John Wiley Price Trial Begins. Sorta. Yesterday there was a pretrial hearing held in Judge Barbara Lynn’s court, and Jim Schutze showed that he is champing at the bit to cover this thing. See his description of the prosecution: “The government’s table was led by Assistant U.S. Attorney Walt M. Junker, a man who looms when he stands, broad-shouldered with a mop of black hair and a face not easily broken by levity.” Read his whole report. We’re lucky to have him the courtroom, not least because of the deep background knowledge he brings to the enterprise.
Mystery Artist Paints Graffiti in Keller. The city has decided it likes the work, saying: “This is the first time in the city’s history the Parks department has decided not to cover an artist’s work, and members of both the Parks and Public Arts boards have expressed support for additional pieces by this artist in the tunnel, further clarifying this situation as a unique one.” But don’t we all enjoy a little mystery in our lives?
North Texas Leads Nation in Warehouse Demand. Okay, look, I was desperate for a third item. Not much going on. Except a whole lot of demand for warehouse space. So. Yeah.Read More