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Lara Solt/Staff Photographer Mayor Mike Rawlings is depending on former city manager Mary Suhm to help make the U.S. Conference of Mayors convention a success in Dallas next year. Since she retired, Suhm has finished up the budget for the current
Michael Ainsworth/Staff Photographer Crowds look up at an Alamosauraus in the Dinosaur exhibit at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science on November 26, 2013. The museum has blown through attendance estimates during it's first year of operation.
The Dallas City Council has approved a two-year pilot project for a free downtown shuttle service with stops at more than a dozen sites. The $2.5 million project approved Wednesday also involves bus operator Dallas Area Rapid Transit and the business
Downtown Dallas shuttle map Traveling around downtown can be a bit of a hassle...This morning, the Dallas City Council approved a 2-year pilot project for a free downtown shuttle. The shuttle has been in the planning stages for some time, but it hit
Stephan Pyles announces his new restaurant location with John Crawford with Downtown Dallas Inc. and developer Craig Hall. (Steve Brown) Dallas top chef and restauranteur Stephan Pyles will have a big presence in the new Hall Arts office tower that's
After just 13 months feeding Main Street Garden from the 175-square-foot box on the patio, Rusty Taco is out...Though, as Nancy Nichols noted earlier in the week , its liquor license has already lapsed. But a replacement the third operator in MSG's
Pegasus peeks through the February fog earlier this year, only partially illuminated. That changes one week from today. (Kye Lee/Staff photographer) Downtown Dallas' first and most famous skyline icon returns June 28 when Pegasus once again lights up
Klyde Warren Park's board of directors proposed assessing a small tax on surrounding businesses to maintain the park. Some bold-faced names in charge of the Arts District who once called the request shortsighted are now onboard with the PID. (Kye R.
It's been more than five months since the last public discussion concerning the need to repair, replace or raze altogether the highway separating downtown from Deep Ellum. But that doesn't mean the issue has disappeared: The Texas Department of
Dallas Morning News) A tourist-oriented shuttle linking downtown Dallas to the Bishop Arts District and other landmarks will include expanded access to north Oak Cliff, according to preliminary action taken Tuesday by Dallas Area Rapid Transit's