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O U T TA K E S 18 B-52's & Boy George Live at the Garden 20 Girls on the Run Memphis Launch Event 21 Junior Achievement Wine Down 21 Children's Museum Membership Mixer 21 Lori James Grand Re-Opening 22 Butcher Board Festival 24 ARRIVE Hotel Groundbreaking 24 Pidgeon Estates 4th of July Parade 26 Gladys Knight Live at the Garden 28 Bastille Day Party 30 Shake Rattle and Roll: Elvis Art Show & Sale 32 Athleta Grand Opening 32 Orpheum Theatre Dinner on Stage 34 Mystery Train 30th Anniversary Celebration 38 South Main Association National Night Out 40 Courage Thru Cancer 58 Memphis Impact Indigo Shopping Party 58 First Friday on Broad Avenue

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Mempho Music Festival: Diego Winegardner

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4Fashion: Fall Fashion Trend Report The season is changing, and we have the best looks and styles for dressing the part.

61 4Culinary: Kickoff! Time to Tailgate

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Girls on the Run Memphis Launch Event

Girls on the Run, a nonprofit organization for girls in 3rd - 8th grade, launched here in Memphis this summer, and more than 100 guests attended the kick-off at Crosstown to learn about GOTR. The national program is in 200 cities, and its mission is to inspire girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind. Trained coaches lead small teams through our research-based curricula which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games.

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Crosstown Concourse

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Mark O. Ramirez

Brittany Nelson & CaCera Richmond

Lucy Pi & Allegra Lipman

Girls on the Run Board Members Meagan Nichols, Joanna Lipman, Jenny Koltnow, John Payne, Paula Jacobson, Joyce Johns & Ileanette Wilson

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Junior Achievement Wine Down

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Junior Achievement's Young Professionals Board recently hosted the first annual Wine Down for BizTown fundraiser at the nonprofit's downtown headquarters. Guests enjoyed blind wine tasting, a silent auction, food, and music, while supporting the nonprofit's educational programs that foster workforce readiness and financial literacy in K-12 students across the Mid-South. For more information on Junior Achievement, visit www.jamemphis.org.

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Children's Museum Membership Mixer The Children’s Museum of Memphis hosted an after-hours event exclusively for members only. The evening was a special way to say “thank you” to the membership for being part of the CMOM family. The fun-filled evening included limbo games and a bubble station at the Splash Park, a scavenger hunt, lei station, photo op station, face painting and complimentary cake. If you need another reason to join CMOM - this just might be it!

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Butcher Board Festival

The inaugural Butcher Board Festival was held at The South Main Market in the South Main Arts District. This first-ever event was a real treat for guests as they tasted their way through local meats, accompaniments such as pickled items, fruit, sweets and cheeses - all paired with wine, beer and cider.

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July 22, 2018

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ARRIVE Hotel Groundbreaking

California-based hotel group ARRIVE broke ground in the South Main District of Memphis. With properties developing in Austin, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and Wilmington, the Memphis location marks the 5th location with its opening coming in summer of 2019. Walker & Associates hosted the event with speakers including Mayor Jim Strickland, Jennifer Oswalt of the DMC, Phil Trenary of the Greater Memphis Chamber and the ARRIVE partners, Chris Pardo and Matt Steinberg.

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July 20, 2018

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Gabriel Velasquez Rodriguez, Dana Gabrion, Bill Myers, Kate Hackett

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Arrive Partners Chris Pardo & Matt Steinberg

Bailey Biggers, Erika Smith & Alex Shansky

Ceil Walker & Mayor Jim Strickland

Chamber President Phil Trenary

Montgomery Martin

Chris Pardo, Cecilia Lona Walker & Matt Steinberg

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Pidgeon Estates 4th of July Parade

The 27th annual Pidgeon Estates Community parade was held on the morning of July 4th at 10 am. Neighbors, family, and friends along with the community and dignitaries were there to enjoy freedom, liberty and justice for all! Music, food, and water for the kids made this yearly event another success. Parade founder and organizer Lou Martin along with Steve Guinn look forward to many more years of festivities! The Bartlett Community Concert Band provided patriotic music for the neighbors gathered.

