The publisher recalls his first brush with Elvis and Sun, through his father’s eight-tracks By Mark Fleischer Growing up in Southern California, I don’t have…View More My Memphis Music Challenge: Elvis and Memphis by way of, click-click, 8-track tape
For this October’s Memphis Music Month, StoryBoard asks our audience to share their music stories and memories If you’re a fan of Memphis music, chances…View More Memphis, What’s your Memphis music story? Tell us!
Planning leaders discuss the rezoning of this auto-centric corridor and new approaches to improving livability along major commercial thoroughfares like Lamar, including Summer and Union…View More Lamar Avenue Rezoning, Neighborhood Revitalization
Friday, October 2nd, Alcy-Ball, Memphis – In the crisp cool air of a bright fall morning and with the static hum of the I-240 nearby,…View More Alcy-Ball: Removing the open sore of blight a first step to transforming the community
“Selfie” homes help highlight the neighborhood’s diverse architectural styles, hidden gems and landmarks alike Jim Williamson, in his introduction to the neighborhood’s architectural guide Central…View More Home Tour Detour: Hidden gems in Central Gardens
‘Tour Detour’ dials back into a rich archive for a clever, ‘selfie’-guided way to enjoy the neighborhood’s historic homes beginning Sunday, September 13 and running…View More Home Tour Detour: Central Gardens goes digital for 2020
The Photographs of Dave Mason Writer and philosopher Susan Sontag once told us that a picture alone doesn’t speak for itself – it requires a…View More Art Review: “Regarding the Pain and Celebration of Others”
A History of Memphis’ Most Maligned Street “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner’s famous line, from his 1951 novel Requiem…View More Union Avenue Anthology. Part I, The Plan of Memphis: 1783-1827
A History of Memphis’ Most Maligned Street INTRODUCTION Union Avenue. The very name strikes shudders and grumblings among drivers, pedestrians and business owners alike. Today’s…View More Union Avenue Anthology. Introduction: Whatever Happened to Union Avenue?
A cohesive, book-ended 16-day celebration of unified American Independence starting on June 19th and culminating on July 4th could be something meaningful, for all, to celebrate. …View More An Integrated, United Independence