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Toward Justice

An inaugural event will be held in Memphis, May 1-31, and while it is a month-long event, the impression will last a lifetime. “Toward Justice: A City-Wide Upstanders’ Project,” presented by the Memphis Jewish Community Center (MJCC), is a free event open to the community that will be held at the MJCC and is the first of its kind. Toward …

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Inspired Shopping

When shopping for a “happy” to celebrate a friend, choosing the ideal gift for a special occasion, or finding a unique keepsake to welcome a newborn, locals know More Than Words is the place to find just the right thing. This month marks 20 years of providing unique gifts; and for shop owner Lee Ann McGhee, it is a passion …

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Praying for Change

April 1 ushers in the 2018 Eastertide season, along with numerous 50th anniversary events marking the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4th. As our city reflects on this spiritual time and remembers the tumultuous events of the 1960s, a new book by Carter Dalton Lyon shares the story of activists who took a stand for inclusion …

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Preserving History

On April 4, 2018, the world will turn to Memphis and the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr. was tragically murdered 50 years ago. They will come to pay their respects at the museum that Memphis Circuit Court Judge D’Army Bailey founded.It began with a dream, D’Army Bailey’s dream – …

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Dixon Blooms: A Celebration of Spring

When spring springs forth in our Bluff City, there is no better place than the Dixon Gallery & Gardens for a splendid show of nature’s exuberance. The Dixon Blooms is an event that lasts for weeks and is an over-the-top abundance of tulips and daffodils blooming throughout the gardens. For 2018 The Dixon Blooms visitors will be treated to a …

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Helping Memphis Smile

Studies have proven that oral care is essential to overall good health, however dental care can be a very costly expense. Tennessee does not cover dental care for adults on Medicare, and dental coverage for the working uninsured is difficult to obtain and afford.