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METALLICS

Shiny, dull, gold, silver, rose, colored…metallics add so much interest in so many ways.

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It’s a retail limbo with Spring merchandise hanging onto the heat and humidity, but the fresh Fall merch is quietly making its presence known in back rooms of all of your favorite boutiques.

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A Season Recap: Carnival Memphis '18 Parties and other events highlighting the purpose of today's Carnival - to raise funds for local children's charities.

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19 42nd Street Opening Night 19 Social Tabletop Event 20 Make-A-Wish Golf Pairing Party 20 Le Bonheur Party of the Century

Art Deco Jacket, $219

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22 Big Wig Ball 22 Girls Inc. Celebration Luncheon 24 Literatini: Literacy Mid-South 26 Le Bon Appetit 28 A Night at the Lorraine

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29 A Gentleman's Evening for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 30 Loving Local: Project Green Fork

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For The Kingdom: Because Camping Can Make A Difference A conference and retreat center offers summer camp oppurtunities for urban children of Memphis.

30 Food Truck Garden Party: Heroes & Villians 38 Kick-Off Party for Shotguns & Sunflowers

42 4Gallery: Ken Hall's August Art Events

40 Woman's Exchange Summer Events

42 Author Spotlight: Lisa Patton

44 Memphi Ouro's Private Dinner 46 Crown & Sceptre Ball 48 Grand Wine Auction

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Summer Courtyard Concert Series: The Village at Germantown

The Village at Germantown hosts a series of concerts in the beautiful courtyard for the summer season. Residents, family, and friends gather for great music from local bands. The summer concert series is held monthly during the summer, and one of the many fun activities sponsored by The Village at Germantown.

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The Village of Germantown

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Davis Coen & The Downstream Drifters: Davis Coen, Eric Carlton, Bradley Gordon & Nathan Robbins

Sarah & Bob Green

Carol Jenkins & Carolyn Dobson

Judy Boshwit

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James Clancey with Rebecca Cullison

Dorothy Fidler & Thelma Wilsford

Jean & Werner Neubauer

Barbara Young & Leslie Reed

Bettye Weathersby & Charlotte Levitch

Riverbluff Clan

Ann Fraser, Ann Cox, Stew & Nancy Williams with Paul & Cathy Funk

Jane Nolen & Ann Fraser

Janice Kilpatrick with Megan Collins & Diana Ramirez


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Memphis Botanic Garden

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L I VE AT TH E GARD EN

Michael Tutor & Holly Craft

Jeany & Anthony Dionne

Harold & Dawn Graeter, Donna & Pat Hoffman with Kathy Sapp

Jim Wilson, Dr. Nancy Chase, Cathy Farrell, Sheila Wilson & Earle Farrell

Susan & Jerry Edmonds

Diane Jalfon with R.D. & Vicki Singh

Tricia Franklin & Bonnie Thornton

Katie Hill, Terry Lee, Preston Hudson & Anna Fortner

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Pamela Hauber with Bobby & JJ Krauch & Maggie B.

Christa & Mike Allen

Jim & Judy Baker

Jason & Kelly Quinn

Pam & Mark Hodges


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42nd Street Opening Night Theatre Memphis presented Broadway favorite 42nd Street this summer. The opening night in early June was a benefit performance supporting the theatre's artistic efforts. The evening featured great foods, beverages, and live auction. For more information on upcoming shows, visit theatrememphis.org.

Joe Lackie, Brandt Edwards & Gary Beard

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Bob & Cynthia Thomas

Merilyn Mangum, Robert Hanusovsky & Debbie Litch

Bobby & JJ Krauch with Leigh & Peter Poole

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Social Tabletop Event Social, the fantastic East Memphis gift and home shop, hosted their first Social Settings Tabletop Event. The afternoon featured all things beautiful for setting the perfect table, tips from vendors, favorite local food trucks, and giveaways.

Kathryn Painter & Catherine O'Mell

Laine Park, Karen Johnston, Cindy Nouri & Carmen Bond

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Make-A-Wish Golf Pairing Party

The Make-A-Wish Golf Classic has raised more than $3 million over the years, and this annual golf tradition’s “Pairings Party” serves as a festive evening to kick-off the golf tournament the night before it begins.

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June 24, 2018

Rendezvous

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Mark O. Ramirez

Jack Dyson

Miranda Harbor & Beau Yarbro

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John Ennis, Joel & Melissa Kimbrough, Charles & Tracey Rich with David Stough

Jake Wiig, Steve Blue, Amanda Wiig & Linda Blue

Lee McCallum & Ron Olson

Nick Vergos, Casey Tansey with Bubba Ezzell

Ronnie & Meghan Lewis

Haynes & Robin Vaughn

Keith & Emma Schmitt with Nicole & Jason Walters

EVENT

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Le Bonheur Party of the Century

The “Party of the Century” was held on the 100 year anniversary of the founding of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, and celebrated this wonderful institution. The festive evening featured special guest Magic Johnson, live music, a silent disco, gourmet food, cocktails and special indoor and outdoor activities overlooking beautiful Hyde Lake at Shelby Farms Park. Proceeds from the party benefited the Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare mission and its next 100 years of care for Memphis and the Mid-South.

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WEBSITE

P H OTO G R A P H Y

June 23, 2018

Shelby Farms Park FedEx Event Center

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Mark O. Ramirez

Tegua Austin, Tondra Stevenson & Kewuana Jackson

Terry & Kathy Lynch

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Dr. Michael & Beni Dragutsky with Bonnie & David Thornton

Harold & Dawn Graeter

Johnny & Merry Moore, Denise & Dr. Autry Parker with Nicole & Dr. Charles Parker

Stacey & Todd Watson

Anise & Ron Belz

Michelle Stubbs, Jamie & John Paul Carpenter with Sarah Farley


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Big Wig Ball

The Big Wig Ball, benefiting Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, is a night where party-goers wear chic, cocktail attire and a wig as part of this hair-raising, fun tradition. Guests enjoyed live music by local entertainers, fabulous food, and ended up raising nearly $40,000 for the kids at Le Bonheur!

