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Feature StoryHomeowners  Mike and Nyasha Daniels in their Frayser home, which they purchased from the Frayser Community Development Corporation in 2018. (Houston Cofield/Daily Memphian)

Frayser CDC gives residents keys to homes, neighborhood and city

Feature StoryEarly arrivals mingle at United Way of the Mid-South's 2018 Feast of Dreams. (Demarcus Bowser)

Breaking bread: Applied anthropology meets local journalism

Feature StoryDwayne "DJ" Johnson's assistant welds security bars for a client at Johnson's shop at 2992 Summer Avenue (Ziggy Mack)

Feature StoryCrystal Bergman is the operations manager for Memphis-based Madison Line Records. (Submitted)

Feature StoryWith the Memphis College of Art closing in 2020, the future of its main building, Rust Hall, is up in the air.

Feature StoryLayne Carden was inspired to open TransforMama, a play and co-work space for parents, based on her own postpartum experience.

Feature StoryStudents socialize while enjoying a midday snack. (Cole Bradley)

Feature StorySummer Avenue near National Street has been an important corner for commerce since the late 1800s. (Andrew Breig)

Summer Avenue to rebrand as an international district

Feature StoryA customer looks around the store as he speaks with the owner of the Summer Outlet thrift store. (Natalie Eddings)

In photos: Memphis gets thrifty on Summer Avenue

Feature StoryOne of two proposed playground designs for the new L.E. Brown Park in South City. (City of Memphis, Division of Parks and Neighborhoods)

Feature StoryPhoto show flyyer

Feature StoryThe voters arrive at Glenview Community Center as part of JUICE Orange Mound's Roll to Poll community initiative on Oct 27. (Ziggy Mack)

Feature StoryThe Redbird FMX simulator at CTI Professional Flight Training helps students become familiar with the controls and develop their flying skills before taking to the air. (Submitted)

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Feature StoryTrunk or treat
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