Cole Bradley

Cole Bradley is an applied anthropologist with a focus in business and community development. Cole is a life-long Memphian, stand-up comic, and all-around "creative" who enjoys hyphens and is trying to post more on Twitter. Follow them @stockingofcole.
Feature StoryA mirrored exterior at the Rendezvous shipping facility in the Pinch District reflect historic buildings. (Ziggy Mack)
Feature StoryThe Uptown Burger features two beef patties, cheese, onions, peppers, and jalapenos grilled to perfection.  (Cole Bradley)
Feature StoryMadison Taper, winner of the girls' ages 8 to 15 division, shows off her new Fluxus skateboard. Fluxus boards are made in Memphis and are designed by local artists. (Shelda Edwards)
Feature StoryAn Uptown resident adds her priorities to a list of possible new developments. (Community Redevelopment Agency)
Feature StoryLaura Wheeler has worked at Westy's for one year. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Westy’s turns 35 as The Pinch turns a corner


Feature StoryApplause and cheers erupted as the first of the trolleys was guided out of the garage and onto Main St. to await the ribbon cutting. (Shelda Edwards)

Main Street trolleys hit the tracks again


Feature StoryValerie Peavy, owner of the Office @ Uptown, poses for a portrait. Her cafe opened in 2013. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Welcome to Uptown, the biggest small town in Memphis


Feature StoryMaggie Louie, founder of DEV/CON DETECT.

Memphis-based tech startup takes hackers to court


Feature StoryAgape team member Marquis McPherson talks to parents at Whitehaven's A. Maceo Walker Middle School about Agape's community and school-based services. (Submitted)
Feature StoryMarc Gasol chooses a plant at the Chandler Park rehab. (Rebecca Hutchinson)
Feature StoryRoshun Austin, president and CEO of The Works, Inc., a South Memphis nonprofit.

Urban forest II: Growing a green giant in South Memphis


Featured PostMike Larrivee works with students from the Bridge Builders program at a December 9 planting event.
Feature StoryStudents at Frayser Elementary learn exercises that promote understanding and emotional stability. (Courtesy Playback Memphis)
Feature StoryFrancis Wright, c. 1825, the year she founded the Nashoba Community.