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1. Made in Memphis -

Memphis’ geography is limited to roughly 300 square miles, but its identity stretches beyond the city limits, resonating to the far corners of the globe.

The city’s brand has obvious cornerstones, such as its place in the nation’s cultural topography. But setting aside those no-brainers, like the rock ‘n’ roll innovator whose mansion in Whitehaven still attracts gawkers from around the world, a lot of what makes Memphis’ story is the story of what’s made in Memphis.

2. Taste of Jubilee to Benefit Underprivileged Students -

Founded in 1947, St. John Catholic School at 2717 Lamar Ave. was once the largest Catholic school in Memphis.

3. For Love of Money -

The staples of a great Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart – flowers, candy and delicious food – equal big business for local establishments specializing in romantic fare.

Annual Valentine’s Day spending in the U.S. totals more than $13 billion, according to numbers from the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association and statisticsbrain.com. The average consumer spends $120 wooing that special someone on Valentine’s Day.

4. Green Girl to Create Indoor Vertical Farm -

A group of food professionals is working toward supplying restaurants with local produce while improving the health of Memphians and fighting urban blight.

Green Girl Produce plans to leverage technology to create the city’s first indoor vertical farm, providing the community with cost-effective, year-round organic mircogreens. By leasing an old 1,260-square-foot liquor store at 2655 Broad Ave., the space has the potential to store up to 2,500 square feet of growing room.

5. Biz License Filings Rise in Q2 -

The number of business licenses filed with the Shelby County Clerk’s office increased 2.7 percent to 1,397 in the second quarter of 2012 from 1,360 for the same period last year, according to The Daily News Online, www.memphisdailynews.com.

6. Lawyers’ ad infinitim? -

When I entered law school in 1975, national and state bar associations pretty much prohibited attorneys from engaging in [whisper] advertising. Self-promotion by legal professionals – even in the Yellow Pages – is a product of the late 20th century. When the Supreme Court ruled in 1977 that the advertising ban for barristers was unconstitutional, it was big news!

7. Making a Personal Hook -

CAUGHT FOR LIFE. At five o’clock on a Sunday morning in 1969 the phone in the frat house rang. When a phone rings at that time on that day in a frat house, it’s a wrong number, bad news or somebody calling for bail money. This call was for me.

8. Changes in Dining Scene Highlight Dynamic Year -

On Thanksgiving Eve, we drove to the airport to pick up my stepson, one of whose flights had been delayed, so it was after 10 by the time he emerged from baggage claim. All being hungry, I drove to Cooper-Young, thinking we could easily get in at the recently opened Alchemy at 10:30.

9. McNeeley’s Project Green Fork Promotes Sustainability -

Project Green Fork and founder Margot McNeeley have made a significant impact on the Memphis community in only a few short years.

Since the program’s inception in 2008, PGF-certified restaurants have recycled more than 600,000 gallons of plastic, glass and aluminum; more than 300 tons of cardboard and paper; and 79,000 gallons of food waste.

10. S. Memphis Farmers Market Turns 1, Announces Facilities -

The South Memphis Farmers Market celebrated its one-year anniversary Thursday, July 14, at the market’s location on the northeast corner of Mississippi Boulevard and South Parkway. Over the past year, the market has served more than 7,500 customers and generated roughly $70,000 in sales for regional farmers.

11. Beer Pairing Events Brewing in Memphis -

Local chefs and restaurateurs are hoping to show more people that beer pairs up just as well, and in many cases better, with fine food as wine has traditionally been known for in the past.

Steve Barzizza, sales manager at Southwestern Distributing Co., has helped to arrange many of the beer pairing nights at various restaurants around town.

12. Darkened Doors Speak To Industry Challenges -

“We couldn’t make the space work. We tried, but we couldn’t get over the hump to get the numbers.”

Those sad words could have been pronounced by many chefs, managers and owners back in 2008 and 2009, when restaurants were closing right and left at the height of the recession, but no, that was Richard Saviori speaking last week after he decided to close Thyme Bistro. The restaurant served its last meals on June 25, having been open just over a year.

13. Darkened Doors Speak To Industry Challenges -

“We couldn’t make the space work. We tried, but we couldn’t get over the hump to get the numbers.”

Those sad words could have been pronounced by many chefs, managers and owners back in 2008 and 2009, when restaurants were closing right and left at the height of the recession, but no, that was Richard Saviori speaking last week after he decided to close Thyme Bistro. The restaurant served its last meals on June 25, having been open just over a year.

14. Joe’s Acre Restaurant Opens to Diners’ Delight -

Acre is the most highly anticipated restaurant to open regionally since, well, since Wally Joe opened in May 2002 and closed early in January 2007, with executive chef Wally Joe announcing that he was looking for a new space. That was, of course, four and a half years ago.

15. Duo Helps Strengthen Colliers’ Retail Face -

After being historically thought of as a driving force in industrial real estate, Colliers International is becoming a rising star in the retail arena.

