Big River Crossing drew nearly 250,000 in first year, promoters say

October 18th, 2017

Since its opening on a sunny Saturday almost exactly a year ago, the Big River Crossing has welcomed nearly 250,000 visitors who enjoyed after-work jogs, weekend bicycle rides and leisurely strolls on the boardwalk over the Mississippi ... read more »

Big River Crossing marking one year with light show

October 17th, 2017

Big River Crossing will celebrate its one-year anniversary Sunday, and the unique attraction is drawing big crowds to the river in its first year. read more »

Half marathon becomes first footrace across Big River Crossing

October 13th, 2017

The very first competitive running event on the Big River Crossing happens Saturday, October 21 at a half marathon and 5K named for the longest pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi River. read more »

The learning power of Peer Power

October 10th, 2017

As a graduate of East High School, I always felt that it was the place where I was called to make a difference in the lives of others. read more »

Want to fix public schools? Help teachers help students

October 10th, 2017

The greatest waste of money in the history of education might have been the money spent trying to teach my generation about the broad cycles of history. read more »

Helping students think and learn, not just pass a test

October 10th, 2017

Seismic change in the Memphis community, technological advancement and global competition have far outpaced what American secondary education provides for students, despite the ongoing efforts of educators, business partners and communities to improve our schools. read more »