Memphis Hustle

Feature StoryTami Montgomery, owner of Dru's Bar, sits at the newly remodeled bar and chats with regulars after completing some chores around the business. The location, 1474 Madison Avenue, has been home to a number of LGBT bars since the 1970s. (Cole Bradley)

Bar Fight: The Rise and Fall of Memphis' Gay Bars


Feature Story Travis Butler, New Ballet Ensemble dance instructor, works with students at LaRose Elementary. Dance classes at LaRose are held either early in the school day or the last period of the day. (Submitted)
Feature StoryUtopia Animal Hospital's Dr. Jen Clay (R) and veterinarian technician Jessica Tatum (L) prep a patient for surgery to remove an abdominal tumor. (Cole Bradley)

Utopia Animal Hospital takes an enlightened approach to pet care


Feature StoryCustomer Chimere Miller plays with her son J'iris after enjoying lunch at Riko's Kickin Chicken located at 1329 Madison Avenue in Madison Heights. (Cole Bradley)
Feature StoryWalter Clark, owner of Outstanding Touch window services, puts the finishing touches on the door of Riko's Kickin Chicken, located at 1329 Madison Avenue. (Cole Bradley)
Feature StoryTrap Fusion co-owners Jason Gardener, left, Monique Williams, center, and Markeith McCoy, right. (Baris Gursakal)
Feature Story Under the guidance of the FedEx Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis, a collaborative group of private, public and nonprofit innovators are working to make the Bluff City into a hub for blockchain technology. (Submitted)

Memphis is betting on blockchain


Feature StoryLocal musician "Morris" poses in front of a mural by artist Toonkey Berry. (Ziggy Mack)

In photos: Welcome to Madison Heights


Feature StoryRob Coleman of Green Girl Produce tends to microgreens. (Ziggy Mack)

Green Girl Produce grows indoor farm at Midtown warehouse


Feature StoryJimi Myers stands at the counter of Launch Process Coffee at 584 Tillman Street, founded in May 2018. (Cole Bradley)
Feature StoryBelltower Artisans is located at 549 S Highland St. in the University District. (Cole Bradley)
Feature StoryRon Scott and Chris Clark prepare to install a door at the front of the workshop, as Tyler Parker and and Jared Myers load up a rickety work table that is no longer safe to use. All four are participants in the ad-hoc advisory board. (Scarlet Ponder)
Feature Story. Kareem Dasilva, right, took home first place honors at the Smarty City: Transportation & Mobility Hackathon on March 15-17 with MemPatch, technology that helps the city streamline identification of potholes. (Submitted)
Feature StoryAmy and Hayes McPherson stand ready for the grand opening of Comeback Coffee in the Pinch, at 358 North Main Street, on Saturday, March 29. (Kim Coleman)