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Author: Steve Bares

Getting the Facts Right

I recently became aware that Site Selection, the magazine of corporate real estate strategy and economic development, is doing a feature in May about North American Life Science Centers.  As a recent addition to the Greater...

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Praying for Courage for The Med

Being one of the most-churched cities in the country is a mixed bag. Certainly many of us are grateful for the comfort that faith communities can bring in times of personal distress, such as illness and death, and personal joys,...

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Leadership in Crisis

I think everyone would agree that the outpouring of financial and other support from Americans to the people of Haiti is inspiring.  Our citizens have proven time and time again that when people are in need, we are all ready to...

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Faith in the Things That Matter

Being one of the most-churched cities in the country is a mixed bag. Certainly many of us are grateful for the comfort that faith communities can bring in times of personal distress, such as illness and death, and personal joys,...

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Latest Bill Day Cartoon

DeSantis’ Backward Watch, A Cartoon By Award-Winning Bill Day

by Bill Day. Memphian Bill Day is two-time winner of the RFK Journalism Award in Cartooning. His cartoons are syndicated internationally by Cagle Cartoons. Cartoons Archive →

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About Smart City Memphis

Since 2005, this has been Smart City Consulting’s blog with the aim of connecting the dots and providing perspective on issues and policies shaping Memphis.  Editor and primary author is Tom Jones, columnist, author of two books, and consultant on public policy.  Smart City Memphis was called one of the most intriguing blogs in the U.S. by the Pew Partnership for Civic Change; The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal wrote that “Smart City Memphis provides some of the most well-thought-out thinking about Memphis’ past, present, and future you’ll find anywhere,” and the Memphis Flyer said: “This incredibly well-written blog sets out to solves the city’s ills – from the mayor to MATA – with out-of-the-box thinking, fresh approaches to old problems, and new ideas. If you have questions, submissions, or ideas for posts, please email Tom Jones, at tjones@smartcityconsulting.com.

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