School of Architecture

david dillon bibliography

Introduction

Between 1984 and 2006, David Dillon wrote nearly 1,000 articles for The Dallas Morning News.  While he also wrote books and wrote for national magazines like Metropolis and Architectural Record, his body of work at the newspaper provides a window into the architectural and urban development of north Texas.  Dillon acted both as a journalist, reporting on new buildings, real estate deals, and city policy changes, and as a critic, suggesting ways that those buildings and city policies could be better, more responsive to the needs of the city and region.

Examples of Dillon’s articles are included here with the kind permission of The Dallas Morning News. Those interested in reading the other articles can find access behind a pay wall at dallasnews.com or get the article for free through their community public library in Texas; UT Arlington faculty and students may access them through the UTA Library databases.

The David Dillon Bibliography is an ongoing project. Its first stage, looking only at the Dallas Morning News, was begun by students in the architectural history seminar “History of Contemporary Theory” in Spring 2012.  Many thanks to them: Elizabeth Bigler, Jonathan Chen-See, Cody Connell, Samantha Doughty, Jenna Ericsson, Kathleen Forrest, Marina Gomez, Chance Heath, Donovan Howard, Elvis Ibarra, Laura Loyola, Brad Lengen, Matt Lopez, Ricardo Leon, Danny Montalvo, Marie Oehlerking, T. Cord Read, Jeremy Roberson, Sarah Whittaker.


1984: 11 articles

"THE EDUCATION OF HARLAN CROW - The son of the world's largest developer wants to build a few good buildings and a liveable downtown. - But first, he had to teach himself how.." 11 Nov. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 31 Oct. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 3F.

"WHERE'S THE NEW CONCERT HALL? - DSO Facility falls victim to Murphy's Law." 28 Oct. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"THE DEEP ELLUM SPECULATION--As developers move in, rents increase and the artists depart Dallas' 'SOHO'." 25 Oct. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"BYE-BYE BORING BUILDINGS - It's a frill a minute on the Dallas skyline." 30 Sep. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"REOPENING NIGHT - Lakewood Theater's redesign misguided, but effort wins praise." 26 Sep. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"FAIR PARK Renovation aims to return vibrancy to city's Art Deco social melting pot." 23 Sep. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A DALLAS LANDMARK IS LOOKING FOR FACE LIFT - $400,000 will restore the Margo Jones Theater." 5 Sep. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"HOMETOWNS USA: FITCHBURG - Massachusetts factory town threatened by urban blight enjoys revival." 26 Aug. 1984, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1a.

"FESTIVAL MARKET - Is this trendy retail concept really appropriate for Dallas?." 21 Aug. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"CONVENTIONAL SPACE DALLAS' CENTER HAS BEEN MADE MORE EXPRESIVE THAN MANY." 15 Aug. 1984, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

1985: 80 articles

"CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE DALLAS 'UNDERGROWTH'." 15 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"FROM OLD-FASHIONED TO OVERDONE - Fort Worth's Burnett Park remade into formal, but stiff area." 18 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"`WHAT MAKES A CITY'." 20 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"'MUDPIT' ARCHITECTURE GOES MAINSTREAM - Rebel firm's controversial designs heralded classical-modern trend." 26 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"SUNDANCE: BOON OR BUST?." 29 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

SNAFUS PLAGUE EXPOSITION PLAZA - Long-term benefits collide with the short-term needs of '86 Sesquicentennial"SNAFUS PLAGUE EXPOSITION PLAZA - Long-term benefits collide with the short-term needs of '86 Sesquicentennial." 3 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2e.

"ARCHITECTURE BREAKS NEW GROUND - Winning ALA designs blend old, new with unobtrusive presence." 10 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"PRESERVATION - Future of 82-year-old school clouded by clash of neighborhood, historic interests." 16 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A PLACE FOR BUNGALOWS - Popular dwellings put the good life in reach of Everyman 1900-1930." 18 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"GREENE AND GREENE BUNGALOW DESIGN PUT THE AMERICAN DREAM IN REACH FOR MANY." 23 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 17a.

"SURVEY DOCUMENTS HISTORIC BUILDINGS." 25 Jun. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2E.

