1. Kate Medin: Knox Park

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    For more information about upcoming events: http://www.bcworkshop.org or email inform@bcworkshop.org On Tuesday, December 17, Kate Medin spoke as part of bcWORKSHOP's Winter Shopfront Series. Kate spoke about Knox Park, a pie-piece shape of land located between Highland Park and Uptown in Dallas. Her lecture focused on the history, and what we can learn from communities such as this one.

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    • Nick Kunz: Bexar Street Corridor

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      For more information about upcoming events: http://www.bcworkshop.org or email inform@bcworkshop.org On Tuesday, December 10, Nick Kunz spoke as part of bcWORKSHOP's Winter Shopfront Series. Nick spoke about the Bexar Street Corridor, examining the last 100 years of development within the corridor, and understanding what was effective, what was not, and what that meant for the community.

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      • TJ Bogan: Dallas Streetcars

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        For more information about upcoming events: http://www.bcworkshop.org or email inform@bcworkshop.org On Tuesday, November 19, TJ Bogan spoke as part of bcWORKSHOP's Winter Shopfront Series. TJ's lecture focused on the history of streetcars in the city of Dallas, and tells a rich story of civic development and urban expansion, driven by private investment for private gain.

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        • Isaac Cohen: Turtle Creek Corridor

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          For more information about upcoming events: http://www.bcworkshop.org or email inform@bcworkshop.org On Tuesday, November 12, Isaac Cohen spoke as part of bcWORKSHOP’s Winter Shopfront Series. Isaac’s lecture was on the Turtle Creek Corridor, and how the layering of use, management, and development has created an urban landscape that provides highly variable and often unexpected experiences.

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          • Aaron Benjamin: Dallas City Grid, Order Disguised as Chaos

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            Spring 2013 bcSHOPFRONT series July 11, 2013 for more information about upcoming events: www.bcworkshop.org or email inform@bcworkshop.org On Thursday, July 11, bcWORKSHOP’s own Aaron Benjamin gave a lecture about the Dallas City Grid entitled Order Disguised as Chaos. New to the city of Dallas, Aaron began researching the history of the city grid and how we ended up with the street system we have today. Though the streets of Dallas may seem random, they are actually the result of hundreds of decisions made by the pioneers, land owners, business-people and politicians of Dallas over the last one hundred and seventy years.

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