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In this week’s About Town, we tell you what to expect at Saturday’s 34th Cooper-Young Festival, and we meet South Memphis rapper and producer Timothy “Lukah” Love. Plus, Emily Bishop and Karen Lebovitz from talk about their plans to improve and beautify a section of Madison Avenue on The Sidebar.

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One of the standards of the festival season — the Cooper-Young Festival will take over the Midtown neighborhood Saturday with vendors, artists and entertainment.

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