Emily Adams Keplinger

Emily is a writer and an editor. She holds a B.A. from the University of Tennessee - Knoxville and a M.S. from the University of Memphis. She worked at The Commercial Appeal for 10 years where she helped launch the My Life sections and Going Green. She freelances for several local publications and serves as a grant writer for a local nonprofit organization.

Feature Story Former Memphian Beth Warmath came from Florida to join over 150 artists in painting the largest collaborative mural in Tennessee

Paint Memphis adds a little local color to North Memphis

Innovation & Job News Baptist mobile mammography truck

Addressing disparity in breast cancer care

Innovation & Job News Amy Schaftlein, volunteer host, in the WEVL studio

WEVL celebrates 40 years of volunteer radio

Innovation & Job News Jeannie Massey and her daughter, Marty Brown, are co-owners of the Lice Clinics of America (LCA) a facility at 2182 West Street in Germantown

School can leave students scratching their heads

Feature Story Mid-South Book Festival

Mid-South Book Festival draws area authors, book lovers

Feature Story Rick Masson

City visionary: Rick Masson

Feature Story FM

Know your nonprofits: Families Matter

Feature Story The Boys & Girls Club operates seven locations in Memphis.

GiVE 365 helps chart a five-year plan for Memphis

Innovation & Job News Dr. Anne Sullivan

The opportunity of collaborative health

Feature Story By 2014, the MSO's endowment had dwindled to a few hundred thousand dollars, and an increasingly desperate symphony leadership decided to take its case to the public

New direction for Memphis Symphony Orchestra

Feature Story Trey Casey

What success looks like for a student athlete

Feature Story Boys and Girls Club students in the culinary program learn how to work in food service operation at the Technical Training Center

Know your nonprofits: Boys and Girls Club