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from the publisher Seek the Peace and Prosperity of the City in which I have placed you. ,
good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children… Proverbs 13:22
This short passage in Proverbs gives us the instruction to plan, even when our planning is for people that we may never meet. In 1983 right out of college, I started my career in the investment business with a man named Russell Clack. Russell and I worked together for several years, and we were selfishly at odds with each other in the firm as he and I fought for position in the firm. We both left the firm for what at the time we thought was a better opportunity, and we did not see each other for 23 years. Our paths may not have crossed, but this is Memphis, so we certainly knew of the success we each had achieved as we matured in our careers. The maturity for each of us was based on a new relationship with God and the understanding that relationship brought to our families and careers. In fact, it was not our business success that crossed our paths, but our involvement in different ministries across Memphis that allowed each of us to know the change that had occurred in our lives, even though we once were at odds with each other early in our careers. In 2006, the Lord brought us together to start an investment firm, and he and I were partners until Russell’s death this past September. Russell had taken care of his wife Barbara for several years as she battled Alzheimer’s, and she passed away in 2016. Russell was devoted to Barbara, caring for her at home in the remaining months of her life even though she did not know who he was. It was during this time that he wrote a book entitled, Before She Is Gone. It was also during this time that Russell’s own body began showing signs of age due to a lung disease that had taken his father’s life, and was now causing Russell difficulty too.
Russell’s death for me and for Melissa Coleman, the firm’s administrative assistant, was a most difficult time. We both had experienced a major loss and would have welcomed a period to mourn, but instead we had to step up to do the job that Russell had been doing for his clients the past 35 years. Hundreds of families that Russell had been taking care of by providing all avenues of financial advice, from how to buy a home, bury a loved one, or pay for college, all the while guiding their investments through difficult financial markets. On the day of Russell’s death, Melissa had to call some of his closest friends/clients who had depended heavily on him, and thankfully because of their close working relationship, she knew most of them well. It was when I started calling them several days later that I received one of the greatest gifts I have ever received. As I spoke to each and every one of them, Russell had planned for his death, and they knew all about me as he had assured them that they would be in better hands with me than they had been with him. Russell knew that for him to completely fulfill the job he had been doing for years, he had to leave his clients with the confidence that they would be in good hands after he was gone. My mentor Lee Stafford has preached to me for years that one has not successfully done one’s job until they have planned for their succession. To paraphrase Proverbs, the successful person has not been a success until they have planned for the ones that will come behind them, whether they are your children’s children or those God calls you to work with daily. Seek the Peace and Prosperity of Memphis. Jim Walker
Contents JUNE 2019
Swing Batter Stripes are flowing in this easy maxi dress. Keep the look grounded with earthy jewelry, a studded fanny pack, and a floral headscarf. Dress from Kittie Kyle. Head scarf and fanny pack from Joseph in Laurelwood. Necklaces by Tilton Street from Oak Hall. Modelâ€™s shoes.
O U T TA K E S 16 GPAC Gala 18 ONE Night Gala 20 Beale Street Caravan Blowout 22 Gift of Life Gala 23 Art by Design: Ferguson Cocktail Party 24 Dishes for Wishes 26 The Memphi Luncheon & Fashion Show 27 Roar and Pour 28 Spirits & Soul Festival 28 Chelsea Clinton Book Signing 32 Gentlemen's Evening for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 32 Veronica Randolph Batterson Opening Exhibit 33 100 Women Who Care Memphis 33 Night at the Nest 34 Women's Foundation for a Greater Memphis Luncheon 42 Memphis Fashion Week
F E AT U R E S About the Cover JUNE 2019
Crisp whites and an athletic stripe score big on our cover. Add some heavy metal earrings and shiny sunglasses to complete the winning look. Dress from Kittie Kyle; sunglasses from Sachi; earrings from Joseph; all from Laurelwood. Modelâ€™s shoes. P L AY
40 #Fashion: #ACstylist's Must-Haves 44 #Gallery: Ken Hall's June Art Events 46 #Culinary: Burgers & More 50 #4Home: Art by Design 54 Memphis Impact
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The 2019 GPAC Gala, April 6, celebrated the culinary arts with a pre-dinner cocktail party in the GPAC lobby, showcasing the culinary talents of some of the cityâ€™s best local chefs and a specialty cocktail crafted by Master Mixologist Brad Pitts. An exquisite meal on the main stage was followed by an exciting live auction and lively entertainment. gpacweb.com
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ONE Night Gala
The ONE Night Gala is one of the biggest and best parties of the year, and the 2019 event was another spectacular evening, filling the Cook Convention Center with party-goers in sparkly attire and great music! Grammy winners Chaka Khan and Billy Ocean performed their classics, and the sold-out crowd danced the night away. Proceeds of more than $800,000 were raised from the ONE Night Gala and benefit the Regional One Health Foundation.
