Whether you prefer your ribs dry or wet, or just love to sink your teeth into a pulled pork sandwich or barbecue nachos, one thing is clear: Memphis has more than its fair share of excellent barbecue restaurants.
It’s a small world and we’re all connected, even standing six feet apart or hunkered down for safety in our homes. It’s one of the lessons learned from the COVID-19 virus. So it’s no surprise a singer and songwriter in Memphis was moved to help fund a field hospital, some 5,000 miles away.
Photographer Jamie Harmon’s portrait series depicts Memphis residents in stasis – frozen at a window sill or door stoop, their lives trapped in an uncertain moment in time
Just a month ago, rap was introduced to its latest star, Memphis rapper Jucee Froot, by way of her hard-hitting major label debut Black Sheep.
Who says you need a music venue — or even a live audience — to host a rock show? In light of COVID-19, Memphis musicians and music makers from all over the world have been posting up online via Facebook or Instagram Live to offer their fans a live look in at their new reality. […]