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35th International Blues Challenge

The Blues Foundation kicked off the 35th International Blues Challenge with the International Showcase. The dizzying array of the amazing artists from across the globe were the perfect way to start the weeklong competition on Beale Street. Congratulations to all the winners! Make plans now to attend the Blues Foundation’s 40th Blues Music Awards on May 9th at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.

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Incognito Art Soiree & Silent Auction

The Incognito Art Gala is one of the most surprising events for art lovers: guests bid on original works of art without knowing who created it! The finest Mid-South artists created 100 pieces that were sold unsigned and “incognito.” All the proceeds benefit MBG’s outreach and education programs that bring nature and environmental education to 40,000 children annually.

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Sink Into a Dream: Olga King & Savannah White Art Exhibition

Local artists Olga King and Savannah White recently united in a duo art show. Olga brings world views to her paintings which vary between representational still life and ethereal personas, while Savannah’s paintings are particularly influenced by travel from Europe to the Far East, Milan to Mt. Fuji. The exhibition was produced and curated by Ken Hall, and was a wonderful display of creativity and talent from these local artists.

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Darla Linerode-Henson, Christie Johns & Sandra Spragins

Norma Wilson, Olga King & Vance Willey

Savannah White, Ken Hall & Olga King

Kimberly Douglas, Cindy McBrayer & Barbara Christian

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Lewis Harrison, Steve McHugh, Jesse Lomax & Madelyn Gray

Ali Boone & Savannah White

Leigh Butler & Nancy Barry

Rachel McNeill, Tiffany Adkins & Savannah White

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Bill Flannery, Savannah White, Rachel McNeill, Tiffany Adkins & Aimee Michelle


Memphis: 200 Years of Heart & Soul Book Signing Memphis: 200 Years of Heart & Soul, written by Kevin Kane, President and CEO of the Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau, and local writer Samantha Crespo, with an introduction by Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, is a celebration of the Bluff City’s bicentennial. The evening included a wine reception and discussion of this gorgeous coffee table book.

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Memphi Mid-Winter Ball

The Carnival Memphis season of 2019 has kicked off, and The Mystic Society of the Memphi hosted their Mid-Winter Ball to announce the Dukes and Duchesses representing their court. At an elegant, black-tie seated dinner, the court was announced. Members of the Memphi celebrated this momentous occasion and look forward to a festive Carnival season.

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Vicki McCullough, Ginger Collier, Patty Welch & Judy Gauthier

Lisa & Ken Roberts

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Melissa & Joel Kimbrough with Karen & Kirk Johnston

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Vive le Brooks!

Guests were introduced to the Vive le Brooks! events, the newly rebranded version of Memphis Food + Wine Series. The new series is the premier fundraising events for the Brooks Museum of Art. The series kicks off March 28th, continues with three events in May, and concludes with Vive le Que! in the fall. Don't miss these wonderful events to support the Brooks educational and community-outreach programs.

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Brooks Museum

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Elizabeth Dickson, Kaitlin Kerns & Courtney Smith

Galen & Debi Havner

R.D. & Vicki Singh

Natalie Wasson, Danielle Bradley, Tatiana Godebski, Halle McGehee & Mandy Bradley

Bryan & Sophie Duffel

Terry Gorman & Jennifer Biggs

David & Bonnie Thornton with Ryan & Grace Skertich

Kendall & Jason Maykowski

Faith Pool, Hannah Cole & Kaitlin Pittman

Austin Easley, Kristina Ogden, Gracie Genning, Ashley Shepard & Tyler McClendon

Keith Tonkin & Lindsey Hedgepeth

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Association of Women Attorney's Annual Banquet

The 39th Annual Banquet hosted by the Association for Women Attorneys, Memphis Chapter, was a lovely evening of food, fellowship and festivities. A highlight of the evening was honoring Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg, the 2019 Marion Griffin-Frances Loring Award Recipient.The AWA was founded in 1979, and has grown in strength and numbers and service to each other in the membership and to the public.

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Cindy Ettingoff, Danielle Schonbaum, Lisa Moore & Andrea Baird

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Susan Hinsley, Libba Fyke, Tiffany Bowders, Sheldon McCall & Hon. Mary Wagner

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Fire & Ice Polar Bear Plunge & Chili Cook Off

Memphians braved the cold winter waters of the Mighty Mississippi during the Polar Bear Plunge, and those who wanted to showcase their delicious chili participated in the Chili Cook Off! The “Bluff City Fire and Ice� event was a day full of festivities for all ages, and benefited Special Olympics Greater Memphis.

