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The Plywood Report: Lovely Fifty Fifty

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Residents of the North Mississippi hood will add wood-fired pizza to their swelling list of neighborhood amenities when Lovely Hula Hands (LHH) owners/sisters Sarah and Jane Minnick debut Lovely Fifty Fifty in a brand-new mixed-use building adjacent to LHH later this fall. The project is on target for a mid-December delivery, says a friendly mustached construction worker onsite at the Numiss Building. Numiss was the last new project to rise from the North Mississippi dirt before that neighborhood's prolific building boom came to a rusty halt last fall. Despite the downtick, Naples-style wood-fired pizza will do well in the rapidly gentrifying NoPo, where there doesn't exist a single decent Old-World-style pie among the dozens of new eateries.

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