Schutze is out of the office, no doubt freshening up his deep, dark tan for his forthcoming television appearance, about which we were just notified by Meg Fullwood at KERA. As she does every week, Meg sent along the programming schedule for next week's Thinks, both the radio and teevee editions, and at the bottom of her e-mail was this notice of note:
Where does Dallas stand on the Trinity River Project? Will the recent decertification of the levees delay construction? What about the signature bridges? We'll get the story this evening with Lee Hancock of The Dallas Morning News and Jim Schutze of the Dallas Observer.
Next up, after yesterday's speech over pastaroni, Jim will come to your house and talk about sand.
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