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June 22, 2018

Annesdale Mansion

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Mark O. Ramirez

Liza & Stephen Routh with Keri Chapman

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Bill & Virginia Bell

Leslie Long & Amber Stroupe

Angela Holt & Dawn Johnson

Shawn Holliday, Keryn Hammons, John Holliday & Lori Garner

Mark Prudhomme & Mollie Miller

Antwan Harris & Sonia Williams

Brian & Laura Doyle

Eric McEnerney & Cristina Jabbour

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Girls Inc. Celebration Luncheon

The annual Girls Inc. Celebration Luncheon is a lovely way for Memphis to recognize and honor strong, smart and bold girls and women from across the city and to help Girls Inc. continue to grow in their work and mission. The 2018 recipients: the STRONG Award - Gina Sweat; the SMART Award - Leslie Gattas Coleman; the BOLD Award - Yvonne Madlock; the Woman of the Year - Gayle Rose.

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WEBSITE

P H OTO G R A P H Y

June 13, 2018

Pipkin Building at Tiger Lane

girlsincmemphis.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Carol Casey, Teresa Elsy, Dorothy Sinclair & Laurita Jackson

Claire Chamoun, George Gattas Jr. & Natalie Chamoun

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Mary Jacobs & Sarah Rossetti

Chief Hope Lloyd, Fire Director Gina Sweat & Dep. Chief Keith Staples

Carter Coleman, Isabella Gattas & Grayson Proctor

Anne Davis, Susan Hinsley, Cindy MacAulay & Abigail Hall

Melody Pressnell, Megan Hannon & Lauren Bowie

Lee Gattas Proctor & Amy Whittington


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Literatini: Literacy Mid-South

Literatini was held at Novel. Memphis at Laurelwood, and guests enjoyed dining, mingling, sipping cocktails from local bars, and bidding on silent auction items for a wonderful cause - Literacy Mid-South’s Adult Learning Program. With over 100,000 adults in our community reading at or below a 6th grade reading level, volunteering is essential in helping this cause.

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June 8, 2018

Novel

literacymidsouth.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Sam Prager, Sabine Bachmann, John Paul Gagliano with Joanne VanZandt

Rena Chiozza, Michael Servantes & Annette Franklin

Elizabeth Maxwell & Lowell White

Shali Atkinson, Patrick Crowley, Meg & Cory Prewitt with Andie Ray

Renicia Bonne & Toni White

Sam Mattson & Sadie Yanckello

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Michael & Laura Black

Tara Bolton & Jesse Keenan

Nicole Yasinsky, Jamie Wells, Angie Doherty & Lee Chase IV

Pamela Catroe & Tim Edwards

Lana & Shawn Danko

Cyndee Gratz & Nancy Lubiani

Dominique Garrett & Delisa Dotson

David & Michelle Burning

Mary Oglesby & Krista Wroten

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Le Bon Appetit

Party guests’ palates were delighted at Le Bon Appetit benefiting Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital as dozens of local chefs created delicious fare for the evening’s festivities. Claire Robinson served as the special guest chef, and for a full list of the other talented chefs visit lebonappetit.org. The event, started by Chef Kelly English and Le Bonheur Club in 2012, has raised more than $1 million to date.

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P H OTO G R A P H Y

June 9, 2018

Crosstown Concourse

lebonheur.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Shay Widmer & Chef Karen Carrier

Jeff & Valerie Morris with Chef Jimmy Gentry & Alia Hogan

Gary Rhodes, Danny Sumrall, Oscar Vego & Alisa Rhodes

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Pam Michael, Maggie B. & Theresa Jacques

Blake & Taylor Tyler

Lisa Barker & Germaine Benoit

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Kamryn Carpenter with Winston & Madison Thomas

Karen Eskin, Janie Roberts Owens, Karen Carlisle, Doug Windham & Michelle Stubbs

Carol Macon & Memorie White

Jan & Ron Coleman

Mark & Tanya Hart

Ty Bushart & Jason Foley

Jessie & Aldo Tinoco


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A Night at the Lorraine

Party guests celebrated the vibrant history of the Lorraine Motel in downtown Memphis to benefit the National Civil Rights Museum. Attendees stepped back in time that is reminiscent of the Lorraine Motel with an evening of music and dancing to the sounds of the '60s, food inspired by iconic Memphis restaurants, and a fabulous silent auction.

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June 9, 2018

National Civil Rights Museum

civilrightsmuseum.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Rudy Williams, Gloria FouchĂŠ & Joy Doss

Jan & Dr. Lee Stein

Denise & Autry Parker

Lorraine Mitchell. Faith Morris, Yvonne Mitchell & La Quitha Williams

Dani Douglass & Greg Dickey

Holly & Brian Coleman

Anthony Shaw, Josh Wallis, Lucie Brackin, Hon. Mary Wagner & Tom Owen

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Robert Rhymes, McKinney Martin & Jimmy Williams

Alexis Walker & Dr. Audrey Townsel

Johnathan Burnley & Whitney Robinson

Drs. Dan & Brooke Dishmon

Courtaney Lewis & Christina McClain

Deda Simpson & Yvonne B. Acey

Terrence Reed, Patrick & Katy O'Connor with Alex Willis & Jamal Boddie


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A Gentleman's Evening for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

It was a wonderful evening just for the guys at the annual Gentlemen’s Evening to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Cigars, great food, great wines, and a fabulous auction were featured throughout the evening - all to support the children of St. Jude.

