Fusing the history of Memphis with a sustainable vision for the future, this week’s FACE of Memphis is helping to build a city that’s growing greener from the roots up.
She is helping her hometown of Memphis come together and see the city in a whole new way. Meet Denise Parnell, Explore Bike Share’s Community Engagement Manager.
Rich in history and peppered with culinary hotspots and fun shopping, Downtown Memphis’ Front Street is making an exciting comeback! Image: Old Dominick
Virginia Murphy wants to hear your story — and then she wants to show it to you. The founder of Playback Memphis, Virginia and her theatrical company use audience members’ own words to shape a spontaneous, interactive and truly one-of-a-kind dramatic experience.
Meet a Memphian who has spent her career focusing on what makes urban spaces reach their potential — the newest president and CEO of the Memphis River Parks Partnership and this week’s FACE of Memphis, Carol Coletta.
Ridgeway Middle School’s Natasha Medford and Kingsbury Elementary’s Emily Taubken are two educators demonstrating the invaluable role of dedicated teachers for Memphis students. Meet this week’s FACES of Memphis.
Karen Eskin has energy, passion and ability that are hard to match. After facing unexpected catastrophe, she used all of those talents to give back to the people who helped her through her most difficult days – all while finishing her MBA, starting a business and wrangling three children. Meet this week’s incredibly organized FACE…
Whatever your vision of a corrections facility, Patricia Melton will change it. Meet the leader of Shelby County’s inmate education and vocational programs.
This chemical engineer is now the Head Distiller of Old Dominick Distillery and she’s changing the landscape for women in the spirits industry. Meet Alex Castle.
From modern and custom home decor to garden and outdoor furniture to antiques, gathering spaces, art studios and even a cafe, Palladio has it all!