Justin TerveenSaturday night was Victory Park's moment to shine. (Click to expand into a larger window. Or compare to this shot.) It was easy to go home a little unimpressed last year by Dallas's Earth Hour 2009 showing -- but then again, you know they were just setting up a sequel. Sur ... More >>
Justin TerveenDowntown Dallas as it looked during last year's Earth HourSpeaking of our pal Justin ...Last year we enlisted him to shoot the city as it went dark for World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour. Only problem: Despite the lengthy list of buildings scheduled to join the 60-minute blackout, it ... More >>
Justin TerveenFor one magical hour Saturday night, Dallas was barely recognizable.Wishful thinking, maybe, that the World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour 2009 would amount to much of anything in Dallas.With that long list of participating buildings, it was fun to imagine downtown without electricity for ... More >>
As we mentioned a few weeks back, the mayor's looking to get Dallas residents to turn out the lights for a solid hour Saturday night, beginning at 8:30, as part of the World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour 2009. Initially, only the downtown skyline was scheduled for the blackout, but Meranda Cohn at City ... More >>
When the entire Dallas skyline goes dark at 8:30 p.m. on March 28, fret not: It'll be totally intentional. That's because the city announced today that it will participate in the World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour 2009, which calls for folks to dim their lights as part of the "largest climate awarenes ... More >>
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The Trinity River Plan's billion-dollar vision of levees, parks, and ponds has Mayor Ron Kirk--and most of Dallas--spellbound. But engineers warn it could lead to a flooding catastrophe and destroy the same poor neighborhoods it's designed to help.