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NOVEMBER 2015

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Being Thankful


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Contents NOVEMBER 2015

Outtakes 26 Live at the Garden: Martina McBride 27 Live at the Garden: Daryl Hall & John Oates 28 Taste of Our Town 30 Vin-a-Que 32 CooperYoung Festival 34 Station 3 36 Pat Halloran Roast 50 MFM@10 52 Best Memphis Burger Fest 56 Feathers Spa Grand Opening 58 Feed the Soul 60 Red Slipper Tournament 62 Little Black Dress Event 65 Congresso Conference 78 A Night in Old Vienna 80 Clays for Kids 82 BreakFest on Broad 83 Chisca Block Party 84 Greenway Soiree 85 Local Artist Day 87 AAF Plug-In 2015 88 James Beard Celebrity Chef Tour 89 Make-a-Wish Dinner Party

Features 48 67

Shifting Into High Gear with Amy Howell #MemphisLoveChallenge: Binghampton Christian Academy

Regulars 38 Fashion: Covered Up 71 Recipes: The Thankful Table 90 4Music 92 4Art 96 Celebrating Marriage 97 Book Review: Dead to Me 98 More4Memphis

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Letter From the Publisher Seek the Peace and Prosperity of the City in which I have placed you. Jeremiah 29:7 .‫ יִ ְהיֶ ה לָ כֶ ם ָשלֹום‬,‫לֹומּה‬ ָ ‫ כִ י ִב ְש‬:‫יְ הוָ ה‬-‫ ֶאל‬,‫ וְ ִה ְת ַפלְ לּו ַבעֲ ָדּה‬,‫ ֲא ֶשר ִהגְ לֵ ִיתי ֶא ְתכֶ ם ָש ָמה‬,‫שלֹום ָהעִ יר‬-‫ת‬ ְ ‫ז וְ ִד ְרׁשּו ֶא‬ ‫יִ ְר ְמיָ הּו‬

Proverbs 3: 25–28 Have no fear of sudden disaster or of the ruin that overtakes the wicked for the Lord will be your confidence and will keep your foot from being snared. 27 Do not withhold good from those who deserve it, when it is in your power to act. 28 Do not say to your neighbor, “Come back later, I’ll give it tomorrow” when you know you have it with you. 25 26

‫ׁשִמ‬ ְ ‫יֵל‬ ָ ִ‫ּת‬-‫ַאל‬  ‫כה‬ .‫ ּכִי תָ ב ֹא‬,‫ ּומִ ּׁש ַֹאת ְרׁשָ עִ ים‬   ;‫ מִ ּפַ חַ ד ּפִ תְ א ֹם‬,‫ירא‬ .‫ ו ְׁשָ מַ ר ַר ְגלְָך מִ ָּלכֶד‬   ;‫ י ִהְ י ֶה ְבכִסְ לֶָך‬,‫י ְהו ָה‬-‫ּכִי‬  ‫כו‬ .‫ ּבִהְ יֹות לְאֵ ל ידיך (י ָדְ ָך) לַעֲ ׂשֹות‬   --‫טֹוב מִ ּבְעָ לָיו‬-‫ּתִ מְ נַע‬-‫ַאל‬  ‫כז‬ .‫ וְי ֵׁש אִ ּתָ ְך‬   ;‫ּומָ חָ ר אֶ ּתֵ ן‬--‫ לְֵך ו ָׁשּוב‬,)‫ּת ֹאמַ ר לרעיך (ל ְֵרעֲ ָך‬-‫ַאל‬  ‫כח‬ A number of years ago I thought it would be fun to obtain my pilot’s license. I was single with a little extra time on my hands. I paid for and took 20 hours of flight training before I was told to go take my flight physical. I was under the impression that it was a routine physical. I was 30 and healthy and figured that it was a formality before I was allowed to take my first solo flight. The first question the physician asked me was, “do you have any allergies?” I answered yes, and the physician quickly replied that I failed the physical explaining to me that people with allergies sometimes take allergy medicine, which makes them drowsy; therefore, the FAA doesn’t grant licenses to people with allergies.

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I took two things away from that experience. The first one, at least in the South, is that all my friends who fly must have been coached by their flight schools to lie on their physicals, since everyone in the South has some form of allergies. The second and most important is a principle that I took away from the training - I was taught that you take off and land by a check list. It

does not matter the number of times you have flown, but you must take off and land by a check list. Failure to perform one item on the check list can lead to a mistake that could cost you and others their lives. The Book of Proverbs has served as a daily check list for thousands of years. It offers wisdom for living with others and wisdom for living a safe, productive life. In the passage from Proverbs above, the author reminds us of the benefits of living according to the wisdom offered by the check list by declaring that we will have no fear of sudden ruin. The author does let us rest in his affirming promise of safety, if we avoid violating the passage’s check list. The author gives us a responsibility to act in the best interest of others if it is in our power to do so. It is not the calling to take care of our friends and family, it is the calling to embrace the community where we live by helping those in need. Memphis is very generous city. The pages of 4Memphis are filled with the efforts of people working on behalf of the less fortunate in our community. It is our prayer that the pages of 4Memphis serve as a check list for all of us to serve our community by reaching out to our neighbors from all walks of life and financial conditions, as we work to improve the quality of life for all those who live in the Mid-South. This Thanksgiving Season, may we stop to reflect on God’s goodness to us all!!! Seek the Peace and Prosperity of Memphis, Jim Walker

About the Cover This month’s Thanksgiving spread can be found on page 71. Photography by Eric Delbridge.

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November 2015 Volume VI • Number 1 PUBLISHER Jim Walker jim@4memphis.com EDITOR Stephanie Beliles stephanie@4memphis.com MANAGING EDITOR Sandi Butler Hughes sandi@4memphis.com ART DIRECTOR Ben Williams ben@4memphis.com GRAPHIC DESIGN Courtney Searcy SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN Ashley Staton ashley@4memphis.com ADVERTISING Mark O. Ramirez mark@4memphis.com

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Outtakes

Live at the Garden

Martina McBride Photography by Mark O. Ramirez & James Wessels | @rockmemphislive

Lindsay Pelkey, Kelly Dennis, Krista Maykowski, Betsy Batt & Rachel Adams

Paige & John Phillips

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Elizabeth Johnson, Melinda Merkle, Teresa Bolton, Holly Kavanaugh, Lee Ann McGhee & Paul Moreau 26 / 4Memphis

Barbara Patronis, Mike McNeer & Dr. Barbara Benstein

Kelsie McCoy, Elizabeth Cheston & Page McCoy

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Lety Branum & Pam Davis

Anne Wesberry & John McCormick

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Outtakes

Live At The Garden

Daryl Hall & John Oates

Ronnie Powell with Maria & Chad Fahrenkopf

Hal & Geri Lansky with Barry Yoakum

Tim Maxwell, Beth Flanagan & Harris Jones

Katie Hughes, Callie Ellis & Rachel Dyer

Nicole McGlaughlin, Allison Carson & Kim Pitts

Josh Ripple, Jeff & Valerie Morris, Jerry Solomon

Bill & Kristi Kloos

Donna Erin & Penny Clark

Ricky & Catherine Harris

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Taste of Our Town Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

The Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce held the 15th Annual Taste of Our Town at the Hilton Memphis. More than 30 hospitality vendors from Germantown and beyond offered samplings including The Half Shell, Mesquite Chop House, and Doc’s Wine & Spirits. Faith Evans Ruch was the songstress who entertained the abundant crowd at this very popular and tasty party, and Make-A-Wish Mid-South received all the proceeds from the live auction. For more information on joining and upcoming GCC events, visit germantownchamber.com.

