Photos by Joe Mazza, Brave Lux.

A Memphis actress returned home from Chicago this week toting one of the city’s top theater awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Play. Cecelia Wingate is a familiar character actress on local stages, but her shiny new Jeff Award went for a role that Wingate says comes naturally – a character loosely based on her.

A Laughing Matter

Jun 8, 2016

Not everything that is contagious is good for us, but laughter is!

Rosé is my favorite summertime wine.

Forty years ago, when Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls and Johnnie Taylor were at the top of the R&B charts, Art Gilliam decided to buy an R&B radio station in his hometown. WLOK 1340 AM became the first black-owned station in Memphis. Soon after, Gilliam changed the format to gospel music. He talks with us about what it means to keep a "local" voice on the increasingly corporate airwaves.   

Stop and Grieve

Jun 1, 2016

In our fast paced society, our time is consumed with technology, work, and busy lifestyles.

With summer finally here, Farmers Market season is in full swing.

Stephen Yusko

The new "Tributaries" exhibition at the Metal Museum features the work of Stephen Yusko.

Have you ever had an appointment with your medical provider and left feeling like you didn’t quite get your issue resolved?

Justin Fox Burks

Grilling season is officially here and folks across the country will be firing up their grills for casual summertime meals.

Harpers Weekly

“Memories of a Massacre: Memphis in 1866, a Symposium Exploring Slavery, Emancipation, and Reconstruction.” will be held at the University of Memphis May 20-21.