Dead with a Drawl: Elmwood Cemetery

I’m not the kind of guy who can tell you the best restaurants or the coolest hangout spots in a city, but I can get you to its best graveyards. And when in Memphis, Tennessee, go to Elmwood Cemetery. Before or after Graceland, it doesn’t matter… (read more)

[2014 OTIS Halloween Season Blog]


"Meet Mo (Moziah Bridges), an 11 year old mogul in the making. His grandmother showed him how to make bow ties from scrap material using hand sewing and a machine. He began to make them for himself in June of 2011 when he was just 9 years old. When his bow ties drew compliments and recognition, he sensed a market that is "Mo’s Bows".

At this tender age Moziah is a business entrepreneur of “Mo’s Bows”, a bow tie company. He attends Rozelle Elementary Creative and Performing Arts School.
Moziah has a great upbringing and is an inspiration to many who meet and read his story. He is wise beyond his years. To date he has been interviewed by WREG Live at 9 Channel 3 News, Fox 13 News, The Memphis Flyer, The Commercial Appeal, and Divine Magazine. His channel 3 news interview was viewed in Houston, Virginia and St. Louis. Outside of press interviews Moziah has also been doing a lot of public and motivational speaking. Last year he was the keynote speaker for the graduating class of Economic Empowerment at the New Olivet Baptist Church in Memphis, TN. While a young business man, Moziah still enjoys riding his bike, playing video games, acting and music. He hopes to be a famous fashion designer one day and it appears he’s off to a good start. 

Please support this young man! He is on the verge of greatness. He has already started the Go Mo! Summer Camp Scholarship Fund, where 100% of proceeds from the bow tie called “summer camp” will be directed to sending children to the Glenview Community Center Summer Camp Program.
You can purchase a one of a kind Mo’s Bows bow tie online at:


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Happy 88th Birthday to blues legend B.B. King!

Young blues singer B.B. King a local DJ at WDIA poses for a portrait circa 1948 in Memphis, Tennessee. Photo by Michael Ochs Archives