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Thursday, September 1, 2011

The line is open

Posted By on Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 5:01 PM

Thursday thoughts here. Final notes:

* WM3: Rolling Stone recounts the celebrity angle on the West Memphis Three case and the influence of various musicians in their release.

* BROADWAY BRIDGE: Here's a free D-G report on the session on design of the replacement Broadway Bridge. Bikers were out pressing for bike lane accommodation. Some talk of desire for a striking design. My comment: Money. Iconic designs are rarely cheaper. We're still a couple of years away from final plans.

* SALAMI SWAMI: Eat Arkansas breaks meaty news — a custom charcuterie to open in Hillcrest named, what else, Hillcrest Artisan Meat (HAM).

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