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WEBSITE

P H OTO G R A P H Y

May 10, 2018

University Club of Memphis

stjude.org

Mark O. Ramirez

James & Jay Gattas, Michael Vetro & Philip Gattas

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Kenny Jabbour, Skipper Homra, Fred Harris & Harry Haddad

Patrick Patrick McGrath McGrath & & Bradley Bradley Rice Rice

Rob Clark, Cole Giovannetti & Alex Griffith

Tavarski Hughes, Andy Davis & Nickey Shah

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Loving Local: Project Green Fork

Loving Local, benefiting Project Green Fork, celebrated ten years of a cleaner, greener Memphis. Live entertainment from the MD's, a silent auction and wine and specialty cocktails, including Memphis Made's Loving Local Pineapple Wheat Beer, marked the festive occasion!

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June 14, 2018

Ballet Memphis

projectgreenfork.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Michael & Ashley Robilio with Gabe & Rachel Gabrielleschi

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Madeleine Harrigan & Micah Wasserman

Kelsey Buchbinder, Katie Kaplan & Kimberlee Richards

Marija Nelson & Ashley Bonds

Dwayne Spencer & Janet Boscarino

Nick & Christine Gant with Ben & Amanda Ricketts

Caroline Golden & Hannah Glenn

Chett Jackson & Roshun Austin

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Food Truck Party Featuring "Heroes & Villains"

Guests of all ages enjoyed a lovely summer evening at the Memphis Botanic Garden while dining on yummy food truck fare and enjoying the property's beautiful gardens. The kids dressed in their favorite superheroes and Jerry Lawler was there with a "Batmobile"!

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P H OTO G R A P H Y

June 13, 2018

Memphis Botanic Garden

memphisbotanicgarden.com

Mark O. Ramirez

Jeff, Presley & Jen Kollath, Josephine & Mary Kanowitz with Abigail & Stephanie Peterson

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Olivia Peebles, Taylor Harris & Maddie Warren

Lily Farris

Maritza & Dominick Gomes

Palmer, Spencer, Spencer, Calla & Karimeh McDaniel

Lisa & Alexis Aman

Ava McCullough with Avery & Hayes Trayal

Candi & Lauren Arnold


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MEN'S

The month of August is like the gift that keeps on giving. There’s still some hot Summer laziness that brings much–needed relaxation in the daily routine, and the teasers for the upcoming Fall fashion season are beginning to trickle in. Here’s a round up of just a few treats that will hit the trends and make your wardrobe Fall ready.

Two Toned T-Shirt, $165 OAK HALL

The fabrics in menswear are just scrumptious and add cozy texture to tailored lines that make any man become a handsome gent in no time.

Stylish Suede Shirt--can also be worn open as a jacket, $995 OAK HALL

Belts, $165-$185 JAMES DAVIS

Shirts, $235-$295 JAMES DAVIS

Modern Khakis, $228 OAK HALL

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Matchy-Matchy-Tunic, $500 with Matching Scarf (sold separately), $210 KITTIE KYLE

Dark Floral Lace Top, $219 BETTY HAYS BOUTIQUE

Double Take Jewels Earrings, $220 Necklace by Myrna Halpern, $370 KITTIE KYLE

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By Augusta Campbell

METALLICS

Shiny, dull, gold, silver, rose, colored…metallics add so much interest in so many ways.

Glitzy Peasant Dress, $295 KITTIE KYLE

Top with Copper Plaid, $150 KITTIE KYLE

Necklace by Amy Wells, $158 SORELLE BOUTIQUE

Leather Cuff, $79

BETTY HAYS BOUTIQUE

Purse, $275

KITTIE KYLE

Art Deco Jacket, $219

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These classics are fantastic on their own and even more intriguing when shown in trending bright colors. Fur is back and comes in both real and faux varieties. And oftentimes one can’t tell the difference.

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Puffer Jacket, $895 JOSEPH

Snakeskin Dress, $1710 OAK HALL

Tortoise Purse, $398 JOSEPH

Reversible/Packable Fur, $2195 LORI JAMES

Necklace by DeeDee Gauthier, $165 KITTIE KYLE

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Wool Hat, $265 LORI JAMES

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Kick-Off Party for Shotguns & Sunflowers

The Shotguns & Sunflowers benefit introduces a new twist to its annual party. This year's party will be September 6th at the home of Kirby and Glenn Floyd benefiting Palmer Home for Children. The party will be a regional event to celebrate Southern food and culture. A kick-off pre-party was recently held for the sponsors and generous donors who support the Palmer Home for Children to introduce them to the exciting new concept.

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May 4, 2018

The historic home of Dr. George Nichopoulos

palmerhome.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Shanna & Wayne Coleman

Stewart Vaughn & Lake Weston

Stacee Zebb & Andre Fowlkes

Heather Crane & Susan Walker

Kirby Floyd, Doug Windham, Karen Carlisle & Sandy Massey

Albert & Leila Green

Kelly Wetter & Elizabeth Williamson

Chad Spencer, Heather Crane, Kelley Spencer, Susan Walker & Will Levy

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Susan & John Huffman with Debbie & Russell Peck

Michael Varner & Russell Williamson

Ann Parker, Elizabeth & Brandon Scott

Earle & Cathy Farrell with Nick Bragorgos & Rob Williams


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The Woman's Exchange has been busy this summer! A fundraiser was recently held at a Theatre Memphis performance of 42nd Street. The evening featured heavy hors d'oeuvres, libations, a great show and proceeds help the Woman's Exchange fulfill their mission. Another summer event is The Art Gallery. Over 90 artists offer their works for sale at the Woman's Exchange shop at 88 Racine Street. You still have time to find beautiful local art at great prices - the show runs through the end of August.

Nora Boswell, Cava Sittnick & Donna Lindeman

Debbie Litch & Randal Hartzog

Anne Holzemer, Mary Pera & Denise Stewart

Christy Ford & Jewel Ford

Judy Horning, Glenda Caldwell, Emily Woodside & Leslie Robison

Bobbie & Louise Wilson

Cathy Talbot & Stephanie Savic Polk

Steve Sittnick & Mike Murphy

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Literary works such as Light in August, August: Osage County, The Guns of August, and Teahouse of the August Moon are wonderful reasons to stay indoors with the air conditioning humming. The real August – the time of hay baling, lawn watering, and heat indexes larger than a genius IQ – is to be avoided or taken in small doses.