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Beale Street Caravan Blowout
Beale Street Caravan recently held their biggest fundraiser of the year, and the Blowout was a rousing success in the new location at Crosstown Concourse. Live music from Rev. John Wilkins - and open bar - had the dance floor packed! It was a fabulous night for this non-profit supporting Memphis music. bealestreetcaravan.com
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Gift of Life Gala
The Gift Of Life Gala April 27, benefiting the National Kidney Foundation Serving West Tennessee, was a beautiful evening at the Peabody Hotel Skyway Room. Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour, bidding on auction items, dinner, and music by Funky Town Band. Gala Chair was Susan O. Smith, and honorees were Luis Campos de la Borbolla, MD Surgical Director of Kidney Transplantation Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute, and Karen Hamburger, LMSW Development Director Methodist University Hospital. Kidney.org.
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Adam, Molly, Alan & Honoree Karen Hamburger, Paula Quarles & Marilee Sher
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Julie & Jamie Hill
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Rachel Plant & Cindy Cannon
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Felicia Phillips, Karl & Stacey Farmer
Kristi & Gary Jones
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Ferguson Cocktail Party
Chaired by Cara Greenstein and Selena McAdams, the Ferguson Cocktail Party on May 10 beautifully set the scene to celebrate the elegance and decadence of Art by Design held at the Pipkin Building. The festive evening featured cocktails, delicious hors d'oeuvres, and mingling amongst the vignettes! artsmemphis.org.
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ArtsMemphis works to sustain Memphisâ€™ world-renowned cultural vitality and strengthen local communities through the arts, and awards over 160 grants per year to more than 80 local arts groups and artists, totaling nearly $2.4 million in annual funding.
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Dishes for Wishes
Make-A-Wish Mid-South held their 14th annual spring event, Dishes For Wishes. Hosted by Felicia Suzanne's Restaurant, this sold-out party is a much-anticipated tasting and sipping extravaganza - not to mention the live auction! More than $1.8 million has been raised over the past 13 years to help make wishes come true.
Every 32 hours, Make-A-WishÂŽ Mid-South grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. midsouth.wish.org
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Lee & Nichole Baker, Nichole Ryan, Abby Hall, Lindsay Bertsche & Shelby Norman
Elle Rist, Brooke Ehrhart, Amanda Wiig & Ann Dickinson
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Mickey & Judy McLellan, Jennifer Jones & Mike Landrum
Hunter & Caitlin Knowles, Cathy & Mark Palazola
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The Memphi Luncheon & Fashion Show
Ladies donned beautiful hats and enjoyed an afternoon of fashion and fun on May 9 at the Memphis Country Club to honor the 2019 Queen of the Memphi, Trish Ring, and the Royal Duchesses of this Carnival Memphis Krewe. Fashions were provided by Kittie Kyle, 20twelve, and The Pink Door. carnivalmemphis.org.
Sphinx King Christopher Morledge & Queen Kathleen LaFlore
Patti Russell, Lillie Kay Mitchell, Sam Zalowitz & Joyce Nussbaum
Tiffany Brimhall, Leanne Sykes & Sarah Laucirica
Emily McEvoy, Maggie Boyd & Pamela Hauber
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Susan Thompson & Betty Green
Nan Buck, Ryan Smith-Landwehr & Sarah Trouy
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Roar and Pour
Roar and Pour, hosted by the Memphis Zoo on April 26, was a roaring good time to benefit this gem in our city! Guests enjoyed an exclusive culinary experience featuring some of the city's most desirable chefs and expert mixologists, and Joyce Cobb and Friends along with Steve Selvidge and Band performed live music.
The Memphis Zooâ€™s mission is to connect people with wildlife and preserve wildlife through education, conservation and research. Staff and volunteers provide a naturalistic and enriching sanctuary for their animals, and a friendly and educational experience for zoo guests.