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Mud Island River Park

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Sam Johnson with Lisa Taylor & Sloane Taylor

Mike Miller & Mike Goughnour

Willis Dorothy & Darnel Alexander

Angie Brasfield, Sean & Lisa Cline with Anita & Seth Herren

Julie Miller & Jay Cooley Avery & Doretha Cain

Brett Perry, Eric Hagerman, Felipe Zuniga & Holly Hagerman Lauren Woods & Mills Polatty

Pam Jones & Pat Payne

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Heath Harrison, Andrea Oaks, Michael Dyer & Vicki Taylor

Samuel Lopez & Maria Fuenmayor


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The West Institute Gala

Guests attending the West Institute Gala were treated to a fabulous evening of dinner, dancing and a private concert by Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth. Proceeds from the lovely evening will benefit the UT West Institute for Cancer Research and fund their commitment to adult cancer research and supportive care services.

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The Guest House at Graceland

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Eliot Morris with Drs. Purvisha & Dharmesh Patel

Katherine & Hank Gray

Teresa Douglas with Hanan & Jasmine Zaki

William & Jordan Walker

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Steve Wishnia, Anne Halloran with Jack & Leighanne Soden

Parke & Joe Kennedy

Jenny Vergos, Karen Carlisle, Johnny & Kim Pitts, Kathy Mooney & Susan Arney

Rick Mansfield, Joe Boyd & Jason Gottwals

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Make-A-Wish Mid South Wine for Wishes

Hosted by the Make-A-Wish Mid South’s Associate Board, a group of Memphis-based young professionals who have committed to the organization’s mission and support Make-A-Wish through event-based fundraising. The evening included live music, a wine pull, door prizes and delicious hors d’oeuvres.The fun party raised money to support Make-A-Wish’s mission to grant wishes for children with critical illnesses— making their dreams to go, to meet, to be, or to have — a reality.

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February 8, 2019

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Ashley & Nick Rice with Veronica & Hank Tansey

Lauren Vogel, Charis Harvey, Lacey Gough & Ashley Russell

Margaret Burke, Halle Knox, Katie Hutson, Millie Beard, Hart Burke & Pam White

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Michael & Ashley Robilio with Lori Bramlett, Mary Catherine Fogleman & Aparna Basu

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Grant Heflin, Richard Hearn, Paul Lischwe, Ari Hertz & Keith Montgomery

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Works of Heart

The 27th annual Works of Heart Valentine party and fundraiser was held recently - and again was filled with heart-shaped art and love for the Child Advocacy Center. Over 100 artists participated, and this year's auction raised $75,000 to help heal the hearts of abused children in our community.

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February 9, 2019

Memphis College of Art

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Austin & Lauren Crowder

Kelly Phillips & Julia Hinson

Laura Hine & Greg Fletcher

Rena Chiozza, Klay Lester & Felix Pesce

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David Wittman, Hon. Valerie Smith & Forrest Edward

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KITTIE KYLE

Mixing up prints is on point with this jacket and pants and look effortlessly chic against the grid work of endless windows. Jacket, pants, purse, earrings; all from Kittie Kyle. Shoes, model’s own.

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MEMPHIS FASHION WEEK

COLLABORATION

by AUGUSTA CAMPBELL

This time of year in Memphis heralds the upcoming Memphis Fashion Week (April 10-13), the main fundraising effort for Memphis Fashion Design Network. Local retailers and designers come together beautifully to support the dreams and realities of fashion lovers in this region. Memphis Fashion Week would not be possible without its many supporters; and this year, Looney Ricks Kiss came in strong. The architectural firm recognizes the art of good design in any form, including fashion. We shot these looks in

LRK designed buildings-Old Dominick Distillery and The Gray Canary. Also for this month’s editorial, we hired a MFW veteran model, along with a hair stylist and a make-up artist from MFW supported businesses, and we brought in guest wardrobe stylists from MFW as well. The stores featured in the next few pages show readers what to wear for Memphis Fashion Week in head-to-toe looks that make one-stop shopping another dream come true.