Earl & Jill Lake with Janet & Jimmie Smith

Bruce & Janie Hopkins

Gray Byrd & Brooke Ehrhart

Stacey Pipkin & Alycia Roberts

Kelsey & Joel Kiedis

Anabelle Lapina & Michael Luckey

Chris & Ericka Liggins

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Shemica Gautreaux & Brooke Dishmon

Karen Perrin & Steve Conley

T.J. & Jennifer Rivera with Scott & Corey Morgan

Devin Rohde & Emily O’Donnell

Lacey & Durden Shape


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Vin-A-Que Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

The Brooks annual Wine + Food Series kicked off October 2nd with Vin-A-Que. It’s a culinary celebration of all things swine and wine at the Brooks Museum Front Plaza. Guests sampled traditional and nontraditional ‘Que, including three whole hogs from Newman Farm Heritage Berkshire Pork and local favorites including Paynes, Central and the Rendezvous. This party on the plaza is a porking feast! For more information on events at the Brooks, visit brooksmuseum.org.

Stanton & Bunny Thomas with Jason Sullivan & Michelle Snowden

Lauren Ware & Jim Maddox

Glenn Goerke with Kathy & Roger Sapp

Melinda Pigors & Autumn Leaf Goerke 30 / 4Memphis

Ford & Sophie Canale

Sharelle Nicholson & Dione Bowers

Tim Deck, Alice Higdon & Daniel Reid

Lauren & Jamison Callins

Steve & Rebecca Whattley

Andrew Ticer, Shawn Mitchell with Michael Hudman

Kim Cherry & Chuck Siegfried

Chad Johnson & Nicole Rice


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CooperYoung Festival Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

For the 28th year, the hippest neighborhood in Midtown hosted the annual Cooper-Young Festival. With multiple music stages, art, food, and culture galore, this fall tradition was another huge success and so much fun for the crowd that turned out to enjoy the beautiful Saturday in September.

Grizz Girls: Taryn, Consuelo & Christina

Huda Alaeddin & Heather Sider

Blake Fitzgerald, Megan Maxwell, Taylor Robinson & Keon Motamedi

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Ryker Dillard, Ellie & Anna Joy Batchelor

Kylee Todd & Allison Nguyen

Jonathan McCauley & Amber Pike

Hanna McCarthy, Nell Springer, Anna Harrison, Elsie Paugh, Tyler Hurt & Alden Wooden

Andrea Hall, Lauren Seller, Tiffany Bukowski, Hannah Essaro & Alexis Murphy

Harlan Hutton, Brinkley Rady & Olivia DeWitt


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Outtakes

Station 3

The Memphis Firehaus Opening Party Photography by Mark O. Ramirez Thursday, October 1st was the opening night for Memphis’ newest pop-up beer garden, Station 3: The Memphis Firehaus. They are located at 198 Dr. MLK Avenue, on the corner of B.B. King Boulevard, next to the FedEx Forum parking garage, with great beers being poured in this historic spot until November 30th. Watch a game, have a pre-concert libation, or just because it’s another cool thing to do Downtown!

Samantha Holder, Jennifer Routh, Lauren McGoff & Kate Morrisse

Mike Meyer & Shawn Mitchell

Libby DeWeese & Kayla Adair

Thomas Malone, Harold Schaitberger, Benjamin Orgel, John Foote & Harold Collins

Joe Norman, Tajuan - Mitchell & Hendrell Remus

Taylor Hurbers, Marilyn Malone & Nikki Gallikova Donna & Ronnie Stafford 34 / 4Memphis

Glenn & Kirby Floyd

Leslie Lynn & Katherine Newsom

Laura, Bob & Sunny Burditt

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Outtakes

Pat Halloran Roast Peabody Hotel Photography by Mark O. Ramirez How do you best honor an iconic Memphis leader? With a celebratory roasting, of course! Retiring Orpheum President and CEO Pat Halloran was the honoree for the elegant evening held late September in the Grand Ballroom of the Peabody Hotel. Dr. Scott Morris served as Master of Ceremonies for the night, as the “roasters� lined up to share funny stories, with a touch of sarcasm and wit. Typical of Pat, the evening was also about giving back with proceeds benefitting the Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education.

Carissa Klutts & Mark Malatesta

Mary & Dr. Scott Morris

Rebecca Fowler & Doug Browne

Esha Rock & Andrew Lupe

Pat & Anne Halloran

Lauren Steinkamp, Shelby Davis, Kristin Bennett & Christina Torres

Dale Gunn & Sandra Morello

Earle & Cathy Farrell with Kathy Aicher & Cecilia Walker

James & Linda Gattas with Cathy & Terry Lynch

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Photography: Lindsey Lissau Creative Director/Styling: Stephanie Beliles Model: Mikayla from Colors Makeup: Tiffany Bishop Assistant: Ashley Staton

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Jacket & Skirt: Lori James Necklace: Joseph

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Denim: Lori James | Boots: Lori James | Jacket: Lori James Bag: Joseph | Camisole: Kittie Kyle | Necklace: Lavish

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Skirt: Kittie Kyle | Blouse: Oak Hall Jacket: Joseph | Pumps: Lavish

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Skirt: Kittie Kyle | Jacket: Lavish Hat: Lansky’s

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Coat: Oak Hall | Trousers: Lansky’s | Hat: Lori James Boots: Lansky’s | Necklace: Lansky’s | Sweater: Lansky’s

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Jacket: Kittie Kyle Necklace: Lavish

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Blouse: Kittie Kyle | Skirt: Joseph Necklace: Lori James | Jacket: Lavish

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Hooded Jacket: Kittie Kyle | Trousers: Oak Hall Boots: Joseph | Bag: Lavish