"CAN SCULPTURE KEEP ITS PLACE IN THE SUN? - Giant skyscrapers threaten to overshadow DMA garden." 2 Jul. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"`STONE CARVERS' CUTS ITS NICHE IN TV VIEWING." 5 Jul. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1c.

"IT'S PLAIN AND SIMPLE: THESE BUILDINGS WORK - Gary Cunningham's attention to the no-nonsense details provides a welcome contrast to frills and flash in Dallas."18 Jul. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"A SMALL GEM AT RICE UNIVERISTY - Energy, restraint blend in Herring Hall." 23 Jul. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"BUILT FAST --- BUT THEY LAST - Avion Village was built as temporary wartime housing in 1941, but its sturdy, prefab walls are standing strong 44 years later." 28 Jul. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"CRITIC LAUDS PRESERVATION, BLASTS BULLDOZING FOR BUCKS." 30 Jul. 1985, Home Final, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTEBOOK." 4 Aug. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5C.

"OLD SCHOOL SHAPES NEW OFFICE - Oklahoma re-do marries heritage, modern design." 6 Aug. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"`36 EXPOSITION OFFERED VISIONS OF THE FUTURE - Visitors to Texas Centennial viewed four dream houses." 11 Aug. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"INTERFIRST PLAZA SHORT ON EXCITEMENT - Dallas' tallest building isn't bad, it's just conventional." 10 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 15 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5c.

"ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS SEEK LESSONS IN MEXICO DISASTER." 23 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, news: 23a.

"QUAKE TO HAVE LASTING IMPACT ON BUILDING DESIGN." 24 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 15a.

"A GARDEN OF VISUAL DELIGHTS - For a peek at '50s landscaping style, step into Southwestern Life's plaza." 25 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"CHAPEL OF THE INCARNATION: A FUNCTIONAL METAPHOR - Simple designs preserve its sense of intimacy." 26 Sep. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"CHANGING GUARD AT THE OL' ARSENAL - Refurbished military warehouses in San Antonio are the new home for a major grocery's headquarters." 2 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"DILBECK, MEYER AND FORD - Dallas architects of the Forties and Fifties and their enduring contributions." 6 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, DALLAS LIFE: 14.

"FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT PROFILED IN TV SHOW." 13 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 3C.

"IS THERE A PLACE FOR THE ARTS IN THE ARTS DISTRICT? - Conceived as a downtown cultural oasis, it's developed into a real estate playground." 13 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"REPUBLICBANK CENTER TO BLEND ARCHITECTURAL STYLES." 16 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 12a.

"THINGS ARE LOOKING UP FOR PRESERVATIONISTS - Recommendation favoring Investment Tax Credits buoys spirits at conference." 17 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"REMOVAL OF ARTIFACTS PIQUES PRESERVATIONISTS - Texas art collector assailed for planning to sell light fixtures after buying historic bungalow." 20 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"SEATTLE'S MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS - Pike Place concept saves landmarks and preserves city's sense of history." 24 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 28 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2E.

"HARVARD OPENS A BRASH, EXUBERANT ART MUSEUM - The Sackler is as eclectic as the campus on which it sits." 29 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"SHAPING A NEW HOME FOR AN ART INSTITUTION - Austin's Laguna Gloria Museum will be moving downtown in 1988." 30 Oct. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"CONVENTION STICKS TO THE NUTS AND BOLTS - Texas Society of Architects meeting offers lots of technical data, little in way of inspiration." The Dallas Morning News5 Nov. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"ART WITH STRINGS ATTACHED: WILL THE REVES COLLECTION BE WORTH IT?." 10 Nov. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 9C.

"A SENSIBLE DESIGN AMID THE MCKINNEY CACOPHONY - Building shows how simplicity can make an elegant statement." 13 Nov. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"SEATTLE'S BOLD DOWNTOWN RENOVATION - Diverse Pioneer Square makes richer cities envious." 16 Nov. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"SETTING FOR REVES COLLECTION FAITHFUL BUT UNDISTINGUISED." 24 Nov. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"PAPER ARCHITECT'S ETCHINGS ON VIEW IN DALLAS EXHIBITION." 4 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 4F.

"RESKINNING THE SKYLINE - Wary of being outdone, older Dallas buildings get redone." 5 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"'ARCHITECTURE IN SILVER': SERVICE WITH A STYLE - Fort Worth Art Museum exhibits coffee and tea sets." 12 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"ERICKSON WINS AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS GOLD MEDAL." 14 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5F.

