Colleen Arceneaux was making pancakes with her 10-year-old daughter, Hayley, when she remembered that Hayley had been limping a bit. “Hey, let me take a look at your knee,” she said. Moments later, she gasped. There was a lump. It didn’t feel like just any old lump. And that is how this story began. It […]
The future of water filtration in a world clamoring for more clean water and less carbon emissions may be rice hulls being processed inside a nondescript Olive Branch plant. The work began in March with deliveries of 750-pound bales of hulls to Glanris on Wildwood Drive off Hacks Cross Road. On a recent afternoon, batches […]
After a beloved, long-time local bookstore shut its doors in 2017, Memphians rallied, resulting in the launch of Novel. This community-focused bookstore is locally owned and operated, and they are very engaged and involved with Memphis residents and visitors.
With its fresh acquisition of the Tri-State Bank of Memphis, Liberty Bank and Trust Co. has positioned itself to become the nation’s first Black-owned bank with about $1 billion in assets. New Orleans-based Liberty announced its purchase of Tri-State in an all-cash transaction for an undisclosed amount. As of the most recent acquisition, Liberty will have about $965 million in […]
Memphis native Katori Hall was awarded a Pulitzer Prize Friday, June 11 in the 2021 drama category for her latest work “The Hot Wing King.” She’s also a previous Olivier Award winner and a two-time Tony-nominee. “The Hot Wing King” premiered in spring 2020. “A funny, deeply felt consideration of Black masculinity and how it […]