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Looking for recordings from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s? Look no further, especially for vintage blues, soul and R&B, along with newer music on tape and CD. You will also find some unusual souvenir items here, such as the bricks from the original Stax recording studio. If you are in Memphis on Labor Day (the first Monday in September), check out the Shangri-La Shindig, one of the best parties in town.
Maggie's Pharm is the go-to destination for natural products for the body and home in Memphis. They have an assortment of essential oils, herbs, spices, candles, and other items that are hard to find. Whether you're looking for medicinal herbs, or luxurious, natural bath products, you'll find what you're looking for at this store. It's a great place to go for gifts, or just to experience some amazing scents!
This mall has a nice selection of antique furniture, silver tea sets, jewelry and the usual items found in antique malls, but some of the newer items are of equal interest. Palladio is, for example, the exclusive Memphis-area dealer of those charming Gault miniatures of Parisian and provincial French buildings. Join the mailing list and the store will let you know when new shipments come in. Shipping is available, with free delivery in the Memphis area. Located inside the shop, Café Palladio offers sandwiches, soups and salads. Lunch is served Monday through Saturday from 11a-4p, and the café can also be booked for private parties.
Burke's has been on the Memphis scene for over 125 years, and it is still a favorite, especially when John Grisham pays a visit to sign his latest best-seller. Though not as large as the super-stores, it features a carefully selected assortment of new books, as well as first editions and "previously loved" volumes. This is the kind of shop book lovers will browse for hours. Burke's is now creating a presence online as well, with collectible and autographed copies available to those who prefer to browse the Web.
This shop specializes in country charm. At Ivy's you can find those large oak tables that started life in someone's farmhouse kitchen or a country cupboard to display your Fiestaware. Ivy's has a particularly good collection of wood chairs of all types, from American ladder back to French provincial. You will be captivated by the mirrors in handcrafted frames and the delightful little dressing tables for your boudoir. This popular midtown shop has recently started carrying a line of bamboo furniture just right for your porch or patio.
Whether you're looking for a poodle skirt from the 1950s or a lava lamp from the 1970s, this exciting shop is the place to start. Both kitsch and designer goods from the past century are featured in this store, which stands by itself on Central Avenue near the Mid-South Fairgrounds. The best finds at Flashback are the European Deco items from the first half of the 1900s. You really never know what you might find, and that's a lot of the fun.