On newsstands now!
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Memphis Magazine August 2008

Memphis Magazine August 2008

Where to go for dinner tonight? What's happening at Theatre Memphis this season? Who makes the best martinis in town? And who is that tall guy in the suit who looks awfully familiar?

There's one resource in town to answer these and all of your other Bluff-City related queries: Memphis magazine's annual City Guide. From shopping and the arts to city services and nightlife, and of course, the Who's Who of the city, this month's issue has it covered.
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Memphis Magazine August 2009

Memphis Magazine August 2009

You Can Do Anything...

You know the song. (And if you don't, then you need this issue more than you know!) But what better song lyrics to describe Memphis magazine's annual City Guide, where we literally explore all things Memphis. Wanna shop? Find the best restaurant? It's all in there. Get familiar with the attractions, venues, sports teams, hot bands, schools, neighborhoods, and everything in between in the pages of this — our biggest issue of the year.

So go, cat, go to your favorite newsstand or bookstore — or call 575-9470 for a subscription today. Thankyaverymuch.

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Memphis Magazine August 2010

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Memphis Magazine August 2011

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Memphis Magazine August 2012

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Memphis Magazine August 2013

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Memphis Magazine December 2006

Memphis Magazine December 2006

This month, we're talking 'bout Shaft. Find out what — or who — makes the iconic soul singer, actor, and South Park alum tick in an in-depth feature by Memphis alum Tim Sampson. Also in this month's issue? The winning entry in our annual fiction contest. Read Aisling Cordon Maki's compelling tale of the hunt for the elusive ivory-billed woodpecker in the wilds of Millington. Finally, the conclusion of our two-part feature on the deadly Spanish Flu, and whether Memphis can expect to be hit with a similar plague in the future. We also visit East Memphis staple Lulu Grille, check out the latest blues releases from Inside Sounds, and share the legendary shrimp and grits recipe from Oxford's City Grocery.
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Memphis Magazine December 2007

Memphis Magazine December 2007

Have we got the ultimate gift for you this month! We've pounded the retail pavement from one end of the city to the other looking for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list so you don't have to. From spirits to stocking stuffers, we've taken the stress out of your holiday shopping.

Also in this issue, we pick the 32 greatest books with a Bluff City connection, and publish the long-awaited results of our annual fiction contest. Read the beautifully-crafted words of Abe Gustaud in his short story, "The Torso," and yes, that's exactly what it's about.

We also revisit McEwen's on Monroe, catch up with Ben Cauley, the only surviving member of the plane crash that took the lives of Otis Redding and the Bar-Kays, and of course, Vance gets to the bottom of more of your local history mysteries. On newsstands now!

Since we don't care if you've been naughty or nice, we're giving you a sneak peek into our December issue - because a gift guide's no good after the holidays! Check it out here.

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Memphis Magazine December 2008

Memphis Magazine December 2008

Have you been naughty or nice this year? Even if you've been a little bit of both, we've put together the ultimate gift guide to make this year's holiday shopping easier. From boots and baubles to Elvis-themed wines and disco balls, we've got you covered.

Also in this issue, the 2008 Fiction Contest winner, a review of the Inn at Hunt Phelan, and of course, the wise words of our eccentric but loveable Vance Lauderdale. On newsstands now!

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Memphis Magazine December 2009

Memphis Magazine December 2009

There's no need to sweat the holidays, thanks to Memphis magazine's annual gift guide. This year, we've got everything from bikes to bling, cameras to computers. The best part? We've done the legwork, so grab your copy and get these goodies before they're gone.

With your holiday shopping worries over, you can kick back and check out our "Year in Review," where we compile some of the newsiest, kookiest, and just downright hilarious moments from the last year.

Also in this issue, the winning entry from our annual fiction contest. Congratulations to writer Ellen Prewitt for taking first place. The competition was tough.

And of course, Vance tackles some of your toughest queries, and throws out a few of his own. Can you solve some of Vance's stumpers? (He gets quite grumpy when he gets bested by a question. For all our sakes, please help.) Grab your copy today. Believe us, this month's cover is hard to miss.
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Memphis Magazine December 2010

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Memphis Magazine February 2007

Memphis Magazine February 2007

October 6, 2006 is not a date that most Memphians will soon forget. That morning, as the city awoke to its newspapers and coffee, four historic structures were ablaze in the worst fires downtown has ever seen. Two different three-alarm blazes, coupled with a strong wind, blew burning embers across city blocks like so many comets.