The retail team of Andrew Phillips and Ed Thomas has been involved in three of the largest retail lease transactions in the last six months with the 45,000-square-foot Habitat for Humanity, 24,000-square-foot Memphis Judo and 14,000-square-foot Jack Wills Co.

16. Taste of Jubilee Slated for Friday -

Taste of Jubilee this Friday will feature a sampling from 22 of Memphis’ best restaurants, including Restaurant Iris, Erling Jensen, Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen, Bari Ristorante, Felicia Suzanne’s, River Oaks Restaurant, 3 Angels Diner, Charlie Vergos’ Rendezvous and many more.

17. Spring Fever, Flavors Hit Memphis Kitchens -

March came in like a lion and it didn’t exactly go out like a lamb, but the contradictory month still spells the beginning of spring, when young men’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, and chefs in restaurant kitchens begin considering changes to their menus that reflect a more buoyant season. In fact, chefs get pretty darned excited about this momentous change of seasons.

18. Former Interim Chef Kramer Back in Charge -

“Interim” – a pause or interval in a succession of events

When the restaurant Wally Joe closed in January 2007, owner Fred Carl Jr., founder, president and CEO of Viking Range Corp., decided to keep a restaurant going while looking for a buyer for the space in the shopping center at South Mendenhall Road and Sanderlin Avenue. Appropriately, the temporary restaurant would be called Interim.

19. ADDY Awards Honor City’s Best Work -

The local advertising industry’s creativity this past year has put a new meaning to the phrase “think outside the box.”

The American Advertising Federation Memphis presented 54 gold and 69 silver awards out of 500 paid entries at Saturday’s ADDY Awards at Minglewood Hall, 1555 Madison Ave.

20. All-Italian Wine Lists are Rare, Even at City’s Italian Eateries -

When I was in New York last week, attending a three-day conference on Italian wine, my one major meal outside the hotel was at Morandi, an Italian restaurant at Waverly Place and Seventh Avenue in Greenwich Village. This is a sole venture into Italian food for restaurateur Keith McNally, whose French-inspired outposts, from Odeon in TriBeca to Balthazar in SoHo to Pastis in the Meatpacking District, not only defined casual Gallic dining below 14th Street but helped to establish their neighborhoods as destinations.

21. What is a Restaurant? A Place ‘To Restore’ Patrons with Food -

Since the season of conviviality and cheer is upon us, let me ask: What is a restaurant? Or, rather, because this is what I’m really after: What is the idea of a restaurant?

For thousands of years, from cave to castle, people ate at home. Travelers usually took their meals at inns along the wayside; laborers could snatch a bite at taverns or pubs with their pints. In the mid-18th century, soup shops sprang up in Paris selling bowls of “restaurant,” a restorative concoction of hearty beef broth. That’s the direct ancestor of the word restaurant – present participle of the French restorer, “to restore” – a place where we are restored to strength and vigor by refueling, as it were, with food.

22. Andrew Michael Kitchen: Where the South Meets Italy -

One in an occasional series on the signature dishes of local chefs.

It’s appropriate that over the fireplace at Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen hangs a painting of a pig.

23. Taking Care of Business -

A diverse mix of Memphis businesses is defying the odds and finding success spanning multiple family generations. Grant & Co., Champion Awards, Jim’s Place East, Barden Stone and Broadway Pizza are among the Memphis institutions thriving under second- and third-generation ownership and management.

24. Designer Hamburgers Lend Luxury to Once-Humble Patty -

As an icon of American culture, the hamburger is infinitely variable. Though enduring as many costume changes as Madonna and Lady Gaga combined, the burger is essentially a statement of utter simplicity: a grilled or fried or broiled patty of ground beef served between two pieces of bread. The additions or condiments depend as much on regional tradition as personal taste. The lettuce-tomato-mayonnaise camp mans the barricades against the ketchup-mustard-pickle contingent, and never the twain shall agree.

25. Though New Place Not There Yet, Wally Joe Still Working It -

If the truism in the restaurant industry is it takes twice as long to open a restaurant as you plan, try this: Wally Joe left his eponymous establishment on Sanderlin Avenue, which opened in May 2002, in December 2006.

26. Events -

The Greater Memphis Chamber will present the third breakfast meeting in its Human Health Series today from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at The Crescent Club, 6075 Poplar Ave. The meeting is free to members and prospective members. For reservations, contact Ericka Milford at emilford@memphischamber.com or 543-3518.

27. Events -

The Madison Hotel will kick off its fall rooftop cigar series, “Smoking Up High: High-Class, Low Key,” today from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the hotel, 79 Madison Ave. The event will feature selections of cigars from Havana Mix Cigar Shop, a cash bar and a special rooftop terrace menu. The series will run through November. Reservations are recommended, as capacity is limited. For reservations, call 333-1223.

28. Old-Fashioned Bartering Helps Pare Medical Bills -

Cash, check or a cord of wood for that doctor visit? As health care costs climb, old-fashioned bartering has seen brisk growth since the economy soured.