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Coat: Lansky’s | Scarf: Lavish Denim: Lori James | Boots: Joseph

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Shifting Into

HIGH GEAR with Amy Howell by Sandi Butler Hughes

Success doesn’t just happen. As students move from high school-to-college-to-career, the broad and vague dictate to “work hard” is simply not enough. Having a clear path and definitive plan is crucial, with steps, strategies, and examples of real world experience to actually be successful. Marketing professional and business owner, Amy Howell has made a career of building successes for clients as well as herself, and she is sharing the “how” and the “why” for students in her new book, The Future Belongs to Students in High Gear: A Guide For Students and Aspiring Game Changers In Transition From College To Career. Amy has lived her life and managed her public relations business in “high gear.” But what exactly does that mean? “High gear means striving for your best even when you make mistakes. It’s different for everyone, and it means learning from mistakes, moving forward and seeing your goals clearly. High gear means going that extra step and leveraging what you have,” she explained. F O R E W O R D

This practical guide for our young people is a call to arms for big

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Amy D. Howell (@HowellMarketing) CEO of Howell Marketing Strategies From Texas to Alabama to Tennessee, this southern girl is most comfortable in cowboy boots and jeans. Amy now runs her business from her office in the historic South Main Arts District of Downtown Memphis. When she’s not in the office, she is either working remotely from her car, her home, or somewhere on the Tennessee River. As long as she has her iPhone, she’s only a tweet away.

AMY D. HOWELL

ANNE DEETER GALLAHER

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Anne Deeter Gallaher (@AnneDGallaher) CEO of Deeter Gallaher Group LLC Passionate about entrepreneurship and high gear work environments, Anne was recognized as one of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business. Never leaving home without her pearls or iPhone, she brings Powerful language. Smart marketing.® to every client relationship. Celebrating 15 years of business ownership, she believes her biggest high gear achievement is watching her three sons graduate from college and set their own courses for success.

www.StudentsinHighGear.com

This latest release, is almost like a field guide for students maneuvering through the obstacles and opportunities they face every day, with every choice they make. Choices such as how to make the most of free time, how to control the debt when paying for college, or how to get a jumpstart on a career. “This is a direct call to action for both parents and their children. Even if they read just one chapter, they will get information they can put to use to live in high gear,” Amy said. There are also practical tips on topics such as the digital footprint, resumes, and dotconnecting, as well as a workbook section for goal setting.

H OWE L L & G A L L A HE R

Students in High Gear is Amy’s second book to utilize high ideas, passionate workers, and an energized economy. Andthe it demonstrates the unbridled capabilities of collaboration between students, colleges, and the business community. High gear awaits! gear theme. The first book, Women In High Gear: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, On-Rampers, And Aspiring Executives focuses on helping women navigate the special challenges they often face in the world of business. Both High Gear books are coauthored with Anne Deeter Gallaher, also an entrepreneur and business owner of a public relations firm in Pennsylvania. “After we wrote Women In High Gear, moms were asking us to write a book for their kids. There are so many challenges ki ds face today that are different than when I first started my career. If a college education is the great equalizer, then preparing these kids to shorten their learning curve from college to career is paramount,” Amy said.

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AMY D . HOWELL & ANNE D EETER G ALLAHER

“High gear means striving for your best even when you make mistakes.” –Amy Howell

Throughout the book, Amy and Anne utilize research, statistics, and their own experiences to explain the high gear concept. What makes Students in High Gear different are the insights and perspectives of high performing students, university presidents, and industry professionals. Some of the leaders who have shared their success stories and lessons in the book include Dr. M. David Rudd, President of the University of Memphis and Michael Glenn, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer at FedEx. 48 / 4Memphis

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The Future Belongs to Students in High Gear

Are you one of the 21 million U.S. students enrolled in postsecondary institutions? We need you in high gear! You form the foundation of the knowledge economy. Your choices, ambitions, and opportunities will determine career success and life purpose. In this small window of discovery, business owners Amy and Anne define the path to high gear and weave powerful insights from every stakeholder: students, professors, deans, University presidents, parents, employers. Whether you’re a senior in high school considering the value of a college investment, a recent graduate navigating the interview process, or a professor wanting to imbue high gear employable skills, Students in High Gear is fuel for success.

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Released in mid-October, Students In High Gear has already garnered national attention from universities and renowned media outlets. Texas Christian University is hosting the official book launch celebration in mid-November in Fort Worth. The Marketing Department at TCU has selected the book to be part of their curriculum. “When students give their testimonials and insights as to what nurtured their path to triumph, there could not be a better playbook,” says Dr. Bob Akin of TCU. Both Forbes and Inc. have taken note too. Inc. quoted Amy in a recent article about skills employers look for in college grads; Forbes reviewed High Gear and said “Universities would be wise to make the book mandatory reading for all incoming freshman.” Locally, Amy’s alma mater, Rhodes College is also endorsing her book for their students. “Students in High Gear is an important read for all college students. As students of the liberal arts, Rhodes College undergraduates will benefit enormously from her perceptive analyses for how success is achieved in today’s society. We look forward to implementing and enhancing many of Students in High Gear strategies through our Career Services work at Rhodes,” stated Dr. Russell Wigginton, Vice President for Office of External Programs at Rhodes. When living in high gear, it is never too early to get started, and why high school students can also benefit from this guidebook. Recently, Amy spoke to the Christian Brothers High School Parents Association meeting, and she discussed how to apply high gear even before college. According to Chris Fay, Principal at Christian Brothers High School, “Students in High Gear is an outstanding playbook for students on how to succeed in our increasingly complex world. Amy and Anne provide some great insight and lived experiences that can help today’s student navigate their way to high gear and the career of their choice.”

Amy sums up high gear with an analogy to compounding interest. “When you make good choices, they add up, like money in the bank. When you volunteer, intern, use your time wisely and don’t procrastinate, it makes a difference in your life.”


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MFM@10 Memphis Brewery Photography by Mark O. Ramirez The Memphis Farmer’s Market celebrated 10 years of growth with a party at the Tennessee Brewery. MFM was one of Memphis’ first markets to offer locally-grown produce and other yummy foods, and it has since become a Saturday morning shopping tradition. Of course, great, fresh food was part of the celebration, along with music by Star & Micey, games, and one last chance to visit the Brewery before the transformation. The MFM is open through November 21st, and the Holiday Market will be held on December 12th. For more information, visit memphisfarmersmarket.org.

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Patrick Reilly & Clay Thompson

Betty & Bob Ramsey & Teresa Potter

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Best Memphis Burger Fest Photography by Mark O. Ramirez Burger lovers united at Tiger Lane on a cold Saturday in early October for the Best Memphis Burger Fest, and the grills and good time kept everyone warm! Teams competed in a Cornhole Tournament, a Slider Eating Competition, and of course, the title of Best Memphis Burger. The Fest benefits Memphis Paws, a philanthropic organization that benefits other local, non-profits dedicated to rescuing and improving the quality of life of dogs and cats. To learn how you can help, visit memphispaws.org.