But in those early morning hours, more than 200 of the city's firefighters not only got those blazes under control, they did so without a single loss of life. A miraculous feat, to say the least. Read all about the night that Memphis burned, and find out from the men and women who were at the front lines exactly how they accomplished this daunting —and potentially deadly — task.

Also in this issue, We interview locals who've done some pretty interesting things in their lives. From winning the Miss America pageant to swimming the Mississippi River, find out "What it Feels Like." We also check out the French-Asian fare at Lee Kan's, find the latest trends in bling, and explain just who in the heck the "Monkey Man" of Memphis is. On newsstands now! Or, call us at 521-9000 to get Memphis magazine delivered right to your door.

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Memphis Magazine February 2008

Memphis Magazine February 2008

Vance fans, rejoice.

The February issue of Memphis has a whopping eight pages of questions and answers from our lauded Mr. Lauderdale, who weighs in on everything from doughnuts to deco in his special real-estate themed feature. Also on that topic, we'll go behind the scenes and learn how to turn a house that's in need of a little TLC into a renovation ready for its close-up.

We also visit Itta Bena, Beale Street's newest eatery, share a superb oyster soup recipe from Chez Philippe, and meet a green thumb creating splendor in the glass in the form of award-winning orchids. All this and more in the February issue of Memphis, on newsstands now.

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Memphis Magazine February 2009

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Memphis Magazine February 2014

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Memphis Magazine January 2007

Memphis Magazine January 2007

The competiton's heating up, and that can only mean one thing around here — the results of our annual readers' restaurant poll.

In the January issue, we tell you where our readers found the best of the best in the local dining scene. From best barbecue to best burgers, we've got the inside dish. Just to shake things up a bit, this year's Restaurant Guide also includes picks from what we've dubbed our "foodie panel," a mix of food writers, industry insiders, and chefs (with no restaurant affiliations, naturally), who shared their favorite spots as well.

Sure, local chefs and restaurateurs can create culinary masterpieces with their professional kitchens and support staff, but what can they do at home? We sent former Conde Nast staffer Geraldine Campbell to five local chef's homes to take a peek at what goes on away from the demanding palates of diners, and share a few tricks of the trade, including easy-to-replicate recipes for a few of their favorite dishes. Home cooking never tasted so good.

With more than 200 dining listings, great recipes, poll picks, and more, the Restaurant Guide is a virtual buffet of dining dish. Don't make another reservation until you check it out! On newsstands now.

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Memphis Magazine January 2008

Memphis Magazine January 2008

Start the New Year off right — by hitting the best restaurants in town. Our annual Restaurant Guide includes the best of the Memphis dining and bar scene, as chosen by you. Who's got the best martinis? Steaks? Seafood? Did Huey's win best burger again? Find out in our restaurant poll. Also in this issue, "When It Was Hip to be Square," a look back at the crazy days of Overton Square, when snow dropped each Christmas and inhibitions dropped at happy hour. Did we mention the photos? Nothing too incriminating, folks, but just to be sure, pick up a copy of our January issue, on newsstands now!
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Memphis Magazine January 2009

Memphis Magazine January 2009

And the winners are...

The results are in! You voted, we tallied, and the best of the Memphis dining scene, from fine to funky, wine to wings, have been selected. Don't eat out again before checking this issue out. Worried about all those calories? Don't be. We've also included tips from area experts about keeping those New Year's resolutions — yep, even the one you made to lose weight. Now that's reader service! Grab a copy, make a reservation, then make a resolution. Memphis has you covered.

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Memphis Magazine January 2010

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Memphis Magazine January 2011

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Memphis Magazine January 2013

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Memphis Magazine January 2014

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Memphis Magazine July 2006

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Memphis Magazine July 2007

Memphis Magazine July 2007

As the thirtieth anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death approaches, Michael Finger takes a look back at three decades of Memphis Magazine’s coverage of The King in our July Issue. Plus, read as Frank Murtaugh and Preston Lauterbach take sides on the classic debate—Young Elvis or Old Elvis?

Also in this issue, read how Memphis and New Orleans are working in harmony to keep the music alive in Mary Helen Tibbs’ “A Tale of Two Cities.” Meanwhile, Chris Herrington takes a closer look at four records “Made In Memphis,” and Andy Earles takes aim at the critics of criticism defending his profession as a music writer.

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Memphis Magazine July 2008

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Memphis Magazine July 2009

Memphis Magazine July 2009

We've Got Your Results

This month in Memphis, the doctor is in. In fact, all the doctors are in. It's our annual Top Docs list, featuring the best of the best in the Memphis medical community. From allergists to pediatricians, surgeons to dermatologists, we've got you covered. Also in this issue, we take a ride with the man who made motorcycles for Elvis, peek into Memphis Heritage's stunning headquarters in Howard Hall, and tell you why downtown restaurant Flight is worth the trip. And of course, the all-knowing Vance Lauderdale answers more of your questions about the Bluff City's past.