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Fortunately, many of our art offerings this month are climate controlled. More important than mere temperature, the August list offers some truly engaging opportunities from the music of Mahalia Jackson to the creations of local filmmakers to new music from ICEBERG. The listing may be shorter than, say April or October, but the quality is ever high, ever strong. I hope to see you out there.

Whet Thursday / Metal Museum / 5-8pm / A delightful happy hour: food trucks, live music and you can even make things in the shop! Memphis Germantown Art League group show / Gallery Ten Ninety One, WKNO The 2018 member showcase and sale will have an opening reception on Sunday, August 5, from 3:30-4:30pm / Meet the artists and vote on the people’s choice award. / Through 8/29

Shake, Rattle & Roll / L Ross Gallery / 6-8pm / The annual Elvis group show with different takes on the King! / Through 8/25 Mahalia / Hattiloo Theatre / The life and music of Mahalia Jackson / Through 8/26 Memphis Film Prize / Malco Studio / The second annual film prize festival will have 10 short films made in Memphis and you will judge

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/ Levy Gallery, Buckman Arts Center / Beautiful watercolors. / Through 9/10 / Dixon Gallery & Gardens / Noon

/ Crosstown Concourse / 7-10pm / Paintings for sale in a most interesting fashion! / Playhouse on the Square / Through 9/2

Thurs A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder FRI

Art Conversations Opening for Catherine Vaughn

/ Askew Nixon Ferguson / 5:30-7:30pm

Blueshift plays ICEBERG IV

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/ Crosstown Concourse / 7pm / New York-based composers alliance ICEBERG will again visit Memphis and Crosstown to bring contemporary classical works from five composers. This is an exciting opportunity to hear new, vibrant music and talk about the music with the composer over a beverage after the show. Try that with Beethoven!

signing with Lisa Patton / Novel TUES Book Her new book Rush is set in Oxford, Mississippi

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Junk / Circuit Playhouse / Junk bonds in the 1980s could put greed over humanity, money over sanity, and all for great drama on stage / Through 9/9

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/ CBU / Thomas Center / 9am-7pm / Moving images of Sudanese refugees / Through 8/31 / 6:30pm / Colombian–born and Miami-based, Uribe will talk about his work, which

Author Spotlight: Rush by Lisa Patton Fannie Flagg rarely boasts about other humorous storytellers but she gives high praise to one of Memphis’s own. “There’s not a better Southern author writing today than Lisa Patton. Her delightful new book is a modern look at what is perhaps the most sacred of all Southern rituals: sorority rush at the University of Mississippi, ‘Ole Miss’. And happily for us, Miss Patton captures to absolute perfection the hilarity, hysteria and heartbreak of it all. Funny, touching, and full of twists and turns. I couldn’t have loved it more.” Humor abounds in Rush, as Lisa uses her trademark wit to poke fun at elaborate dorm room décor, rush wardrobes, helicopter moms, and elegant Grove parties. Though a graduate of the University of Alabama, Lisa explained why she chose Ole Miss for the setting. “The simple answer is that everyone loves Ole Miss, and Oxford provided a more charming and colorful backdrop for the story. Besides, the Tide wins too much,” she added with a wink and a smile. “But in truth Rush could have been told on any SEC campus.” Rush, Lisa’s fourth novel, was inspired after she returned to Tuscaloosa for the dedication of her sorority’s new, 40,000 square-foot house, and a chance encounter with one of the housekeepers. Their long conversation resulted in Lisa’s discovery that most sorority and fraternity houses in the South do not offer staff benefits. “When I attended college back in the late 70s, my sorority sisters and I dearly loved the ladies on our House staff,” Lisa recalled. “It never once crossed my mind, neither as a college student nor as an alum, to ask if they had healthcare or retirement benefits. And I was betting it had never crossed the minds of my other sorority friends.” Lisa made phone calls and did quite a bit of research. She learned that the lack of benefits was not just the norm at her sorority house, but at the majority of sorority and fraternity houses on campus. “A very few houses in the SEC, I learned, do provide health insurance only, but, like many jobs, the staff is required to pay a percentage of the premium, which often precludes them from participating.” That’s when the idea for Rush began to form. But it is not just any contemporary southern fiction. It is a call for change. “Sororities are known for excellence in leadership and philanthropy,” Lisa said. “Today’s world inspires us to a take sharp look at old traditions and ask ourselves how we, as sorority members and alumnae, can take a stand and lead our chapters into fair and beneficial opportunities. There is an old saying: ‘The shortest distance between the human heart and truth is a story.’ My hope was to create a fictional world where my readers fell in love with the characters, and once they turned the final page would be moved to act.” Sorority member or not, Rush is a must-read, and hopefully the beginning of a change for better. Lisa Patton speaks about Rush at Novel Bookstore on August 21st at 6PM and at Books A Million in Jackson on August 22nd at 6PM.

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THEATRE ACROSS THE MID-SOUTH with Will Lowery & Bizzy Walker

SINGIN' IN THE RAIN JR.

Germantown Community Theatre July 27 - August 12 Singin’ in the Rain Jr. has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline – the starlet, the leading man and a love affair that could change lives and make or break careers! In silent movies, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont are a hot item, but behind the scenes, things aren’t always as they appear on the big screen! Meanwhile, Lina’s squeaky voice might be the end of her career in “talking pictures” without the help of a talented young actress to do the talking and singing for her.

