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Central Dallas Association

  • Blogs

    November 5, 2007

    At Least One Developer Thinks a Toll Road Taking People Away from the City's a Bad Idea

    M. Thomas Lardner -- and the M, apparently, stands for "Man, that dude is smart and handsome!" All these snap-crackle-pops at The Dallas Morning News want to tell me that of course the Trinity River toll road will be good for development downtown. How in the hell would they know? I had a 45-minute c ... More >>

  • News

    October 13, 2005

    What's in store?

    Plus: Rescued from the Reich

  • News

    April 22, 2004

    Out of the Frying Pan

    Monica Greene tries her hand at vote-getting

  • News

    February 12, 2004

    Grab for Privates

    Should we turn local government over to a corporation?

  • News

    November 28, 2002

    Big-Ticket Laura

    No fix for potholes, but big parks for the fat cats

  • News

    November 29, 2001

    The Thing That Ate Downtown

    Downtown’s real estate barons are terrified that Perot-Hicks’ slick Victory project could wreak havoc on their own tax-funded plans to fix the city’s core

  • News

    October 26, 2000

    Flood Relief

    A proposal for public potties in Dallas builds steam

  • News

    May 20, 1999

    Ring Ma Bell

    When heavyweight Southwestern Bell gets into a brawl with AT&T at the Legislature, consumers--that's you--are the ones who get beat up

  • News

    March 4, 1999

    Look on the bright side

    City bureaucrats do in a report on closing Harwood Street for the Nasher garden

  • News

    December 11, 1997

    The other arena

    With major arts players jockeying for position in a new performing arts center, will smaller groups be left out of the Arts District altogether?

  • News

    April 25, 1996

    Soul Power

    The city's future is in the hooves of a winged horse--and in the New Age musings of the Dallas Institute of Humanities.

  • News

    February 2, 1995

    Building to a Crescendo

    Dallas Opera was once the toast of the nation. Now it is reaching for that high note again.

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