VOL. 121 | NO. 72 | Monday, April 3, 2006
A new program is helping inner-city boys get out of Memphis and into the country.
White picket fences. Rows of mass-produced houses. Vacant land gobbled up by suburban sprawl. They're all the hallmarks of Levitt and Sons, the famed homebuilding family and 77-year-old company that's credited with inventing the modern suburb.