When the State Fair of Texas comes around in the fall, its namesake park in South Dallas comes to life.
Football fans and concert goers fill the Cotton Bowl and Dos Equis Pavilion.
When Fletcher’s corny dogs aren’t in season, with the exception of a few museum lovers and avid power walkers, Fair Park remains quiet the rest of the year.
That’s something that the city has spent decades trying to change.
The Dallas City Council on Wednesday will vote on the updated master plan for its…