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Julie Canepari & Steve Medlock
Paula & David Hopkins, Cindy & Rick Tripp
Phillip Irwin & Lindsey Dixon
Cathi Selden, Alan Morgan & Erling Jensen
Renee Wills & Justine Bailey
Jason & Laura Jenkins with Diane Siskey & Steve Gibson
Natalie Wright & Scott Anderson
Robert & LaToya Barr
Justin & Lillian Stanford, David & Jill Montanez
Colleen & Robert Palmertree
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Spirits & Soul Festival
Memphis’ Old Dominick is the only distillery in West Tennessee, and they are renowned for creating fine whiskeys and vodkas. The Old Dominick crew teamed up with the Tennessee Distillers Guild and the Tennessee Whiskey Trail to host the Spirits & Soul Festival in South Main Arts District. The two-day event kicked-off during Trolley Night with whiskey samplings on a perfect April evening. Cheers to this spirited, soulful event! spiritsandsoul.com
Jordan & Old Dominick Master Distiller Alex Castle, Cathy & Tim Dalfiume
Megan Bridges, Zach Smith, Richie Weaver & Ashley Oldham
Chris Canale, Chris Canale Jr., Rob & Megan Pinson
Brandon & Elizabeth Scott
Kevin Kern, Kristin Lung & Leah Gafni
Lauren Kennedy, Rachel Knox, Talibah Safiya & Bertram Williams
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Chelsea Clinton Book Signing
Chelsea Clinton recently appeared at Teton Trek at the Memphis Zoo to discuss her new children’s book, Don’t Let Them Disappear: Twelve Endangered Species Across the Globe. Her book introduces young readers to endangered animals and shares what makes them special—and what threatens them. She also provides us all with helpful tips on what we can do to help prevent these animals from disappearing entirely. Available locally at Novel in Laurelwood.
Kelly & Sharon Truitt, Chelsea Clinton, Cathy & Tim Dalfiume
Prince Chambliss Jr. & Patricia Chambliss
Leah Gafni & Matt Anderson
Will, Bolton & Kelli Armstrong
Judy & Jerry Shore
John Barker & Joris M Ray
Joyce Mollerup, Michele Correia & Jeff Mollerup
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Gentlemen's Evening for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The 12th annual Gentleman’s Evening for St. Jude was held May 9 at The University Club of Memphis and featured an evening of dinner, wine, and fabulous live and silent auction items. The club’s patio provided the perfect setting for the men to mingle and enjoy this picture-perfect Spring night. The event, founded by Fred Harris twelve years ago, was a huge success this year and raised a record amount of money for the kids at St. Jude. Tony Maranise served as this year’s event chairman.
Tony Maranise, Met Crump, Hon. Bill Morris, Jeff Morris, Jon Thompson & Kevin Nienhuis
Dr. Mahir Awdeh, Robert Machen & Milton Smylie
Marc Reisman, Mayor Jim Strickland & Pace Cooper
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Bo Lessley, Michael Stewart, Rich Hughes, Raul Rodriguez, Doug Gage & Doug Meyer Mitchell Spurlock, Steve Ehrhart & Josh Littlejohn
Darrell Smith, Doug Meyer & J.D. Peeples
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Veronica Randolph Batterson Opening Exhibit
An artist’s reception was held recently at Gallery Ten Ninety-One for Veronica Randolph Batterson. Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, wine, and Veronica’s artful photographs of nature, land- and cityscapes. To view her recent work, visit veronicabatterson.com.
Brett Batterson, Cathy & Earle Farrell, Veronica Batterson
Christina Torres & Alex Barton
Wes Kraker, Dr. Adam Walker & Andrew Sadler
Susan & David Hoback
Linda & Van Phillips
Dorothy Northern & Gregg Coats
Adriane Hall & Nathan Ashby
Susan Smith & Angie Harrison Murphy
Scot Hennessy, Ron Jewell & Brett Batterson
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100 Women Who Care Memphis
100 Women Who Care Memphis recently hosted their quarterly meeting at the CBU University Theater. The recipient of their generosity was All 4s Rescue League, who improve the lives of pets by educating pet owners and providing adequate shelter, food, supplies and spay and neuter services for their pets at no charge. They are an all-volunteer nonprofit, so 100% of donations go straight to their mission. 100 Women Who Care is a “giving circle,” and the 100+ members donate $100 at each quarterly meeting, directly impacting local non-profits. 100womenmemphis.org
Jill Hellen, Jeni Linkous, Madelyn Gray & Sara Burnett
Kristy Taylor & Allyson Avera
June Blew & Jill Haag
Angie Brown, Courtney Woodmansee & Mary Catherine Moore
All 4s Rescue League
Jessica Mabe & Frances Wilson
Night at the Nest St. Benedict at Auburndale St. Benedict at Auburndale held their annual “Night at the Nest” auction and dinner-dance on Saturday, April 27. Local favorites John Angotti Band plus special guests Kevin and Bethany Paige provided great music, and a variety of items were auctioned, including a signed Indianapolis Colts jersey and football compliments of 2013 SBA alum Jordan Wilkins, running back for the Colts. Proceeds raised from the evening will enhance SBA’s Annual Fund. sbaeagles.org
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The Art of Dinner Cooking Class Steve & Amy Lovinelli
Dave Wolfanger, Sondra Morris & Donna Wolfanger
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Janet Donato, Marcello Donato, Mitzi Donato & Michael Donato JUNE 2019
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Women's Foundation for a Greater Memphis Luncheon
More than 1,600 guests attended the Annual Tribute Luncheon and Legends Award Reception at the Cook Convention Center to honor and celebrate women who have made significant contributions to the Memphis community. Guests included civic leaders, and members of non-profit and faith-based organizations, local foundations, and volunteers throughout the city. The 2019 Honorees were: Rev. Cheryl Beard, Claudia Haltom, Meri Armour, and Dr. Indurani Tejwani. All proceeds from the celebration benefited the annual grant-making of the Foundation. wfgm.org
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Fashion Pop! By Augusta Campbell
Fashion is feeling rather playful right now with its bright colors, frisky patterns, and carefree pairings. Dressing doesn’t have to be so serious, so let the clothing and accessories of the season relax and have fun. For this shoot, we got to go inside AutoZone Park where Memphis sports fans get to play on a pretty regular basis. Redbirds Baseball and Memphis 901 FC Soccer call the stadium home, and it was the perfect place for us to knock out some unconventional style. We loaded up on mismatched prints, color wheel hues, and interesting shapes for this month’s editorial. The rule of this fashion game is that there are no rules…just tons of individual style to cover your bases and score big. Get ready for some fun and light-hearted fashion-it’s Game On.