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LORI JAMES

Red, white, and black set the stage for a strong and feminine look. Dress, sweater blazer, earrings; all from Lori James. Shoes, model’s own.

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LAURELWOOD

What’s black and white and completely in charge? Our model, that’s who. Jumpsuit from Baer’s Den in Laurelwood. Shoes, earrings, bangles, and purse; all from Joseph in Laurelwood.

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SOUTHERN MUSE

Textured layers are what’s in order for Spring. Velvet, teddy faux fur, and snakeskin are just right for a fashion show. Teddy jacket, velvet dress, necklace, and booties; all from Southern Muse.

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THE PINK DOOR

This floral maxi dress is straight from the classics and is the perfect outfit for touring a really cool distillery. Dress, earrings, and purse; all from The Pink Door. Shoes, model’s own.

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Tie dye is always appealing and the head scarf is one of Spring’s biggest hair accessories.

SORELLE BOUTIQUE Dress, scarf, necklace; all from Sorelle Boutique.

THANK YOU: AUGUSTA CAMPBELL / stylist MCKENDREE WALKER / photographer GENNA FARR / art director LEA PATTERSON / model from COLORS Agency

GYPSY NIX / make-up artist from Gould's EMILY NEWTON / hair stylist from Pavo in Laurelwood TIM LANDERS / Old Dominick Distillery NICK TALARICO / The Gray Canary

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A super feminine floral maxi skirt pairs well with a tomboy sweatshirt, sneakers, and fedora. Flowers add more girly fun. Skirt, sweatshirt, earrings, sunglasses, and hat; all from Oak Hall. Sneakers, model’s own.

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Kimberly Newsom, Trunk Show Stylist for MFW, is known for her sharp personal style and her legions of fans. She has cultivated several local designers, stylist for some local trend-setting boutiques, and is part of a creative force that is constantly churning our video fashion fantasies. Her business is K. Newsom Style. Follow her on IG: k.newsomstyle

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LAUREN DRAFFIN Lauren Draffin, the Freeze Model Stylist for MFW, has had a successful career in brand development, custom clothing, and editorials. Her sense of style is sharp and chic. Her colleagues know her as “LD” and those who know her best love her wicked laugh and jovial approach to life. Follow her on IG: styledbyld MARCH 2019

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Great Caesar’s ghost, March is upon us, Ides and all! No tragedy here though as we leave soggy February behind and forge ahead in a month filled with art openings, lectures, plays, and music. The return of the Young Art Patrons art fair with a companion show at the Jack Robinson Gallery – as well as a re-energized Ross Gallery at CBU (thanks to Cat Pena) and a very important show and panel

for Dear Artist at the University of Memphis usher in a thoughtful and intentional new era. Laurie Brown, new owner of L Ross Gallery, similarly is bringing a new vision. The latest incarnation of the Beale Street Artcrawl offers a variety of works and artists, most of whom have not been heretofore seen. This is an exciting time indeed. Go, see, and enjoy. - Ken Hall

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This Place, This Time: New Works by Siphne Sylve Levy Gallery, Buckman Arts Center, 5-7pm, through 4/15

The Black Broadway Cabaret

Memphis College of Art, 6pm

Memphis Black Arts Alliance, Buckman Arts Center, 7pm, through 3/16

Passing Through photography by Don Nix Stax Museum, 6-8pm

Canvases Art Auction

Jose Valverde art opening

Mid-South Sober Living, Crosstown Concourse, 6-9pm

Art-Body-Soul Gallery, 6pm

Rana Rochat & Brandon Donahue art opening

3rd annual Vintage901 Spring Festival

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Beale Street Artcrawl

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Jeni Stallings art opening

L Ross Gallery, 6-8pm, through 3/30 Memphis Reads, Christian Brothers University, 6pm

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1776 The Musical

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Theatre Memphis, through 3/31

Memphis Arts Collective Spring Fling 430 N. Cleveland, 10am-5pm

Dear Artist group art show University of Memphis Art Museum

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Creative Aging Senior Arts Series featuring IRIS Orchestra String Trio Theatre Memphis, 1:30pm

4th annual Young Collectors Contemporary art fair Young Arts Patrons, Crosstown Concourse, through 3/24

A multi-day event with panel discussions and art on display.

