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Memphis Pride: A New Historical Marker, and Four Who Are Making a Difference

Memphis Pride: A New Historical Marker, and Four Who Are Making a Difference

"Memphis' Stonewall" Halloween was once the only time a man could get away with dressing in drag in Memphis. That's because a 1967 city

Bridging the Gap

The Community Foundation has fueled solutions in Memphis for 50 years.
Dreams of Kamp Kiwani get Kailey Hilton through the school year.  The camp is about 75 miles east of Memphis on a massive 1,250-acre

By Air and By Land! Memphis Football Goes for Glory

We measure eras differently when it comes to University of Memphis football. Can three years possibly represent an "era" in Tiger history? In the

The Recycling Crisis

Where does it go? What happens to it when it gets there? Does recycling have a future?
It was one of those disconcerting moments where the reality you've accepted for years seems to evaporate in the blink of an eye. In

Abortion Battle Lines

With new restrictive legislation on the horizon, local pro-choice and anti-abortion advocates ramp up the fight.
If abortion had not been an option for former addict Ashley Howell when she unexpectedly got pregnant two years ago, she might have relapsed.

Brian Banks and the Road to Redemption

Director Tom Shadyac’s comeback picture is made in Memphis.
In 2007, Tom Shadyac fell off his bike. "I thought everything was fine, but within a few hours, everything wasn't fine," he recalls. "I

"Do the Work": Memphis Fire Director Gina Sweat's Tough Road to the Top

As a little girl, fighting fires didn't exist in Gina Sweat's reality, nor in her imagination or her worldview. Her reality was scooping ice into

On the Clock: Memphis Animals Who Put in a Day's Work

[image-13] My three dogs haven't worked a day in their lives. Unless you consider napping, eating, and demanding lovin's work. That's my oldest boy, Doogie

Bluff City Law: Here's How They Got to Memphis

In 1991, John Grisham published his second novel, The Firm. The lawyer-turned-author's tautly written legal thriller about a naive young man's experience with a

Malco Announces "Throwback Thursday" Film Series


MATA Bus Drivers Sue for Alleged Unpaid Overtime

OUTMemphis, TEP Host Mayoral Town Halls


Groups Want Tennessee DA Disbarred on Anti-LGBTQ Stance

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