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John Paul Shaffer announces the rebranding of BLDG Memphis.

CD Council and Livable Memphis begin new era as BLDG Memphis

Soulsville

Soulsville citizens advocate for improvements to Chandler Park

Angela Adair hugs her husband Robert during Sunday service at Hope City Church in Caldwell-Guthrie's cafeteria in Smokey City.

Join High Ground News for a Klondike Smokey City block party

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Video: North Memphis community gardens turn blight into bounty

Pastor Colley Cooper preaches during Sunday service at Hope City Church in Caldwell-Guthrie's cafeteria in Smokey City.

As Klondike Smokey City shrinks, churches remain constant

Jerome 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

Soulsville

Mapping the decline and revival of Soulsville USA

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

Youth mentorship smooths childhood challenges in North Memphis

Frankie Walter takes customer orders.

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

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Grassroots efforts in Klondike Smokey City stem from one woman

Porter Leath Childrens’ Home on Manassas Street is the oldest structure in Klondike/Smokey City. It was an orphanage until 1969 when it became a multi-service agency to serve more children in need.

Prosperity and decline shape Klondike Smokey City's history

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