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Feature StoryJerome Pope (L) and Robert Coates (R) cut hair at The Barber School on Jackson Avenue in Klondike.

The Barber School brings needed job skills to North Memphis

Feature StoryBradford Williams started Curbside Casseroles in 2007.

Curb Side Casseroles brings Memphis convenience to dinner

Feature StoryAretha Franklin's birth home at 406 Lucy Avenue.

Special ReportSoulsville

Mapping the decline and revival of Soulsville USA

Feature StoryKids on the North Memphis Steelers football team practice at the Katie Sexton Community Center.

Youth mentorship smooths childhood challenges in North Memphis

Feature StoryTootsie

Tootsie Bell's silversmith work is a rarity in Memphis

Feature StoryFrankie Walter takes customer orders.

Smoky City Bar-B-Que fires up opportunity in North Memphis

Feature StoryEconomic Justice

It's up to us: Considering economic justice in Memphis

Feature Story Guitar bodies hang in the workshop waiting to be connected with necks.

Boutique guitars built and sold on Broad Avenue

Feature StoryKSC

Grassroots efforts in Klondike Smokey City stem from one woman

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