Carin Malone, aka Writeous Soul, is a poet and spoken word performer who calls Memphis her home. She is a prominent performer not only in the city, but throughout the country. A spoken word performer is more than someone who reads their poetry on stage. They take the words they crafted together and breathe life […]
Memphis makes the list of underrated places to travel in the U.S. and abroad during winter.
Honor Black History Month with these events as we approach the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination.
The Muddy’s Bake Shop “Pucker Up” cake made the roundup of the 50 best cakes in the 50 best states.
When it comes to launching a black-owned business in a city with strong growth prospects, Memphis, Tennessee, has been recognized twice in the last four months as the spot.
Ardent’s history is deep, going on 50 years and more. As soon as you walk through its unassuming doors, you’re immediately taken in by the breadth of music that was willed into existence within its three studio rooms.
As far Cynthia Daniels is concerned, she is in the best position possible. As creator of Memphis Black Restaurant Week, not only does she get the chance to assist black owned restaurateurs in obtaining exposure throughout the metropolitan Memphis area, but she also gets to partake in their delicious dishes. “It is almost a guilty […]
A recent report by Blacktech Week that used data from the U.S. Census Bureau Statistics Data and Kauffman Foundation’s 2017 Index for Startup Activity revealed that Memphis is among the top three cities where black-owned businesses are thriving.
To help patients decide where to receive care, U.S. News evaluates data on nearly 5,000 hospitals in 16 adult specialties, 9 adult procedures and conditions and 10 pediatric specialties. To be nationally ranked in a specialty, a hospital must excel in caring for the sickest, most medically complex patients.
Situated high on a bluff on the Mississippi River, the city of Memphis packs a historical punch: It was a pre-Civil War way station on the Underground Railroad; birthplace of blues, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll; a Civil Rights landmark; and home to Graceland, Al Green’s Full Gospel Tabernacle church, and the barbecue cooking world […]
A shortlist of 15 exciting and creative adaptive reuse projects from across the world has been selected by our panel of judges including Michael and Patty Hopkins, Lyndon Neri and Timothy Brittain-Catlin