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Methodist Hospice Residence Red Slipper Tournament Photography by Mark O. Ramirez The largest women-only field of golfers in the history of the event turned out for the Red Slipper Tournament to support the Methodist Hospice Residence. It was a beautiful fall Friday as the ladies took to the links at Windyke Country Club. In addition to the tournament, a Caddie Auction Party was held at the home of Dr. Mike and Liz Neel earlier in the week. Getting into the spirit of the event, each of the 14 caddies up for auction had a nickname, ranging from “Captain America” to another brave soul, “Braveheart”, who wore a kilt. Mike Neel won the award for “highest paid caddie”, in which he raised the most money at the auction. After a hard day of play, all the players received a pair of Dearfoam slippers in their goodie bag.The Methodist Hospice Residence is located at 6416 Quince Road, and this year’s Red Slipper events raised nearly $40,000 for this special place in our community.

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Chances are pretty good that you have driven past a small, private school campus along the welltraveled stretch of Tillman Street between Sam Cooper and Walnut Grove; chances are also good that you have never heard about the amazing work happening within the beige complex of buildings you whiz past, en route elsewhere. In the heart of the Binghampton neighborhood, Binghampton Christian Academy offers students not only a great education, but a hopeful future amid the hopelessness that often plagues our inner city children. Founded in 1993 as The Neighborhood School, Mrs. Jo Walt envisioned a private, Christian school for the children in one of the poorest areas of Memphis who face significant barriers in education and in life. Renamed a couple of years ago, Binghampton Christian Academy (BCA) nurtures children who often fall between the cracks in the public education system. In addition to the traditional school environment, BCA offers the only boarding school facility in Memphis.

This is just one of many differences making it a unique, urban oasis. As a private school, students apply for admission to one of the 134 coveted spots in Pre-K through 8th grade. Tari Harris, Head of School at BCA, explains that only children who live in Binghampton are accepted, and most all of the students, once admitted return each year through graduation in the 8th grade.

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Tuition at BCA is $100 per semester. “Mrs. Walt wanted families to have a Christian school they could afford, so tuition is $100 per family, not per child. If they could pay, that was fine, and if not, that was fine too,” Tari notes. Sixty percent of BCA students are from the African nation of Sudan, and many do not have an English speaking parent at home who can help them with homework. Without parental support, these children often struggle and would be left behind in the traditional school environment. With language being one of many barriers facing these students, combined with other poverty-related issues such as unstable family situations and homelessness, the BCA boarding program has been essential in helping students overcome these obstacles to learning success. Two dormitories on the property were built to house the students Monday-Thursday. Currently, BCA houses 15 girls and 16 boys on their campus. The students return home each weekend, and during the week parents are welcome to visit at any time. “We are here to fill in the gap and work alongside of the parents,” Tari said. Inside the girl’s dorm, there is a warm, family atmosphere with walls painted a soft yellow and a long farm table in the center of the combination living room/kitchen area. Matching quilts and comforters are neatly made on each of the twin size beds, and inspirational artwork lines the walls, along with family photos and reminders for area high school tour dates. In terms of the typical private school tuition, the $200 annual BCA tuition is meager and does not begin to cover the actual cost of $6,000 per student. It is in this deficit where the true BCA difference is discovered: extensive donations and a multitude of volunteers filling the gap. Just as the school exists for children who would fall between the cracks, the generosity of BCA supporters fill this deficit with both time and money. Over 200 volunteers from area churches and schools are involved at BCA. Groups from Second Presbyterian and Bellevue Loves Memphis Ministries host workdays; students from St. Mary’s, Hutchison and St. George’s are regular volunteers; more volunteers work as tutors for academics or they share an extra-curricular expertise such as ballet or taekwondo; evening meals are provided nightly for the boarding students through Take-Them-A-Meal donations; this is just small sampling of the many ways volunteers serve and

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donate to fill the gap. The only federal dollars the school receives are for the school breakfast and lunch programs. According to Shelley Alley, BCA Director of Development, grants account for only a small portion of the funding, while most of the operating expenses are funded by donations, partnerships, and fundraising efforts. When Mrs. Walt founded the school, she envisioned it built on a foundation of prayer. Another special volunteer opportunity is to be a Prayer Partner for a student. Each child has a committed Prayer Partner who prays daily for them, creating a bond rooted in prayer. Tari shares stories of the incredible relationships forged between Prayer Partners and “their” students. Many send encouraging notes, visit them for lunch, and others have had the resources to sponsor “their” student’s high school tuition at places like French Camp Academy and CBHS. In another incredible example of this bond and commitment, a Prayer Partner stepped in to adopt three BCA boys after their father was deported and their mother died from cancer. The foundation of prayer also begins every school morning as the students and teachers meet in Dickens Hall. A multi-purpose space serves as a lunchroom, or a play area on rainy days, or an auditorium for graduation, but each morning, it is where the school gathers for “family time” to share breakfast, a devotion, and pray together. While on our tour of the school, Tari asked the third grade classroom to recite their monthly Bible verse, Philippians 2:1-3 in unison. After the Bible verse, they spread out around the classroom, to have some extra wiggle room to sing “Every Move I Make,” complete with motions. They sang the lyrics “Waves of mercy, waves of grace; everywhere I look I see Your face.” Those lyrics seem embody the essence of Binghampton Christian Academy. Mercy and grace abound, and throughout the campus, the face of God can be seen in every student. To fully appreciate Binghampton Christian Academy, stop by for a tour the next time you pass the campus at 175 Tillman Street. The third graders will be happy to sing for you! For more information, to volunteer or to make a donation, visit bcamemphis.org.


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4Memphis is thankful for many things this great city has to offer. However, we are taking a moment to really show some civic appreciation for our food! Memphians are great at not only entertaining, but serving up love at their holiday tables as well. This month, we photographed beautiful offerings from the tables of some of our favorite restaurants. Also, 4Memphis set a festive

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table with pretty pieces of serving wear from Palladio, Memphis Potters’ Guild, More Than Words, Social, and Southern Avenue. Earthy pottery, vintage silver and pewter, and cotton-inspired dÊcor proves that cozy can be chic at your Thanksgiving table.


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For the Duxelle Combine mushrooms, garlic, shallot and thyme in food processor and chop until fine. Set a saute pan over medium heat. Once it is hot, add in mushroom mixture. Saute 6 to 8 minutes on medium heat until juices have been extracted. Set mixture aside to cool.