Parsing Banality art by Steve Heard GPAC, 5:30-7:30pm

Hattiloo Theatre, through 4/14

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McCoy Theater, Rhodes College, through 3/24

Birth of the Bluff City: 1865 -1900 lecture

Benjamin Hooks Branch Memphis Public Library, 1-2:30pm

Spark @ Giselle Redux

Gallery Ten Ninety-One, WKNO, 2-4pm Tankersley’s renderings in pen & ink accompanied by Meyers’ vivid watercolor, oil, and acrylic paintings comprise a show with decades of experience and immense talent.

Marcus Orr Center at U of M, 6pm Lecture by Tara Zahra of the University of Chicago addressing the 50 million Europeans who moved to the Americas between 1846 and 1940 and their impact.

La Familia film screening

Too Heavy For Your Pockets

Brooks Museum, 10am-2pm Local artists transform the plaza and your family is invited to join in the fun. Bring your chalk!

The Great Departure: Mass Migration from Eastern Europe and the Making of the Free World

Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 2pm Philipp Laagland’s family began their tulip bulb business in The Netherlands in 1910.

Germantown Community Theatre, through 4/7

ChalkFest

For Art’s Sake David Tankersley and Don Meyers art opening

Talk at Two and Toast to the Tulips

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A panel discussion at 2pm followed by an opening reception, 3-6pm, through 6/1

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Fiddler on the Roof

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CBU Ross Gallery, 5:30-7:30pm, through 4/10

Final Faculty Biennial Exhibition

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WKNO Preview of the Midtown Opera Festival Opera Memphis, GPAC, 7-8pm

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Monterey Jazz Fest on Tour GPAC, 8pm

The Pirates of Penzance and Other Gilbert & Sullivan Favorites Halloran Centre, 7:30pm

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Superlo Foods & High Point Grocery

By Sandi Butler Hughes and Lesley Harris Colvett The Memphis grocery scene has certainly evolved over the years, but a couple of staple stores remain a popular destination for shoppers - Stepherson’s Superlo and High Point Grocery.

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Photos courtesy of Superlo Appeal “Memphis Most” Poll for Best Fried Chicken, and number two in Best Meat Market, and Best Grocery Store. This grocery store has a rich history that dates back to 1944. Randy Stepherson, President of Superlo Foods, says that his father and two uncles (after they were discharged from World War II) went into business together. One of Randy’s uncle’s bought a grocery store on Rembert Street between Central Avenue and Peabody. Once Randy’s father and other uncle were discharged from the war, they came back and went into business together. They had two stores - one on Poplar Avenue and another on Macon Road - and in 1978 the two brothers (Randy’s uncles) retired and Randy and his business partner, Bob Reed bought them out. Bob and Randy’s brother Jack were in partnership with Randy’s father until the end of 1998. For years, they were Stepherson’s Big Star. Big Stars were independent grocers made up namely of Stepherson’s, Baker’s, and Robilio’s until the 1990s. Stepherson’s Big Star was the current day Superlo at Spottswood in East Memphis, and Stepherson’s is still operating at Macon Road and Graham, which is their oldest store.

Walking into Superlo Foods is a real treat. Fresh-cut, quality meats at the meat department, a superb bakery, and a deli that features award-winning fried chicken matched with everyday low prices and friendly employees are just some of Superlo’s secrets to success. In 2018, The Commercial Appeal named Superlo as one of the “Top Work Places”, and Superlo’s fried chicken was awarded second place in The Commercial 52

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“We spent two years as Stepherson’s East, and during that time we came up with the plan to go everyday low price and quit running ads. In the fall of 1993, we became Superlo Foods,” Randy says. “In late 1999, Mega Markets went into bankruptcy...and in April 2000 we opened Superlo Foods on Covington Pike in the old Mega Market building. Within two years we had done well enough with it, and we bought a store in Frayser, which was a Piggly Wiggly that wasn’t doing well, but is doing very well fo us.” In fall 2009, Superlo opened at Winchester and Kirby (which was originally a Kroger.) In 2011, they opened a Superlo in Southaven, MS, on Goodman Road, and in 2014 they bought Cooper’s Neighborhood Market on Quince near Perkins. In late 2017, they bought the Cash Savers in Parkway Village, fully remodelled the store, and it is now a Superlo. The modern-day Superlo boasts a fabulous selection of wine. “We made a decision to turn into a destination wine store. We are one of the top wine destinations in the city,” Randy says. The Spottswood store recently converted to all LED lighting, providing a nice, clean look for the store.


