Happy Thanksgiving!

Besides 4Memphis and our amazing city, the members of the 4Memphis Impact staff are thankful for many things. Rachel Christenbury is thankful for the friendly community around her, the ability to spend time with friends, the weekends, the love her family gives, and the amazing qualities of Memphis. Proctor Pits is thankful for being surrounded by an amazing community who …

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Memphis Tigers Football

By: Hudson Clift The Memphis Tigers started off their 2019 football season with an outstanding win against Ole Miss, winning the game 15-10. Even though Ole Miss is a Southeastern Conference team and Memphis State is apart of the American Athletic conference, Memphis was able to defeat the odds and come out on top. With this big win, Memphis could …

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Cooper Young Festival

By: Morgen Crosby Cooper-Young is one of Memphis’s most historic and dynamic neighborhoods. Century-old homes surrounded by small businesses line Cooper Street from its iconic overpass to just beyond Young Avenue. The creative Midtown atmosphere offers a warm welcoming to any visitors. Every year, a gathering called the Cooper-Young Festival shares the music, art, and crafts of the many talents …

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St. Jude Leadership Seminar

By: Embry Bird Memphis’s very own Christian Brothers High School Cheer team placed in the top five out of hundreds of teams nationwide for the most fundraising in the country to attend the St. Jude Varsity Leadership Experience. The cheerleaders achieved this goal by writing many hundreds for writing letters to their friends, families, and local businesses asking for donations …

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Memphis in May

It is finally here. A month full of people of all ages singing and enjoying music, eating barbecue, and achieving goals by crossing the finish line. Memphis in May brings the Memphis community together by hosting these events and overall celebrating our amazing city. Starting in 1977, Memphis in May has grown into one of North America’s leading festivals of …

LebonheuRoo

By: Elizabeth Moody On Saturday, April 6 in Oakland, Tennessee, Canale Farms hosted its first annual event to raise money for Le Bonheur. Named after the music festival Bonnaroo, LeBonheuRoo is a family-friendly festival with activities for all ages such as bingo, rock climbing, fishing, pony rides, and wagon rides. Families enjoyed a barbecue buffet and MemPops food truck. Entertainment …