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Dallas History

Why We Need to Remember What Happened at Fair Park

Fifty years ago, hundreds of Black families lost their homes for pennies on the dollar in South Dallas. It was not an isolated event.
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Architecture & Design

A Pre-Gold Cup Reminder That the Cotton Bowl Is Still DFW’s Best Soccer Venue

Fair Park's operator has delivered on its promise of bringing a top-notch sporting event to the Cotton Bowl. The arena is an ideal setting for international soccer.
Goodr's event in Houston shortly after the February storms.
Events

A Pop-Up Grocery Is Coming to Fair Park

In an effort to provide free fresh produce and grocery goods to food insecure families in Dallas, the food recovery company Goodr will pop-up this Saturday, April 17.
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Fair Park

Buildings at Fair Park, Including Newly Redone Hall of State, Suffer Water Damage

Officials are assessing the damage, but the newly renovated Hall of State reportedly had two feet of water in its basement.
Fair Park Hall of State
Architecture & Design

Metropolis Magazine Zooms In on Hall of State Renovation

The $14 million renovation project has restored the jewel of Fair Park to its former glory.

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Fair Park

Does the New Fair Park Master Plan Lack Vision?

Efforts to re-imagine the park certainly improve on the status quo. But an independently drafted vision for the park shows how great Fair Park could be.
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Fair Park

Dallas’ Big Hockey Moment

The Cotton Bowl may have been an unexpected hockey venue, but it was an awesome one
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Fair Park

Here’s a First Look at the New Fair Park Master Plan

The new plan proposes adding lots of green space and improving pedestrian connections in and around Fair Park
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Fair Park

A Refuge in Fair Park

A tiny studio in South Dallas offers reiki, sound baths, and a community of healing.
By Susannah Hutcheson
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Fair Park

Fair Park First Calls Out for New Businesses in Fair Park

The park's operator wants proposals from companies who can boost food, drink, and recreational offerings.
By Shawn Shinneman