Mixing different patterns looks modern right now and works when the colors and proportions balance just right. Maxi dress from Sorelle Boutique. Jacket from Oak Hall. Earrings from Kittie Kyle. Necklace from Joseph.
Soccer game style can be feminine and the right time to show off a great mid-length skirt and fishermanâ€™s hat. Pleated skirt from Oak Hall. Ruffled top from Sachi; hat from Joseph; both in Laurelwood. Leather belt and shoes, both from Sorelle Boutique. Tribal necklaces from Kittie Kyle.
Be a fashion darling with this mixed-up ensemble. The mix of florals, stripes, whimsy, and color are knocking out this look. Popsicle top from Lori James; leather baseball cap from Joseph; both in Laurelwood. Skirt and necklace from Kittie Kyle. Modelâ€™s shoes.
Dress and straw hat from Oak Hall. Earrings from Kittie Kyle.
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Nothing says Summer quite like a white dress, and this one is modern with the patch artwork on the back. Perfect for taking in the impressive Rhodes-Hill mural overlooking AutoZone Park, “A Note of Hope” by Chicago artist Jeff Zimmerman.
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MUST-HAVES By Augusta Campbell
Hot weather brings in bright colors and patterns and these items are ready for some fashion play this summer.
Stay cool and chic with this stylish straw hat.
Joseph had his coat of many colors. You can have these earrings instead.
See things differently this season with these Prada sunglasses.
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Memphis Fashion Week kicked-off at Crosstown Concourse with Fashion Night Out. Sips and shopping the featured designers made for a fun evening to benefit the Memphis Fashion Design Network.
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Local and national designers presented their Spring/Summer collections on the runway. The very fashionable event was held in the Crosstown Theater as Memphis Fashion Design Network put the spotlight on great design.
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School is out and vacations begin…including those of some Performing Arts organizations. Traditionally, arts season was September to April and then everyone went to the beach or mountains. That is not a cut and dried situation now. In fact, some of our arts groups are as busy in the summer as ever. What is not readily apparent to theatergoers is the plethora of children and youth workshops and camps that take place --Buckman Arts Center, Opera Memphis, the Memphis Black Arts Alliance, and more. If you have a restless youngster who needs
time away from the television and internet this summer, check out these enriching options. For those of us without progeny, the list below offers plenty of options to keep us entertained. With art, theater, jazz, classical, and more, there is plenty to do. I want to draw particular attention to a massive art show and sale organized by the Woman’s Exchange on Racine. Since 1885 this organization has been empowering women, plus the lunch there is terrific! - Ken Hall
JUNE ART EVENTS 1 2
Forever An Icon art by Anton Weiss L Ross Gallery, through 6/22
Gallery Talk for 40 Under 40 Kafe Kirk
Artists’ Link Exhibition
Metal Museum, 3-5 pm
Beauty in the Midst of Decay photos by Donald Golden
Gallery Ten Ninety-One, WKNO, 7151 Cherry Farms Rd. Through 6/28 Opening reception is 2-4 pm on June 2 for Golden’s work exploring abandoned building and architectural oddities.
Willy Bearden’s Legacy Project
West Tennessee Historical Society, Memphis University School, 7pm Willy presents on the Legacy Project for the Memphis bicentennial, which includes a documentary film, 50,000 photos, 48 one-hour interviews, and more.
Orpheum Theatre, through 6/9 Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical.