Hillsborough, N.J.-resident Robert Josefs traded his Web site designing skills for nearly $1,000 in dental work last year when he had no insurance, and many other patients are learning that health care debts don't always have to be settled with sometimes-precious cash.

29. Startup Weekend To Foster Multiple Ideas -

Memphis is known for its entrepreneurs, from Clarence Saunders inventing the self-service grocery store to Kemmons Wilson inventing the hotel chain to Fred Smith inventing overnight package delivery.

30. Archived Article: Small Biz Focus - Sullivan helps set home-design standards

Sullivan Helps Set Home Design Standards

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

It was one of those career-changing, defining moments and one left entirely in the hands of Tom Sullivan's wife, Diane.

After...

31. Archived Article: Trends Focus - Inquiries started off this past fall and winter was probably a better selling and inquiring season than before

Economy Makes Impact on Pool, Spa Industry

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

When Memphians start shedding their jackets for shorts a...

32. Archived Article: Fairgrounds 2 (lead) - Hunt will go on for entrepreneurs, bargain hunters

Flea Market Prepares for Post-Fire Event

The show goes on for entrepreneurs, bargain hunters

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

For more than 30 years, thousands of entrepreneurs have peddled...

33. Archived Article: Small Biz Focus - Cavalier Cleaners survived, thrived and diversified

Cavalier Cleaners Survives, Thrives, Diversifies

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Leroy Hidinger never wanted his two sons, Lee and John, or his daughter, Cathy, to one day take over the busi...

34. Archived Article: Trends Focus - From conferences to cafs, wireless Internet coming

Wireless Technology Offers World of Possibility

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Yum, its been light years since you programmed synthetic brownies, said George Jetson in his namesake cartoon. ...

35. Archived Article: Vet (lead) - Veterans housing going up in Midtown

Veteran Housing Planned for Midtown

Complex to include 32 permanent housing units

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Some are prosperous, self-supported business owners who relapse into post-war trauma; ot...

36. Archived Article: Small Biz - Cheesecake artist offers slice of heaven

Cheesecake Artist Offers Slice of Heaven

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

History contends that the Greeks were the originators of cheesecake, which was fed to the first Olympic athletes.

But Kevin M...

37. Archived Article: Small Biz Focus - Baked desserts for a PTA event led to a neighborhood eatery for Cooper-Young residents, and

Buns on the Run stands still for steady customers

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Shared desserts at a PTA fund-raiser six years ago led to a share...

38. Archived Article: Marketplace - New crop of enthusiasts changing the landscape

New crop of enthusiasts changing the landscape

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

When Peggy Mullins husband, Mark, retired from the work force last year, space to move around in the flowerbed of...

39. Archived Article: Club (lead) - Retro club steps back to square one

Retro club steps back to square one

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

After 10 years of working in local nightclubs, Dave Tubbs has learned some crowd-pleasing tricks he once appeased a restless group awai...

40. Archived Article: Small Biz Focus - New deli set to make sandwiches the Italian way

New deli set to make sandwiches the Italian way

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

The only chefs training Vincenzo Gulla received was watching his Italian immigrant mother, Vincenza, prepare la...

41. Archived Article: Focus - Concrete finishing product paves way

Concrete finishing product paves way for new business

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

These days, more and more Americans are starting their own businesses, and like many of them, Memphian Chris Murley ...

42. Archived Article: Focus - Kitchen supply store

Kitchen supply store is customers one-stop shop

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Whether cooking spaghetti for four or soup of the day for a hundred, Lit Equipment & Supplies offers fitting kitchen help.

For more...

43. Archived Article: Comm Focus - Calvary series reaches out to city, area churches

Calvary series reaches out to city, area churches

By STACEY WIEDOWER

The Daily News

A long list of events, attractions and traditions have contributed to the history and character of Down...

44. Archived Article: Hotel (lead) - Third Homewood Suites opens amidst business areas view Homewood Suites opens in southeast business hotspot

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

An expanded-service hotel including many homey amenities and custom made for the business traveler open...

45. Archived Article: Standout - Soul Food

Soul food

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Whether he is preparing potato soup for the less fortunate or pasta primavera for lawyers, Emmett Bell III is happy in a kitchen where empty stomachs and hungry souls unite.

February w...

46. Archived Article: Market (lead) - New farmer's market

New farmers market to have artistic touch

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Beginning Friday, spinach, squash and the trendiest art complement one another with the grand opening of a farmers market in the South Main distr...

47. Archived Article: Real Focus - By LAURIE JOHNSON Central Gardens Home Tour 99 This years tour features eclectic collection of architectural styles By LAURIE JOHNSON Take a peek into seven very different houses and some beautiful gardens on Sunday, Sept. 12, when the Central Garde...

48. Archived Article: Real Briefs - The Home Builders Association will sponsor a silent auction of luxury playhouses and doghouses at this years Home Expo as a benefit for the Childrens Museum of Memphis new permanent exhibit, Your House, My House The Home Builders Association will sp...