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A Glimpse of Memphis, Tennessee

A closer look at the River City

April/May 2015

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A slab of charcoal ribs and sides at Rendezvous.

photo: Randy Harris

Order another round at Rendezvous.

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The James Lee House’s Victorian facade.

photo: Randy Harris

The James Lee House parlor.

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Soul Burgers on the grill at Earnestine and Hazel’s.

photo: Randy Harris

The fully loaded jukebox at Earnestine and Hazel’s.

photo: Randy Harris

A celebratory night at Earnestine and Hazel’s.

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Guests anticipate the Peabody Hotel’s time-honored duck parade.

photo: Randy Harris

Deborah Swiney performs at Mollie Fontaine Lounge.

photo: Randy Harris

The Fashionable cocktail at Mollie Fontaine Lounge.

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One of the Memphis Queen fleet in port.

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Tops Bar-B-Q.

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When it comes to their biscuits, Bryant’s Breakfast in Memphis is king.

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Shopping at Shangri-La.

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Kellan Bartosch, one of the owners of Wiseacre Brewing.

Randy Harris

A peak into the kitchen at Lafayette’s Music Room.

Randy Harris

Earnestine & Hazel’s comfortable, well-worn interiors.

Randy Harris

A patron at Paula & Raiford’s Disco keeps time on the always-packed dance floor.

Randy Harris

Memphis carriage dogs.

Randy Harris

Memphis native and longtime guitar player Lamar Sorrento.

The family behind Payne’s Bar-B-Q.

Sauce at Payne’s Bar-B-Q simmers on the stovetop.

Ekundayo Bandele, founder of the Hattiloo Theatre in Memphis.

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