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MEMFix offers ideas in community improvement to east MemphisRead Article

Hilton in East Memphis

Independent bookstore to replace Booksellers at LaurelwoodRead Article

One of the city’s most popular bookstores, The Booksellers at Laurelwood, shut down in February at the Laurelwood Shopping Center on Poplar Avenue in East Memphis. That same space will welcome a new bookstore, Novel, for a grand opening by late summer.

Tootsie Bell's silversmith work is a rarity in MemphisRead Article

Tootsie Bell has created custom jewelry and repaired a variety of silver items since opening her business Tootsie Bell silversmith/jeweler in 1995.

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East Memphis is known as the city’s second central business district outside of Downtown. As a commercial district, its powerhouse is the Poplar corridor. Poplar Avenue is a staple of Memphis business and retail with 7.7 million square-feet of premium office space, and retail hubs such as the Oak Court Mall, Laurelwood Shopping Center, Poplar Plaza. East Memphis offers a host of entertainment options, including restaurants, nightlife, and green spaces like the popular Audubon Park and Memphis Botanic Garden.

Local leaders from the Muslim community assist at the Thistle & Bee farm.

Sound & Color: MLGW hoax, 1968 sanitation workers speak out

Park & Cherry Dixon Gallery

CFY Catering leads reinvention of Dixon's Park + Cherry cafe

Memhis 3.0 event Ballet Memphis

Memphis 3.0 event maps early progress

New Holiday Inn near Winchester Road

Long-stalled hotel projects finally getting off the ground

Sierra Club event featuring MATA

Conservationists offer green solutions to Memphis public transit

Novel Bookstore

Independent bookstore to replace Booksellers at Laurelwood

Posters created by junior Janiya Douglas have amplified student voices about the culture of discipline in White Station High School.

How one Memphis student is elevating the conversation about school discipline

Ono Poke

Healthy Hawaiian ‘Ono Poke coming to Memphis


Tootsie Bell's silversmith work is a rarity in Memphis

Art Therapy

Memphis combines art and therapy in growing field


Babcock Gifts leaves its 26-year-old location


Gourmet meals to go coming to East Memphis in December


PizzaRev enters the Memphis market with three stores

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