Superlo is an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Program) store company. Thirty percent of the company is owned by the ESOP, which is owned by the employees who have been there and over a period of time contributed to the program. “Our employees literally do have ownership, and the value of the ownership can be enhanced by the performance of the company, and when they retire that is theirs,” Randy says. “We are known for our pricing, and when I say everyday low, we don’t rest our hat on ads with games or gimmicks - we price everyday low,” Randy says. “We are Superlo, and we operate as low as we can.” With 8 total stores nowadays, Bob and Randy’s children are part of running the business as 3rd generation - Randy’s son J.R. Stepherson and Bob’s daughter Ashley Harris. Randy’s sister Beth Berry is the office manager, and his other sister Susan Cox is Deli supervisor. Randy’s brother Jack is also one of the working owners currently, and their dad Kenneth Stepherson retired at the end of 1998. Superlo will be celebrating its 75th Anniversary this fall, and while it has surely grown over the years the basics remain the same: everyday low prices, quality foods, and friendly service! - LHC

High Point Grocery High Point Grocery is tucked in the heart of the High Point Terrace neighborhood, and has been the heartbeat of this vibrant community since the 1950s. Today, High Point Grocery (HPG) is owned and operated by second- and third generation grocers, Charles Shirley, Jr., and Michael Shirley. The store was bought in 1971 by Charles Shirley, Sr. Charles, Jr., worked part-time until he graduated from Memphis State and also taught school for a year before joining his father full-time as a partner in the grocery business in 1973. Michael started working in the store as a little boy, and he grew up working alongside his grandfather and father. He attended college in Chicago, worked in video production in Los Angeles and for two years maintained the official website for Britney Spears. Last June, he returned to the Bluff City to carry on the family business of High Point Grocery. The charming store has a welcoming feel that starts when shoppers open the door and are greeted (often by name), and continues throughout the shopping experience. “We don’t want it to feel like Kroger,” Michael said. While the grocery is smaller than a mega-store and has a vintage vibe, it definitely does not lack in selection or quality of products. Throughout the store, locally-made products are offered alongside national brands. Being a locallyowned grocery, it is important to the Shirleys that they support local vendors. From Las Delicias chips and Beneva Mayweather yeast rolls to J. Brooks coffee and Wiseacre beers and everything in-between, they offer one of the best selections of local products available in the city. Another popular offering at HPG is the fresh assortment of meat and seafood. The meat cases are stocked with certified choice angus beef, and the tenderloins are highly sought after, especially during

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the holiday season. One of the best burgers in town is the Alex’s Tavern Greek Burger, due in part to the freshly ground chuck, ground daily for Alex’s owner Rocky Kasaftes. The sausage is also freshly ground daily, and they stock a selection of fresh seafood. Butcher Gary Richardson has decades of experience, and he brings that expertise to the HPG customers with select cuts of beef, pork, and more. The produce selection is fresh, varied, and meticulously maintained by Produce Manager Mark McGrath. “He came with the store,” laughs Charles describing the long-term employee. Several employees at HPG have been with the store for many years, and is just another reason it has such a family atmosphere. Need a greeting card? They have got them. What about shampoo or aspirin? Got that too. All at competitive pricing, especially when you factor the convenience and service of shopping at High Point. Weekly specials are offered, and shoppers receive a weekly email detailing the in-store specials and new products. Charles notes that while the quality meat selection is a big reason so many shoppers frequent the store, there are also several other reasons too. “We have a good variety, and it’s easy to find what you need. If a customer needs help, our employees are available. Plus, we offer a large selection of local products, and if a customer has a special request for something, we do our best to stock it in the store,” he said. Quality products, personal service and a friendly atmosphere are the hallmarks of this family-owned store, a neighborhood staple that offers groceries and so much more. This is particularly evident when your High Point Grocery run concludes with your bags being taken to your car. A perfect conclusion for a store built on tradition. - SBH

Michael Shirley & Charles Shirley, Jr. High Point Grocery is located at 469 High Point Terrace, 901-452-2378; visit highpointgrocery.com to sign up for a weekly email of new items carried in-store and grocery specials.

