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Trinity River Corridor in Dallas

March 2, 2018 - Brent Brown Steps Down From bcWorkshop to Head Trinity Park Conservancy "The architect, city planner, and urban designer will lead the effort to implement the Michael van Valkenburgh plan for the Trinity River" D Magazine
February 28, 2018 - Ticket information for AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest FC available "Tickets for the AT&T Byron Nelson scheduled for May 17-20 are available at General admission tickets are $45. Admission is free for patrons 17 and under and active duty, military reserve, national guard, military retirees and veterans." The Dallas Morning News
February 27, 2018 - Developers Plant Their Flags on Trinity Park’s Future "The designers of Trinity Park, the largest urban park in the nation when completed, always envisioned high-density development along its edges." Towers
February 26, 2018 - The 1897 Battle of the Trinity Bridge Jumpers "When a New Yorker tried to raise money to jump off the Commerce Street bridge into the Trinity, a local was 'determined that the honor of Dallas should be upheld.'" D Magazine
February 22, 2018 - BMW Dallas Marathon to host Dallas' biggest office party at Trinity Groves "The BMW Dallas Marathon is expanding its programming by adding a new evening event. The May 3 Dallas Corporate 5K at Trinity Groves is being billed as Dallas' largest office party." The Dallas Morning News
February 9, 2018 - Sneak peek of photography exhibit 'Impact: Humans & Birds in Dallas' "The Dallas Morning News has partnered with the Trinity River Audubon Center to present a collection of images from The News archive intended to illuminate the life of birds in and around Dallas." The Dallas Morning News
February 1, 2018 - West Dallas urban farm is bridging historic neighborhood with restaurant development "Many restaurants are adding raised garden beds or hydroponic grow towers to their properties so that they can grow their own ingredients. But the Trinity Groves restaurant complex in West Dallas has something even better in its backyard — an urban farm." The Dallas Morning News
January 31, 2018 - Riverfront project in the works would link downtown Dallas, Uptown to the Trinity River "A waterfront development in the works near downtown Dallas would bring housing, retail and commercial buildings to the banks of the Trinity River." The Dallas Morning News
November 6, 2017 - Water Be Damned, Dallas Wanted To Become A Port City "Dallas abandoned its topography in pursuit of a fantasy which never came to be. A show at SMU's Pollock Gallery tells the story in a loop." D Magazine
"A West Dallas lady, washed out of her little new home, took a philosophical view of the loss. She said, 'Yes, sir, my house is floating, my household goods are ruined; but, I can work and pay for more, just as I did for these.'"

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