Temple Israel, founded in Memphis in 1853 as Congregation B’nai Israel (Hebrew for Children of Israel), is the only Reform synagogue in the city and home to the oldest and largest Jewish congregation throughout the Mid-South.
This 5 Star Story is about one of the best businesses and tourist attractions in Memphis that’s celebrating 30 years, as Blues City Cafe’s recipe for good food and good times keeps rolling on the iconic Beale Street.
Billboard magazine recently named Rhodes College one of the Top Music Business Schools in the U.S. -- even though the school does not have a music business major. But, it does have a music institute that celebrates Memphis’ role in the “Tennessee Music Miracle.”
As the Mid-South gallery prepares for the arrival of some of the world’s top golfers for this year’s FedEx St. Jude Championship, there are thousands of local junior golfers who hope they’ll one day be on the PGA Tour leaderboard.
The King is back on the big screen in a hip-shaking, lip-snarling extravaganza that tracks the Tupelo-born Memphis transplant’s career over three decades -- with the Bluff City as both his maker and his muse.
Memphis considers itself the barbecue capital of the world. And while there are dozens of places in town to get some of the best barbecue ever, few restaurants have been in business as long as the subject of this 5 Star Story: Tops Bar-B-Q, which has a smokin’ hot 70-year story.
Take a stroll through history, featuring one of the only nonprofit organizations in Shelby County that promotes historic preservation -- we’re talking about Memphis Heritage, Inc., which helps give our “past a future.”