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1. Pike Indulges ‘Museum Bug’ as Director of Pink Palace -

Steve Pike, director of museums for the Pink Palace Family of Museums, calls himself a generalist, happy to have his hands in all things theoretical and material. It’s a label that envelopes his interests, his career choices, and going back to his liberal arts education at Marian University in Indianapolis.

2. Indie Memphis Offers Innovation-Themed Programs -

This year’s Indie Memphis Film Festival will again offer a slate of programming tied to the concept of innovation and include guest speakers such as the president of the multimedia news organization The Onion, as well as presentations that complement the festival’s film offerings.

3. A Tasteful List Updated for 2013 -

A LIST YOU CAN SINK YOUR TEETH INTO. Hello, my name is Dan and I’ll be your server.

Presenting the third edition of the Tasteful List, updated for 2013 – second and third helpings, this year’s specials, delicious memories – an alphabetical survey of local flavor in one decidedly local man’s opinion.

4. Buy a Server or Move to the Cloud? -

After a few rough years with the economy, and after squeezing every last drop of functionality out of their existing infrastructure, some companies are faced with the question of replacing that infrastructure with new equipment or moving their information to the cloud.

5. Burger King Feels Heat as Rivals Focus on Value -

NEW YORK (AP) – A revamped menu helped boost Burger King's profit in the fourth quarter but now the world's second biggest hamburger chain says it needs to play up value more aggressively to compete with rivals.

6. Jud Strunk Made Me Cry -

A DAISY A DAY. “He remembers the first time he met her, He remembers the first thing she said,

He remembers the first time he held her,

And the night that she came to his bed.”

7. Brass Door Looks to Bring True Irish to St. Paddy’s Day -

Downtown Irish pub The Brass Door is gearing up to celebrate its first St. Patrick’s Day with live music, food and drink specials, and plenty of craic – an Irish term for having a great time.

8. Hotel Eateries Worth Frequenting Anytime -

Last year, in a grand coincidence, two Downtown hotels simultaneously refurbished their restaurants, redecorated, called in consultants, created new concepts or new menus, replaced staff and generally reinvented themselves.

9. Abortion, Immigration Changes Among New 2012 Laws -

Girls seeking abortions in New Hampshire must first tell their parents or a judge, employers in Alabama must verify new workers' U.S. residency, and California students will be the first in the country to receive mandatory lessons about the contributions of gays and lesbians under state laws set to take effect at the start of 2012.

10. A Tasteful List -

A LIST YOU CAN SINK YOUR TEETH INTO. Seems like everybody has a list these days, so, in recognition of the 125th anniversary of The Daily News, here’s mine – 125 things that make Memphis easy to swallow – a sort of alphabetical soup to nuts of local flavor. Friends old and new, and a few long-gone, but I can taste them still.

11. Keep Napkins Nearby -

The second in an occasional series, “The Anatomy of a Sandwich.”

Most sources agree that the Cuban sandwich, or the Cubano, came to Florida in the 1860s with Cuban cigar makers who settled in Key West and later, in the 1880s, in Ybor City, a neighborhood of Tampa noted for its cigar factories. The sandwich received a boost in Miami from the influx of Cuban exiles and expatriates who fled their island home after the success of Castro’s revolution in 1959.

12. The Burger Joint Joins Ridgeway Trace -

Another national burger chain is setting up shop locally, except this one selected Memphis as its entrance into the Tennessee market.

BGR The Burger Joint is the latest tenant to join Ridgeway Trace Center, the 347,358-square-foot development at Poplar Avenue and Interstate 240 anchored by Target, Best Buy, PetSmart and Sports Authority.

13. Stay Cool With Quenching ’10 French Rosé -

In 218 B.C. when the Carthagenian general Hannibal and his armies and elephants were trekking through southern Gaul on their way to stomp the crap out of the Romans, did they stop to cool their heels betimes in what is now the wine region called Coteaux Varois en Provence? Who knows? I mean, they had to spend the night somewhere, right? This is an area east of Marseille and north of Toulon known primarily for rosé wines; in fact 88 percent of the 1.25 million cases produced annually in Coteaux Varois en Provence is rosé.

14. 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.

15. Great Bistro Wine for a Solid Price -

Occasionally I try a wine and think, “This is a great little bistro wine.” By which I mean a basic, simple wine of direct appeal that would go well with typical basic, appealing food in the French bistro style. What sort of fare is that? Think of onion soup, duck and rabbit terrine, boeuf bourguignon, coq au vin, roasted chicken, steak frites, veal blanquette, pork rillettes. Wow, as I write those words it’s a dreary, drippy icky day in a series of dreary, drippy icky days, and that kind of food sounds pretty comforting, soul-satisfying and nap-inducing!

