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Feature StoryTonya Dyson, local entrepreneur and founder of The Word sings between acts and encourages local artists to promote themselves and upcoming events.

Feature StoryFred Davis, longtime Orange Mound resident and activist, stands for a portrait at his insurance office on Airways Boulevard. Davis is a person of firsts: he opened one of the first black insurance agencies in the South, he served as the first black M

Feature StoryStephanie Love stands in front at Whitney Elementary in Frayser, which residents say is negatively affected by a nearby landfill.

Community activists affect change in Frayser and North Memphis



Feature StoryThe exterior of Stylist Salon, a locally-owned business in Frayser.

Locally-owned business brings jobs back to Frayser



Feature StoryDr. Sarah Petschonek at Volunteer Odyssey's Downtown office (Jeff Hulett)

Feature StoryThe hops grown at Agricenter International will be tested for their quality.

Mid-South farming experiment pursues a truly a local beer



Feature StoryCheerleaders take a moment between the action at the Melrose High School homecoming pep rally. (Andrea Morales)

Feature StoryNokomis McElroy stands for a portrait in Orange Mound. (Andrea Morales)

Feature StoryAccelerator programs hosted by organizations such as EPICenter Memphis, Memphis Bioworks and Start Co., help entrepreneurs launch businesses and   connect them with pathways to capital. To date, EPICenter has raised more than $16 million in capital.

Feature StoryOwner and chef Octavia Young behind the counter at Midtown Crossing Grill.

Feature StoryClub patrons dance and vogue as part of a Kiki Ball at Club Memphis.

Orange Mound club serves the black LGBTQ community



Feature Story The Captain Harris house, built in 1898, is one of dozens of properties available for short-term rental in Cooper-Young, the city's most commonly listed neighborhood on the site.

Memphis sees 80% growth in Airbnb visitor stays over past year



Feature StoryKristin fox-Trautman and Charlena Branch working with food at Kaleidocope Kitchen in Binghampton.

Feature StoryLee Crumb serves up his beef tamales offered in either hot or mild, at Pop's Hot Tamales on Park Avenue.

Feature StoryThe latest chapter in the effort to tap into the Fairgrounds' potential started in 2015, when the Coliseum Coalition was founded. Its goal was to restore the idle structure to its former glory.
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