Tag Archives: Chicago Tribune

The Dullest Arts District Money Can Buy?

by Suzanne Calvin

Actually, this piece that appeared in the “Chicago Tribune” isn’t as critical as my headline would imply; but it certainly points out that there’s more to be done to make the Dallas Arts District the grand fusion of streetlife and art that turns public spaces into people places (a la Millennium Park) and to give […]

The "P" Word

by tdoadmin

You know, when it comes to any discussion of the new Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, one of the first questions we get after “Where can I find my seat?” is the inevitable expression of concern about parking.  We’re going to undergo a period of adjustment–no […]

The “P” Word

by Suzanne Calvin

You know, when it comes to any discussion of the new Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, one of the first questions we get after “Where can I find my seat?” is the inevitable expression of concern about parking.  We’re going to undergo a period of adjustment–no […]