JustMyMemphis takes a snowday! Check out this special issue with images from around the Mid-South. Plus we take a look at local Memphis Artist Mason Jar Fireflies and we share a PBS special on the Crosstown Concourse
“One City One Love” is an acrylic on canvas by native Memphian Tammy Groves Thornton, a graphic artist and photographer who exhibits nationwide. “The Pyramid is one of Memphis’s most symbolic landmarks,” she says. “The painting reinforces that we are one city, one love. On the outside, we all look different, but on the inside, we’re the same: We each have a sparkly red heart beating within.” To see more of Tammy’s works, visit tammygrovesthornton.com.
Cast members from Disney’s The Lion King North American Tour, playing at the Orpheum Theatre through March 1st, will take part in a “Meet The Cast” event at the National Civil Rights Museum on Friday, February 27th, at 4pm.
Me & Mrs. Jones expands to Germantown, adds new workshops & locally-sourced products
Owner Stephanie Jones releases first book: ‘Upstyle Your Furniture’
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a Circus Spectacular Extraordinarily Engineered by The Greatest Show On Earth®
comes to Southaven’s Landers Center Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April 19
FAMILY CONCERT SERIES2015 PRESENTS “NGOMA!” A MUSICAL DRAMA CELEBRATING THE CULTURE, HISTORY AND DREAMS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS
You are invited to the Owen Brennan’s 25th Anniversary Celebration hosted by the J. Austin Baker, III Memphis Institute for Leadership Education (MILE) Program with special support by Fogelman College of Business & Economics, benefiting the University of Memphis. Food, beverages, and entertainment will be provided.
Meritan is one of the most amazing organizations in Memphis. Catch up on what is going on inside Meritan today!
The Pink Palace has a great movie coming in a couple of weeks and you can see it for free if you join at the Club Level or above before it opens.
Written by: Jerome Robinson In Memphis we have some pretty amazing people doing some really nice things in the community. I had a chance to meet Lisa Wilcox with Operation Prom and I have to give you the 411 on this program!