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Feature StoryDorothy Collier introduces Molly Farrell of Maggie Louise Bridal at an August meeting of the Rising Tide Society. (Kristen Archer)

Feature StoryA cardboard Elvis display in front of various signs at Boulevard Souvenirs. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Feature StoryGirls from Memphis Area Youth Association youth group, which is made up of students in 5th through 7th grade, perform one of their routines. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Feature StoryMultimedia artist Lawrence Matthews of The Collective talks with Dr. David Acey, professor of African-American rhetoric and creator of Africa in April at Black Resistance Opening Reception hosted by The Brooks programmed by The CLTV. (Ashley Bend)

Feature StoryMarc Gasol chooses a plant at the Chandler Park rehab. (Rebecca Hutchinson)

Feature StoryJohnathan Bush, 7, examines a rock during a science lession as Dr. Collins looks on. (Brandon Dahlberg)

How an internationally-awarded educator engages Memphis children



Feature StoryAndrew "Rome" Withers, left, son of Ernest C. Withers, helped unveil a historical marker at the home of the iconic Civil Rights photographer.

Honoring the life and work of Civil Rights icon Ernest C. Withers



Feature Story The Healing Races draw hundreds of people annually to Whitehaven.

Feature StoryJustin Martin, 12, works on coding a video game at the TigerCrew program, hosted by nonprofit CodeCrew. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Feature StoryDr. Charles Champion in his pharmacy office. (Rachel Warren)

Feature StoryLinda Williams, president and CEO of RISE Memphis, stands for a portrait at the foundation’s office.


Feature StoryRoshun Austin, president and CEO of The Works, Inc., a South Memphis nonprofit.

Urban forest II: Growing a green giant in South Memphis



Feature StoryBrad Montgomery, local software developer, teaches the Tech901 Code 1.0 class, where students learn coding languages for front end and back end development. (Kim Coleman)

Building a tech workforce in Memphis bit by byte



Feature StoryThe Diverse Faces of Memphis panel included (left to right) Niko Lyras, Mauricio Calvo, Kong Wee Pang, and Eileen Frazier. (Renee Davis Brame)

Immigrant artists find their spark in Memphis


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