Frank Lloyd Wright’s Kalita Humphreys Theater is the single most neglected and mismanaged landmark in Dallas,and its state of disrepair is an ongoing civic travesty. In my most recent long-ish form piece, I write about how this has happened, and about the plan to finally do something about it. I hope you will read it, and join the conservancy fighting for to save this treasure for the city.

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