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Memphis Everyday Lifestyle
Women's lifestyles reflect the beauty and inspirations around them. We are well aware of the power of a great book, a visually stunning piece of art and a fabulous vacation. Each inspires in a way that nothing else can. That's what you'll fine here: art, books and travel. We hope you are rightly inspired!
Carly Pearce is turning heartbreak on its head with her newly released music collection, 29. Meet the candid country music star who’s not afraid to sing her truth. Image: John Shearer
Ed Nash moved from London to America to be an art dealer, but he quickly realized his calling was that of an artist. Find out more about this beloved Southern artist.
From stress eating to overspending, people have definitely picked up some habits during the pandemic that may not be in their best interest. We consulted experts across the South to find out how to reverse some of the habits so we emerge happy and healthy on the other side.
The world of art is constantly changing, and it encompasses a plethora of mediums. Here are three Kentucky artists who are making waves in their local art scenes.
Online is a new way to buy art, and it is a strange, new experience, according to Erin Wright. Alongside friend and artist Nancy Cheairs, these women are changing the way people buy and experience art through their business, Binder Projects.
When the mayor of New Orleans canceled the Mardi Gras parades due to COVID, an off-the-cuff idea turned into an all-out movement. Find out how Krewe of House Floats may have just saved Mardi Gras.
Kim Willson uses her eye for pop-fashion to transform vintage cigarette and candy machines into tiny worlds of nostalgic delight. Meet our newest FACE of Memphis — and take a look at her spectacular works of art!
This pre-Covid Valentine’s Day wedding made of dreamy red and pink hues is a sight to behold. A Dallas couple tied the knot with a guest list of 400 in one of the most stunning winter weddings we’ve ever seen.
Tom Lee Park is undergoing major changes. Here’s what to expect from the four planned “zones.”