Born in Memphis less than a week after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ephie Johnson always felt she had a calling to help her city. As an artist, entrepreneur and CEO of Neighborhood Christian Centers, she now heeds that call every day.
People often compare starting a new business to birthing a child. Libby Ware Wunderlich literally did both on the same weekend. Meet this week’s FACE of Memphis, the local hospitality pro behind Bar Ware.
When you want a perfectly prepared prime cut at home, take these tips from Folk’s Folly’s own Chef Max.
As the editor and head writer behind the I Love Memphis blog and its social media presence, Holly Whitfield both shares and shapes the changing landscape of the city and its perception at home and beyond.
Beg & Borrow offers up a custom clothing experience in a fun — albeit temporary — South Main space.
Before deciding to pursue a career in law, Anne Mathes felt drawn to the problem-solving of science and the social service of education. She now applies all of those interests as the Executive Director of the Community Legal Center.
Have questions about Puck Food Hall’s new dining concept? We talk to the people behind it, showcase its wide range of options and offer a few insider tips on how to have your best first (or third or ninth) visit.
Taking on the newly created role of COO at Church Health after 22 years of service, Jenny Bartlett-Prescott is shaping the future of the Memphis community’s care. Find out more about this dynamic and dedicated woman.
Two local women are looking to build a stronger local food infrastructure through their nonprofit, 275 Food Project. Learn more about this impactful initiative and how it’s benefiting Memphis.
She grew up with an awareness of the challenges faced by Memphians living in poverty. Read about how Roshun Austin is creating a community that lifts up its residents.