Cindy Cogbill went from coordinating one of the largest international music conferences to bringing a world of live music options to her own hometown, Memphis, TN.
They always say not to mix art and commerce, but this founder and advocate knows that doing so is an essential step to a vital city. Meet this week’s synergistic FACE of Memphis, Whitney Hardy!
Odds are you’ve seen many local homes that were built by this woman’s company. Meet Karen Garner, owner of Magnolia Homes and our newest FACE of Memphis!
From the elegance of Dîner en Blanc, to the halls of law school and the hustle of Spincult, you’ll find this week’s FACE of Memphis doing it all!
Chassidy Jade began making videos at age 15 and now directs a Memphis collective to help other creatives expand their reach. Get to know today’s new FACE!
The Orpheum Theatre is 90 years old and more dynamic than ever. Learn about the incredible history of this Memphis landmark.
Penelope Huston loves telling a story and now gets to share the ongoing narrative of Memphis with residents and visitors from all over the world.
From Carolina to Tennessee, Liz Brasher has always followed her musical soul. Meet this Beale Street Music Fest artist and this week’s FACE of Memphis!
Memphis is truly one-of-a-kind, and these 10 people, places, and products are just as unique as the city that made them.
Her bylines appear in publications all over the country, but with MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, Wendi C. Thomas puts the issues that impact Memphis on the national map and in historic context.