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July 4, 2018

Pidgeon Estates

Maddison E. Wilson

Campbell Crosby & Morgan Weiner

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Bob Flowers

Pidgeon Estates Queen Mary Ashley Bateman

Charlie & Elizabeth Pittard

Chief Meteorologist Ron Childers


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July 28, 2018

Memphis Botanic Garden

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Ann Marie & Stephen Hall, Christa Allen, Charlotte & Mike Henderson, Ruth & Fred Towler

Christy & Brandon Colom with Julie Clark

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Kathy Carruthers & Laurie Hughes

Julie Clark with Dr. Anne Utley

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Lee & Gayla Hidinger, Cooper & Mona Sandusky, Debbie & Steve Gadd, Laurie & Chuck Keltner

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Bastille Day Party

Joy and Larry Rice host a Bastille Day party annually at their beautiful Midtown home. The festive event benefited the International Children’s Heart Fund and the Exchange Club Family Center. Viva la France!

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July 14, 2018

The Home of Joy & Larry Rice

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Johnny McDaniel, Billy Holifield & Larry Rice

Sherry Simmons, Dorrie Minor & Soheila Kail

Larry, Melanie & Mitchell Vaughn Frances Dahlin, Marion Oliver, Vicki Jamieson & Elise Barassi

Richard DeSaussure III with Soheila & Danny Kail

Hon. Mary Wagner, Deborah Smith & Tom Owen

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Bobby & Sherry Simmons

Joy & Larry Rice

Hon. Janice Holder, Hon. Valerie Smith, David Wittman & Bratt Thompson

Hon. Mark Ward, Hon. Jennifer Nichols & Hon. John Campbell

Chelsea & Richard Knox

Robert Hill Jr., Robert Hill, Hon. Betty & Alvin Moore with Zachery Hill

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Terri Lee Freeman President, National Civil Rights Museum

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Chairman, GMSD Board of Education, Position 2

Ursula Madden

Chief Communications Officer, City of Memphis

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Shake Rattle and Roll: Elvis Art Show & Sale

L Ross Gallery celebrated “Elvis month” with an exhibition of contemporary southern artists titled "Shake, Rattle and Roll." The opening reception was a festive celebration in honor of all the artists, with music provided by Memphis’ DJ Leroy.

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August 3, 2018

L Ross Gallery

lrossgallery.com

Mark O. Ramirez

Judy Ross & Linda Ross

Sloane Bibb & Judy Vandergrift

Annette Poole, Darlene White & Judy Vandergrift

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Matthew Hasty & Kallen Esperian

Camille & Stephanie King

Lacie Cook & Sara Patterson

Bonnie & David Thornton

Verity Goodell & Jason Lee

Gracie, Beth & Richard Hussey


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Athleta Grand Opening

The much-anticipated opening of Athleta at Saddle Creek in Germantown was marked with a festive celebration. Athleta offers women’s athletic wear, and the city is glad to have this wonderful shop!

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Shops of Saddle Creek

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Ashley Channels, Jessie Williams & Emily Edwards

Ebony Crawford with Jennifer & Grace Sorin

Sarah Buffo & Missy Fehlman

Windy, Wesley, Brooks & Kirby May

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Orpheum Theatre Dinner on Stage

The Orpheum Theatre presented the Dinner on Stage event, and guests were treated to a spectacular evening. The evening got started with aperitifs at the Halloran Centre before moving next door for a delicious dinner on the iconic stage. Be sure to mark your calendar for the Orpheum’s Soiree in the Spotlight gala on November 10 - it’s another great evening to support this grande dame of Memphis theatre!

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July 26, 2018

The Orpheum Memphis

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Mark O. Ramirez

Brett & Veronica Batterson

Kimberly & Catherine Coryat

Pat, D'Ann, Jan & Chip Averwater

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Zack Orsborn, Kristen Bennett with Fabiola & Edgar Granda

Catharine Ward, Sara Ward, Marlene Deal, Marilu Davis, Ruth Weaver, Linda Deane & Linda Monroe

Shasta Blue, Ron Jewell & Leanne McQuown


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Mystery Train 30th Anniversary Celebration

The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission hosted a 30th Anniversary Celebration of the principal photography of Mystery Train. The cast and crew gathered at the Arcade, one of the prominent shoot locations in the movie, to celebrate this cult movie classic made in Memphis.

