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Memphian to Meet: Logan Guleff

January 29, 2015

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By Regina Lucreziano Masterchef Junior is a cooking competition on FOX where children between the ages of 8 and 13 compete for $100,000 and the title of Masterchef Junior. This past season’s winner, Logan Guleff, is a 12-year old Midtown native who wowed the judges and viewers alike with his impeccable cooking ability.  I had […]

Memphian to Meet: Jerome Hardaway

December 1, 2014

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By: Christian Warren This past month, Memphians and individuals from across the country extended their support of Veterans. We saluted them at the Veterans Day Parade. We gave them a standing ovation during the Grizzlies/Lakers game. We gave them discounts at local restaurants and said “thank you” to every Veteran we came across. However sincere […]

Memphian to Meet: Andrea Everett

October 28, 2014

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By: Shelby Smith With a three-year anniversary of the online, women’s clothing shop, A Thrifty Steal under her up-cycled belt, Andrea Everett, senior Fashion Merchandising major at the University of Memphis, continues to gain recognition for her vintage finds. A Thrifty Steal made its debut in October of 2011 after Everett had a change of heart […]

Memphian to Meet: Taylor Payne

October 26, 2014

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By: Kendra Lyons 24-year-old William Taylor Payne, (“T Payne” as most of his friends call him), is a born and raised Memphian. He has lived here for most of his life except he went to Ole Miss for a semester, “partied too much and had to come home.” Following his return to Memphis, he moved to […]

Memphian to Meet: Karen Lebovitz

October 26, 2014

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By: Kendra Lyons Otherlands is an oasis in the heart of Memphis; an escape from the norm and social expectations I find myself experiencing during the daily grind; a place where I can just be myself, unapologetically. I’ve been to Otherlands countless times to work, eat, get my caffeine fix, and socialize, but when I walked […]

Memphian to Meet: Mitch Buckner

September 30, 2014

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By Kendra Lyons Tamp & Tap, located on Gayoso downtown across from the Peabody, has become a favorite work and chill spot among those of us at theGRIND. With its low-key atmosphere, unique food and drink options, eclectic music scene, and friendly servers, Tamp & Tap is a no-brainer when it comes to choosing where […]

Memphian to Meet: Rick Trotter

September 30, 2014

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Article and Photography by Kendra Lyons Rick Trotter knew he had a voice that needed to be heard when he moved to Memphis in 2005 to accept a job with Worship Ministry. His goal was to bridge the gaps in Memphis- age, gender, socioeconomic, and racial gaps- but he never would have guessed that almost […]