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In this week’s About Town, we meet a new Cooper-Young flower shop owner who borrows her neighbors’ yards to grow organic blooms. Plus, our own Chris Herrington says the new Tom Lee Park design brings people together, and we’ve got details on a wellness fest planned for Morris Park on Saturday.

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Midtown Bramble & Bloom’s urban micro-farm is spread across nine plots owned by different Midtown neighbors, most just a short walk from the new storefront on Young Avenue. 

Herrington: Despite controversy, Tom Lee Park bringing people together By
Wellness Festival slated for Saturday in Morris Park By
New York-based Forsythia to open second location in Memphis By
Carlisle plans 1.5 million-square-foot development on Racquet Club site By
Chapter Four: Busing's turbulent first year comes to a close By
Majestic leans into elegance as it relaunches Sunday brunch By
$10 Deal: Some of the South's best barbecue By


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