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You may not know William Bell, but you'll know his co-writes - "You Don't Miss Your Water," and "Born Under A Bad Sign," or you might know his songs which have been performed by everyone from The Byrds to Billy Idol. Garth Cartwright meets the Stax legend, now in...
The 'Memphis, Martin and the Mountain Top", story begins not with the entrance of Martin Luther King, who would arrive in March, but in January, when the tragic deaths of two black garbagemen due to old, malfunctioning equipment added to calls for change.
In December, the Tennessee native returned with the latest offering from the mixtape, the official music video for “RIVERSIDE.” So far, fans have already got to enjoy clips for tracks like “ANNA” and “BUCK THE SYSTEM.”
Barbershops have been our cornerstone of the Black community; a place to socialize and communicate trends and discuss opinions on current events. Similar to nail techs and hairdressers, talking to your barber can seem like a therapy session.
Memphis artist Gangsta Boo passed at 43
An outpouring of tributes by celebrities and hip-hop stars flooded social media hours after rapper and former Three 6 Mafia member Gangsta Boo died Sunday in her hometown of Memphis.
“Memphis on the Mississippi: Ode to Tom Lee” is a bold acrylic on canvas painting depicting four African American individuals boating on the river.
Harmonie Rosales rewrites the narrative from her perspective in a way that bridges the vastest of oceans and collapses the passing of millenia.
This year's Memphis Black Arts Alliance will Celebrate their 40 Year anniversary with an Inaugural Legacy Ball on Dec. 17.
McGriff thought she had finished her dance career. But despite moving on to a new career, years passing and even enduring an injury, her dance dreams kept calling her. She knows firsthand, it’s never too late to dance.
Photographer Ziggy Mack
Louis "Ziggy" Tucker is an experienced photographer of Brine & Line Photography in Memphis, who over the years has specializes in dance/performing arts and aquatic portrait photography is pivoting as we've all done since the pandemic. Yet while based in Memphis, Tucker is now experimenting with videography and editing....
We’ve rounded up a list of three of the most influential Black-owned art galleries in town that you must follow and check out.
Photographer Catherine Elizabeth Patton focuses on the medium of the lens, and she has captured the imagination of the city’s community.
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