Sustainability

Feature Story Drew Joyner and partners Octavius Nickson and Chris Hendrix of Nickson General Contractors purchased the 11-bay retail center at the southeast corner of Summer and National Street in May. They're now updating the exterior. (Cole Bradley)

What's happening on Summer Avenue?


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

High Ground's "Still Serving" series is expanding


Feature Story The Three(i) Creative Communications team. Three(i) is hosting a speaker series for "do-gooder" professionals. (Submitted)
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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Video: Barbecue and bouncing back with Cozy Corner


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


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 Homes in Lea's Woods (Ziggy Mack)
Feature Story Kenzie Cleaves stands inside a vacant unit in her North Memphis apartment complex that she said has been unsecured for over a year. Unsafe housing conditions can increase COVID-19-related deaths. (Ziggy Mack)

In poor communities, toxic housing is a risk factor for COVID-19 deaths


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Feature Story Alandria Ivory, a campaign worker for Memphis for All, takes a break during an early voting event at Glenview Community Center. (Andrea Morales)