Yancy Villa-Calvo is an artist whose work is exhibited in her community of Memphis. She will be a featured presenter at the SFA’s Memphis Divertissement, scheduled Thursday, October 5.
This episode of Gravy takes us inside Ali Baba Mediterranean Grill to meet Mahmoud al-Hazaz, who made his home in the U.S. South after being forced to leave his native Syria.
At the end of the day, we’re pretty tired, but it’s a good tired… because you feel like you’ve done something to help someone else.
What happens when Korean barbecue goes from suburban strip malls to restaurant rows in cities like Atlanta, New Orleans, and Memphis?
Maybe you’re thinking you’ve heard this one before: A young, white gardener works at a predominantly African American private school in a neighborhood choked by poverty, its streets pocked by vacant houses, its residents cut off from the rest of the city by substandard public transportation.
On Saturday, September 24th from 2-6 p.m., Centro Cultural in Memphis partners with Caritas Village to host their annual Tamale Fest fundraising and cultural event.
No cheese dip, no dollops of sour cream, no burritos, no fajitas…
The idea of Memphis helped a Chicano from Southern California teach one of the squarest places in the U.S. how to be hip.
Pihakis Fellow Ava Lowrey’s film Button King will screen this Saturday at the Indie Memphis Film Festival.