All of this and more in Memphis' July issue, on newsstands now. Want to save yourself a trip? Give us a call at 575-9470 to get your subscription today.

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Memphis Magazine July 2010

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Memphis Magazine June 2006

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Memphis Magazine June 2007

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While it's no secret that obesity levels have reached epidemic proportions in our country, Preston Lauterbach tackles Memphis' own Battle of the Bulge in our June issue, examining how so many of us got this way, what we can do about it, and the hefty health issues that come along with those extra pounds.

Find out firsthand what life is like as "one of God's special people" in Eugene Pidgeon's IntroSpective, and don't miss Marilyn Sadler's in-depth look at the growing number of children and adults receiving treatment for ADD and ADHD.

Also in this issue, Chris Herrington talks to the artists who are ringing in Stax Records' 50th anniversary with concerts from Austin to Italy, and Nicky Robertshaw introduces Umai, Midtown's exotic new restaurant specializing in Japanese-French cuisine. On newsstands now.

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Memphis Magazine June 2008

Memphis Magazine June 2008

We can't deny it! It's our hottest issue on record, entirely dedicated to what's hot (or not) about life in the Bluff City. for better or worse, these are the people, places, and news items we can't forget from the last year. So kick back and walk with us through our first edition of the hot list. See if you don't think it's as sizzling as we do in this month's copy of Memphis, on newsstands now.
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Memphis Magazine June 2009

Memphis Magazine June 2009

It doesn't get any hotter than this — Memphis magazine's second-annual Hot List. From Hot Shots like America Idol stars Lil Rounds and Alexis Grace to how to keep your cool during these steamy summer months, this issue has you covered. We also find out what's cooking at Pasta Italia, go behind the scenes of $5 Cover with Craig Brewer, and of course, get the inside scoop from the all-knowing Vance Lauderdale. Look for us on newsstands now, or call 575-9470 to subscribe.
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Memphis Magazine March 2007

Memphis Magazine March 2007

Spring is in the air, which means it's time for a realty check. No, it's not a typo, it's our real estate 101 issue. Whether you're looking to sell after the winter lull or just want to improve your home's value, our March issue has all the advice you'll ever need. We asked area realtors to share their insights on what buyers are looking for, which improvements will get the most bang for your buck, and how to get the jobs done without breaking the bank — or your back.

Also in this issue, "Child Left Behind" examines the fate of the children when a parent goes to prison. Statistics show that a shocking 70 percent of children with an incarcerated parent will follow the same path. What is being done to break the cycle? One local program is doing what it can to give these kids a fighting chance.

We'll also give you the dish on EP Delta Kitchen, explore how a microchip is changing the way doctors treat patients, and chat with Memphis Heritage Executive Director June West to find out what we can do to give Memphis' past a future. On newsstands now!

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Memphis Magazine March 2008

Memphis Magazine March 2008

What do palm trees and sandy shores have to do with the Bluff City? Well, everything. Find out which Memphians built an island resort in the Florida Keys — and why it's won top honors from the likes of Conde Nast and Travel & Leisure — in this month's issue. Also in Memphis, we warm up a cold case on a missing Rhodes student, sample the goods at Mesquite Chop House, and Vance introduces us to a couple of characters named Weinie Weinell and Undie Underwood.
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Memphis Magazine March 2009

Memphis Magazine March 2009

Ready to shake off those winter blues? We've found two perfect — and maybe best-kept secret — getaways on the Gulf Coast. First, we'll take you to the charming Blue Mountain Beach on scenic Highway 30-A. Just 20 miles east of Destin, the township is home to Redfish Village, an artsy, modern community surrounded by — and carefully incorporated into — the surrounding lakes, parks, and preserves. Next, we visit Shell Point, located on the eastern edge of the Apalachicola National Forest for some trout fishing in what's known as skinny water. We also pop in and see what's cooking at Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen, catch up with Richard Ransom to get the inside scoop on all that free money he's giving out, and meet a music maven, thanks to our history buff and office eccentric Vance Lauderdale. Call 901-575-9402 to subscribe today.
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Memphis Magazine March 2010

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Memphis Magazine May 2006

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Memphis Magazine May 2007

Memphis Magazine May 2007

In our May issue, Marilyn Sadler talks with the young, driven, idealistic members of Teach for America who are helping Memphis' failing students succeed, and Mary Helen Tibbs shows Big Love for Memphis' own Ginnifer Goodwin as she takes over Hollywood, one role at a time.

