Earlier today on The Ticket, Hardline host Mike Rhyner brought up two of our favorite subjects: Dallas's demolition of what little history it has left (especially downtown) and our "well-known city muckraker," who, last week, wrote about the Dallas Independent School District's plans to tear down Adamson High School and replace it with a new building. The great Michael Gruber was kind enough to provide us with the audio, which I completely missed since I was probably on the phone with some Dallas Morning News executive. It's right ...
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