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Itta Bena

ROASTED CHICKEN & WILD MUSHROOMS CHICKEN SEASONING: 1 pound chicken breasts 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon cajun season ½ teaspoon parsley

RED WINE SAUCE:

1 cup dry red wine ½ cup red wine vinegar 2 sprigs thyme 1 tablespoon whole black peppercorns 4 tablespoon cold butter Combine all ingredients except butter, bring to a boil then reduce heat to a simmer. Reduce till ¼ liquid remains. Strain sauce and mix in cold butter until completely incorporated.

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2 bunches enoki mushrooms 2 bunches beech mushrooms 2 bunches oyster mushrooms 1 teaspoon garlic 1 tablespoon olive oil Add oil to hot pan and saute all ingredients for 2-3 min. Stir frequently to ensure mushrooms don’t stick. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve with your favorite mashed potatoes.

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C O R N B R E A D A N D B E N T O N B A C O N S T U F F E D Q U A I L , P U R P L E P O TA T O C A R P A C C I O , P I C K L E D R O O T V E G E TA B L E S , F E N N E L P O L L E N D U S T E D B R O C C O L I R A B E CORNBREAD:

2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups medium grind cornmeal 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon baking powder ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper ¼ cup honey 1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped ½ cup chopped chives 4 large eggs 2 cups buttermilk 8 slices bacon (½ cup reserved bacon fat) Preheat oven to 425. Place well-greased cast iron dish in oven. Cut bacon into small cubes, cook and strain. Reserve the fat until it reaches ½ cup (substitute butter if needed). Whisk dry ingredients together. Whisk together melted fat, honey, herbs, bacon, buttermilk and eggs together. Add into your dry ingredients just until incorporated. Bake for 25 minutes.

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South of Beale

SPICY GREEN BEANS WITH GOUDA SCALLOPED P O TA T O E S & R O A S T E D CHICKEN THIGH 4 ounces cooked green beans 1 tablespoon gochujang chili paste 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 2 teaspoon soy sauce 1 tablespoon sesame seeds Cook garlic in a pan with butter over medium heat until toasted, mix in gochujang and soy sauce until incorporated. Add green beans and cook until they are heated through. Finish with sesame seeds. Serve with a slow roasted chicken thigh and scalloped potatoes with smoked gouda.

Bleu Restaurant and Lounge PA N S E A R E D H A L I B U T 6 ounces halibut, seared 2 ounces sundried lemon butter 1 ounce fried parsnips 5 asparagus ½ baby carrot 3 ounces white truffle corn puree

S U N D R I E D T O M AT O L E M O N B U T T E R 1 pound butter, softened 8 ounces sundried tomatoes 3 lemons Salt and pepper to taste

In a mixer, mix 1 pound soften butter, then add sundried tomatoes. Add 3 lemons squeezed (remove the seeds). Mix until incorporated into the softened butter.

WHITE TRUFFLE CORN PUREE 5 pound corn kernels 10 whole garlic 3 whole shallots 1 quart heavy cream Âź quart water 1 pound butter White truffle oil Parmesan Salt and pepper to taste

Put corn kernels, garlic, shallots, heavy cream, water, butter in pot and cook until corn kernels are soft; strain the vegetables from liquid. Put in blender and blend smooth- if too thick add some liquid from strained vegetables. Add truffle oil, parmesan, salt and pepper to finish.

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Owen Brennan's

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Roast corn kernels in the oven for 8 minutes. In a mixing bowl, whisk vinegar and Dijon mustard. Add roasted corn, and remaining ingredients; toss until evenly distributed. Serve with scallops and sauteed arugula.

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2 pounds ground beef ½ cup carrots, small dice 1 cup onion, small dice ½ cup celery, small dice 1/8 cup sage, fine chop ¼ cup worcestershire sauce ½ cup bread crumbs 4 egg yolks Salt and pepper, to taste 3 tablespoons garlic, minced ½ cup parsley, fine chop In a large mixing bowl, add all ingredients, mix well. Shape into a log and bake for 20-30 minutes at 350 degrees F.