MAHALIA

Hattiloo Theatre August 3 - 26 Including music by various gospel composers as well as hymns and spirituals made famous by Mahalia Jackson, this is a joyous celebration of the life and music of the world's greatest gospel singer: a humble, deeply religious woman whose expressive, full throated voice carried her from a three-room shanty in New Orleans to appearances before presidents and royalty. The joy and inspiration of her heartfelt songs provide a counterpoint to the urgent messages delivered by her friend, Martin Luther King. Standing at his side, Mahalia Jackson became the musical voice of the civil rights movement.

LOVE NEVER DIES

Orpheum Theatre September 4 - 9

Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber's spellbinding sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, is a dazzling new production, which takes audiences on a thrilling rollercoaster ride of intrigue, obsession, and romance. Don't miss this magnificent continuation of one of the world's greatest love stories as it makes its premiere in Memphis.

A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER Playhouse on the Square August 10 - September 2

When Monty Navarro, the black sheep of the D'Ysquith family, finds out he is ninth in line to inherit a dukedom, he decides to eliminate the other eight heirs standing in his way. All the while, Monty has to juggle his mistress (she's after more than just love), his fiancée (she's his cousin but who's keeping track?), and the constant threat of landing behind bars!

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The Circuit Playhouse August 24 - September 9 Financier, Robert Merkin, will stop at nothing to take over an iconic American manufacturing company, changing the rules as he goes. Set in the high-flying, risk-seeking, teetering financial world of the 1980s and inspired by the real junk bond kings of the day, this riveting story shows us, from the inside, how money became the only thing that mattered.

DISNEY'S NEWSIES Theatre Memphis August 24 - September 16

Energetic and Irresistible. In 1899, New York City got its news from an army of ragged orphans and runaways called newsies. One of them, Jack Kelly, dreams of a better life far from the hardship of the streets. When newspaper owners raise distribution prices at the newsies' expense, Jack finds a cause to fight for and leads a young army toward responsibility in a combination of jaunty tunes and high-kicking, musical numbers.

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Memphi Ouro's Private Dinner

At a beautiful black-tie dinner, members of Carnival Memphis' Mystic Society of the Memphi, family, and friends celebrated Memphi's 2018 Ouro (aka King), Paul Matthews, and his wife, Sue. The lovely dinner celebrated Paul, and many of the speakers spoke about Paul's community service and accomplishments as lawyer, historian, gentleman, farmer and family man. The decor featured floral peacocks as a reminder of peafowl at his farm in Barretville, TN.

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Dixon Gallery and Gardens

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Drs. Joey & Sarah Pietrangelo, Sue & Ouro Paul Matthews, Elizabeth & Stuart Rhodes

Queen Kim Pitts & Ouro Paul Matthews

Scott & Erika Anderson

Lauran & Jack Stimac

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Honey & Rudi Scheidt

Susan Plough, Sue Matthews & Virginia Griffee

Madeleine Crump, Helen Norman, Queen Kim Pitts & Ouro Paul Matthews

Met Crump & Ouro Paul Matthews

Shellie McCain, Pat & Charlie Beech, Shannan & Lee McWaters

Stuart & Elizabeth Rhodes

Kirk Johnston, Tom Baker & Jim Liles

Nancy & Jim Brooks with Sarah & Bob Black


A Season Recap:

Carnival Memphis Photography by Keith Renard/Skipworth Photography By Lesley Harris Colvett

HIP HIP HOORAY! The 87th Anniversary year of Carnival Memphis was another great success,raising money for the community and having fun doing so. Led by the organization’s first female President, Ginger Collier. King Jim Taylor and Queen Ellen Horn presided over a Royal Court consisting of thirty Princesses, including Ladies of the Realm from as far away as Chicago, IL. The Carnival Junior Court celebrated

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its third year of community service by providing hands on experiences to almost forty 7th, 8th and 9th graders at daytime stops during Carnival Week. Accompanied by King Jim, Queen Ellen, President Ginger and the Boll Weevils, these young Memphians helped brighten the day for some of the youngest and most seasoned community members. The ten Grand Krewes of Carnival held their royal coronation balls and fundraisers during the season and for the second year in a row, Krewes for Kids presented by nexAir, set financial records. This year’s Business & Industry Salute Luncheon celebrated the Mid-South Fashion Apparel Industry and was another success. The parties and other events highlight the purpose of today’s Carnival – to raise funds for local children’s charities. Started in 1999, the Carnival Memphis Children’s Charity Initiative (CCI) assists those who improve the quality of life for children throughout the community by selecting three charities each year. This year’s charities: Agape Child & Family Services, Emmanuel Center and Memphis Athletic Ministries received a combined total of $330,000 with matching funds. Since the inception of the CCI over $2,830,000 with matching funds has been donated to local children’s charities.

Carnival Royalty and Children's Charity Recipients at the MAM Grizzlies Center

Court members volunteer with Memphis children

The Carnival Junior Court with King Jim, Queen Ellen President Ginger and the Boll Weevils

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Crown & Sceptre Ball

2018 Carnival Memphis week kicked off with the Crown & Sceptre Coronation Ball, the “party with a purpose” that features the formal presentation of the King and Queen of Carnival, the Royal Court, and the Grand Krewes’ Royal Courts. Guests enjoyed dancing and dining at this grand, white-tie ball.

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Gina Webb, Cindy Gambrell, Victoria White, Memphi Queen Kim Pitts, Jennings Barnes, JJ Krauch, Meredith White & Janie Henderson

Elizabeth Cole, Paige Patteson, Adam Riekstins, Genevieve & Brinkley Raby

Weetie Whittemore, Abby & Maggie Phillips

Cooper Matthews & Luther Wagerman

Carnival King Jim Taylor, Queen Ellen Horn with Carnival President Ginger Collier

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Barry Marshall & Keith Renard

Taylor, John Taylor & Jordan Howell, Osiris Queen Virginia & Julia Owens

Jake & Caroline Farrell

Anne, Coco & Kemp Conrad

Coleman Eddins & Porter Johnson

Lale Adams & Caroline Hopkins

Sharon & Callan Truitt with Carter & Baylor Stovall

Janie, Cooper, Caroline & Bruce Hopkins

Virginia & Luxor King Joe Lopresti


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Grand Wine Auction

The Brooks Museum's Grand Auction served as the finale of the Memphis Brooks Food + Wine Series, a fabulous weekend celebrating and benefiting this Memphis gem! Guests were treated to a cocktail reception with food by The Kitchen at Shelby Farms and entertainment by Mark Edgar Stuart. During the two-hour live-auction event, guests dined on delicious fare by Paradox and Chef Jimmy Gentry.