Unfolding: The Next Chapter in Memphis opening ArtsMemphis, 575 S. Mendenhall, 5:30-7:30pm
You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown DeSoto Family Theatre, through 6/16
The Legend of Georgia McBride
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Circuit Playhouse, through 6/30 Theatre Memphis, through 6/30
Haunted art by Adam Richards and Sami Roth 430 N. Cleveland, 6 – 9 pm
Memphis FRINGE Performance Festival
Voices of the South, McCoy Theatre, Rhodes College Through 6/15
Memphis Botanic Garden, 5-6:30 pm Artists’ Link Exhibition Celebrating 30 Years will be on display from June 3 – 29 featuring the works of several members.
Eric Barnes book signing
Novel, 6 pm Barnes talks about his new novel Above The Ether.
Tim Crowder art
David Lusk Gallery, 6- 8 pm, through 7/6
Café Conversation: Curating European and Decorative Arts in 21st Century Memphis
Brooks Museum 6 – 7:30 pm A presentation by new staff curator Dr. Rosamund Garrett.
Playhouse on the Square, through 7/14
Bouguereau & America
Brooks Museum, through 9/22 Major exhibition of 40+ works by French academic painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905).
Craft Food & Wine Festival
The Columns, 3 & 6:30 pm A festival of charcuterie to benefit Church Health.
HELLO, my name is..Artist group show L Ross Gallery, 6-8 pm, through 7/20
South Main Trolley Night
Woman’s Exchange 9th annual Art Gallery Show
88 Racine, 2-5 pm, through 8/23 Some 90 artists participate in this group show that raises fund for the WE programs.
Crosstown Theater, 6 pm Kirk Whalum in concert with very special guests Kortland Whalum and Kameron Whalum.
Brooks Museum, Bouguereau & America exhibition opening June 22.
The Orpheum Gala, A Revolutionary Event
Leslie Odom Jr. in concert with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra plus an after-party, 7:30 pm
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Summer is here, and 4Memphis restaurant partners fired up the grills and cast-iron skillets to create classic suppers for picnics, Fatherâ€™s Day, or Fri-yay nights!
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Fried Green Tomato Sandwich
2 slices fried green tomato 2 ounces pimento cheese 1 ounce onion jam 1 ounce Arcadian blend lettuce 1 brioche bun Pimento Cheese: 2 loaves cream cheese 4 cups cheddar cheese, shredded ¼ cup garlic powder ¼ cup onion powder 5 roasted red peppers Paprika ½ quart heavy cream Salt and pepper to taste Put all in mixing bowl and mix until smooth.
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Day at the Ballpark Burger ¼ cup white or Vidalia onion, finely minced ½ teaspoon ground mustard ½ teaspoon coriander ½ teaspoon paprika 1/8 teaspoon mace 1/8 teaspoon white pepper ¾ teaspoon kosher salt, or to taste ½ teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon tomato paste 1 large egg white, beaten 1 pound ground pork ½ pound ground beef, 80/20 preferred
Pretzel buns, American cheese slices, yellow mustard, ketchup, lettuce, onion slices, pickle relish for serving In a large bowl, mix together the onion, spices, Worcestershire, tomato paste and egg white. Combine the ground meats with the spice mixture until well blended. Divide into 6, ¼ lb patties. Preheat a grill or cast iron skillet over medium heat. Cook the burgers until cooked through and a thermometer registers 155F internally, about 3-4 minutes per side. If desired, top with cheese during the last minute of cooking. Lightly toast the buns and assemble as desired with your favorite hot dog toppings. Burger Cooking Tip: Don’t press down on the burgers as they’re cooking, whether in a skillet or on the grill. You’ll be pressing out all of the juices from the meat and end up with a dried out burger. If the burgers are cooking too fast on the grill, simply move to a cooler section of the grill to continue cooking to desired doneness.