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In a medium bowl, stir together maple syrup, soy sauce, salad oil, lemon juice, red wine vinegar, garlic powder, black pepper, and salt. Place sliced steak into the marinade; cover and refrigerate overnight. Roasts should be brought close to room temperature before they go into the oven, to ensure more even cooking. Preheat your oven to 500°F (or the highest temp your oven reaches less than 500°F). Pat the roast dry with paper towels (pre-salting should have made the roast release some moisture), and sprinkle the roast all over with salt and pepper. After browning the roast at a 500°F temperature in the oven for 15

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minutes, reduce the oven temperature to 325°F. To figure out the total cooking time, allow about 13-15 minutes per pound for rare and 15-17 minutes per pound for medium rare. The actual cooking time will depend on the shape of the roast, how chilled your roast still is when it goes into the oven, and your particular oven. A flatter roast will cook more quickly than a thicker one. There are so many variables involved that affect cooking time, this is why you should use a meat thermometer. A prime rib roast is too expensive to “wing it”. Error on the rare side, you can always put the roast back in the oven to cook it more if it is too rare for your taste. Roast in oven until thermometer registers 115°-120°F for rare or 125°-130°F for medium. (The internal temperature of the roast will continue to rise after you take the roast out of the oven.) Check the temperature of the roast using a meat thermometer 30 to 45 minutes before you expect the roast to be done. For example, with a 10 pound roast, you would expect 2 1/2 hours of total cooking time (15 minutes at 500° and 2 1/4 hours at 325°). In this case, check after 1 hour 45 minutes of total cooking time, or 1 hour 30 minutes after you lowered the oven temp to 325. Once the


For the Beef Tenderloin Season the tenderloin liberally with salt and pepper. Set a saute pan over high heat. Cover the bottom with olive oil. Once hot, sear tenderloin on all sides. Remove from pan and brush tenderloin with dijon mustard and allow to cool. Lay out one sheet of heavy duty plastic wrap on a cutting board. On plastic wrap lay out prosciutto slices so that they are overlapping. Then evenly layer your duxelle on top of prosciutto. Lay tenderloin on top of duxelle, and using the plastic wrap, roll the tender loin so that it is entirely wrapped in the duxelle and prosciutto. Tighten the plastic wrap at the ends of the roll to aquire desired shape. Allow to set for 10 minutes in refrigerator to preserve this shape. Lay out another sheet of plastic wrap. Lay the puff pastry sheet on top. Remove cooled tenderloin roll from plastic wrap and lay on top of puff pastry. Repeat plastic wrap rolling process so that the tenderloin is completely covered with puff pastry. Twist the ends and return to refrigerator to preserve shape. Once cooled, remove from plastic wrap. Using the back of a knife, score the top of the wellington for a decorative touch. Brush with egg yolks and bake in a 325 degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes. This should yield a perfect mid rare to medium center. Allow to cool before carving.

Maple Sirloin Prime Rib on a serving platter from Palladio. Butterbell from Memphis Potters’ Guild

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roast has reached the temperature you want, remove it from the oven and place it on a carving board. Cover it with foil and let it rest for 30 minutes before carving. The internal temperature of the roast will continue to rise while the roast is resting.

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Triple Squash Gratin 1 Butternut squash, peeled, seeded and cut into 1/3-inch slices 1 Acorn squash, peeled, seeded and cut into 1/3-inch slices 3 Shallots, chopped 2 C Gruyere cheese, shredded 1 ¾ C Heavy cream

Preheat the oven to 375 F and butter a 9x13 baking dish. Arrange half of the squash slices in the bottom of the baking dish and top with the shallots and half of the cheese. Cover with the remaining squash, finishing with the last of the cheese. In a medium bowl, whisk together the cream, pumpkin puree, 1 Tbl sage, salt and pepper. Carefully pour over the top of the squash. Mix together the bread crumbs and the parmesan and sprinkle over the top of the gratin. Bake until browned on top and bubbling, about 1 hour. Garnish with reserved sage and allow to cool for 10-15 minutes before serving.

¾ C Pumpkin puree 2 Tbl Fresh sage, chiffonade (divided) ½ Tsp salt ¾ Tsp black pepper ½ C Fresh bread crumbs ¼ C Parmesan cheese

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Buffalo Chicken Dip 2 C Central BBQ pulled smoked chicken, chopped 4 oz Wing sauce (Franks Red Hot with equal part melted butter) 4 oz Blue cheese dressing 4 oz Ranch dressing 8 oz shredded cheese 12 oz Softened cream cheese Blend together wing sauce, blue cheese dressing, shredded cheese & cream cheese. Stir in cut up smoked chicken. Put in casserole and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Sprinkle chopped scallions & crumbled bacon on top (optional). Serve hot with Central BBQ fresh cooked tortilla chips.

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Spice Crusted Duck Confit For the Curing 4 Duck legs 8 oz Sugar 4 oz Salt

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Combine duck legs with cure mixture and let duck marinate overnight (or at least 8 hours). Rince duck legs and place in heavy-bottomed roasting dish and submerge completely with duck fat. Roast at 200 degrees until meat pulls away from bone, approximately 8 hours. Coat cooked legs in spice rub and roast at 500 degrees until crisp, approximately 10 minutes. Buffalo Chicken Dip on a dip serving piece from More Than Words. Copper serving utensils from Social.

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For the Grits 3 ¾ C Water 1 Tbl Chicken stock 3 ½ C Quaker Oats Quik Grits 2 Tbl Butter, unsalted

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In a large stock pot with water over high heat, bring to a boil. Add chicken base and stir with a wire whip to incorporate. Slowly add grits to stock and mix with a wire whip to incorporate. Bring back to a boil and reduce to a simmer for 20 to 25 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat. Add butter, cream, cheese, salt and pepper. Fold with spatula until all ingredients are incorporated and smooth. Place mixture into a lined half sheet pans using a spatula. Fill completely to top and smooth out with spatula. Place under refrigeration to cool. Once cooled, cut into portions using a biscuit cutter. Place grit cakes on lined half sheets pans and cover with plastic wrap. Place grit cakes into corn meal mix and evenly coat both cakes lightly. Place grits into a 350°F fryer for 3½ to 4 minutes or until grits are golden brown in color. Remove from fryer and drain off excess oil. For the Shrimp While grits are cooking, brush salad oil onto fresh shrimp. Place shrimp on the grill and baste shrimp with BBQ sauce. Grill to form diamond marks 3-4 minutes. Turn over and baste other side with BBQ sauce. Grill to form diamond marks 3-4 minutes. 76 / 4Memphis

2 lb Ground chuck 2 oz Olive oil ½ Small onion, diced 1 Rib celery, chopped 2 Carrots, diced 2 oz Garlic ½ Tsp Basil, dried 1/4 Tsp Italian seasoning 1 oz Parsley, chopped

Pinch ground bay leaves Pinch thyme 1/4 Tsp Oregano 1 Tbl Crushed rosemary 2 oz Kosher salt 2 Tbl Pepper 1 15.5 oz Can tomato sauce 1 Small can tomato paste 1 46 oz can tomato juice

Brown ground chuck in a saucepan over low-medium heat. In a separate pan, saute vegetables until the onions are gray. Drain ground chuck, and add to vegetables. Mix in spices, tomato sauce, paste and juice. Simmer up to 1.5 hours. Serve over meat raviolis, available at Lucchesi’s. Other ravioli fillings available include pumpkin, butternut squash, and roasted chicken.


