‘FM 105, AM 1340 WLOK – Still A Family Tradition’

Memphis first black-owned radio station now is the city’s only black-owned FM station.

Self+Tucker Architects share insights, opportunities

Marvis Farris, a junior at Hollis F. Price Middle College High School, spent some time during the holiday break visiting with young architects at Self+Tucker Architects and preparing for a commemoration and heritage project honoring Dr. King in 2018.

Self+Tucker Architects share insights, opportunities

Marvis Farris wants to study architecture, something that Jimmie Tucker, managing principal of Self+Tucker Architects, knows quite a bit about.

Izakaya ready to open in the 19th Century Club

Grand Opening set for New Year’s Day in renovated architectural treasure.


Medicare or Work-based insurance? Maybe both?

Mentoring black businesswomen to the next level

Through a New York City business initiative, Karen Taylor-Bass shows women how to brand themselves and promote their businesses.

MONEY MATTERS: You don’t have to be a billionaire to be a ‘one-percenter’

Small but smart moves with your workplace retirement plan can add up to a nice nest egg as you enter retirement.

MMBC Continuum names Booker president

Serving as President through transition in late 2017.


First Financial Federal taps Currie to head Community Development.


Marrying again? Planning now avoids confusion later.


If you’re a fan of Michelle Obama’s wardrobe, you’re a fan of Tracy Reese.

From banks to beauty products, the #BuyBlack movement is real

It’s a trend that many are hoping won’t just turn into a passing fad.

The first black woman in space is also a successful entrepreneur

You might say, 'The sky is the limit' when it comes to Dr. Mae C. Jemison. Not only was she the first woman of color in the world to go into space, but she is also a successful entrepreneur, having ...

African Americans combine tradition with a multimedia approach to shopping

Nielsen, the company that studies consumers, provides some interesting insights into how we shop.

BBB offers tips for holiday shopping

In 2015, 40 percent of all holiday shopping happened online. Experts predict that 2016 will break that record.