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When the conflict in Syria disrupted the lives of Omar Homsi and his family, they eventually found their way to Memphis as refugees. World …

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Book lovers rejoice! Novel Bookstore is now open in the former Booksellers of Laurelwood space at 387 Perkins Extd. Following the closing of the …

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This weekend Tonya Dyson and co-owner Micheal Demery will open OM Memphis, a 30 day pop up record shop and micro lounge, at Edge …

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Photo: Darius Williams Calling all poetry lovers: We have compiled a list of spots here in Memphis where you can hear spoken word. Magic …

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Advance Memphis, a nonprofit in South Memphis, recently announced the expansion of their programs to the 38106 zip code in addition to 38126. They’ve …

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The Memphis Arts Engine is a new “social impact design firm” that seeks to elevate Memphis innovation through its unique programs. This month, Memphis …

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Since opening in 2014, the Rev has been a place of community, inspiration, and love for both people in Memphis and refugees from around the …

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Edge Alley has opened its doors at 600 Monroe Avenue. It features a small restaurant with a coffee roaster and coffee bar, as well …

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Kevin Hart shows he’s “all heart” by filming an episode for the next season of his Comedy Central show in Memphis. With hit movies …

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Photo: Kristen Archer of ARCHd Shelby Farms Park is one of the largest urban parks in the nation and one of the most unique spaces that Memphis has …