Rollin' On The River 

The American Queen comes to Memphis, bringing jobs and tourism in its wake.

After graduating from college, I had no home, no job prospects, and even less money. My English degree was working out just as my friends and father said it would. Not at all, that is. With nothing and nobody holding me accountable,…

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