When the city, AT&T and golfing legend Lee Trevino gathered at City Hall last November to announce plans for a PGA-caliber golf course in southern Dallas, they were long on such adjectives as "game changer" and "world-class" but short on details, like where the tens of millions of dollars to build t ... More >>
A couple of days ago The Dallas Morning News reported that the new Audubon Center, a vaunted jewel in the tiara of the Trinity River project, is sucking wind already, failing to attract the visitors and income the city had hoped for.
Being mean to bird-watchers is difficult even for me, but I can ... More >>
I have a column in tomorrow's paper wailing about the city's failure ever to generate a true high-concept vision for the park we're supposed to be building on the Trinity River.
We've seen bits and pieces of ideas come and go -- good, bad and ugly. Audubon Center, good. Horse Park, iffy. Amusement ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsA National Parks Conservancy Association mascot teaches children that bears are great for hugging.
The two-day Earth Day Dallas celebration kicked off in the Arts District at 10 this morning, and right from the start it was absolutely packed -- thanks to the Trammell S. ... More >>
Photos by Harry WilonskyFor the moment, at least, it isn't easy to access The Former Trinity Standing Wave, known, for now, as The Dallas Wave -- though that's but an unofficial working title being floated out there (see what I did?). Willis Winters, assistant director of Parks and Rec, offered t ... More >>
From the looks of this sneak peek at a presentation Willis Winters, assistant director of Park and Rec, is giving the council's Trinity River Corridor Project Committee on Tuesday, that $3 mil earmarked for the so-called Loop 12 Gateway will most likely wind up being spent on Trinity River Audubo ... More >>