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Open house at the Artesian Residences, Memphis, TN. 10/15/2015

Memphis in May BBQ Fest situated in Tom Lee Park on the Mississippi river bank west of Riverside Drive.

Helen Ann Smith at Harlem House, Beale St, Memphis, TN, c. 1950. [autographed] photo by Ernest Withers. Harlem House diner was right next to the New Daisy theater.

Heather Duke is obviously rich. She wants nothing more than to live in a trendy house. So she makes her parents remodel the staircase going upstairs. Plus peak the green accent wall and the green vase. Obviously Heather Duke's color before taking the color red.

"Ye lovers of the picturesque, away and see/ Beautiful Balmoral, near by the River Dee." In 1878, William McGonall walked on foot 50 miles from Dundee to Balmoral Castle to request an audience with Queen Victoria - only to be turned away when he arrived.


Elvis in the Beginning: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer

PHOTO Alfred Wertheimer,July 4, 1956. ---Asleep on the the train journey back home to Memphis. I call this One Eyed Jack. It reminds me of Walter Huston in the film 'The Treasure of Sierra Madre' — the tale of three distrusting prospectors in Mexico — in which he sleeps with one eye open and then the other closed. You don't know it at the time, but the character he plays is blind in one eye.

If I had my way, and had fashioned my own little Shangri-La of insanity, then Slovenian design duo Kitsch Nitsch would be my personal interior stylists. They'd design my very own palatial estate...

Linlithgow Palace, Scotland: The building of this magnificent palace, begun by James I in 1425, continued for over a century and it became a favourite royal residence – James V was born here in 1512, as was his daughter Mary (later Queen of Scots) in 1542, and Bonnie Prince Charlie visited briefly in 1745... Read more:

"ALWAYS!" Music video by Saliva performing Always. (C) 2002 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Craigievar Castle is a pinkish harled castle six miles (10 km) south of Alford, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the seat of Clan Sempill and the Forbes family resided here for 350 years until 1963, when the property was gifted to the National Trust for Scotland.