Also in this issue, Chris Herrington takes a close look at Amy LaVere's confident sophomore release, Anchors & Anvils, Leonard Gill feasts his eyes on the sumptuous recipes of The Glory of Southern Cooking, and Vance Lauderdale unearths the ruins of Memphis' now-defunct fountain of youth.

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Memphis Magazine May 2008

Memphis Magazine May 2008

We can't deny it! It's our hottest issue on record, entirely dedicated to what's hot (or not) about life in the Bluff City. for better or worse, these are the people, places, and news items we can't forget from the last year. So kick back and walk with us through our first edition of the hot list. See if you don't think it's as sizzling as we do in this month's copy of Memphis, on newsstands now.
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Memphis Magazine May 2009

Memphis Magazine May 2009

Ever wanted to take a peek inside one of the gorgeous, historic homes lining the tree-lined streets of the Parkways in Midtown? This month's issue lets you do just that. We'll stroll through the art-filled rooms of a Mediterranean mansion, with owners Nayla and George Nassar describing how each room was designed, each piece acquired, and some funny personal anecdotes about the family the couple raised there. We also step back in time when East End was the celebration destination for Memphians looking for some fun. Michael Finger takes a look back at the amusement park — long gone — but certainly not forgotten. We also visit Rain Sushi Bar, offer advice for picking out the perfect wedding wine, and of course, let Vance unravel another of the city's mysteries.

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Memphis Magazine May 2010

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Memphis Magazine November 2006

Memphis Magazine November 2006

Before you book your next trip, make sure to pickup a copy of our November issue. We looked to local travel agents to find out what and where their clients wanted to go, then traveled there ourselves to bring you firsthand info on everything from how to get there to where to eat. Get the scoop on getting the most out of your next vacation with our advice, not to mention tips from a local travel agent. On the house!

Also in this issue, find out why you should run, not walk, to get a flu shot, as Michael Finger takes a look back at the city's deadly Spanish Flu epidemic. Can it happen again? The answer might surprise you.

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Memphis Magazine November 2007

Memphis Magazine November 2007

This month, Memphis meets the Delta in our annual fall/winter fashion feature. Check out the hottest trends in apparel, accessories, and even pick up a few make-up tips along the way. Also in this issue, the conclusion of "A Murder in Central Gardens," the tragic tale of the prominent Memphis family destroyed by addiction, lies, and a brutal murder.

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.

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Memphis Magazine November 2008

Memphis Magazine November 2008

Twenty-five years ago, four amateur robbers pulled off the biggest heist in the city's history. Within minutes, the four got away from Wells Fargo with more than $6 million. The police and FBI had their suspicions, but couldn't prove anything. For years, the crime went unsolved, until one of them made a tragic mistake that brought the whole thing crashing down. Want to know more? Get your copy of the November issue of Memphis and find out.
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Memphis Magazine November 2009

Memphis Magazine November 2009

It's so scandalous! Naked women. Kidnapping. Car bombs. Death threats. And what caused all the commotion? Art. Art that took place 40 years ago, that is. This month's issue of Memphis covers the exciting —sometimes frightening — events that surrounded the Leslie Krims photo exhibit at the Memphis College of art in the 1960s and 70s. Hard to believe people would get so worked up over...oh, well, never mind. Read the story and draw your own conclusions. Also in this issue, we hear from four veterans of four wars in a tribute to those who fought are still fighting for our freedom. We find out the latest in Kung-Fu fighting, comic book writing, and what historical challenges Vance is fighting in this issue, on newsstands now. (Look for the naked lady on the cover. No, not that one, the one next to the Playboy, silly).
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Memphis Magazine October 2006

Memphis Magazine October 2006

What's hot for fall? Find out what's happening in the world of fashion in our October issue, on newsstands now. Take a good look at our model, Wakeema Hollis, because the next time you see her face, it could very well be gracing the pages of a Dolce and Gabanna ad — the gorgeous Mid-South native was recently signed with Ford Models in Paris. But not to worry, you don't have to be a model to shine in the styles highlighted in our pages.

Not all style is found in fashion. In this issue, we also take a look at the courtroom style of the infamous Leslie Ballin. With the eyes of the nation focused on Ballin and accused murderer Mary Winker, we ask the Great Defender his strategy to keep her out of the decidedly unfashionable orange of the prison system.

