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The Week in Review


In this week’s About Town, we meet Jazmin Miller, the new executive director of Binghampton’s Carpenter Art Garden, and we learn about TapRoute’s local network of water stops for people exercising outdoors. Plus, there’s a free dental clinic for underserved and underinsured Memphian’s today (and Saturday) at Bellevue Baptist Church.

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Jazmin Miller is on course to help heal trauma on several levels, including the complicated feelings she says many Black people have with agriculture as an institution. 

Memphis business TapRoute offers runners a refill By
Free, volunteer-run dental clinic aims to provide $1 million in care over two days By
Panta goes to Portugal with pop-up for a week By
Attention to detail pays dividends for KIPP By
Beale Street Music Fest's Blues Tent returning to its roots By
Cancer-causing chemical endangering Memphis due to EPA’s inaction, lawsuit alleges By
Sports and race intersect at MLK Day forum By


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