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Between Trees's Reopening and Plans for a New 2826, Mabye It Is 1992 in Deep Ellum

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Like I said earlier,

interesting fare on deck for the City Plan Commission this week -- including yet another stab at running a club called 2826 at, um, 2826 Elm Street.

Pete's hinted at the rebirth before

; 'bout an hour ago, he posted a follow-up regarding Frank Maldonado's plans for "

the largest stage in Deep Ellum

." In the meantime,

Trees sure looks nice

.


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