MARINARA SAUCE:

½ pound butter 3 cans (12 oz each) crushed tomatoes ¼ cup red wine 2 tablespoons garlic ¼ cup balsamic vinegar ½ cup brown sugar Salt and pepper, to taste ¼ cup Italian seasoning 1 large red onion, small dice 2 large red bell peppers, small dice Saute bell pepper, onion and garlic in butter, 6-7 minutes. Deglaze with red wine, balsamic, and reduce by half. Add brown sugar; cook 2-3 minutes. Add rest of the ingredients and simmer for 20-30 minutes. Serve with green beans and mashed potatoes. MARCH 2019

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Salud! at Whole Foods, Poplar Avenue

L E M O N P E P P E R C AT F I S H , G O AT C H E E S E A N D H E R B C O L E S L AW & C H I L I R O A S T E D B R O C C O L I L E M O N P E P P E R C AT F I S H

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4 catfish fillets, cut in half 1 cup cornmeal 2 tablespoons lemon pepper seasoning, or to taste 1 ½ teaspoon salt, or to taste Juice and zest from 1 lemon, divided Oil, for frying

2 pounds broccoli, stems peeled and cut into long florets Olive oil, as needed Salt and pepper, to taste 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened Red pepper flakes, to taste

In a shallow pie plate or dish, combine the cornmeal with the seasonings. Depending on the brand of lemon pepper used, you may have to adjust so start with a little and add more as needed. Heat the oil in a cast iron pan, about 1 inch deep to 255/265 degrees F. When the oil is almost ready, squeeze the lemon juice over the catfish fillets and marinate for up to 5 minutes. Dredge the fish in the cornmeal mixture and fry until golden brown and cooked through, turning as needed during the frying. Garnish with lemon zest and additional lemon wedges, if desired.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Toss the broccoli with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Roast until just tender and lightly browned, about 15-20 minutes. While the broccoli roasts, mix together the butter and pepper flakes in a large bowl. When the broccoli is finished, toss in the butter mixture until melted. Serve.

G O A T C H E E S E A N D H E R B C O L E S L AW 1 12 ounce bag coleslaw mix ¼ cup red onion, julienned 2 teaspoons dijon mustard ½ teaspoon worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar 1 teaspoon sugar 1 tablespoon flat leaf parsley, chopped 2 teaspoon fresh thyme, chopped 3 tablespoon olive oil ¼ cup goat cheese

In a large bowl, combine the coleslaw mix with the red onion. In a medium bowl, whisk together all of the remaining ingredients, except for the goat cheese, to form a dressing. Toss the dressing over the vegetables and add the goat cheese. Serve.

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Langston Myers BEAUTY

Collierville Dance Team Wins Nationals Hi my name is Laila Travillion and I am a junior at Collierville High School. I am one of the writers for Memphis Impact’s Arts Staff. I’m so grateful to be a part of Impact and love connecting with my community.

Haley Clift, Editor Mary Hunter Adair

Scholastic Arts Awards My name is Ruth Ellen and I am a Junior at St. Agnes Academy. I am joining the staff for my second year along with being a part of my school’s cross country team, fine arts department, and student government association. I love writing and I cannot wait to cover all of the amazing people, places, and events impacting our city of Memphis.

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Caroline Weakley, Editor Embry Bird Hannah Hussey Shade Webb LIFESTYLE

Madison Grinder, Editor Ella Coffey Mary Katherine Kruczek SPORTS

Ellie Weeks, Editor Robert Ayotte Jaylen Bass Kara Kane Emmaline Sheild ARTS

A Delicious History of Memphis My name is Annelise Griffin and I am a Sophomore at St. George’s Independent School currently. I have recently joined the 4Memphis Impact Staff and I am so excited to be involved. I am in the Arts staff and I am a writer and an artist. I am honored to be in connection to 4Memphis and I cannot wait to watch this magazine grow as a positive influence on the city of Memphis.

Mary Kate Thomas, Editor Ruth Ellen Berry Annelise Griffin Laila Travillion DIGITAL MEDIA

Graphic Designer My name is Mary Grace McAuley and I attend St. Agnes Academy. I am thrilled to be apart of the Digital Media staff of Memphis Impact, and honored to be able to work on such an amazing magazine!

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Collierville High School Dance Team Wins National Championship

On February 1st, 2019 the Collierville dance team earned both white jackets and a well-deserved national championship title in the large varsity hip hop division. After two years of finishing runner-up at finals in both hip-hop and pom categories, Dragons finally came out on top, taking home gold medals for first time ever. “Seeing the team grow throughout the year and excel in all skills with determination made this happen,” says Coach and Choreographer, Carol Lloyd “The will to be their best and make the best of each practice in preparation for nationals is what this team was about! ‘No limits’ was our team motto and we did not stray away from that statement.” The annual dance competition took place in Orlando, Florida at the ESPN Center of the Walt Disney Resort and featured dance teams from all over the world, competing for a #1 spot in the country. Collierville High School also placed 4th in the Game Day division and 5th in large varsity Pom, proudly representing the 901 with highly energetic and intriguing performances.