16. Handling Those Objections -

Granted, I’m wired differently than most, but I actually look forward to hearing prospect objections on a sales call. Why? It’s likely a clue that a prospect wants me to slow down, provide more information, or make them feel more confident about purchasing. The beauty of an objection is it means the prospect is engaged.

17. Barge Collision Closes Mississippi, 3 Hospitalized -

COVINGTON, Tenn. (AP) – Twenty-five vessels were backed up on the Mississippi River at midday, 13 hours after a chemical spill closed a stretch north of Memphis.

A barge collision at about 9 p.m. Monday spilled the chemical acrylonitrile. Three tugboat workers were hospitalized as a precaution and the river was closed at 10:22 p.m.

18. Slice of Memphis Found on Park -

For Pete’s sake, it’s Sam’s.

Turning basic things into things Memphis is part of our story-telling alchemy. Some mixture of food, drink and funky has to be involved in the telling, and the telling should take a while. Sometimes the stage itself may be the story.

19. Pride of the Pond ‘On Flavor’ With Fresh Catfish -

TUNICA, Miss. – Seining the ponds at Pride of the Pond is not unlike a visit to the casinos north of the catfish farm.

“The biggest problem in the catfish industry is you can’t order raw material to make product,” said Bill Mohead, sales manager for the privately held enterprise. “You can’t see the fish.”

20. Hash: A Workingman’s Dining Masterpiece -

I ate hash at two local restaurants within one week.

The first occasion, courtesy of my dutiful daughter, was on Father’s Day at Beauty Shop, Karen Carrier’s almost eight-year-old restaurant in Cooper-Young. The second was three nights later at Thyme Bistro, opened just a month ago by Rick Saviori.

21. Color Me Rosé – and Manly Too -

Many times when people write about rosé wines, they begin by exclaiming: “Think pink!” and although the word rosé in French means “pink,” most rosé wines display not that pastel teeny-bopper hue but the color of pale onion skin or ruddy peach or silvery copper or – well, you get the idea. Rosés offer many variations on what we may call the Platonic ideal of pinkness.

22. We Are Barbecue -

Any pig cooked for a considerable amount of time with any care is going to taste pretty good, but, in this town, that doesn’t make it barbecue.

We are to barbecue what Kleenex is to facial tissue, what Coke is to all soft drinks in the South. We are barbecue.

23. Forum to Shed Light on Health Care Reform -

The undercurrents in health care reform that have received little publicity but could have big ramifications for businesses will be discussed at an coming Executive Forum in the Bluff City.

Randy Hardock, a Washington attorney who specializes in tax laws and employee benefits issues, is the keynote speaker for “What Healthcare Reform Means to Your Business: An Insider’s View” on Jan. 21.

24. Broad Avenue Arts District Gets Boost With Rare Russian Exhibit -

An emerging arts district in the center of Memphis has received a rare taste of Russia in a gallery exhibition meant to promote awareness. Artist Yan Karpovich of St. Petersburg, Russia, opened his show titled “Dark Days/ White Nights” at T Clifton Art in the Broad Avenue Arts District earlier this month.

25. Tenn. Prepares for 1st Execution in 16 Months -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee man convicted of murdering an elderly Jackson County couple could become the state's first inmate put to death in 16 months if his execution is carried out as scheduled early Wednesday morning.

26. Grocery at Heart of Neighborhood’s Rebirth -

The line starts forming before noon in the back of Williams Street Grocery & Deli, where the yams are sweet enough to save for last and the juice from the greens is good enough to sop up with a pancake of hot-water cornbread.

27. Bennigan's to Focus on Pub Fare Post-Bankruptcy -

NEW YORK (AP) - Bennigan's diners can expect a bigger emphasis on booze, burgers and other bar and grill fare in the days and months to come, the new owner of the chain said Thursday.

Joel Holsinger, managing director of private equity firm Atalaya Capital Management, said he plans to reposition the brand by re-establishing its place in the high-margin bar segment and by focusing on sandwiches, onion rings and appetizers.

28. Recipe for Success Found at Hungry Howie's -

Loice DeBerry and Jerry Hamlett represent a number of investors who are seeking entrepreneurial independence and success by purchasing a franchise from an already established business.

The two partners recently purchased and opened a Hungry Howie's Pizza franchise in Southaven. They have plans to open a second Memphis-area store in January in Bartlett. The Southaven location is the first franchise of the Michigan-based business to open in the Memphis area.

29. Not Your Mama's MAPCO -

When most people think of convenience stores, what probably comes to mind are grab-and-go outlets housed in drab and often threadbare accommodations.

But starting this week, MAPCO Express Inc. will begin tearing down the MAPCO store at 1691 Poplar Ave. to make way for a revamped version of its traditional convenience stores. That's where MAPCO is building for the first time in Memphis a MAPCO Mart, the chain's upscale store prototype, which includes a food concept similar to that of a fast-casual restaurant.

