Old Dog, New Tricks 

Memphis leaders get schooled on new urbanism.

The overall growth strategy for Memphis hasn't really worked in the last four decades, some say, and a series of talks beginning Tuesday is designed to get leaders and citizens speaking the same language as they consider changes for the city's future…

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