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.
Memphis Neighborhood Guide
Memphis neighborhoods are diverse and offer many unique qualities for the life you want to lead. Whether you are looking to visit Memphis, move to Memphis or know more about your city, this is a great place to start! If you want to shop or dine in a specific neighborhood, look at SB Guide or download the free SB App in the Apple store HERE.
Greenway, Greenline … aren’t they the same thing? Nope! And today we’re going to explain the difference and why they’re both Memphis treasures!
Memphis is an incredible city, full of fun places to eat and play.
The transformation of Memphis’ much-loved Shelby Farms Park is almost complete. See what’s new in this urban oasis!
Take our short quiz to see where you rank when it comes to all things Memphis!
Overton Square is at full capacity, which means it’s full of fun for the whole family. Here’s what’s new since we last featured this Midtown neighborhood!
Warmer weather brings fresh produce, which is found at your local farmers markets. Here is your complete guide to navigate the Memphis farmers market scene.
If you haven’t been to South Main lately, you’ll love the hustle and flow of this revitalized neighborhood.
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
If you’re looking to start a new yoga regimen or perhaps try a new place in town, here are the best Memphis yoga options to get you started. Image: Collierville Yoga
Merry Christmas, Memphis! As you gear up for the big day, join us for a tour of Memphis’ most zany, most beautiful and all-around most awesome holiday light displays. Have a great Christmas Eve!
First Sprouts Farmers Market, next a tricked-out Kroger, then a brand new Whole Foods Market … and finally Trader Joe’s. Finally! Find out why Germantown is the place to be for not just new grocery chains, but also droves of new, young residents who want the best of both the urban and suburban worlds.
There are SO many murals in Memphis, but here are a few of our favorites. Check them out here, and then head out to see them for yourself!
This East Memphis home designed by Lee Pruitt seamlessly blends classic masterpieces with European-inspired design.
If asked to single out the one neighborhood that best represents a uniquely “Memphis” setting, most would point to Central Gardens in Midtown. Don’t miss this historic neighborhood’s 39th Annual Home & Garden Tour.
Little Free Libraries are popping up all over the place. For those who have wondered what’s with the little houses filled with books, here’s the backstory and how you can get an LFL in your community. Image credit: BookusBinder via Flickr CC
We may be flatlanders in West Tennessee, but there are several nearby places offering hiking and other outdoor activities.
It’s got all the charm of a small Tennessee town—complete with a beautiful square. And summer is the perfect time to get to know Collierville.
There’s a lot to love in February: Memphis Happenings 2015
In December 1939, Atlanta glittered with three days of star-studded events celebrating Gone With the Wind’s world premiere. As the setting of the story and the home of author Margaret Mitchell, Atlanta offers fans the ultimate destination to discover more about the writer, the book, the movie and the world that inspired them all. Here are some…
Gather ’round with family and friends at these holiday happenings in Memphis.
Celebrate the blessing of each day throughout this eventful month.
The Broad Avenue Arts District is a distinctively Memphis neighborhood for arts and entertainment, dining and shopping. Read about one amazing boutique that just opened last week, a new farm-to-table restaurant coming soon, a variety of artists’ studios … and more!
Read today for a sampling of Memphis’ well-kept secrets and fun facts.