30. Federal Building ScareLeads to Onion Powder -      A hazardous material team was called to the Downtown federal building Wednesday for a reported "white powder scare" that turned out to be onion powder, authorities said.
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31. Hunt-Phelan Home Reopens for Business -

The mansion that towers above the corner of Beale and Lauderdale streets is a leading example of antebellum architecture, a grand relic of the Old South where generals pored over battle plans and presidents pondered urgent matters of state.

32. Debate Mounts on Fairgrounds Proposals -

When local bands the Zippin Pippins and the Revolutionaires perform at Murphy's in Midtown next week, the show will be about more than music: It also will pay homage to the amusement park where Memphians have enjoyed the scent of funnel cakes, the charm of an old-fashioned carousel and the dips and dives of roller coasters since it opened in 1976.

33. Cooper-Young Eatery Adds to Area's Eclectic Flair -

Walk through the doors at 903 S. Cooper St., and you'll quickly be greeted by a voice from behind the bar with a heavy Irish brogue. It belongs to Jo Delahunty, whose fiery red hair and easy way with customers make her conspicuous inside Celtic Crossing, the authentic Irish watering hole that opened this summer in Cooper-Young.

34. Archived Article: Lead - By Andy Meek

Parking Issues Plague Cooper-Young

New businesses, visitors face growing scarcity of spaces

ANDY MEEK

The Daily News

Cooper-Young has become synonymous with the artistic, trendy and culinary side of Memphis.

But it als...

35. Archived Article: C-y (lead) - By Andy Meek

Cooper-Young Undergoes Growth Spurt

New shopping, dining options emerge in Midtown area

ANDY MEEK

The Daily News

Though this weekends Cooper-Young Festival is expected to bring more than 300 artists, craftsmen and other v...

36. Archived Article: Cooper-young (lead) - Tiger Bryant: owner of young avenue deli:

More Businesses Come to Cooper-Young

Revitalization spurs new interest in Midtown neighborhood

ANDY MEEK

The Daily News

In some ways, Pam Fongs decision to uproot Jasmine, her Thai and vegetar...

37. Archived Article: This Week - This Week in Memphis September 15-21

MBA Hosts Practice Management Seminar September 16

The Memphis Bar Association hosts 60 Tips in 60 Minutes: How to Manage Your Practice So It Doesnt Manage You from noon to 1 p.m. in its conference room, On...

38. Archived Article: Marketplace - Lays chips are off the ol block for Memphis BBQ

Lays flavor is chip off the Memphis barbecue block

By SUE PEASE

The Daily News

Memphis and barbecue go hand in hand and as of May, potato chips and Memphis barbecue have, too.

By breakin...

39. Archived Article: Tech Focus - BUZZWORDS AND MANAGEMENT FADS

Avoid business buzzwords, fads in a company

By Steve Pilgrim

Special at The Daily News

Remember the story about the sophisticated executive forced to drive into rural country in order to salvage one of his c...

40. Archived Article: Yia Yia's (lead) - By LAURIE JOHNSON European flavor highlights new Germantown eatery By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Early next year, Memphis diners in the mood for French, Italian or Greek fare will be able to enjoy the flavors of all three countries plus a few mor...

41. Archived Article: Small Biz St - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Cheffies wants to feed the busy, the tired or the lazy By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News Too busy, too tired or too downright lazy to cook dinner tonight? A trip to Cheffies Market & More on Sanderlin Avenue in East Memphis ...

42. Archived Article: Library Bott - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Library board meeting rescheduled to Dec. 9 By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News The meeting of the board of trustees for the Memphis/Shelby County Public Library & Information Center scheduled for 4 p.m. today in the Main Libr...

43. Archived Article: Comm Focus St - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Save the Music Memphis inner-city school students benefit from partnership between VH-1 and Time Warner Cable By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News When John Sykes, chief executive officer of VH-1, enrolled in a Principal for a Day ...

44. Archived Article: Charcoal St - By SUZANNE THOMPSON South Main store keeps Memphis smoking in style By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News A building once stacked to the ceiling with charcoal is now a retail shop filled with urns, teak benches and other treasures to turn a backyard in...

45. Archived Article: Real Fcs (lawns) Lj - lj 10/5 cates Love that lawn A healthy lawn can do more than just enhance a homes appearance By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News For the past six months, the Mid-South has been inundated with near-record rainfall levels. Many homeowners are now used to...

46. Archived Article - For a bread, bagels have cause a lot of commotion. That crazy, circular, chewy, cousin of a roll is sweeping the country slathered with cream chesse, substituted for sandwich bread, or munched with coffee en route to offices. Bagel bonanza Whether b...

47. Archived Article: Standout (wood) Lj - lj 10/5 cates U of M professor appointed to NASD advisory board By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News A University of Memphis professor soon will serve as a window to academe for the National Association of Securities Dealers and the NASDAQ Stock Market ...