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6 ounce bavette steak or sirloin 3 ounces fingerling potatoes 2 ounces arugula 10 cloves garlic, minced 1 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon black pepper 2 teaspoons kosher salt 2 sprigs thyme 1 bunch parsley 1 sprig rosemary 1 pound butter Steak Marinade: Mince 10 cloves of garlic, and reserve half for garlic herb butter. In a food processor, add salt and thyme, grind together after removing the stems; add to mixing bowl with extra virgin olive oil and pepper. Lightly coat the steak (not swimming in it). Put in refrigerator for 2 hours then quickly rinse the steak and pat dry. Rocket Salad: Toss arugula in a bowl with extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper. Fingerling Potatoes: Cut the fingerlings into quarters. Toss in bowl with extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper - roast in oven at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Once done, toss your potatoes in more extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, herb mixture, and grated parmesan cheese. Garlic Herb Butter: Allow butter to come to room temperature so it is soft and easier to work with. Roast reserved garlic in a 400 degree oven with a little olive oil for about 10 minutes until light brown in color and soft. Using a standing mixer with a paddle attachment add butter, herb mix (parsley, thyme, rosemary), and garlic - mix together and refrigerate. Cooking the Steak: Get a cast iron skillet hot with olive oil. Add your steak to the pan, sear on both sides for 2 minutes then put into the oven at 400 degrees. Leave steak in the oven for no longer than 3-4 minutes. Take out of the oven and let rest for a few minutes. While steak is resting, put a big spoonful of the garlic herb butter on top of the steak so it can melt all over the steak and add more flavor, then slice and enjoy! JUNE 2019
Brioche bun 8 ounces 80/20 ground chuck burger patty Montreal Steak Seasoning BBQ sauce Canadian peameal bacon Sautéed red onions Lettuce Tomato slice Pickle slices Season burger patty with Montreal Steak Seasoning. Griddle or grill burger until desired temperature. Place cheddar cheese on top of patty while cooking to melt. Sauté onions until golden brown and place on top of cheese then add BBQ sauce. Grill Canadian peameal bacon and add on top of onions. Butter and toast bun. Assemble by placing lettuce, tomato slice, and pickles on the bottom of the bun; next, add burger with toppings and cap with the top of the bun.
Bison Burger with Benton Bacon, Stilton Aioli, Caramelized Onions, and Brioche Bun Stilton Aioli: 2 egg yolks 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 ½ cup olive oil ½ cup Stilton cheese In a mixing bowl, pour egg yolks, lemon juice, white wine vinegar, Dijon, and salt; blend with whisk. Slowly add the olive oil while whisking rapidly. Once all oil is incorporated, crumble the Stilton cheese into the mixture and let chill one hour.
"This is my favorite burger/sandwich condiment. I also love adding a touch of mayo to my burger mix before portioning them out. It’s a great way to make the juiciest burger!" -
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Sundried Tomato Spread ¼ cup white onion, diced ¼ cup sundried tomatoes 2 cups chicken stock ½ teaspoon honey Salt & pepper, to taste Heat small saucepan over medium heat. Sweat onion till transparent and soft. Add sundried tomato and chicken stock; bring to a simmer and reduce until almost all liquid is gone. Once reduced place in food processor and blend until incorporated. Great on burgers - and more!
Toasted Gambino bread Blackened burger Pepper jack cheese sauce (see below) Fried crawfish tails Grilled alligator sausage Arugula Roasted red tomatoes Sliced red onion Remoulade (see below) Creole mustard 1 boiled crawfish Cover hamburger patty in blackening seasoning and cook on a flat top to desired temperature. Batter and fry crawfish tails; grill alligator sausage; toast Gambino bread. Build the Ridiculeaux in this order: Gambino bread, Creole mustard, burger patty, pepper jack cheese sauce, fried crawfish tails, alligator sausage, arugula, roasted red tomatoes, remoulade, sliced red onions, Gambino bread and a boiled crawfish! Serve with ketel chips and Blue Cheese Jalapeño Ranch for dipping. Blue Cheese Jalapeno Ranch: In a blender, add 1 bunch cilantro, 1 juiced lime, 2 jalapeno peppers; blend until smooth. In a bowl, add cilantro mixture, 1 cup ranch dressing and 1 cup blue cheese dressing; stir until incorporated. Pepper Jack Cheese Sauce: In a double boiler, slowly melt together 16 ounces pepper jack cheese and ¼ cup heavy cream. Remoulade: In a blender, add ¼ cup mayo, ¼ cup creole mustard, 1 tablespoon paprika, 2 teaspoons creole seasoning, 2 teaspoons prepared horseradish, 1 teaspoon Tabasco, and 1 clove garlic; mix until smooth.
Art by Design 2019 Photography by Sélavie Photography Story by Lesley Harris Colvett Art by Design melds the worlds of interior design + art + entertaining + dining + fashion, to benefit ArtsMemphis. Several uniquely themed soirees were held during the course of the weekend, offering guests a festive setting to socialize and take in the interior designers’ stunning vignettes.
A. Shaw Style This year’s Art by Design was nothing short of spectacular. As a participating designer, I had the privilege of working and showing alongside several other local talents, and sharing space with their energy all week long was truly a gift. Taking the time to focus on a hometown show is very valuable as it puts me in contact with lots of new faces and allows me to be totally creative in my space, which was a gentleman’s lounge with Art Deco influences.
