Infamous Chairman of Memphis Board of Censors Wore Many Hats By Charlie Lambert Duck Hill,
by J.V. Lowry In a town where there was no Mafia, and E.H. Crump made
Today’s episode is one most long-time Memphians can relate to. Sears Crosstown was a staple
On December 30th, with court in session, word came that the State Supreme court had
Thomas Dies was known to be a person who followed the same political philosophies as
Researched and written by Bill Novarese This story is based on facts taken from newspapers
John Matthew Dolan.. a Memphis Fire Department icon was born December 19, 1866, one of
February 26, 1953 The telling and retelling of this one event has over the years
We are joined on this very interesting and timely subject by two experts in Graydon
This article is a part of our Ask Away! user submitted question series. This question
Do you have a question about Memphis history that has so far not been answered?
By Michael Vanelli and Joe V Lowry, with research and editorial assistance by Trish Gully.
What can be said about 2020 that hasn’t already been said? It was a tough
In this final installment of our 3 part series on the 1978 Firefighter strike, we
Welcome back for our second installment of the three part series about the events of
We are pleased to present a 3 part series on one of our most requested
Every once in a while I stumble into a story that has all kinds of
Three years ago I sat down my childhood friend Ray Ransom, who spent his entire
In this episode we talk all things in the Memphis Latino Community. From the beginning
(When political power was the prize, legendary politician Edward Crump knew how to get the
The Nashville Tennessean Newspaper was quoted as saying “he ran the day to day business
I was truly amazed when I started doing the research on this fine Memphian. After
We are pleased and honored to announce that Willy Bearden has joined the OMH team.
Our guest this episode is noted Memphis author Lucius McGehee. We discuss his latest book,