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MEMPHIS Restaurants Memphis, Tennessee is a city that takes pride in its delicious barbeque, but this is not the only local food worth praising. Restaurants in Memphis are just a few of the many things that bring in visitors, including several local restaurants such as Huey’s, Owen Brennan’s, and Itta Bena. All three contain a unique, historical root in Memphis that affects not only the ambience of the restaurant, but also the taste of the food.

By: Annelise Griffin

HUEY’S

The first thing that any Huey’s visitor will immediately notice is the countless toothpicks in the ceiling and names from years past on the wall. This bar and restaurant accommodates nine favorable locations that have been growing since 1970. Alan Gary, nicknamed as “Huey,” originally founded this business in Midtown. At this time, the building was created as a bar with few options to a menu, but later transformed into a welcoming restaurant. The ownership was later passed on to Thomas Boggs where he ran the restaurant independently until he died in 2008. Currently, all nine locations are run by the CEO, Lauren Boggs Robinson, and the COO, Ashley Boggs Robilio. The company takes pride in its appetizing menu with their most popular “World Famous Huey’s Burger” along with providing unique, live music on Sunday nights..

OWEN BRENNAN’S

Owen Brennan’s is a restaurant that caters to customers in need of a New Orleans feel. This restaurant location is formally family owned by Jim Baker and co-owned by Austin Baker, as they bring creole flavors for brunch, lunch, and dinner to the city of Memphis. Owen Brennan’s has maintained this great business since 1990 and contains many servers and cooks that have worked at the location since its opening. Their unique Sunday brunch buffet brings customers in the most during the holidays like Mother’s day. Some of the staple dishes include their shrimp and grits and pasta jambalaya. Owen Brennan’s is a definite place that Memphians love to take dignity in, as well as the restaurants Itta Bena and Huey’s.

ITTA BENA

Beale Street is an already historical field for Memphis and most definitely known to embark involvement of jazz music and savory hospitality which is embodied by Itta Bena. While this eatery has taken a hidden spot above Beale Street for eleven years, customers have grown accustomed to eating at three total locations. This restaurant was founded on July 21, 2007 by Tommy Peters and who tends to visit the buildings about once a month. Itta Bena welcomes people with “friendly hospitality in a luxurious atmosphere”. They spoil customers with beautiful live music and an exclusive theme of blue-tinted windows. This live music commonly contains world-class entertainers such as the Bobby Blue band, many who have sung with Al Green, and other forms of jazz, blues, piano, or saxophone music.

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Brooks Museum “What’s important to you now will be important to you in ten years,” said Laandrea Deloyce while speaking to the crowded room of students and parents. She was a small woman, barely tall enough to see over the podium, but her words had great meaning to the high school artists before her. “Lean into your passions as much as you question them,” she continued, leaving an inspiring message for the students whose passions for creating are often dismissed with the suggestion of pursuing more traditional careers. From January 26 to February 24 the Brooks Museum payed tribute to the hard work, creativity, and talent of the Mid-South’s most promising high school art students from fifty schools across the region. The gallery was an extension of the Scholastic Art Awards, a national competition for art students from grades 7-12, and displayed our regions gold key winning pieces for the public. Although the gallery exclusively showcased high school art, any of the pieces could be mistaken for the work of a professional artist.

The gallery served not only as a recognition for their talent, but also the promising future that the students have before them. The keynote speaker, Laandrea Deloyce, spoke about how the award winning artwork serves as tangible evidence of the students’ patience, hard work, creativity, and commitment that will lead to their future success. In addition to honoring these attributes of the students, the competition also awarded several students with cash prizes and scholarships for their accomplishments. The Scholastic Art Exhibition and Awards brought to light the incredible artistic talent of the Mid-South’s own artists while also encouraging and fostering the successful futures of hardworking students. A tribute to their countless hours of creating, the exhibit was truly an amazing representation of the young artists’ dedication to their passions.

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