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Brooks Museum

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Mark O. Ramirez

Buck Lawson, Lindsay Pate, Matthew Cohen, Ralston O'Neill with Karolina & Jim Calhoun

Laine Oleson & Julie Linsey

Russell Anderson & Kathy Simonetti

Josh Hammond, Scott Norwich & Craig Weiss

Richard & Christina Roberts

Buddy & Judie Dickey

Ashley Crawford & Nick Rice

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Courtney Smith & Lindsey Hedgepeth

Vicki & R.D. Singh

Elvira Ormseth, Amy Golden, Muffy Turley, Caren Nichol, Margaret Ledbetter & Lucia Heros

John & Suzanne Scharff with Matthew Hasty

Julia & Rush O'Keefe

Steve West, Pamela Hauber, Richard Travis & Karen Shopmyer


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Summertime

And the Livin' is Easy... And these recipes & tips are too!

Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

Bleu Restaurant & Lounge Pan Seared Snapper

4-8 ounces snapper fillet with skin on Salt and pepper to taste Olive oil as needed Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Heat a sauté pan and add the olive oil. With a paper towel, dry the skin side of the snapper, add salt and pepper, then place in sauté pan skin side down. Cook about 2-3 minutes or until the skin is crispy and golden brown. Then place in the oven for 7-10 minutes or until fish is done, depending on thickness. Remove from the oven, top with Coconut Beurre Blanc and serve with your favorite side and seasonal vegetables. Coconut Beurre Blanc: 3 small shallots, peeled and cut in half 1 cup Mirin sweet rice cooking wine 1 12 ounce can unsweetened coconut milk 12 ounces cold butter, cubed 12 ounces fresh ginger root In a saucepan, place the shallots, ginger and mirin; cook until reduced to 25% of its original content. Add the coconut milk, bring to a boil, and turn off. Add the cold

FOR PERFECT MARKS ON YOUR GRILLED MEATS, THINK OF A CLOCK: Place the meat “presentation side” down at 10 o’clock. Cook for 1-3 minutes depending on the cut of meat; pick up and rotate so that the meat is now at 2 o’clock. Cook an additional 1-3 minutes before flipping over to cook the opposite side. You’ll have those perfect restaurant crosshatch marks every time! - Salud! Cooking School

SUMMERTIME TOOLS NO KITCHEN SHOULD BE WITHOUT: · Good set of grilling tongs – make sure they have a good grip to them and are long enough so that you can easily reach all parts of your grill · Citrus Reamer/Squeezer – useful anytime of the year, but essential for whipping up fresh salad vinaigrettes, marinades, cocktails and more! · Popsicle Molds – perfect way to beat the heat! Blend up summer fruit with water, juices or yogurt to create refreshing treats for the whole family.

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FROZEN FRUIT ISN’T JUST FOR SMOOTHIES-use in place of ice cubes in your favorite summertime beverages and cocktails! Delicious and refreshing! - Salud! Cooking School

Owen Brennan's Shrimp Po'Boy

1 ½ pounds large shrimp, peeled and deveined ¾ cup flour ¼ cup corn meal 2 teaspoons garlic powder 2 teaspoons onion powder ½ - 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon white or black pepper

¾ - 1 teaspoon salt ¾ cup buttermilk 1 large egg 3-4 Gambino rolls 2 cups shredded lettuce 2 medium tomatoes, sliced Sliced dill pickles

Preheat a deep-fryer to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, mix together cornmeal, flour, garlic and onion powder, cayenne, salt and pepper. Mix buttermilk and eggs. Set aside. Dip shrimp in buttermilk mixture and lightly dip into the flour mixture. Fry shrimp a few at a time until slightly brown and crispy, about 2 minutes (or more depending on the size). Remove from the fryer with a slotted spoon; place on a cookie rack to ensure crispness. Repeat with the remaining shrimp. Place bread in the oven and lightly toast. Assemble sandwich with shrimp, lettuce, tomatoes, sliced dill pickles, and top with Owen Brennan’s Famous Remoulade Sauce.

GRILLING KABOBS? Go ahead and soak the entire package of bamboo skewers, then wrap and freeze any extra. This way you’re ready to skewer and grill all summer long! - Salud! Cooking School

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Combine shrimp, blackened seasoning, and pepper flakes in a bowl and mix well. Set a saute pan over mediumhigh heat. Once hot, add oil and shrimp. Saute for 2 to 3 minutes, or until shrimp is cooked. Remove shrimp from pan and set aside. Add shallots and garlic to the pan and saute until translucent, about 1 minute. Deglaze pan with white wine, and let bubble for 30 seconds to burn off the alcohol. Add lemon juice and butter and remove from heat. Swirl pan until butter is emulsified and melted into the wine. Season with salt and pepper. Return shrimp to the pan, add parsley and mix well. Serve shrimp as an appetizer, or serve over salad or pasta. A simple, quick, light and easy summer dish.


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NEED AN EASY WAY TO REMOVE CORN ON THE COB? Grab a bundt pan! Shuck and clean the ear of corn, trimming the base if necessary. Place the ear of corn upright in the center tube of the bundt pan. With a chef’s knife, carefully cut away the kernels from the cob, allowing them to collect in the bottom. Make sure to use the back side of the knife to scrape out anything left behind on the cob to get all of the sweet corn flavor. - Salud! Cooking School

Lucchesi's Ravioli & Pasta Shop Summer Pasta Salad

Cook pasta according to directions, drain and allow to cool. Add remaining ingredients and toss. Top with pepperoncini peppers when ready to serve.

