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A harrowing experience in her youth gave her the heart of a fighter and led her to pursue a career in law. Meet Leslie Gattas Coleman!
Erica Stiff-Coopwood is all about growth, whether intellectual, relational or metropolitan. And she is moving the city forward as the Junior League’s President-Elect.
Sue Layman Lightman quit her PR career and suddenly found happiness in painting. Fast-forward 10 years, and her art career and gallery are thriving. We’re thrilled to feature her as today’s FACE of Memphis!
Sometimes the most heartwarming wedding moments come from handwritten vows, handmade details, pets as wedding party members and a focus on family and friends.
From her creative magazine work to Grizzlies fandom to jumping horses in Ireland, she is a jack-of-all-trades. Meet Editor and Publisher Melissa Petersen!
She’s breathing new life into the cultural fabric of Crosstown and beyond, one artist and one creative project at a time. Meet Emily Harris Halpern of Crosstown Arts.
A harrowing experience in her youth gave her the heart of a fighter and led her to pursue a career in law. Meet today’s FACE of Memphis, Leslie Gattas Coleman!
From teaching to painting to candlestick-making, Mary Claire White has done it all. But everything truly fell into place when she became a shop owner.
She is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, current Chief Communications Officer for the City of Memphis and a self-professed sci-fi “nerd.” Get to know Ursula Madden as today’s FACE of Memphis.
This powerhouse realtor sets herself apart with “hustle and heart,” her motto and the winning personality combo that puts smiles on her clients’ faces.
Claudia Towell’s work with Latino Memphis contributes to the empowerment of thousands of individuals, families and communities throughout the Bluff City.
She has many degrees, and she’s putting them to good use on behalf of Memphians. Meet Dr. Wendy Likes, Dean of the College of Nursing at UTHSC and today’s FACE of Memphis.
From being partnered off in fifth grade cotillion classes to becoming best friends at Ole Miss, this couple was destined to be together.
Through yoga and entrepreneurship, Olivia Lomax inspires her students and other Memphians to not only breathe a little deeper, but also to realize their dreams.
From vaudeville and rock and roll to a church headquarters and now luxury apartments, the Hotel Chisca is as rich and complex as the cultural fabric of Memphis itself.
Her altruistic spirit and fundraising prowess has led to the expansion of services for families battling devastating childhood illnesses. Meet Jessica Corley, today’s FACE of Memphis.
Dresses by Beg+Borrow and jewelry by Brave Designs are crafted right here in the Bluff City by fellow Memphians. Meet the makers of these two made-in-Memphis brands, and find out where to shop the look.
Bourbon is a uniquely American spirit, and it’s the ultimate drink for this season’s chilly evenings. We’ve got three bourbon-based cocktail recipes to celebrate fall!
For almost two decades, Certified Professional Midwife Amy Stewart-Banbury has helped hundreds of Mid-South moms bring their children into the world. Today we’re thrilled to introduce her as our newest FACE of Memphis.
South Main’s Red Velvet Vintage brings a taste of retro style to Memphis fashion.
She’s leading the charge to ensure every child in Shelby County has their own home library. Meet Jamila Wicks, today’s FACE of Memphis!
Working at the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis is just one way Sutton Mora Hayes is working toward a brighter future in Memphis. Find out what inspires her and more in today’s FACES article.
Memphis, meet your makers! These three women are part of the city’s maker movement and its new initiative committed to growing that movement.
A history buff, attorney Susie Bjorklund can trace her family’s roots in Memphis back to the 1870s. Meet today’s fascinating FACE and learn what she loves about Bluff City!
Lurene Kelly is a former TV reporter who now manages communications and special projects for the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office. Find out her favorite piece of advice, her guilty pleasures and more in today’s FACES of Memphis article.
Memphis entrepreneur Angela Copeland is an author, podcaster and newspaper columnist who helps her clients channel their strengths to find their dream jobs. Find out why we wanted her as today’s FACE of Memphis!
Meet Midtowner Katie Midgley, a powerhouse whose work helps support the most vulnerable of Memphians. She is today’s FACE of Memphis!
Anna Mullins has built dual careers around sharing the stories of the people and projects that are moving Memphis forward. Today, we’re excited to share HER story with you!
Creativity, patience and passion are what gave Amy Wells the confidence to forge her path as a jewelry designer. Meet today’s fascinating FACE of Memphis!
It’s patio season in Memphis, so get ready to enjoy an adult beverage al fresco, and you don’t even have to book a babysitter! (Seriously!)
Rouse your inner bargain hunter at one of these five secondhand shopping hot spots.
Crosstown Concourse is on schedule to open in 2017 as a mixed-use urban village. Till then, though, here’s what’s to love about this Memphis neighborhood. Image: Crosstown Concourse