This week, the SAGA Pod gets some new artwork (although when iTunes will switch it, who knows?), a new microphone (which I’m still getting used to; you can tell when I look away to check the Internet while talking), and the same ol’ stammering host you know and love. First, Jim Schutze talks about his story in this week’s Observer, about how DISD teachers are already lining up for their next battle with the administration. We also talk about why I wrote that Brett Shipp article and why I want to marry Lisa Blue. (It’s not complicated.) Then, the splendid architecture critic from the Dallas Morning News, Mark Lamster, chimes in to talk about tearing out a downtown highway, why commenters love-hate him (and why he loves them), and proves that he’s a dedicated pod listener. As always, you can sign up for the pod on iTunes here, or the rss feed here, or just listen below. Cheers.
- The Oak Cliff DISD Trustee Race Has Turned Ugly by Eric Celeste
- City Council Gives Zale Corp. $450K to Sort-of Move to Dallas by Jason Heid
- Are the Stars Trying To Keep Blues Fans From Buying Tickets? by Tim Rogers
- The Real Housewives of Dallas Rocker Husband’s Music Is About What You’d Expect by Alex Macon
- AT&T Launches ‘It Can Wait’ Campaign for Hispanic Market by Danielle Abril
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