Bar Politics: Fair Park Edition

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Bar Politics: Fair Park Edition
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Bar Politics: Fair Park Edition says
In 1936, the city of Dallas built Fair Park to celebrate the Texas centennial, even though Dallas didn't exist one hundred years earlier.
Now in 2016, we're preparing to privatize the Park and cede control to a man named Walter Humann, even though he doesn't live in Dallas.
But what if you'd like to visit Fair Park BEFORE the 2036 bi-centennial many Dallas politicians are already dewy-eyed about?
What ever happened to the Women's Museum?
What's going on at Dallas Summer Musicals?
And just why aren't there any more options for how the whole thing gets run?
Or are there?

Featuring an interview with Tammy Johnston, chairwoman of the South Blvd- Park Row Historic Neighborhood Association
And a performance from Bar Politics favorites The Last City

Grab a drink and get aware on the first Wednesday in September at Eight Bells Alehouse!
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By: Bar Politics with Josh Kumler