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Hope That Big Ol' Trinity River Model's More Exciting Than the Poster

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Our Man Merten's over at Trinity Trust Foundation HQ for the big unveiling of the 20-foot-long model of the Trinity River Corridor Project, which should be happening right ... about ... now. His show-and-tell is due shortly. I only hope it's more exciting than the public invite above, as in: "The public is invited to visit The Trinity Center and view this remarkable model on September 10, 2008 at 10 a.m." Remarkable? We'll be the judge of that. And: What building is that supposed to be, anyway -- the one towering over Reunion Tower? Is that where they keep Rapunzel? --Robert Wilonsky

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