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August 4, 2018

The Arcade Restaurant

filmmemphis.org

Mark O. Ramirez

Jeremiah, Boo & Uriah Mitchell

Jeff Zepatos, Kevin Kane with Karen & Harry Zepatos

Lauren Berry, Meredith Soupios & Patti Berry

Dr. Susan Murrmann, Rodney Polk & Sally Wilbourn

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Matteo Servente, May Todd, Joseph Carr, Mica Jordan & Josh Cannon

Kristin Jones, Nancy Kate Ryder, Christiana & Joe Leibovich with Linda Jones

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Linda Granell & David White

Rebecca Dinstuhl, Alonzo Woods, Doris Lyles & Charles Rafael

Sherman Williams, Mike Berry & Pat Stubbs


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South Main Association National Night Out

South Main Association hosted a National Night Out gathering at The South Main Market. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. It occurs in all 50 states on the first Tuesday night in August, and in Memphis over a dozen local neighborhoods participated.

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August 7, 2018

The South Main Market

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Mark O. Ramirez

Sophia, Chelsea, Jessica, Kennedy, Isabelle & Craig Schuring

Linda, James & Julie Gattas

Anisa Lacey, Katyana Dandridge & Paul Thomas

Philip Gatttas & Mary Ashton Taylor

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Sophie Duffel & Terry Lynch with Penelope Huston

Cedric Boyd & Lydia Perry

Audra Lanehart, Lia Roemer & Irah Gates

Karen Wimberly & Lauren Browning

Anisa Lacey & Veronica Garner

Jeff & Beth Elzemeyer with Anne Wesberry

Nikki Taylor, James Gardner & Debbie Edge

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Courage Thru Cancer

Courage Thru Cancer, an annual event to help champion the cause of the human spirit during cancer treatments, recently held their kick-off party to introduce the 2018 Courage Thru Cancer Honorees. The 4th annual event will be held November 9 at Minglewood Hall and is sure to be a fantastic evening.

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August 9, 2018

Brass Door Irish Pub

couragethrucancer.com

Mark O. Ramirez

The Courage Thru Cancer Honorees

Seamus Loftus, Ted Evanoff & Demitrie Phillips

Bruce Hopkins, Kim Watts & John T. Fisher

Mark Anderson, Jennifer & Paul Chandler with Paula Davis

Madelyn Gray & Stephanie Simpson

Shannon Record, Heather Edgeworth & Susanne Crain

Lisa Putman, Janie Sims & Jane Ezzell

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Courtney Neal, Sonja Dowdy, Jayde Gordan, Kini Watts & Kristy Pelt

Joy Gattas & Steve Gilmore


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Mempho Music Festival: Diego Winegardner ShowcaseS His Hometown

By Sandi Butler Hughes Photography courtesy of Mempho Music Festival

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emphis music and Shelby Farms Park are two incredibly unique assets for the Bluff City. When you pair the two, you have the foundation for an outstanding opportunity - and so began the Mempho Music Festival. Diego Winegardner, founder of Mempho, grew up in Memphis, and traces his love of music and the inspiration for Mempho back to his Memphis roots.

“Growing up in Memphis and being immersed in the music culture here, growing up seeing B.B. King on Beale Street, left an indelible mark on me and also my view of the world. In particular, it taught me a lot about music and Memphis’ place in American music history,” Diego said. It had been several years since he had returned to his hometown, until a couple of years ago. He reconnected with high school friends who took him for a bike ride on the Greenline. That bike ride resulted in a “lightning bolt moment” when he looked out over Shelby Farms Park. “I

tremendous job in building what I think will be a perpetual asset for the city of Memphis and big draw for people all over the country. It’s a real model for how an urban park in America can have a dramatic impact on this community. I find Shelby Farms to be utterly the nicest urban park in America, and a tremendous asset for the city.” As a music fan, Diego has attended 1000s of live concerts, including all of the major festivals in the United States and internationally. He got to know some of the large promoters through his work in finance in New York, and he began learning how the music festival business model works. Mempho is his first foray into the business he had previously enjoyed as a hobby. In year two, the festival is growing and evolving, and this year’s offerings build on the success of the inaugural event. A blend of nature, music, food, and art, Mempho promises something for everyone. For the first time ever, Shelby Farms is allowing large-scale camping with 400 sites available. Festival goers will be allowed to exit and re-enter so they have the chance the enjoy the regular Shelby Farms’ amenities

