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Karen Pulfer Focht

At Christ Community Health Services, Shantelle Leatherwood is crafting a new vision of wellness for the city’s poor. more

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What to know about anxiety and worry and how to shake it off. more

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Larry Kuzneiwski

At 95, Lester Gingold has found the secret: Have a daily purpose in life. more

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Brandon Dill

Forty years after coming to Memphis, jazz singer Joyce Cobb is still chasing her dreams. more

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A new exhibition showcases art produced by Japanese prisoners-of-war in Arkansas. more

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Larry Kuzniewski

Women leaders in healthcare share what it takes to make it to the top. more

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A story in the New York Times caught our attention recently. It announced the cancellation of a sale that would have put up for auction artwork collected from detainees of the Japanese-American intern... more

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New pick-up locations in north Mississippi more

Every day, children around the Mid-South struggle with chronic illness. For some, their life-threatening medical conditions make living a full life difficult. That's why, through the month of A... more

Every day, children around the Mid-South struggle with chronic illness. For some, their life-threatening medical conditions make living a full life difficult. That's why, through the month of A... more

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Memphis school calendars and a guide to area schools, public and private. more

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Boscos founders and majority owners (left to right) Andy Feinstone, Jerry Feinstone, John Kinzel, and Chuck Skypeck.

photographs by Amie Vanderford

Boscos Restaurant and Brewery Celebrates 20 Years more

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Tucked amid cotton fields and grain silos of Desha County, Arkansas, you'll find an unusual nod to the past: a small cemetery that honors Japanese Americans who died during World War II. The site i... more

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How one determined woman managed to keep alive the story of Japanese internment camps in Arkansas. more

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The remarkable art produced by Japanese Americans interned in government camps in the Arkansas Delta during World War II speaks volumes to the resilience of the human spirit. more

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Personal trainer Donna Hughes

Photography by Amie Vanderford

You can gain mobility and improve your life by adding just one ingredient to your lifestyle: exercise. more

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Amie Vanderford

An overview of Memphis area schools. more

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When doctors can speak about faith with their patients, it brings new light, and hope, to dark days. more

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An artist's trading cards reveal a creative spirit. more

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Two collectors find joy in suffrage. more

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