This is the first in a series, chronicling Memphian Aaron James’ journey in tracing his Memphis family roots. The family I had spent the first half-century of my life disparaging turned out to have an […]
This month the Central Gardens newsletter explores the creation of the neighborhood association, from the original motivations to its ultimate formation in 1967, and its efforts to improve and take Central Gardens into the swinging […]
This is the first in a series chronicling an important piece of Memphis history while it still lasts. Driving – or better yet, walking – down Front Street south of Madison in Memphis one will encounter […]
“I want StoryBoard to be a sanctuary. A respite from everything we see daily on the news and from the vitriol of FaceBook. However you feel about our new President and the current administration, you […]
(A version of this appears in the Central Gardens January Newsletter ) 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Central Gardens Neighborhood Association. And for their 2017 newsletters they will be celebrating by exploring the history of the neighborhood and […]
What Makes Memphis, Memphis? “StoryBoard uses collaborative storytelling to continually ask the central question: What Makes Memphis, Memphis? In re-examining Memphis’ glorious and painful pasts, in putting under a microscope the decisions and planning taking […]
(in progress) Have a little Memphis-fiction up your sleeve? Contact StoryBoard Memphis to submit your short story. Stories must take place in Memphis or the Mid-South, of typical short-story length.
(in progress) The last week of November marked the first public steps in Memphis3.0, the initiative to develop Memphis’ first comprehensive city plan since 1981, and only the third in the city’s history, dating back […]
This “column” will feature monthly podcasts with those Memphis legends most Memphians have never heard of, who will share their personal Memphis history and memories.
(in progress) There are institutions and then there are faces of institutions, and the face of Memphis Heritage is June West. In fact, one almost cannot speak of one without the other.