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On Paper, At Least, the Trinity River Park is Awesome and Amazing

Per the city's Trinity River Park guidelines, this is a "rendering of West Dallas Lake Amphitheater used for concert venue and spectator viewing of fireworks."
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Tomorrow, in addition to discussing the new name for Industrial Boulevard -- spoiler alert: It's Riverfront -- the city council's Trinity River Corridor Project Committee will also take a peek at the 61-page Trinity River Park Design Guidelines handout. Worth a read, so I hear, but also worth a look, as you'll see above. I feel a Tuesday-morning slideshow coming on; also a migrane. --Robert Wilonsky

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