By Anthony Siracusa, Memphis blogger
21 November 2012
Reposted from Green Lane Project
“This is an underdog town,” Wallace said. “This is a town that doesn’t really care about your past, doesn’t care about any dustups. They want to know what you’re going to do in the future. If you reach out to Memphis and you embrace Memphis, Memphis will embrace you in return.”
On November 10, people from across the city flooded to the abandoned Sears Building in Midtown to embrace an entire neighborhood – demonstrating today what the neighborhood might look like tomorrow.