San Franciscans, the property-owners among them anyway, have long ago discovered that preservation is good for the purse. I use preservation broadly to include zoning restrictions, height restrictions, etc.- keeping things the way they are. Somehow preservation has thus far been seen as progressive. Small Victorian houses are being saved while the high rents caused […]
Emma is a French-built car from 1970 running on a Johnstown-built PCC car frame. It entered service in Dallas this year. Photos by Eric Miller
Extending Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Arts District towards the Perot Museum of Nature and Science seems like a no-brainer, but doesn’t seem like an easy task. Part of the park would need to be elevated if it were to extend much beyond Akard Street. Were there interest in expanding the park at the other […]
The recently constructed Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Arts District just isn’t big enough. The five-acre green space built over a freeway has become so popular it has brought about talk of expansion. An article today in the Dallas Morning News says discussions are underway to extend the park towards the Perot Museum. Since […]
Texas has some amazing sunsets. Surrounded by buildings in Dallas makes it hard to see them sometimes. None-the-less sometimes you spot one and have access to a parking garage (they are sometimes desirable!). These are from the West Village garage. There are also a few shots of cute PacMan holiday decorations. Why not?