Monthly Archives: June 2015

June 2015

Click to read our June 2015 issue of At Home Memphis & Mid South featuring A Historic House in Corinth MS, Father’s Day Gift Guide, Outdoor Living … and much more!       If the issue does not appear above, please click here.

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Reclaiming History

Text by Jordana White         When Dr. Randy and Tammi Frazier first moved to Corinth, MS, from Memphis so Randy could build a surgical practice, the couple lived just two blocks away from the place they now call home. An older house in need of renovation, Tammi recalls their first residence as […]

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An Elegant Birthday

Text by Lesley Harris Colvett     Angela Mazanti creates a picture-perfect birthday soiree for Karen Johnston and her close friends to celebrate in style!       The Theme The theme for this party was ”Embracing 50 With Style.” ”Fifty is the new forty for today’s beautiful and savvy ladies!” Mazanti says.         The […]

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What’s Hot… for Outdoor Living Spaces

Text by Lesley Harris Colvett Photography Courtesy of Greg Mitchell, Steve Roberts, and Morgreen Landscape and Nursery     It’s that glorious time of year when homeowners are spending more time outside with their family and friends – swimming, grilling and entertaining on their patios. At Home Memphis & Mid South chatted with Greg Mitchell, […]

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Denver – The Mile-High City

TEXT by Barbara May, owner of Travel Leaders | Pictures provided by Travel Leaders     What’s the first thing that you think of when you hear someone mention Denver? The Rocky Mountains, right? Well, there’s a lot more to Denver than that! You can find everything from kid-friendly activities to outdoor adventures when you visit Denver, Colorado.   […]

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Atlanta, A City That Rose from the Ashes of the Civil War

By Frances J. Folsom     Atlanta, founded in 1837, had a population of 9,000 at the time the Civil War began. Its location at the crossroads of two major railroads meant it was an important city for the Confederacy to hold on to, which they did until the end of a four-month siege, the Battle […]

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The Outdoor Table – Exclusive Summer Recipes

Text by April McKinney Photos by Stephanie Mullins     June is here, which means Sunday picnics, backyard barbeques and sipping cold drinks poolside. With that in mind, I am thrilled to finally announce the release of my first cookbook, The Outdoor Table.  The cookbook features over 175 exclusive recipes for mouth-watering foods that travel […]

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Smith. Not your ordinary eatery

By Stacy Harris Lucchesi     Russell Smith wanted to bring “something different” to the culinary scene in Corinth, Mississippi. In 2013, the doors to his dream opened. Smith. From the distinctive period after the name to the cuisine and atmosphere, this restaurant is nothing of the ordinary.   Smith and his wife Julia worked […]

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Sunset on the Square – Collierville, TN

By Katie Breyer     Summer is here, a season that brings a grab-bag of musical and social gatherings to the Mid South. In the mix is the Sunset on the Square Summer Concert Series on Collierville’s quaint town square.   Presented by Main Street Collierville, a non-profit organization with the mission to “preserve and […]

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Jun Kaneko Sculpture at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Text By Vicki Tyler     Giant ceramic Japanese raccoon dogs and huge sculpted vases and heads now dot the landscape surrounding Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Jun Kaneko’s powerful sculptures will be in Memphis at the Dixon until Nov. 22.   The exhibit includes 24 works placed outside the Dixon in each of the garden […]

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