Memphis, Tennessee, the city known for music, barbeque, hospitality, home of Elvis Presley, B.B. King, Three 6 Mafia and more is also home to some great neighborhoods. From the scenic view in Downtown Memphis to the suburban green-scene of Shelby Farms, the city, named after the ancient capital of Egypt,[…]
The Hard Rock Cafe closed its doors on Sunday, June 29th at 315 Beale Street for the last time as it prepares for a new chapter in Downtown Memphis.
A list of America’s best cities for barbecue published by Travel + Leisure Magazine has sparked controversy but not just because they ranked Nashville number one over Memphis, TN.
Living in Memphis, Tennessee, we know our city, but living outside of the ‘M-Town,’ you may not know what you think you know.
Memphis, Tennessee could be home to a new Hard Rock Hotel, which could be opening on the infamous Beale Street in Downtown Memphis.
If this slab of rock in Memphis, TN could speak, it may or may not have horrible stories to tell of the men and women that are said to have stood upon the alleged slave auction block to be sold into slavery.
Memphis has many accolades from being named in the “Top 10 Places to Live and Work As A Movie Maker,” to being the city with the “Best Franchise In North America,” but that’s not all Memphis has to be proud of.
Memphis, TN has been named in a list of the “Top 10 Places To Live and Work as a Moviemaker” by Moviemaker Magazine who has placed Memphis on its Top 10 Big Cities to make a movie.
Ten of the richest black communities in America may surprise you when you learn of where they are located as far as cities in the United States.