Monthly Archives: September 2015

September 2015

Click to read our September 2015 issue of At Home Memphis & Mid South featuring A place with a past, Home Entertainment Spaces, Special Section on Retirement Living … and so much more!         If the issue does not appear above, please click here.

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A Place with a Past

Bob Bond celebrates 188 years at Bond’s Crossing House in West Tennessee Text by Jordana White   When Bob Bond first came to Bond’s Crossing, his family’s longtime home about halfway between Brownsville and Jackson, Tennessee, he was just a newborn, but even then it was clear that one day he would take possession of […]

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Lights, Camera, Action! and Beautiful Home Theaters

Text by Lesley Harris Colvett Photography by Steve Roberts and Ralph Crafton       From Super Bowl parties to family movie nights, home theaters and media rooms are very versatile and popular with today’s homeowners. Experts say more and more homeowners are seeking a movie theater environment inside their own home, and many want […]

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No Passports Required… Welcome to the U.S. Virgin Islands

Text by Barbara May    The beauty of St. John, St. Croix and St. Thomas gives visitors every opportunity to create their own idea of paradise. White sand beaches inspire relaxation, the steady trade winds keep the average temperatures at 80 degrees and the diversity of the islands provides something for everyone. But the best […]

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Natchez – a Charming Southern Town

People have been flocking to Natchez—the oldest permanent settlement on the Mississippi River—for years to tour perfectly preserved antebellum homes and attend one-of-a-kind festivals.  The area’s history has always been a lure for travelers, and rightly so; Natchez has over 1,000 structures on the National Register of Historic Places. But these days, the town dubbed […]

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It’s Game Time! Ole Miss Dinner Party

Event designer Angela Mazanti set the scene for a whimsical dinner party to celebrate back to school, and the greatly anticipated upcoming Rebel football games. The Inspiration: The inspiration was all things collegiate—Ole Miss meets Southern vintage flair. “I took my inspiration from the gorgeous backdrop, Oxford’s original bus depot. It has since been turned into a […]

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Winning Weeknight Recipes-Weeknight Jambalaya and Easiest Freezer Shortbread Cookies

  September means back to school and schedules, but that doesn’t mean we have to forfeit good eats. Mealtimes can get complicated this time of year, so I have two recipes that will be quick and easy for those busy weeknights.   The first is Jambalaya, which has become a staple for my family.  There […]

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Watermelon Sazerac Recipe

Recipe Courtesy of the Grove Grill | Photography by Suzie Hansen         •1.5 oz. James Oliver Oregon Rye •Splash watermelon simple syrup •2-3 dashes lemon bitters •Green Chartreuse •Frozen watermelon cubes Rinse martini glass with a few drops of Chartreuse. Dump Chartreuse out, fill glass with watermelon cubes. In a shaker, combine […]

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The Skybox Grill & Bar

Text by Emry Hayes Photography by : Katherine Terry     The Skybox Grill & Bar, one of Collierville’s newest restaurants, offers a family-friendly dining experience. Its athletic-themed décor, numerous TVs and fully stocked bar might say “typical sports bar,” but the food says otherwise. With fresh items prepared daily, such as hand-patted hamburgers and […]

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Experience This: Shelby Farms

Text By Katie Breyer   It’s a breezy day as you walk through wooded trails, enjoying a peaceful retreat from the hustle of a noisy city. Or maybe you’ve come to bike, play disc golf, ride a horse or even zip line. From adventurous to observer, it doesn’t matter what your desired level of activity […]

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