Brentton Harrison - On growing up in Northside, Heavenly Groceries, and the Jackson CenterInterviewed by Matthew Taylor and Shawn Kuruganti
This interview provides Brentton Harrison’s early biographical information, reflections on his father’s life as a Reverend and his life growing up in Northside including participation in a band while in high school. He shares his involvement with Heavenly Grocery, overseeing the Pancake Jamboree at the Jackson Center, and reflects on relationship with Tim Tyson. He concludes with a discussion in which he offers opinions on challenges facing the Northside Community in regards to students housing and rising property taxes and gives final wishes for action he would like to see in the neighborhood.
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