16 ounces seashell pasta 16 ounces rotini pasta 2 large cucumbers, peeled and seeded 2 large tomatoes, chopped 1 cup black olives 16 ounces Italian dressing

HAVE EXTRA MELON ON HAND? Puree it for a delicious and refreshing drink! Simply puree in a blender and strain; add a pinch of salt to bring out the sweetness. Serve as is or with sparkling water or liquor. - Salud! Cooking School

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Sheep's Milk Mozzarella with Basil Oil Basil Oil: Blanch fresh basil leaves in boiling water for 60 seconds. Remove basil and place into a ice bath to cool. Squeeze water out and dry with a paper towel. Place blanched basil, the oil and salt into a blender or food processor and puree. Let the mixture settle over night then strain the oil.

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Kooky Canuck Strawberry Mojito

7-9 mint leaves 2 ounces frozen, sweetened strawberries 4 ounces light run 2 ounces triple sec 2.5 ounces fresh lime juice 2.5 ounces simple syrup Lemon-lime soda Muddle strawberries and mint leaves in a shaker tin. Add ice to shaker along with remaining ingredients; shake until completely mixed. Pour shaker contents into a tall glass (add more ice if necessary), top with soda and garnish with additional mint and lime wedge.

An easy recipe is whisk 2 cups heavy cream, 1 cup whole milk, 1 cup sugar and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract together until the sugar is dissolved, and chill until cold. Process in your ice cream machine and enjoy! Feel free to jazz it up with different extracts, pureed fruits or mix-ins. Adding chocolate chips or nuts? Make sure to add those near the end of the freezing time to ensure that they’re suspended within the ice cream and don’t just sink to the bottom.

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SALUD! at Whole Foods Market, Poplar Avenue Watermelon and Grilled Chicken Toast 4 slices bread, thick cut Olive oil, as needed For Salad and assembly: 3 cup watermelon, cut into ¼ inch thick bite size pieces 1/4 cup red onion, finely minced 2 teaspoons jalapeno, seeded and minced (opt) 1 tablespoon white balsamic vinegar 1 ½ teaspoons sugar 1 ½ Tbsp olive oil ½ teaspoon kosher salt ½ teaspoon cracked black pepper 4 oz goat cheese, softened to spread more easily 2 oz arugula 1 precooked grilled chicken breast, thinly sliced or 2 c. rotisserie chicken meat, pulled 2 tablespoons chives, chopped Preheat the broiler. Arrange bread slices on a sheet pan and drizzle with olive oil. Broil until lightly toasted, then flip and drizzle opposite side with more olive oil. Broil on other side until toasted. Set aside to cool. For the watermelon salad, combine the watermelon, onion, jalapeno, vinegar, sugar, olive oil, salt and pepper. Stir to combine, and adjust seasoning to taste. To assemble, gently spread about 1 oz of the goat cheese on top of the toasted bread and top with a small handful of the arugula. Gently spoon some of the accumulated juice/onions/jalapeno on top of the arugula. Shingle the chicken slices on top before spooning some of the watermelon salad over the chicken. Garnish with a drizzle of olive oil, more cracked black pepper and fresh chives.


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The musicians who helped make Memphis famous for its music would make the trek to this expansive hideaway now known as For The Kingdom Camp. The property in Raleigh was once owned by STAX Studio's founder Jim Stewart, and while it was only about 30 minutes away from the STAX studio in South Memphis, it was world's away from the city. The 8,000 square-foot estate that once stood on 49 rolling acres boasted all the tools and toys for the soul stars including three swimming pools, a tennis court, a lake, a barn, a stable, and a helicopter pad. The record label filed for bankruptcy, the IRS came calling, and eventually, the property was auctioned and fell into disrepair. While the glory days seemed over for the bucolic setting in the suburbs, they were just beginning but this time, it was for the glory of God. The estate was acquired by Becky and Eddie Cunningham, who converted it into a camp for kids, and For The Kingdom Camp (FTK) began operating in the early 1990s. Operating first as a day camp, the property was steadily developed through the generous sponsorships of area churches to build cabins and a dining hall. With the option to have campers stay overnight also came the opportunity to fully immerse urban youth into a different way of thinking for an entire week, not just short snippets of time. "Places change when people change, and that starts with how they think. The renewal of minds and thinking has the power to transform a city," said Ray Arechiga, Chief Executive Officer at FTK.

"Places change when people change... and thinking has the power to transform a city." - Ray Arechiga, CEO at FTK Ray is a native of Houston, Texas, and his wife Sylvia relocated to Memphis a yearand-half ago to lead FTK. As a young man, Ray fell into the trap of many urban kids. He made bad choices, he hung out with the wrong crowd, and served a jail sentence. His good friend also made many of the same choices, and when they got back together after Ray was released from jail, he could see a difference in his friend. The difference was Christ. Ray began attending church, enrolled in college, and created a renewed life for himself that began with a change in his thoughts. He also began working at Kids Across America Camp. He had experiences he never had growing up in the inner-city such as canoeing, archery, and the calm of sitting beside a campfire. "These were things I never knew I liked, but I loved it. I knew I wanted to do these things the rest of my life!" Ray said.

Ray explained how important it is for youth to have an entire week of camp because it gives kids a chance to fully disengage. "No phones allowed!" he said. While some kids might go to church on a regular basis, but it is only for an hour or two at a time, then they are back in the same environments and situations. The camp setting and disengaging from daily life in distressed communities for an extended period of time really makes an impact for changing hearts and minds. Plus they have fun at For The Kingdom while learning positive life skills such as team building and self-confidence. They are also encouraged and cheered while tackling the challenges of a climbing wall and ropes course.