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such as horseback riding, kayaking and ziplining, plus exclusive Mempho experiences on the festival grounds. Visual art installations will be placed throughout the festival grounds, an interactive dome with DJs, after-party, supergroup performances, and other surprises. The lineup features a mix of contemporary artists and Memphis music greats. Royal Studios will be honored for 2018, and with that comes a tribute with performances from William Bell, Bobby Rush, Project Pat, Frayser Boy and the Hi Rhythm Section. Mempho is also presenting a very rare performance by Chuck Leavell and Stones Throw. Chuck is the keyboard player and musical director for the Rolling Stones, and has assembled the entire Stones backup band and singers to perform in this extraordinary set at Mempho. The second stage this year is sponsored by Hard Rock International and will be almost as large as the main stage last year. VIP ticket holders will be treated to exclusive performances by the festival artists in addition to special VIP amenities. Attention to detail for all festival goers, whether general admission or VIP, is important to the overall festival experience, and those details include free water, clean restrooms, plenty

of food and drink vendors, and shady areas. “A lot of things have to line up to get it right, but when I think about the most successful music festivals around the country, it starts first and foremost with location. Check that box with Shelby Farms Park,” he said. Keeping the park in pristine condition is also important, including waste management and recycling, and they are proud to announce that the festival is straw-free certified. “We want to make sure we leave the park just as we received it. ‘Leave no footprints behind,’ is an important component to us” Diego said. Last year over 80% of the waste was diverted, with the goal being 100% as the festival continues. While the inspiration began with a premiere location, Diego also envisions a “higher calling” associated with Mempho and for it to be more than simply music on a stage. “For me, being a passionate defender of Memphis wherever I am, I felt there was a unique opportunity to retell the Memphis music history story. I felt there was a real opportunity to bring some of that energy and spirit back to the city, to highlight the rich, incredible history across so many genres with Memphis as the birthplace of blues, soul, and rock-and-roll.” He sees Mempho as a catalyst for young people and others interested in the music industry to move here or to stay here rather than heading to Nashville or Austin. “Memphis is a super-affordable city, and if you’re starting out in your career, cost of living is always a factor of where you move; but also opportunity for people who are interested in the music industry.” Another part of the Mempho higher calling is the non-profit Mempho Matters, and last year a pilot program, “Learn to Rock” was launched. The goal of the program is to build bridges into the Memphis community, in particular music students and teachers in the Shelby County School system. It is an opportunity for kids and teachers to receive tickets to Mempho, and almost 2,000 were given away last year. Eventually, the non-profit will replenish music instruments in local schools and to create afterschool music programs. “If we could launch the career of the next Aretha Franklin or Al Green, that would be something,” Diego hopes. Mempho Music Festival is a weekend of great music in a beautiful setting, courtesy of Diego Winegardner and his heart for his hometown. Mempho Music Festival will be held October 6-7, over Columbus Day weekend. Special tickets offers are available for students, teachers, and military families. Ticket prices increase on September 28. For more information, visit memphofest.com.


