A documentary film about the changing landscape in East Macon, Georgia, commissioned by the Macon Arts Alliance. In 2015, plans for an 'artist's village' were drawn up by the Macon Arts Alliance, who, along with a long list of partner organizations and government agencies, set about doing a "creative placemaking" project in this blighted former cotton mill village. Through interviews, archival materials, home movies, and photographs, this eastside ethnography grapples with questions of home, history, place, race, and real estate. Read more about the project at Neighborhood Nik. Excerpts below.