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A Night in Old Vienna Photography by Baxter Buck

Annesdale Mansion was the elegant setting for the recent Memphis Symphony Orchestra’s “A Night in Old Vienna.” The pre-season party was an opportunity for guests to meet the MSO musicians, and also hear them play their exquisite eighteenth century chamber music. Several guests donned their best eighteenth century attire in the spirit of the evening. For information on the MSO concert season, please visit memphissymphony.org.

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Clays for Kids Ronald McDonald House Photography by Mark O. Ramirez The Ronald McDonald House of Memphis held their 4th Annual Clays for Kids on October 1-2. The two-day event started with an Auction Party at the Propcellar Vintage Rentals, and continued the next day with the Sporting Clay Tournament at the Memphis Sport Shooting Association range. Both novices and experts alike had a great time competing where the real winners are the families served by the Ronald McDonald House. To learn ways you can give, visit rmhc-memphis.org.

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BreakFest Urban Bicycle Food Ministry Photography by Mark O. Ramirez The first annual celebration of all things breakfast and brunch was held on Broad Avenue Water Tower Pavilion on a Saturday in late September. The sold-out BreakFest was a day-long festival with food competitions for best omelet, best breakfast sandwich, bacon lovers and more, plus food trucks, live music, and games from the Rec Room. The event benefitted the Urban Bicycle Food Ministry. For a list of items needed for donation, visit ubfm.net.

Andrew Yarbrough, Ashley Smith, Allison Carson, Kacy Maxwell, Jordan Droski, Blake Carson, “Most Interesting Man Alive� & Ronnie Powell

Larrie Rodriguez & Kat Farber

Cheryl Bledsoe, Carter Beard & Liz Royer

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Steven Fox & Calley Anderson

Todd Chapman, Will Bell & Cooper Phelan

Elizabeth Coleman & Lauren Cox

Lauren & Magnolia Callins with Stephanie Beliles


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Chisca Block Party Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

The Downtown Memphis Commission held their annual soiree with the Chisca Block Party. The party at the corner of MLK and Main filled the street with live music, food trucks, and lots of people celebrating the many successes in Downtown. The 2015 Downtown Vision Awards were presented to people and organizations who have made a difference in the area. This year’s winners included: Gene Carlisle, Carlisle Corp. was posthumously awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award; Jay Sieleman of The Blues Foundation and The Blues Hall of Fame was lauded for Individual Achievement; Bass Pro Outdoor World Project and the Chisca Project were both noted for Organizational Achievement. For a complete list of winners and more information on “getting down,” visit downtownmemphis.com.

Cage Carruthers, Anna Laura Hatchett & Jeremiah Mangrum

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Greenway Soiree Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

The Greenway Soiree is the signature fundraising event for the Wolf River Conservancy, and this year’s party also celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Conservancy. Since 1985, the organization has helped to protect over 14,000 acres in the Wolf River corridor. Funds raised at the Soiree help to make these things possible. To learn more or join WRC, visit wolfriver.org.

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Local Artist Day More Than Words Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

Moziah Bridges & Tramice Morris

Joy Bateman

Amber Nail & Gracie Lloyd

Peggy Harwood & Betsey Bogen

More Than Words, the unique gift shop in the Shops of Saddle Creek, recently hosted a Local Artist Day to showcase their many talents and works. Authors participating in the day included Joy Bateman, Caitlin Horton, and Grace Skertich. Numerous artists in attendance included Ron Olson, Bob Lamen, Candice Boatwright, and Steve Childs, plus jewelry designers, hand-crafted pottery, and a live FM-100 remote made for a fun, artsy day at More Than Words.

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AAF Plug-In 2015 AAF Memphis, the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation, held the annual Plug-In recently at the Amurica Photobooth Studio. The after-work event featured a food truck, beverages and live music by “loud, well-intentioned local ad-bands� from Archer Malmo, Red Deluxe, Combustion and Sullivan Branding. AAF Memphis is a notfor-profit professional association dating back to 1948, and for more information on upcoming events, visit aafmemphis.org.

Brit McDaniel, Barry Wolverton, Justin Dobbs & Andrew Fleming

Liza Routh & Locke Isaacson

Michael Norris & Clare Freeman

Andrea Wiley, Ben Fant & Cynthia Saatkamp

Natalie LeDoux & Josh Tom

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James Beard Celebrity Chef Tour Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

The James Beard Celebrity Chef Tour is one of the finest culinary extravaganzas, and for the first time ever, the James Beard Foundation presented the feast at a zoo, with our Memphis Zoo being the host. Locally renowned chefs who participated included Kelly English, Michael Hudman and Andrew Ticer, Phillip Ashley Rix, and Oxford’s JBF Award Winner John Currence. To learn more about JBF programs and events, visit jamesbeard.org.

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Bryan & Betsy McKay, Jimmy Gentry, Alia Hogan, Eric Bailey & Candice Baxter

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Make-a-Wish Dinner Party Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

David and Bonnie Thornton hosted a dinner party, Live at the Thornton Garden, in their home and garden. The dinner event was the winning auction item at Dishes for Wishes and benefitted Make-A-Wish Mid-South. The Thornton’s gracious backyard was transformed into a magical, candlelit setting, and a delicious dinner was prepared by Chef Rick Farmer with wines paired from Cornerstone Cellars. For information on how you can support Make-A-Wish Mid-South, visit midsouth.wish.org.

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Woodland combines small class sizes, dedicated teachers, and personalized instruction to help grow your child’s success. Call 901-685-0976 to schedule a tour, or email admissions@woodlandschool.org. Admission Open House Thursday, November 12 at 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Middle School Preview Day (Grades 5th - 8th) Tuesday, December 1st at 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

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Memphis Music Hall of Fame 2015 Induction Ceremony Photography by James Wessels | @rockmemphislive.com

“I think that there are some people around the world that visit us here in Memphis and then they say that Memphis has a chip on its shoulder. In the famous words of Isaac Hayes – damn right. But see we don’t call it that. We call that real. We call that soul. … My favorite part about this city is we don’t apologize for who we are. That is what this city has taught me to be more than anything.”

Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake

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Charlie Rich, Jr.

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Keith Richards

DJ Paul & Mike Conley

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Carla Thomas, Elizabeth Montgomery, Addison Hare, Adam Hill, Mike Wilson, Daniel Russo, Reed Turchi

Melissa Dunn, James Brooks, Robert Gordan, Tim Prudhomme & Lori Aime

Barbara & Bruce Newman

Joyce Colyer & Laurie Montanaro

Bernadette Messina & Joe Griffith

Steve & Jeanie Conley and David & Jaye Fleischman

Dean & Rita Deyo with Sharon Gray

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Sandra & Johnny Phillips

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Maria Wedaman & Chad Fahrenkopf June 20, 2015 | Ceremony: St. Louis Catholic Church Reception: Memphis Botanic Garden | Photographer: Creation Studios | Florist: Holliday Flowers and Events, Inc. | Caterer: Wade and Company Catering | Wedding Planners: Social Butterflies | Wedding Gown: Low’s Bridal and Formal

Laura Phelan & Michael Black

Ashley Denbow & Jeremy Dowdy

June 13, 2015 | Ceremony: Christ United Methodist Church | Reception: Memphis Country Club | Photographer: Bethany Veach | Florist: Le Fleur | Caterer: Memphis Country Club Wedding Gown: Joan Pillow Bridal | Wedding Coordinator: Russell & Ruthie Events

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Reviewed by Kevin Dean, Executive Director, Literacy Mid-South In Mary McCoy’s debut young adult novel, Dead To Me, the author evokes the corrupt, scandalous, murky Los Angeles of classic noir films like Sunset Boulevard. McCoy capitalizes on the familiar archetypes that made these scandals so rich, from the convoluted stories of unscrupulous studio executives to the shady private eyes. In Dead to Me, a young woman finds her glamorous starlet sister beaten and in a coma in a hospital. The main character, Annie, is tenacious, and she decides to solve the mystery of her sister’s assault to ensure the attacker is put behind bars. She is soon caught in a tangled web of psychos and red herrings as she searches for a young runaway who was the only witness to the crime. Even though Dead to Me is a young adult novel, the book is a fantastic, easy read for anyone dazzled by Hollywood noir or the mysteries of Golden Age Hollywood. This is L.A. Confidential for the young adult crowd, and it’s a blast. The backstories, including the extravagant lifestyle of the main character’s parents, paint a portrait of excess and greed that could easily transcend time. This story could have easily been set in the present day, but half the fun is reading about a time when Pumpkin Spice lattes and cellphones weren’t the norm and DNA evidence couldn’t solve every crime. Today’s teenagers might not know Fatty Arbuckle or the Black Dahlia, but Dead to Me can serve as an instigator for a family movie night that includes more The Maltese Falcon and less Transformers. McCoy, a former Memphian, should be commended for creating a believable, strong female lead character in a young adult novel. The book is set in 1948, an era known for its exploitation of women in Hollywood, but Annie has the resilience and grit of a modern feminist character. Even compared to today’s YA characters like Bella Swan from Twilight, Annie’s motivations aren’t inspired by the played out love triangles. (Thank God!) Despite being so young, Annie is able to navigate a perilous world using her intellect, determination, and quick thinking. The book is filled with enough violence and mystery to keep a teenager hooked, but the real hook is that the main character ends up being such a great role model. Dead to Me is available at Booksellers at Laurelwood. You can find out more about Mary McCoy at www.mary-mccoy.com.

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Social Home Opening Celebration Social, a Shop for Gracious Living, has expanded to include another shop right next door with the opening of Social Home. The week-long celebration included special trunk shows, discounts, and a soiree. The happy hour gathering gave Social friends a chance to toast to their success, and of course, shop for beautiful home furnishings and accessories!

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Faith and Service High School Placement Test Saturday, December 5 | Register online at www.myiccs.org

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Hannah Walker & Lee Anderson Roper

Karen Carlisle & Kristin Budzak

ONE Night Gala Kickoff Luncheon This luncheon was a kick off to build excitement around the 2016 ONE Night Gala benefitting Regional One Health Foundation. At the luncheon the gala chairs, Alison Barton, Nikki McVean, Sally Pace & Susan Arney gave the group an overview of the event and how to help make the Gala a big success. The ONE Night Gala will be held Saturday, April 9, 2016 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center. For more information about the event and Foundation, visit regionalonehealthfoundation.org.

Nikki McVean, Sally Pace, Alison Barton, Susan Arney

Erica Coopwood, Jay Atkinson, Joy Bowen, Stacey Richards

Lee Ferguson, Randy Austin, Trevia Chatman

Debbie Smith, Henry Nixon, Preston Jefferson, Ellen Nixon


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Paragon Visits Hawkins Mill Elementary On Monday, October 5, Paragon Bank participated in its first visit of the year to Ms. Kimberley Martin’s third grade class at Hawkins Mill Elementary. The team taught the students about currency, and then played a game of bingo using coins. For their craft, the team made faux stain glass leaves from tissue paper. As always, Paragon brought school supplies, snacks and goody bags for the students.

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Chick-Fil-A 5K for Junior Achievement The 13th annual Chick-fil-A 5K was held in downtown Memphis. The event attracted more than 1,500 runners and raised enough funds to support Junior Achievement of Memphis and the Mid-South in reaching nearly 3,000 children with the organization’s in-school curriculum. Funds from the race will enable JA to go into more than 200 elementary school classrooms this academic year, teaching financial literacy to youth in the greater Memphis area. For more information, visit jamemphis.org.

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Bundtles of joy.

Come Alive Outside Design Challenge The 2015 Come Alive Outside Design Challenge was held recently with teams of Landscape, Architecture and Management students from Auburn University, Hinds Community College, Louisiana State University, and Mississippi State University. Top Memphis landscape contractor, Michael Hatcher and Associates hosted the students for the three-day collaborative design event that will culminate in the creation of an outdoor learning environment at Memphis Catholic Middle and High School. To learn more and follow the competition, visit comealiveoutside.com.

Michael Hatcher, Christine Donhardt, Bill Fox & Andy Paluch

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Martha Hill, James Wood & Beth Paluch

Jim Paluch, Michael Hatcher & Andy Paluch

Trezevant CEO Retirement Party On September 17, Trezevant residents, staff and friends gathered to celebrate the service and leadership of outgoing CEO John Webb with a retirement party in the senior community’s Performing Arts Center. During Webb’s near 15-year tenure, Trezevant underwent a $120 million renovation and expansion, more than doubling the size of the campus and its capacity. Trezevant is a continuing care retirement community in the heart of Memphis, located at 177 North Highland. For more information on Trezevant, call 901.515.2800 or visit www.trezevantmanor.org.

