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A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews .com April 4-10, 2014, Vol. 7, Issue 15 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON TOMATO PLANTS FROM BRIGHTON Tomato Baby has a national reach and a broad concept of gardening. • P. 13 PROMOTING HEALTHY LIVES Healthy Memphis Common Table helps diabetes patients help themselves. • P. 8 DIGEST: PaGe 2 | ECON. DEVELOPMENT: PaGe 6 | INKED/RECAP: PaGe 10 | NEWSMAKERS: PaGe 24 | EDITORIAL: PaGe 30 Emphasis: Residential Real Estate Investors – from individuals to hedge funds to REITs – have bought thousands of single-family homes in Memphis and converted them to rentals, but no one is certain of the trend's long-term impact. • P. 16 Dashawn Griffi n, 10, of St. Louis visited the National Civil Rights Museum for the fi rst time recently. The musuem is unveiling its $27 million renovation project as the city of Memphis and its leaders refl ect on 46 years since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated here. (Memphis News/andrew J. Breig) Perspectives on civil rights era changing with time P. 14

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