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An underground group of graffitists is putting its stamp on Memphis - ready or not.

Most Tuesday nights, when the weather's right, you can find Memphis' b-boys hanging out on the Highland Strip. Break dancers, graffiti writers, and hip-hop aficionados congregate outside Whatever, at the corner of Highland and Southern, their tools of the trade (backpacks, sketchbooks,…

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