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Success ! By Lesley Harris Colvett Photos courtesy of IKEA

The kids are back in school, and that means study habits and organization are on our minds. Growing up, I always had a desk in my bedroom that was dedicated to homework and studying. (This same theory may be applied to adult desks at home - work-from-home jobs and even paying bills.) Carol Smith, Loyalty Manager– IKEA Memphis, offers her expert advice on creating this important space. “We all want each school year to be the best that it can be for our children, and the beginning of the new school year offers the opportunity for a fresh start,” Carol says. “With a little organization, you can make this the best school year ever.” “Having a designated study space goes a long way in creating good study habits. Creating a space that’s just for schoolwork helps the student get into ‘study mode’, and makes the transition from relaxation to work that much easier. Make the space appealing and positive…and appropriate to the size of the student! Desks and chairs for study should be to scale, and take into account the age of the user,” Carol states. As for scale, the person using the chair should be able to sit comfortably with both feet flat on the floor. For smaller children, a chair such as Molte ($14.99) has five different height adjustments and a fixed, non-rolling base. For older children, the rolling Snille desk chair ($19.99) is scaled for children, and easy to clean. When it comes to desks, Carol says the dream is the clean, clutter free desk! “A good habit to start is to ‘clear and reset’ the desk when work is done…store away all papers, books, pens and pencils, and clear the desk for a fresh start the next day. IKEA offers the Micke series (starting at $49.99), which features drawers and covered storage to hide all of the clutter, and Summera drawer organizers keep the pens, pencils, and paper clips tidy. Pair the Micke desk with the Micke add-on unit, and the built-in white board/magnet board allows the student to keep a running list of all of the projects due.” For the smallest students, the Påhl desk is the perfect choice. Påhl desk is height-adjustable, and can “grow” as the student does! The colors are fun, and the size is just right. For older students, the Linnmon table top series is a compact and simple solution, and is easily customized with Adils leg series. Both table tops and legs come in different colors, so it’s easy to mix-and-match for color choices that’ll work with any décor. Carol advises that for older students, or anyone sitting longer to study or work, there are other considerations when it comes to choosing a chair. Lumbar support and armrests help keep and maintain good posture…particularly when one is seated for longer periods of time. For an older student, a chair like Renberget ($49.99) is a good choice that offers the ergonomic features needed. Accessories play a big role as well. Magazine files can keep all of those papers and precious drawings neat and tidy, and the Tjena storage box series makes it easy to hide clutter. Add a recycling bin for paper and you’ve got a complete work area, ready to use! Carol points out that “It’s never too early to start good study habits…whether you’re sending your little one off to kindergarten or off to college!"

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Fall Fashion heralds change and Memphis retailers are ready for it. There’s so much to be giddy about right now with modern influences, new shapes and silhouettes, and colors rarely seen this time of year. There’s also lots of pattern play, shades of black, and a super strong feminism that makes pulling off these new trends anything but shy. The new woman is just that--a woman. She is confident, radiant, aware and the styles that she engulfs herself in bring out the strength and beauty that truly comes from within. It’s an exciting time to be a gal right now with so much positive change in the air. Watch out world, the future is female and fashion is ready to play.

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GROWN-UP GLAM Life is not a dress rehearsal, so always put your best foot forward and make that impeccable first impression. Iridescent jacket and pants, top, platforms with tiger head, stars clutch; all from Joseph in Laurelwood. Hoops, model’s own.


SPECTACLED LADY Boys don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses…. but women don’t care either way. Eyewear has really become stylish and rightfully so. This accessory can parlay your personality and is even complementary with a fantastic, vegan leather blazer and sequined tuxedo pants. It even stands firm with a knock out necklace. Eye glasses from SEE Eyewear in The Shops of Saddle Creek. Blazer and pants from Betty Hays Boutique. Necklace by Allie Rox and ring, both from Hollie Winter Fine Jewelry.

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SHE’S THE BOSS The jacket also makes an appearance in cocktail situations. Here, there is structure without being severe. Femininity is quietly strong and elegant. Cocktail jacket and tank from Coming Attractions. Diamond earrings from Hollie Winter Fine Jewelry. Repurposed Chanel necklace from A. Shaw Style.

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SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST The fitted jacket is pushing through lots of seasons of flowy trends. Today’s blazer is very tailored and is the best way to add an instant update to any wardrobe. Don’t be afraid to pair plaids with florals-this is the modern mix. Plaid trench jacket, floral blouse, rose-colored denim, and copper cuffs; all from Southern Muse. Necklace by Brave Design and hat; both from Oak Hall. Ring from Hollie Winter Fine Jewelry.

