Memphis Hi-Lites

Memphis Hi-Lites: Free Stuff To Do In The City

  Free things to do in Memphis TN, including attractions, music, events and free museum days. Never run out of things to do with our list of free stuff. Source: http://www.memphistravel.com/trip-ideas/free-things-to-do-in-memphis We’ve done most of these as a family so I want to share this information for anyone who visits the site looking for the Memphis …

Memphis Hi-Lites: Brooks Museum – River of Fundament

The Brooks is always providing some great outlets any time you want to appease your artsy side. This one is a serious challenge for those of you who are willing to experience something that is the definition of art house film. http://www.brooksmuseum.org/ Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament The final worldwide screenings of Barney’s seven act film based …

Memphis Jobs: Williams-Sonoma Inc.

Right now, all three Williams-Sonoma Distribution Centers in the Memphis area are looking to add holiday-spirited people to our seasonal team. You’ll enjoy a fulfilling job – one where you’re actually fulfilling the holiday happiness of Williams-Sonoma customers across the country and around the world. Seasonal Hiring Event! Come by Saturday, September 24 10 a.m. …

7 Little Know Facts About the First African-American Built Neighborhood in the United States – Atlanta Blackstar

The Creation of Orange Mound  In 1890, white developer E. E. Meacham purchased land from the Deaderick family, plantation owners in Memphis Tennessee.  He sold lots to African-Americans for less than $100. The subdivision was named Orange Mound and became the first all Black community in the U.S., specifically built for Black people. According to Laura Nickas for Tennessee Encyclopedia of …