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Ann Bailey and Bettye Lee Drew

Rodgers and Nancy Menzies

John Webb with Sissy & Bill Long


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Wine on the River Festival The Inaugural Wine on the River Memphis World Tour Festival was held on a perfect October evening at the Mud Island River Park. Wines from various regions across the globe were featured as guests enjoyed the numerous samplings in a souvenir wine glass. A portion of the ticket proceeds from the evening benefitted Youth Villages. Youth Villages helps more than 23,000 children and families each year. For how you can help, visit youthvillages.org.

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Cassy Odom & Meredith Parker

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Pamela Webster & Ursula Jones

Jessie & Zack McAlexander

Memphis Symphony League Garden Party The Memphis Symphony League held a Garden Party at the Memphis Botanic Garden recently on a beautiful autumn afternoon. The al fresco lunch was catered by Just For Lunch, and guests enjoyed music by the MSO’s Woodwind Quartet. The 2015-16 season is underway with concerts at GPAC and the Cannon Center. Visit memphissymphony.org for the complete calendar listing and ticket information.

Laurence Welch, Julie Smith, Isabelle Welch & Lacey Hudman

Lacey Hudman, Lauren Shelly, Lura Turner & Darlene Winters

Rhonda Causie, Mary Lawrence Flinn & Jean de Frank

Eula Horrell, Honey Cannon, Alice Craddock, Pattie DePriest, Carole Pruett

It is true that the Rices wrote the book on divorce, but they could also write the book on how to be the best bosses in the world.

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Marmi Anniversary VIP Reception Marmi, your favorite shoe boutique in the Shops of Saddle Creek, hosted their 1st Anniversary VIP Reception event. 4Memphis Editor and Stylist Stephanie Beliles was on hand to talk about the latest in fall trends in shoes, boots, and fashions. Ten percent of the evening’s sales were donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital...like we needed another reason to buy new shoes at Marmi!

Felecia Actkinson, Ann Scalzo & Markel Morman

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Amy Beth Dudley & Marybeth Conley

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Carrie McCaghren & Lauren Boswell

DCA After Party for Creative Works Conference Photography by Fooloop On October 1, 350 creatives from Memphis and across the country gathered at Doug Carpenter & Associates, a full-service advertising agency on South Main, to celebrate the second annual Creative Works Conference. The “creative suite” trial featured aerial edibles by Simply Delicious Caterings, Memphis Made beer, vinyl records by DJ Daniel Mathis of Pressure Worlds, and ink/watercolor illustrations of Memphis landmarks by Tom Carlson.

Roy Wells, Jen Hood, & Bryan Rumfola

The Choose901 team

The associates: Doug Carpenter, Cara Greenstein, John David Dowdle, Mollie Baker, Andrea Wiley; Sara Studdard, Anita Wathen, Andria Brown

Allie Mounce, Clare Freeman, & Shannon Rhodes


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Metal Museum Repair Days Some of the best metalsmiths in the country were on hand for the annual Metal Museum Repair Days. The Museum grounds were free and open to the public during Repair Days with demonstrations, an iron pour, and Family Fun Tent. And of course, the best river view in town!

Meet Ella Myron Mall & Lisa Mallory

future lawyer

Class of 2021

equestrienne Hebrew scholar

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Sunday, November 15 - 2:00 p.m.

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Shaun Marsh, Maysey Craddock & Phoebe Lusk

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Signet, Inc. 2015 Product Showcase Signet, Inc., a nationally ranked promotional product company based in Memphis, recently hosted their 2015 Product Showcase at the Marriott Memphis East. This annual event provides an opportunity for Signet clients to see the newest and topselling products for innovative brand promotion.

Ginger Baker and Rebecca Lemons

Joel Crane and Bruce Watson

Cara Eshleman, Katie Smart, Elizabeth and David Tate

Karen Popple and Toni Prophitt

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Sissy’s Log Cabin Lagos Trunk Show Sissy’s Log Cabin in Laurelwood recently held a Trunk Show for the Lagos Fall Collection. Sissy’s hosted friends and fans of the Lagos line who previewed twelve new gorgeous collections of the iconic fine jewelry.

Kim Joyner, with Laney & Katie Sayle

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Platinum Jewelers

Allen & Lamar McCubbin

An Evening of Change More than 400 guests attended The RISE Foundation’s third annual gala, An Evening of Change at the Hilton Memphis. Guests enjoyed dinner, cocktails, live music and dancing, a fabulous silent auction. More than $100,000 was raised for RISE programs, which harness the power of financial literacy education to help transform the lives of low-income youth, adults and senior citizens. For more information on RISE, visit risememphis.org.

Maria Stewart & Joe Doss

Keith Turbett, Dana Pointer, David Lenoir & Kesha Whittaker

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Dana Pointer & Levi Pointer

Lauren Wilgenbusch, Lesli McCully & Crystal Spillyards


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Bona Fide Blues Festival The Memphis Blues Society hosted the first ever Bona Fide Blues Festival at Overton Square - and brought a blues festival back to the Memphis for the first time in over 30 years! The festival boasted 100% local musicians on several stages inside clubs and in the Courtyard, and a great showcase for all talent in the Blues City. To become a member of the Memphis Blues Society or learn more about their weekly open blues jams, visit memphisbluessociety.com.

Judy Beach & Marsha Hardin

Jonathan Harris & Stephanie Dyer

Meet Karmen

problem solver

Class of 2016 humorist

honor council rep

OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, November 15 - 2:00 p.m.

Middle and Upper School Prospective Parents (5th - 12th grade) www.stmarysschool.org | 901-537-1405 | All girls from age 2 through 12th grade.

Rich & Debbie Van Sickle

Emerging Memphis Designer Project Kick-Off Memphis Fashion Week kicked-off their Emerging Memphis Designer Project with a reception at the Midtown Eclectic Eye. The Eclectic Eye is showcasing one of the 17 EMDP designers each week as a preview for the 2016 Memphis Fashion Week. Follow along on social media using the hashtag #EMDPWeekly to see these stylish creations and get to know these talented designers.

David Waddell & Dr. Michael Weinberg

Lindy Faulkner, Lindsay Dotson & Jaime Yarbrough

Dara Branson with Meredith & Andrew Olinger

Tara Skelley & Abby Phillips

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Live at the Garden // Vin-a-Que // CooperYoung Festival // Clays for Kids // Binghampton Christian Academy // Covered Up Fashion...