Neighborhood Board

Intersections

September 25, 2019 Mark Scott 0

NEIGHBORHOOD STORIES By Mark Scott Whenever I hear Chris Daughtry’s song “Home” it brings up conflicted emotions within me. Emotions of place. Both lost and found.  Lost, like the year I took down those blue […]

Neighborhood Board

The Dogs Are Running The Show

June 28, 2019 Candace Echols 0

By Candace Echols It was the dog with the top hat on that caught my attention. He didn’t seem to mind it. He may have even liked it. That’s how dogs are in Midtown on a regular […]

Community Development Law Corner

Combating Predatory Investors

More Regulation & Advocacy For Low-Income Home Renters May Help in the Battle Against Out-of-Town Investors Like Cerberus  On Christmas Day 2018, Washington Post reporters Todd Frankel and Dan Keating delivered a printed gift to Memphis.  […]