Pro Post-Mortem 

A popular neighborhood program is neglected to death

Midtown's Doolen-Fruitvale neighborhood has its rougher edges—burglaries, poverty, copious graffiti—but a touch of serenity has taken root here on Flower Street, where Lorraine Barker stands before a gently flowing straw-bale wall, in the soothing shade of a dense mesquite. Called the Flower…

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