Meet the New Trees, Same as the Old Trees?

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Had a few thoughts about the Trees reopening, which I posted here in the wee small hours of this morning; pardon the old man's ramblings. But till yesterday, Pete had never been in Trees, which shuttered well before his arrival in Dallas; our music editor is not burdened by expectations well past their expiration date. Over on DC9, Pete talks with new owner Clint Barlow about others' expectations as Pete and Patrick Michels toured the joint currently under reconstruction in anticipation of its August 14 opening date. Patrick also has a slide show, for those who remember when and those who can't wait till then.

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