Well, You Did Say "A Time to Dream"

Couldn't make it out to the West Dallas "dreaming session" Saturday, but someone else did: Angela Hunt, who brought along her camera for these photos of what looked (and sounded) like an interesting-ish meet-n-greet. Hunt's cutline commentary is worth a peek too -- like here, where she writes of the Trinity River Corridor Project "A New Future" billboard, "Hmmmm... Something seems to be missing from this beautiful display. Perhaps a certain $1.8 billion monstrosity? I wonder why they're hiding the one piece of the project that will take 90% of its funds?" Or the photo above, which is accompanied by the caption, "Whoever put that orange sticky up there is obviously a subversive. Kudos!"

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Robert Wilonsky
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