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Feature StoryTea products packaged by Ele & Ivy Tea Company.

Black-owned business gift guide: Food, fitness and beauty

Feature StoryLos estudiantes hablan y comen una merienda del mediodía. (Cole Bradley)

Feature StorySummer Avenue, cerca de National Street, ha sido un importante rincón para el comercio desde fines del siglo XIX. (Andrew Breig)

Summer Avenue se renueva como distrito internacional

Feature StoryNovel Unique provides custom jewelry and clothing

Black-owned business gift guide: Art, accessories and apparel

Feature StoryMany students of the Carpenter Art Garden have been participating in its programs since they were in pre-school. They consider themselves "members." (Kirstin Cheers)

Feature StoryDr. Phil Baker, founder of Good Shepherd Pharmacy, poses for a photo at the nonprofit pharmacy. (submitted)

Feature StoryShelby County Mayor Lee Harris high-fives Elmo at a December 4 press conference to announce a new partnership with Sesame Street in Communities. (Ziggy Mack)

Feature StoryA view of the renovated Garden Flats apartment complex. (Submitted)

Feature StoryJohn Young, a JIFF graduate and now full time employee for Sweet LaLa's, earned the nickname "Dr. Sprinkles". (Submitted)

Bakery that employs at-risk youth expands to East Memphis storefront

Feature Storyfood this one

Video: A taste of the world from Summer Avenue

Feature StoryHusband and wife Nancy and Patricio Gonzalez carry equipment to the Gaisman Community Center at the end of game day. They are the directors and coaches of Illegal Arts Memphis soccer league. (Natalie Eddings)

What smart neighborhoods can learn from The Heights

Feature StoryJunior Challengers are seen participating in a team building activity at their November 2018 workshop centered around what it means to be politically engaged as a teen in their community. (Submitted)

Feature StoryThe vacant barber shop at 769 National Street was topped with a sign made from repurposed Christmas lights and the boards that once shuttered the windows. (Markus Mueller)

Vacant barbershop reopens as space for art and community

Feature StoryBaptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis is training emergency room personnel to better assess, identify and respond to elder abuse through a curriculum it plans to share with all Shelby County hospitals. (Submitted)
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