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Meanwhile, Down at Dealey Plaza ...

11 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Courtesy Lynne Rostochil Rostochil is standing to the right of Private Pyle in this photo from 1991 that totally looks as though it was taken in 1963. Photographer Craig Hlavaty spent the 45th anniversary of John Kennedy's assassination down at Dealey Plaza -- so you didn't have to. His slide...
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Bobby Jack Pack Takes Aim at Dealey Plaza

9 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
A Friend of Unfair Park sends word that the great Bobby Jack Pack, a Best of Dallas winner and local film-making institution, is this close to wrapping a documentary on Dealey Plaza and, more specifically, those populate the site where President John Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. He describes...
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Dealey Plaza Redo: Beware the Goon Squads

9 years ago by Jim Schutze
Yesterday's city council committee briefing on restoring Dealey Plaza was all very well. The well-intended and the well-heeled have joined together to raise money for a well-designed refurbishing of the place where President John F. Kennedy was ... well, you know ... shot. I'm sure it will be well done...
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Westboro Baptist Church Is Coming to Picket Dealey Plaza

6 years ago by Eric Nicholson
It's been more than a year since Westboro Baptist Church last came to town. Then, they were calling God's wrath down upon Glenn Beck and his "Restoring Love" shindig at Cowboys Stadium. Beck probably deserves to be protested. Most of Westboro's targets -- the families of fallen soldiers, the victims...
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The City of Dallas Removed the White "X" From Dealey Plaza on Monday

6 years ago by Eric Nicholson
Years ago, Dealey Plaza conspiracy man Robert Groden reportedly strolled into the center lane of Elm Street and taped down a white "X" to mark the spot where President John F. Kennedy was struck with the fatal bullet on November 22, 1963. It's actually about about six inches too far...

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