Development NewsBusiness as usual at Kemet Nu bookstore in 1995. (Submitted)

Kemet Nu, Soulsville's bookstore, to re-open as internet cafe

Feature StoryBaby Grand principals Dan Price and Ben Colar (Averell Mondie)
Feature StoryQuavisa Henderson, owner of ElectroLyfe, poses for a portrait behind the counter. (Brandon Dahlberg)
Development NewsTHDA DPA program event March 20
Development NewsDave's Bagels Dave Scott

New bagel shop on the way to Midtown

Feature StoryA customer plays a racing game on one of the stations at Game oN, located inside the Southland Mall. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Game oN video game lounge takes Whitehaven to the next level

Feature Story Paisley Hall, built in 1910.

This place in history: The top 10 most unique houses in Memphis

Feature StoryJess Vanderberg wears a cross-hatch chambray shirt from the Button Brigade. (Nate Packard)
Feature StoryElizabeth Frey, Marilyn Trigg, and John Maurer of the Dorcas Society of St. Peter's Catholic Church play pool at the underground bomb shelter. (University of Memphis special collections)

The 'ritziest bomb shelter in the South' sits abandoned in Memphis

Feature StoryYancy Villa-Calvo speaks with Memphians about the city's opportunities for growth.
Development NewsCourtni Johnson Jaybear Bake Shop

Sisters opening new bake shop in Bartlett

Development NewsMulticultural and International Career Expo
Feature StoryMiles Tamboli

Opinion: If it’s food security you want, grow your own food. Seriously.

Development NewsForum Flats

Affordable apartments to be built near FedEx Forum

Development News431 S. Main St.

Historic South Main renovation lures new office tenant

Innovation & Job NewsChris Peterson was hired as the farm manager for the Alpha Omega Veteran Services urban farm. Memphis Tilth will partner with AOVS for three years to get the farm up and running and to train veterans on managing the operation.

Former U.S. Army supply depot "reclaimed" as urban farm for veterans

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