Yes, yes and yes to all those wondering if Dr. James Phoestus Schutze will still brighten up KERA-Channel 13's airwaves tonight at 7:30 with sand-in-the-levees talk. Says right here:
WHAT'S ON TODAY
The Trinity Saga
Lee Hancock, Jim Schutze & Philip Haas
Where does Dallas stand on the Trinity River Project? Will the recent decertification of the levees delay construction? What about the signature bridges? We'll get the story this evening with Lee Hancock of the Dallas Morning News and Jim Schutze of the Dallas Observer.
Haas will be on to talk about this: Butchers, Dragons, Gods & Skeletons at the Kimball Art Museum. Now, see, that sounds like something worth tuning in for.
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