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The music magnet: DIY studios keep indie rock at home in Memphis

Taking a page from the simple set-ups and raw energy of Memphis' early pioneering recording studios, today's DIY studios are recording the city's rock and roll music with few resources, but with talent and enthusiasm to spare.   

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The path to connectivity: Greenprint maps a 25-year vision

After extensive planning on how to best connect major parks and greenspaces throughout the city, the Mid-South Regional Greenprint now hits its final review phase. The ambitious vision to better connect the communities of the Mid-South could have broad impact for the city, from environmental protection to economic development.


The roots of the Edge District give life to new investment

As the "heart of Memphis, the Edge of downtown," the Edge District has been an intersection of industry and culture since the city's earliest days. An examination of the neighborhood's history--from logistics hub to music mecca to art and entertainment district--reveals why the unique area has evolved, and where it's going next.  
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