Whitehaven

Whitehaven family-run pharmacy & herbal medicine shop freshens upRead Article

Dr. Charles Champion was the first African-American pharmacist at John Gaston Hospital which is now known as Regional One Health. He’s now 86 years old and still comes in to the pharmacy most afternoons to help his daughters who are the pharmacists employed at Champion’s Pharmacy and ...
The Guest House at Graceland

$92 million Guest House at Graceland opens to publicRead Article

Unmarked Memphis I: Mummies, a fatal orphanage and legal prostitutionRead Article

 A trained eye can show you the weird and wonderful underground history of Memphis.
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Whitehaven is the largest neighborhood in South Memphis. It’s a majority African-American, middle class neighborhood with high homeownership and community involvement. Whitehaven is home to Graceland, the second most visited attraction in the U.S., and the city’s first enclosed mall, Southland Mall. A $40 million improvement to Elvis Presley Boulevard along with new business investment is the next step for the community. While smaller business are common, the neighborhood is hoping to attract more upscale and large-scale retailers and restaurants to support its growing culture and economy.

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