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UNEXPECTED COLOR COMBOS Instead of wearing all black, try lightening it up with fresh colors straight from the Fall forecast. Here, black is paired with aubergine and pewter for a look that’s eye-opening and confident. Wrap top from Sorelle Boutique. Stretch leather pants from Oak Hall. Pearl and metal necklaces (two) layered together by Allie Rox from Hollie Winter Fine Jewelry. Pewter boots from Joseph in Laurelwood. Vintage aubergine leather gloves, stylist’s own.

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FAUX FUR... FUR REAL? Yes, for real. It’s time. The faux varieties look and feel really good and are cruel-free. Faux shearling vest from Southern Muse. Mustard knit maxi dress and metal mesh bandana worn around neck, both from Oak Hall. Eyeglasses from SEE Eyewear in The Shops of Saddle Creek. Vintage clip earrings stylist’s own. Pewter metallic boots from Joseph in Laurelwood. Fashion Tip: metallics are actually neutral when it comes to this Fall color palette. A great investment in boots this season should be in your favorite heavy metal color. September 2018

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PRINT-CESS CHARMING Mixing prints can be tricky. Make sure to complement colors and balance scale for guaranteed success. Patterned blazer, pleated wool skirt, and scarf tied as a blouse; all from Kittie Kyle. Vintage clip earrings, stylist’s own. Ring from Hollie Winter Fine Jewelry. Fashion Tip: believe it or not, sheer hose are coming back and lightens things up in a very balanced way.

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LADIES FROM THE '80S The decade that gave us Madonna and Miami Vice pops up again with its signature patterns and colors. Windowpane plaid pants, turquoise ribbon tie top; both from Lori James. Metallic ball earrings from Kittie Kyle. Metallic boots from Joseph in Laurelwood.

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The beauty of origami will be boldly displayed at the Memphis Botanic Garden as a part of the Origami in the Garden travelling exhibit. Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures, and this exhibit, Origami at the Garden2, is presented by International Paper, Speer Charitable Trust, Goldsmith Family Foundation, and Belz Family Foundation. Seventeen outdoor sculptures and 3 indoor unfolded-cast wall hangings will be displayed throughout the 31 specialty gardens. This collection was created by American artists Kevin and Jennifer Box. The exhibition features Box’s own compositions as well as collaborations with world-renowned origami artists Te Jui Fu, Beth Johnson, Michael G. LaFosse and Robert Lang. Beginning September 21, 2018 until March 24, 2019, metal works will be showcased throughout the Botanic Garden, sparking creativity and unfolding imagination. According to the Memphis Botanic Garden, all pieces will be placed throughout the garden’s 96 acres and will provide ample opportunities for guests to ponder origami’s simple messages and learn its history through interpretive signage, hands-on demonstrations and lectures Children will be able to delight in the wonder of origami and have the opportunity to view this art and participate in an ageappropriate curriculum on Asian culture & arts as well as tie-ins to their schools STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) studies.

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Memphis Impact Indigo Shopping Party

Memphis Impact hosted a back-to-school shopping party at Indigo in the Shops at Saddle Creek this month, featuring Ben & Jerry's and live music by Natalie Hall and Macy Williams. Memphis Impact partners with local retailers to encourage shoppers to support local Midsouth stores.

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First Friday on Broad Avenue

On the first Friday of each month, the Broad Avenue Arts District hosts an open-late, stroll-and-shop event. In August, they presented a Scavenger Hunt with clues at participating shops from Wiseacre Brewing Company on one end of the district to A. Shaw Style on the other. Be sure to check out the Sidewalk Sale on First Friday, September 7, for lots of great, artsy finds!

