Memphis Comic Expo is the truest comic convention in the mid-south! Photographer Jody Lynch takes JustMyMemphis inside to show us the amazing world of comics in Memphis! Yes that is Jerry “The King” Lawler and his Batmobile!
JustMyMemphis issue 29 is here! We kickoff the countdown to the opening of the Phantom of the Opera with a look at the costume tour and more! If you don’t know Jeerk, it’s time you get to know this talented group with Memphis connections!
EUREKA! SIMON KIDGITS CLUB TO HOST INTERACTIVE JULIUS JR. EXPERIENCE AT
WOLFCHASE GALLERIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Educating Memphis the Digital Magazine is here! This is the preview issue. Educating Memphis is designed to showcase the teachers, students, programs, and organizations working together to create better educational opportunities for Memphis. We also have a special treat for you, scroll down for the new Kayden music video!
Operation Underground Railroad is a non profit organization with the mission of rescuing children from the sex slave tourism industry. The amazing thing here is this work is being done by a non profit instead of a government agency. JustMy will follow the rescues and the success stories of Operation Underground Railroad with a monthly digital magazine. Check out the first issue and consider helping!
Poplar Financial joins Disney on Ice and JustMyMemphis to introduce “Educating Memphis”
It’s time to celebrate the teachers, students, and community leaders that are creating positive changes in our schools!
by: Kathy Hurley
On 9/10/14 @ 4;30 pm the Executive Committee of the Memphis City Council will hold a meeting that will determine the future of all Memphians in regards to our quality of public safety. Scaling back the only safety net many of these employees have is forcing them to look elsewhere for employment. At this moment, recruiters from other cities are in Memphis offering bonuses, with better salaries and healthcare benefits to our brightest and best.
The Cooper Young Business Association is proud to announce the launch of their new website, www.cooperyoung.com. The website features a complete listing of businesses in the Cooper Young Business District, a timeline of history as well as some interesting artists that have lived in the area over the years.