This philanthropist was truly a “good man” to Memphis.
The grand hall gave Memphis a roster of entertainers from Sousa to Springsteen.
Vance Lauderdale investigates the specters of several bold Memphis developments in the past that never saw the light of day.
Memphis Memorial Park is home to a folk artist’s masterpiece.
Julius Lewis wasn’t the founder of the department store that Memphians remember fondly. That credit goes to Moses Lewis, born in Germany in 1850, who journeyed to Memphis and opened a one-room dry-goods store on North Main Street.
Are you familiar with Moore Tech? It’s origins can be traced to an eccentric Memphis businessman who made his fortune during the Civil War.