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Memphis Magazine October 2007

Memphis Magazine October 2007

A beautiful mansion in the heart of Central Gardens. A prominent family, and the perfect life. The American Dream, right? Until the matriarch of the family was brutally murdered, that is. This month's issue of Memphis takes a never-before-seen look at the life and death of Emily Fisher, her troubled son Adrian, and the role he played in her brutal murder. The first in a two-part series, this compelling saga is a must-read.
Also in this issue, Dr. J (yep, that Dr. J) gives us some background on his former teammate and new Grizzlies head coach Marc Iavaroni, we travel to Collierville for dinner at the Tennessean, offer helpful tips on wine storage that won't bust your budget, and of course, Vance solves more Memphis mysteries.
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Memphis Magazine October 2008

Memphis Magazine October 2008

In this month's issue: Traumatic brain injuries are leaving cruel marks on local veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. What is being done to help them recover?

Also in this month's issue: we bring you the best fall fashions, we review freshly re-opened Just For Lunch, Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions, Tom Jones talks about Hope IV, and lots more.
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Memphis Magazine October 2009

Memphis Magazine October 2009

Shopping never looked so good....

This month, Memphis magazine pulls out all the stops all the stops with our annual fall fashion preview. This season, it's all about color, color, color, and you'll find plenty of that as our three models traipse though an exotic local market in a wild combination of textures and patterns. The best part? The clothes are all local too. See it today, wear it tomorrow.

Also in this issue, we trace the steps of the mentally ill from homeless and helpless to independent and proud. Read about three very different people, who for various reasons, lost it all, and worked hard to get it back. We'll review The Kitchen, check in with Vance, and give you a recipe from Elfo's that's as gorgeous as it is tasty. For even more Memphis magazine excitement, visit our blog.

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Memphis Magazine September 2006

Memphis Magazine September 2006

An Acura Legend abandoned on the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge. Barbed wire used to tie a medical examiner to a window frame. A burned car smashed into on the highway leading to Mississippi. Posters stapled to telephone poles across America even, pleading, “Have You Seen This Man?” And more. Memphis is steeped with unsolved mysteries and conspiracy theories.

In our September issue, we report what investigators and authorities claim happened. And then we tell you what skeptics believe really took place. Fact or fiction? Accident or assassination? Coincidence or conspiracy? You decide.

You'll also find out our take on downtown's most colorful eatery, Meditrina, what's being done to alleviate the poverty level in the 38126 zip code, how to turn your home into an eco-friendly (and money saving) abode, and find out how many four-letter words tennis great John McEnroe uses in our Q & A.

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Memphis Magazine September 2007

Memphis Magazine September 2007

The September issue of Memphis magazine is our special "Get Lost" Issue!

Join Memphis magazine as we take it easy on the breezy beaches of Barbados, take the trip of a lifetime to the mountains, jungles, and Inca ruins of Peru, and enjoy a glorious getaway to the cool mountain air of the Berkshires.

Plus the lowdown on concrete flooring, what's happening in Binghampton, the Mayor vs. Manager debate, a look at downtown dentistry, Q&A with Debbie Branan of the Mid-South Fair, a visit to Sauces, wines to beat the heat, the 2007 Private School Guide, and lots more!

On newsstands now... pick up your copy today.

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Memphis Magazine September 2008

Memphis Magazine September 2008

Fall break! Where to go? What to do? This month's Memphis offers three quirky weekend getaways, each with their own itineraries. From Greenwood's swanky Alluvian Hotel and Spa to Helena's restored Magnolia Inn B&B to Clarksdale's funky blues joints, we've got your next road trip mapped out. Gas up the car and hit the road, but not before picking up this month's issue of Memphis.
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Memphis Magazine September 2009

Memphis Magazine September 2009

Big Easy, Memphis Style

So you think you know New Orleans, do ya? We did too, until we took a trip down and discovered a city within-a-city. The Secret New Orleans, if you will. From little know eateries and drunken men dressed like chickens, from the coldest Abita on draft and real-life wedding crashing, we did it, found it, saw it, and loved it. We hope you will too.

Also in this issue, we meet a former Grand Dragon of the KKK. He holds nothing back when talking of his days in the Klan, of burning churches and torturing innocent people, but is he really a changed man? Make the decision for yourself by picking up a copy of this month's Memphis. On Newsstands now, or available by calling (901) 575-9470.

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Memphis Magazine September 2010

Memphis Magazine September 2010

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Memphis Magazine September 2011

Memphis Magazine September 2011

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Memphis Magazine September 2012

Memphis Magazine September 2012

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Memphis Magazine September 2013

Memphis Magazine September 2013

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