Crosstown Comeback 

Big plans for the Sears Crosstown building are breathing new life into a midtown neighborhood.

On a recent Saturday night, a diverse mix of Memphians, many of them under the age of 15 and some of them well into senior citizenship, is gathered around a wooden pallet in the parking lot of the vacant Sears Crosstown building…

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