Cole Bradley

Cole Bradley is a native Memphian, graduate of the University of Memphis and High Ground's managing editor.

Cole's worked locally as a researcher and community engagement strategist and joined the High Ground team in Jan 2017. Cole is passionate about solutions journalism and anthro-journalism, fusing anthropological methods for deep community engagement with people-centered, sidewalk-level journalism.

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Video: Barbecue and bouncing back with Cozy Corner


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Destination Eats: Devour the world from The Heights


Feature Story Inspire Cafe offers a robust menu with hearty breakfast options and healthy lunch options. (Forever Ready Productions)

Video: Making healthy delicious with Inspire Community Cafe


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Feature Story Caribe Sabor opened in 2016 at 662 Madison Avenue in The Edge. It serves traditional Venezuelan and Caribbean foods like arepas, tequeños, pastelitos, as well as unique dishes unique to Sabor Caribe. (High Ground News)

Video: Take a pandemic-safe trip to Venezuela with Sabor Caribe


Feature Story Lauren Kennedy in front of the Upstanders mural adjacent to the National Civil Rights Museum. The mural is a product of collaboration between the Urban Arts Commission and Facing History and Ourselves. (J. Dylan Sandifer)

We're so much more than rock and roll and barbecue.


Feature Story Michele Simmons is a North Memphis resident and a student in High Ground's North Memphis Community Correspondents program. (Cole Bradley)

Dispatches from North Memphis: Meet Michele Simmons


Feature Story An employee of La Michoacana ice cream and paleta shop serves up a fruit cup with tajin. (Forever Ready Productions)

Video: Paletas in the pandemic with La Michoacana


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The pandemic is changing how Memphis does preschool