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a winning tailgate Let’s be honest, a big part of a great football season is the tailgate! From Tigers to UT and all stadiums in between, the team at Social: A Shop for Gracious Living has everything you need to score a win! Photography by Mark O. Ramirez Special thanks to Peter Huggins and Tate Wilson

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1. Juliska Quinta Cork Natural Cork Centerpiece Bowl/Party Bucket $395. Lightweight, stylish and perfectly practical for holding your favorite ice-cold beverage to chips and more! Proven to make a statement upon every occasion! 2. Yeti 64oz. Rambler $69. Mix up your favorite cocktail (mimosas, bloody marys, you name it!) and take it pre-made and ready to serve. 3. Q-Squared Melamine Serving Platters & Chip and Dip $26-$62. These beautifully crafted 100% Melamine serveware are perfect for all of your tailgating needs. BPA free and food safe, chip resistant, and dishwasher safe. With the look of ceramic, these pieces will be the hit at every indoor and outdoor get together! 4. Europe2you Rustic Serving Tray $72. These unique, reclaimed wood serving trays are ideal for all of your football entertaining needs. Not only can you prepare your food on it, it’s the perfect piece to add a little rustic charm when serving up your favorite tailgating spread. 5. GoVino Wine Glasses. Shatterproof and reusable, need we say more? Must have for any occasion! 6. Hester & Cook Touchdown Runner and Football Placemats $26-$29. The Die-Cut Football Placemat and Touchdown Runner are a great addition to your next football-themed party or tailgate. Get in the spirit while dressing up your tablescape. 7. Natalie Chang Cups & Napkins $8-$10. Choose your favorite school team and enjoy cheering your team on in style with the spirited Styrofoam cups and napkins from one of our favorite local Memphians! 8. Flo’s Favorites $11-$13. What would a tailgate be without great food? From Bread & Butter Pickles to Chow Chow, local Memphian Felicia Suzanne’s delectable items will have you coming back for more. One of our favorites is placing a dollop of Flo’s Pepper Jelly on easy-to-make pimento cheese tarts, for the ultimate easy appetizer! 9. Debutante Farmer Bloody Mary Mix $15. We have all seen The Debutante Farmer, Elizabeth Heiskell, on The Today Show, whipping up her favorite meals, but now you can bring a little piece of Mississippi home with you. A bloody mary fit for a debutante or gentleman. Made with beautiful tomatoes and bushels of love in the heart of the South. September 2018

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4Memphis culinary partners share some traditional favorites and new twists for delicious tailgating this football season! Photography by Mark O. Ramirez

Lucchesi’s Ravioli & Pasta Shop Antipasto Tray

Prosciutto, Volpi salami, mortadella, sliced Assorted marinated olives Pepperoncinis Roasted red peppers Marinated olives: 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon lemon zest 1/2 teaspoon dried crushed red pepper flakes 3 cups cracked green olives 2 tablespoon fresh basil leaves, chopped Stir the oil, lemon zest, and red pepper flakes in a heavy, small skillet over medium heat just until fragrant, about 1 minute. Remove from the heat. Add the olives and toss to coat. Add the basil; toss to coat and serve. Arrange the deli meats, olives, and peppers on a large platter. If you prefer, substitute other meats such as spicy capocollo or bresaola. Also can be served with assorted cheeses such as parmigiano-reggiano, provolone or cheddar and sliced focaccia bread.

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Kooky Canuck Venison Poppers

1 pound ground venison 5 jalapeno peppers Maple syrup 10 bacon slices Brown venison meat; half jalapeno peppers lengthwise and remove seeds. Stuff peppers with venison and wrap with bacon. Bake for 15 minutes or until bacon is crispy. When removed from oven, drizzle with maple syrup.

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Southern Style Pimento Cheese 2 cups sharp cheddar, shredded 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 jalapeno, seeded and diced 4 ounces roasted red bell pepper, chopped (about a quarter cup) 1/4 teaspoon cayenne 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/2 teaspoon salt Mix all ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Let set in refrigerator for at least one hour. This is a simple and delicious southern tradition - just like SEC football! Can be made ahead of time and perfect for tailgating.

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Prosciutto Lavash Pickled mustard seeds

Alligator meat Shrimp (peeled & deveined) Crawfish tails Corn flour & blackening seasoning Egg wash

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Pickled mustard seeds: 350g champagne vinegar 150g water 100g sugar 11g salt 200g yellow mustard seeds Mix vinegar, water, sugar, and salt until dissolved. Bring to a boil and add in seeds. Remove from heat and preserve seeds. Let set overnight. Place prosciutto, lavash (soft, thin unleavened flatbread), and pickled mustard seeds on a platter to serve. Be creative in your presentation for extra impact!

