Eyesores 

The Flyer's guide to the ugliest places in town.

Putting together an "Eyesores" issue isn't as easy as you might think. After all, where do you even start — or, more accurately, stop? Vast areas of North and South Memphis are almost painful to look at: blocks and blocks of abandoned…

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