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The kids who attend FTK often participate in other faith-based groups such as Las America, Oasis of Hope, The Ark, Memphis Athletic Ministries, Red Zone, Downtown Church, and others. These organizations all are working together to change the thinking and the destructive behavior patterns plaguing inner-city youth. "Bad company creates bad character and corrupts good morals," Ray said. These organizations strive to give kids positive role models and mentoring.

Twelve cabins are spread out across the property, and each cabin sleeps ten kids. This year, FTK offered three weeks of overnight camps, welcoming 120 kids each week. Campers are divided according to school age, and groups of high school, middle school, and elementary kids form friendships regardless of the zip code where they live or the school they attend. For this week, they are FTK Campers, and hopefully, the attitude of friendship and love is carried back to their individual communities. The cost per camper per week is $545; donors offset the cost with $400 sponsorships, and the remaining $145 is paid by the camper. For many, that is a daunting amount, and they work throughout the year to raise the funds to attend. FTK is now looking for generous donors to fund its 2019 camping season by sponsoring a child for $400.

For The Kingdom seeks to "connect youth to Christ and to each other to positively affect their community." In addition to camping and overnight facilities, For The Kingdom is available to adult groups for meetings, conferences, and retreats. It is very important to FTK that they are open and inclusive to all, and do not discriminate against any religion. "We welcome people of ANY faith to FTK! We share the Gospel without words by serving and encouraging everyone with dignity, love and kindness," Ray said.

For The Kingdom seeks to "connect youth to Christ and to each other to positively affect their community." Ray's vision for the future of FTK is that ten weeks per summer, rather than the current three weeks, will be offered to serve Memphis' urban youth. Because it begins with one glorious week at camp, minds are renewed and refreshed, then distressed communities can be changed, one child at a time.

To learn more about For The Kingdom or to make a donation to sponsor a camper, visit ftkmemphis.com.

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PEER POWER

By: Ella Coffey

Peer Power Foundation is a non-profit One school that has really benefited through organization that uses “The University of the program is Whitehaven High School. For Memphis Success Coaches” to tutor students in the past three years they have paired up with some of Memphis’ inner-city schools. The idea Peer Power and put on an Academic Signing began with Charles McVean. He saw that inner- Day. This day is where the students announce city schools were suffering in academics and the scholarships they have and earned, and needed to be changed. He created a student-to- hold up a pennant from the college they will student tutoring system at East High School, be attending the next year. With the help of the and this led to Peer Power. Now, multiple public foundation, some students have excelled and schools around the Memphis and Mississippi earned up to 3 million dollars in scholarship area use Peer Power and have seen miraculous money. The senior class of 2017 was offered results. For example, in one school, the passing over 80 million dollars in scholarships. rate for standardized testing was 37%, but now What began at East High School, Peer Power has with the implantation of Peer Power, it is 91% turned into a partnership with The University for students involved in the program. Also, of Memphis and The Shelby County School the students have increased their average ACT System to help over 12,000 students excel in their scores by 3.3 points. At East High School, the learning. As the student creed says, “I am here Peer Power participants in English 2 scored today because I want to make my future 10 times in the 57th percentile while non- participants better. I must first master mathematics, reading, placed in the 13th percentile. These are some writing, and speaking skills. I must always work of the many examples of improvement seen harder than others. Life is a competitive sport. I throughout the foundation. Throughout the want to be somebody, someday!” years, over 1,103,984 hours of tutoring have been provided. >>>60 designed by: Emma |Yates | 4memphis.com August 2018

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BACK TO SCHOOL BEAUTY TIPS By: Merrill Culpepper

We all know that as summer begins to wind down and school is quickly approaching, things can tend to become stressful! As a beauty staff, we are always trying to find ways to help you reduce stress levels and feel and look as good as possible. This month, Mary Adair and I had to opportunity to test out facials at Eden Spa and Laser. I had the signature facial and it was amazing. The calming atmosphere helped me to be completely relaxed for the entirety of the facial. The use of specific products for my skin during the facial allowed me to leave the facial feeling totally refreshed, relaxed, and comfortable with my skin. The aesthetician catered to my skinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs and after a few days my skin has never felt so soft and clear of imperfections. While I had a signature facial, Mary Adair got to try the Oxygen Facial. The oxygen facial is a great way to nourish your skin and keep it feeling youthful and rejuvenated. The treatment places oxygen molecules into the dermal layer of the skin, attaching them to red blood cells that stimulate the growth of new, healthy skin cells. This facial leaves you with a moist, radiant look and even skin. Both of these facials are great options to de-stress as you prepare for the new school year. Eden Spa and Laser is open Monday through Saturday and will help you to have glowing skin going into the school year!

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New Additions to Memphis By: Ella Coffey

Hopdoddy Hopdoddy: With one location in Overton Square and a new location coming to East Memphis, Hopdoddy has become a very popular burger bar for the greater Memphis community. The first thing you will notice when you walk into this Austin, Texas based restaurant is the fun atmosphere of good music and awesome hospitality. This fun and spunky restaurant isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t your typical table service establishment. Hopdoddy, combines their famous order line with a free flowing wait staff. Although it is a burger joint it also offers vegan and gluten free options and delicious milkshakes! So, whether you want a burger or a yummy dessert, Hopdoddy is the place for you!

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Milk Dessert Bar: One of Memphisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; newest sweet additions is the Milk Dessert Bar. Milk Dessert Bar is a locally owned, ice cream and yogurt shop that goes beyond the ordinary with their tasty treats. Some of their specialties include the unicorn milkshake and cookie monster milkshake both shown in the pictures below! The details and creativity of the two milkshakes are what make this unique place so special! Along with these fun creations, they also have an ice cream bar, edible cookie dough bar, a cake and brownie case, and lots more! Make sure you add the Milk Dessert Bar to your end of summer bucket list!

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