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Wash the alligator meat, shrimp and crawfish tails in the egg wash, then follow with the corn flour and blackening seasoning mix, then fry. Cajun Creole Sauce: 1 cup sweet Thai chili sauce ½ cup garlic sauce ¼ cup mayonnaise Combine the chili and garlic sauce with mayonnaise. Toss the protein in the sauce and serve on a bed of lettuce.

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Dip & Crunch: Guacamole, Salsa & Black Bean Hummus with Tortilla Chips Guacamole · 2 avocados, peeled, stones removed and chopped · 1 small red onion, finely chopped · 1 clove garlic, minced · 1 ripe tomato, chopped · 1 lime, juiced Mash avocados (chunky or smooth depending on your preference), add onion, garlic, tomato and lime juice then salt and pepper to taste. Salsa · 1 clove of garlic, very finely chopped · 1 medium onion, very finely chopped · 3 large tomatoes, very finely chopped (use canned tomatoes when fresh tomatoes are out of season) · 1 lime, juiced · 1 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro · 1/2 teaspoon chili powder · 3 pinches of salt and pepper · 1/2 teaspoon cumin Mix together and allow to marinate for at least 30 minutes before serving. Black Bean Hummus · · · · · · · · ·

1 15 oz can black beans, rinsed and drained ¼ cup fresh cilantro, chopped 1 tablespoon olive oil ¼ cup lime juice 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded 4 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon cumin ¼ teaspoon paprika ¼ teaspoon chili powder

Mix in food processor or blender to a smooth texture then salt and pepper to taste. Let sit for at least 30 minutes before serving. Serve all with your favorite tortilla chips.

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Salud!

At Whole Foods, Poplar Avenue

Loaded Potato Dip with Pigskin Smashers 3 pounds baby or fingerling potatoes 1 teaspoon salt, plus more for cooking the potatoes ¾ teaspoon garlic powder Olive oil, as needed 6 slices bacon, cut into lardons 4 green onions, thinly sliced on the bias, greens and white parts divided 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 16 ounces sour cream 8 ounces block sharp cheddar cheese, shredded Cracked black pepper, to taste Place the potatoes in a large pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil and season with salt; reduce heat to a simmer and cook until fork tender but not mushy, about 15-20 minutes depending on the size of the potatoes. Mix together the salt and garlic powder in a small bowl and set aside. While the potatoes cook, make the dip: in a large fry pan over medium-low heat, cook the bacon until crisp, reserving 1 spoonful for garnish. Remove with a slotted spoon and dry on paper towels; pour off all bacon fat into a bowl. In the same skillet, add 1 tablespoon of the bacon fat back to the pan. Add the white parts of the green onion and cook until softened and lightly caramelized; add to the cooked bacon to cool slightly. In a medium bowl, whip the cream cheese until fluffy with a hand mixer, scraping down the bowl as necessary. Add in the sour cream and whip until smooth. Fold in the shredded cheddar and green onions (reserving some for garnish), and the cooked bacon and onions, seasoning to taste with cracked black pepper. Garnish with reserved cheddar, bacon and onions; refrigerate until ready to serve. To finish the potatoes, remove the potatoes from the water and carefully dry with a kitchen towel. Using a glass or dry measuring cup, gently press down on each potato, flattening out to a disc, ¼ inch thick. To the skillet where you cooked the bacon, add 1-2 teaspoon of bacon fat along with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and heat over medium high heat. Place the potato rounds in the skillet, taking care to not overcrowd the pan, and cook until browned and crispy on both sides, about 2 minutes per side. Remove and place on paper towels to drain, immediately seasoning with the garlic/salt mixture and cracked black pepper. Continue with remaining potatoes – it’s okay if you run out of bacon fat, just use olive oil as needed. Serve potatoes warm, room temp or cold with the prepared dip. For a crunchy twist, mix in some ruffled potato chips with the smashed potatoes!


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Silver vegan leather jacket, cotton linen blend top with matching cropped pant, all from Kittie Kyle. Louis Vuitton re-purposed lock and key...

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