December/January Lamplighter Available

This month’s LampLighter cover story features the soon to be completed Kroc Center and information on its different programs and offerings.  Also, don’t miss out on any holiday fun. There are many great events going on in December, including the Cooper-Young Community Association Holiday Bag Stuffing, and we have fit it all in this month’s issue! The monthly President’s letter, crime stats and other important news pertaining to the...

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Meet the new LampLighter editor

Ah, Memphis in the winter. From 70 to snow in 72 hours. As I write my introduction as the new Lamplighter editor, tiny white flakes are falling on my Cox Street house for the third time this winter. It’s a pretty minor event, except that I was wearing a Stax Records T-shirt three days ago. Some cities brag that they experience all four seasons; here, we get them in the same week. It’s one of those little quirks about my...

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LampLighter Ad Sales Position

he Cooper-Young LampLighter is currently seeking an Advertising Sales Manager.  This is a great opportunity to get involved with your local neighborhood publication and meet some amazing new people and businesses in the process!  The ideal candidate will be motivated, able to meet tight deadlines, has strong communication skills and a passion for the LampLighter. Advertising Sales Manager Job Description Responsibilities Communicate...

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What does it take to make a LampLighter?

By Leslie Thompson At the beginning of every month, Cooper-Young’s newspaper finds its way to our front porches and neighborhood businesses. Maybe you see it at your door as you’re coming home for the day, or perhaps you’re out working in the yard as a kind stranger delivers it right to you. Either way, if anything is certain when living in this neighborhood, it is that a LampLighter will pass through your hands 11 times a year, as it...

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July 2010 LampLighter
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July 2010 LampLighter

Cooper-Young has been taken over by Zombies! Don’t worry, these monsters are just out for fun, read about their energy saving escapades and the Smallest User Competition in cover articles in this issue. Also inside find updates on the proposed Midtown Zoning Overlay, Midtown’s new dog park, Peabody School, and the construction on the Kroc Center. You will find articles about local art openings, book signings, theatre...

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