Op-Ed Corner


November 26, 2019 Austin McLellan 0

No grit, no grind, no hustle, no flow. OP-ED CORNER By Austin McLellan Like everyone else in these parts, I was excited when NBC’s Bluff City Law (BCL) rolled into town. Jimmy Smits! Caitlin McGee! Jayne Atkinson! […]

Op-Ed Corner

The Concept of Shared Prosperity

June 10, 2019 Leslie Smith 0

By Leslie Smith, BLDG Memphis In April 2019, the publication The Atlantic and the collaboration The Shared Prosperity Partnership gathered local policymakers and community leaders at the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis to discuss how […]

Op-Ed Corner

District Should Vote For Protection

August 24, 2017 Mark Fleischer 0

Guest Editorial by Mark Fleischer, Guest Columnist Thursday evening, the Cooper-Young Community Association will conduct a neighborhood vote on its application to create a new historic overlay district, under jurisdiction of the Memphis Landmarks Commission. […]

Historic Preservation

Why Cooper-Young Needs to Landmark – And Now

August 22, 2017 Mark Fleischer 1

This Thursday, August 24, residents and community leaders of the Cooper-Young neighborhood will convene to cast their votes for or against an application for inclusion in the jurisdiction of the Memphis Landmarks Commission, the purpose […]