A. Shaw Style Vignette featured at Art by Design
My booth was layered in different textures and colors for an overall cozy but refined experience. I started with tactile wall coverings. The main focus wall was covered in a wood veneer and set in a graphic pattern complemented by a metallic modern grasscloth on the other two walls. A 1940s sepia red bar with rose gold-mirrored front was centered on the wood veneer wall, and a non-representative painting from the 1970s hung above it along with a large-scale bronze Buddha head sculpture. A series of bone-carved medicine tusks were also on top of the bar.
The grass cloth walls were the perfect backdrops for art. I hung a grouping of red and black abstract faces on either side of enormous chrome and glass mirrors that were hand painted to resemble malachite. On the opposite grass cloth wall was a similar arrangement, but the abstract faces were black and blue. A pair of Hollywood Regency down-filled sofas anchored the space and a bronze ram’s head coffee table centered it. I had a pair of 1970s slipper chairs recovered in extravagant velvet that had really beautiful and interesting pattern play. The rug is a custom hide and shearling chevron that was produced for me in Argentina. Finally, the vignette was flanked by one of my prized possessions-my larger than life Senufo birds from the Ivory Coast made of a very dense teak wood and carved in a guardian mode of protection. The male and female pair welcomed everyone in to the booth and the lavish interior settled everyone in. The best part of my experience in Art by Design is not only sharing creative energy with all of the talented participants, but also seeing everyone who came through during the variety of events and “hosting” so many great people inside my unexpectedly designed space. This is a show that I hope to be a part of for many more years to come. -Anthony Shaw
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Hi, my name is Caroline Weakley and I am a Senior at Hutchison. Outside of 4Memphis I am the Wilson Society president and participate on the Hutchison soccer team. I’ve loved working as fashion editor for 4Memphis the past two years and I am so excited to see Impact grow this year as the new Editor in Chief.
My name is Emma Yates, and I am a Senior at Briarcrest. This is my third year on the Impact staﬀ, and I have loved every second! Outside of Impact I am on my school’s Varsity Volleyball team, as well as, the Basketball Cheer team. I serve as the Digital Media Editor, and I can’t wait for another year on this team.
ELLA COFFEY Hi! My name is Ella Coﬀey and I am a Sophomore at St. Agnes Academy. This is my second year on the Impact staﬀ and I am so excited to be the Sales and Marketing Editor this year! Along with Impact, I am also involved in multiple clubs at my school and I am on the Varsity Swim Team and Junior Varsity Tennis Team. I can not wait for another year of Impact!!
LAILA TRAVILLION My name is Laila Travillion and I am a Senior at Collierville High School. I have enjoyed being a part of the 4Memphis Impact staﬀ since my Sophomore year and I am honored to now take the role as Arts Editor. In addition to working with Impact, I am also a captain on the Collierville High School dance team and associated with my school’s fine arts department. I love being able to share with others the beautiful things impacting the city of Memphis and being a part of the community in an exciting way.
ELLA TROTZ My name is Ella Trotz and I am a Junior at St. Mary's. This is my first year writing for the Impact staﬀ. Aside from writing, I enjoy riding horses and being apart of the St. Mary's Community Fund. I am excited to write about our city while learning about fashion, arts, and so much more!
BETTY JANE THOMAS My name is Betty Jane Thomas, and I am a Sophomore at Hutchison. This is my first year on the Impact Staﬀ, and I am so excited to see what it does for our city! I love the way 4Memphis focuses on giving back to the community!
STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Caroline Weakley GRAPHIC DESIGN Emma Yates / Maley Horn / Townes Wilkinson / Caroline Erb / Sarah Kate Fisher / Rachel Christenbury / Breeland Myers SOCIAL MEDIA Betty Jane Thomas / Louise Laney / Breeland Myers / Aja Berkheimer NON-PROFIT Embry Bird / Caroline Erb / Elizabeth Moody / Caitlyn Dawson / Ruth Ellen Berry / Betty Jane Thomas ART Anna Rose Thomas / Grace Johnson / Mckenzie Lester / Danielle Craven / Anna Mclaughlin / Laila Travillion WEBSITE Hudson Clift / Morgan Crosby / Mary McAuley / Rachel Christenbury SPORTS Angel Lay / Lily McCrary / Madeline Siler / Sydney Graeter / Louise Laney / Chloe Webster / Corinne Emmanuel / Robert Ayotte PHOTOGRAPHY Embry Bird / Grace Johnson / Angel Lay / Libby Wunderlich / Ruth Callicot / Sydney Graeter / Emma Soefker / Anna Mclauglin SALES Lily Saunders / Proctor Pitts / Libby Moak / Elizabeth Grinder / Emma Prather / Colleen Davis / Ella Coffey FASHION Libby Wunderlich / Virginia Tabor / Ella Trotz / Mary Adair / Shade Webb / Aja Berkheimer
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FEATURED ARTIST: SOPHIA ROSS By: Laila Travillion
Sophia Ross is a senior and exceptionally gifted art student at White Station High School. At a young age Ross ﬁrst began to appreciate art after attending the Memphis College of art summer camps from elementary to high school. “I loved the process of creating and using my imagination, and I feel that these experiences continue to inﬂuence my art today.” As a local student artist Ross believes the city of Memphis to be a birthplace of opportunity and abundant resources such as the art classes offered at Memphis College of Art, the annual River Arts Fest, or the multitude of student art competitions that inspire her artistic growth. Ross primarily focuses on watercolor and admires the mediums unique ability to appear both “soft and sophisticated” while also introducing challenging ways to create her more intricate pieces. Her beautiful watercolor titled “You Can’t See Me” is one of her many complex pieces in which she ﬁnds commendable for its extreme detail and powerful sense of emotion. Among many other things, she ﬁnds inspiration in nature’s suspension of light and its creation of depth and value as well as the emotional response art can have on the viewer. “Without emotion or passion behind a piece of art, I feel as though its message has been lost. One of the most important goals when I begin a new work is that I convey the emotion that I set out to show. If I can do this, then I consider that piece a success. As an artist, you have the power to change the way people view a situation, to make a statement, to say something that has never been said. Sharing art is sharing your views on the world and that is so powerful. If you are given a gift like artistic ability, use it to spark some new idea or show a new perspective on a situation. Show your point of view and share what you know.”
Overtime, she has become inﬂuenced by the work of both Charles Sheeler and Charles Demuth whose work derives from the precisionist era which combines strong line values, cubist abstraction, and an emphasis on architectural design. Ross resonates with the particular style for its précised structure yet peaceful qualities. In the future, Sophie aspires to become a landscape architect which merges her many passions including: urban planning, architecture, art, and design. “In this profession I hope to make impacts on the world that are greater than myself and truly make a change.” As of now, she is already setting out to achieve her dream in architecture and plans to attend Washington University in St. Louis to major in Communication Design as a step towards studying in Landscape Architecture. “I hope to apply my creativity in art to all I do throughout my life because it is part of who I am, and I am so grateful for that.”
“Age of Enlightenment”
“You Can’t See Me” JUNE 2019
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JOY PROM By: Ella Coffey
Joy Prom King & Queen being crowned.
Fancy balloon decorations for the Prom.
On Friday April 26, the special needs community of Memphis gathered for a night to remember, Joy Prom. Joy Prom is an all-inclusive event for teens and adults with special needs to truly feel like a king or queen for the night. It includes a dinner and dessert buffet, two photo booths, and a limo ride around the neighborhood! The guests start by walking down the red carpet with an escort and then getting introduced to the party. Later in the evening, a prom queen and king are picked for the year and the dance party continues! Impact loves this event because we get to celebrate alongside the guests and create friendships with an awesome community in Memphis.
A couple all dressed up for the night.
NUTRITION HUB By: Betty Jane Thomas This month IMPACT loves Nutrition Hub! Our favorite treats at the Germantown Nutrition Hub include the Birthday cake and Mint chocolate chip shakes. Nutrition Hub offers not only shakes but boosters, snacks, teas, and other drinks. It is a crowd favorite for breakfast drinks and an after school snack. We are thrilled to try some delicious drinks!
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Local boutique Dazzle carries everything from high-quality jewelry made by local and national designers, to handbags, accessories, and gift items for any occasion. Dazzle, located in the Regalia Shopping Center, is owned and run by Amy and Michael Egerman. When speaking with Amy at the store, she said that Dazzle was proudest to feature local jewelry designer, Margo Rebecca. Margo is a young entrepreneur from Memphis who started her company from her dorm room and has now turned her brand into an emerging, yet well known jewelry line. The store also retails hand-crafted pottery from Samuels Designs, made by Memphis native, Ruth Samuels. While Dazzle brilliantly highlights local artistry, it also features nationalbrands such as jewelry lines Gorjana, Jenny Bird, Simon Sebbag, and Tat2 Designs Jewelry. Amy and Michael scour the national markets in New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Chicago to find the perfect pieces for their clientele, including leather handbags and accessories from national brands including Hammit, Able, Thacker, and Latico. From incredible merchandise to a devoted staff, Dazzle is the perfect blend of trendy, well-crafted, and mid-priced jewelry, accessories, and gifts.
Gorjana Earrings & Layered Necklaces
Margo Rebecca Necklaces & Thacker Nolita Handbag
Lot of Love for Samuelâ€™s Designs Pottery
Jason Rose Earrings JUNE 2019
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