While the COVID pandemic threatens another struggling institution – the newspaper – it is already widening a deadly divide between the informed and misinformed. The…
While the COVID pandemic threatens another struggling institution – the newspaper – it is already widening a deadly divide between the informed and misinformed. The…View More To Print or Not To Print. That Is the Question.
The Mid-South is in full spring bloom, and the mighty dogwoods are out, reaching for the sun and sky, busting for breath and life, outdoors.…View More Spring Collection: The Dogwoods Are Here
We hope you and your family are doing well. We know you are inundated with information right now, so we wanted to offer you our staff’s…View More Epicenter: News You Can Use
From Mayor Jim Strickland: Friends, As I wrote out my thoughts for today’s message, I kept coming back to the Growl Towel hanging on the…View More COVID-19: Mayor Strickland’s Weekly Video Update. I believe in Memphis
From Mayor Jim Strickland From the national news down to our local outlets, everyone is talking about “the surge.” But, what does it mean? My…View More “The Surge” is coming. What does that mean?
In today’s City of Memphis update, recent data shows how widespread the coronavirus cases have been. From Mayor Jim Strickland Earlier today, I had the…View More COVID-19: New Data Shows Cases Are Widespread in Shelby County
In response to economic fallout resulting from the coronavirus crisis, Welcome to Memphis is disseminating financial assistance to Memphis area hospitality professionals affected by the…View More Welcome to Memphis COVID-19 Fund Will Assist Hospitality Professionals
We are pleased to share that ArtsMemphis has been designated a beneficiary of $25,000 from the Mid-South COVID-19 Regional Response Fund by the Community Foundation of Greater…View More ArtsMemphis Launches Artist Emergency Fund
Dan Spector, August 25, 1951 – March 31, 2020 As a writer, when someone passes away, we set aside our own feelings and write only…View More Dan Spector, Cooper-Young. COVID Claims a True Midtowner
By Jim Coleman, for High Ground News All Memphis-area schools are officially closed through April 24 in compliance with the state governor, but the date to reopen is…View More Schools closed and suddenly you’re homeschooling? I’m Jim, and I can help.