On the Ground

Feature Story Belinda Kerusch dances with the Hollywood Showliners in the parking lot of the Hollywood Community Center during the novel coronavirus pandemic. (Sarah Rushakoff)
Feature Story A group of Memphis Shelby PAL youth pose for a photo during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Founder Craig Little stands at the back center. (Submitted)
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Is the pandemic an 'Adverse Childhood Experience'?


Feature Story The Highland Strip features a bold sign to brand the area. Traffic cones mark recent street improvements. (Ziggy Mack)
Feature Story Memphis mother Jouy Thomas poses with her 7-year-old son, Jace. (Submitted)

Learning loss is a serious pandemic problem and the kids are not OK


Feature Story Chicken dish from Chef Tam's Underground Cafe. Chef Tam's is one of 21 businesses participating in the 2021 Memphis Black Restaurant Week running March 7-14. (Submitted)

Are you ready to dig in to Memphis Black Restaurant Week?


Feature Story In Boxtown, two men sit on a horse-drawn carriage after collecting wood to warm their houses; 1960. After decades of industrial pollution, Byhalia Pipeline LLC wants to move crude oil under Boxtown. (University of Memphis Libraries, Ken Ross)
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Feature Story Rendering of the future home of Dawg Team Apparel USA, which opens soon at 420 North Cleveland Street in Crosstown. Dawg Team is a Black-owned business that specializes in pet apparel and treats for canine family members. (Submitted)

Black-owned pet accessories company to open in Crosstown


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Video: Barbecue and bouncing back with Cozy Corner


Feature Story Archie "A.W." Willis, Jr. stands at center. Seated are members of the Memphis State Eight. These students were the first to integrate what is now the University of Memphis.

Black Memphis, Black History: The legacy of A.W. Willis


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Destination Eats: Devour the world from The Heights