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Exploring Memphis’ South Main Historic Arts District

Josh Conley’s getting a tattoo soon. It’s going to read “4407,” which is, he’s quick to tell you, the jukebox number for Otis Redding’s “That’s How Strong My Love Is” at dive bar Earnestine & Hazel’s, where the Blytheville native’s …

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Inn for the Night

Oak Alley Plantation | Photo courtesy of the Oak Alley Plantation

It is an odd paradox of modern travel that wherever one goes, the actual stay is so often the same from one destination to the next. Such is the …

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Off Museum-ing

GO EAST: Memphis

Any “museum-ing” weekend in Bluff City should begin, we’d argue, by celebrating what made the town what it is today: sweet, sweet music. Soul music, to be precise.

Founded as Satellite Records in 1957, the recording studio

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Rising of the Plains

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In fairness, it was difficult for Oklahoma City to fulfill expectations in the snow.

Where there should have been the effects of burgeoning change …

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