Parking concerns grow with Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District A proposed rezoning near Bishop Avenue and Neely Street would clear the way for a restaurant near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. And such a change would be bad for its residential neighborhood. That’s what six residents of the Kidd Springs area in ... 05/9/2012 - 11:11 am | View Link
Amidst city council’s excitement over Arboretum developments, questions and concerns over parking problem You’ll find the video below, and you’ll note it hints at the coming problem, promising that annual attendance at the Arboretum will “grow to over 1 million ... the city,” Atkins said, from Bishop Arts to downtown to Fair Park. 05/1/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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In the great progressive spirit, here are a few tips on how to talk to and morally improve your family this Thanksgiving: 1. Your crazy uncle complains in passing that the construction on Redlands Avenue is limiting the flow of traffic to his hardware store, and wonders if the job could be completed more quickly.
Thanks to the FDAs calorie labeling regulations announced Tuesday, major changes will soon be coming to the food and restaurant industries. The regulation itself is nothing new; it became law in 2010 as a provision attached to the Affordable Care Act, but final rules were delayed for the past few years, thanks in large part to heavy opposition from grocery stores, pizza chains, vending machines, convenience stores, and movie theaters.
The New York Times published a most unfortunate editorial on Tuesday based entirely on an inaccurate premise. "It is heartbreaking," the paper's editorial board wrote, "to see the Israeli cabinet approve a contentious bill that would officially define Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people, reserving 'national rights' only for Jews." The paper implicitly refers to the bill as one that "diminishes the rights of [Israel's] people" and "[denies] full rights to minorities." The proposed bill does neither of these.
The first-ever contract for exports of the S-400 Triumf air defense missile system has been signed. "A contract between Rosoboronexport and the Chinese Defense Ministry was signed at the beginning of this fall for the delivery of at least six battalions of S-400 air defense missile systems worth of more than $3 billion," Vedomosti reported on Wednesday.