"PBS TO OFFER A WONDERFUL TOUR OF `TREASURE HOUSES OF BRITAIN'." 15 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 8C.

"MEETING THE REMODELING CHALLENGE - Dallas architect transforms PrestonHollow ranch home into design showpiece." 16 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"DALLAS PLAZA HOTEL RISES ABOVE TARNISHED REPUTATION - New owners renovate former Hilton establishment." 19 Dec. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 10 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 6C.

"SWISS AVENUE: BIRTHPLACE OF PRIDE IN PRESERVATION - Historic District Tour of Homes exemplifies changes in Dallas." 6 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"BAD BREAK FOR OLD BUILDINGS - Plan to end tax credits sparks fight for restoration." 2 May, 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"PHILIP JOHNSON - The flamboyant architect has transformed skylines from New York to Houston. What's in store for Dallas?." 28 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"DOES DALLAS LIKE ITS DOWNTOWN? - Survey shows attitudes changing about street life." 27 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: MORE THAN GARDEN DESIGN." 21 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 9C.

"THE STREETS ABOVE THE STREETS - Skyways provide many functions, but how do they fit into cities?." 21 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"DESIGN WITH A SENSITIVITY TO PLACE - Relation to surroundings mafor consideration for Dallas architecture awards." 17 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"MODELS: WHEN LESS IS MORE - Elaborate mock-ups show what drawings of new buildings can't." 10 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"A TRIP DOWN MEMORY FOUR-LANE - Highway 80 once carried travelers from coast to coast. - Super highways put an end to that, but not to its vintage charms.." 7 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, DALLAS LIFE: 9.

"YALE ART PROFESSOR TAKES PBS PODIUM." 7 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 3c.

"THE BLANK WALLS OF ARCHITECTURE - William Whyte's photos show a trend that shuts the people out." 3 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"ELM STREET SKYBRIDGE COULD BE A BIG MISTAKE." 2 Apr. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2E.

"GRAND HOTEL LOBBIES PROVIDE PUBLIC DRAMA - Area establishments greet guests with elegance." 28 Mar. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"REGIONAL DESIGN WITH UNIVERSAL APPEAL - Architect Harris' innovative simplicity is as natural in Dallas as in California." 27 Mar. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"LITTLE CHAPEL IN THE WOODS - O'Neil Ford's design, rich details blend to form this unique church." 19 Mar. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT Public Amenities Could Bring Downtown Dallas Down to Earth." 14 Mar. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"WHERE IS DALLAS ARCHITECTURE GOING? - 'Flatiron' building raises ominous questions about what the future will bring." 2 Mar. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"CORPORATE TREEHOUSE BLENDS WITH SETTING SPE World Headquarters designed to coexist with nature, neighborhood." 28 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"EXAMINING DOWNTOWN DALLAS - Sociologist Whyte wants to know what the people think." 24 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A DISCUSSION ON THE STATE OF THE ARTS - National Endowment weighs issues ranging from blockbuster exhibits to funding." 23 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1f.

"DMA HOSTS SYMPOSIUM - Prestigious NEA gathering to focus on art museums." 20 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"THE BORROWED SKYLINE - Architectural imitation is not new, but where do architects draw the line?." 17 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"BLACK-AND-WHITE IMAGES OF ARCHITECTURE." 14 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"A CORPORATE ALTERNATIVE - Zale's new headquarters fits the firm's informal approach to big business." 13 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"GRAND ALLUSION - A sleek, modernistic pied-a-terre borrows from architecture of the ages." 3 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, DALLAS LIFE: 19.

"THE GRAND PLAZA OF LAS COLINAS Williams Square conceived in historic European proportions." 2 Feb. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"A WEALTH OF DESIGN, A LACK OF THEME - McKinney Place is jumbled collection of building styles." 22 Jan. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"FILM DIPS INTO WATER GARDEN." 16 Jan. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"BORROWING FROM THE PAST - Industrial age Crystal Palace influences computer age Infomart." 13 Jan. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1c.

"A PROBLEM OF PRESERVATION - Threatened Metropolitan raises questions about saving buildings." 3 Jan. 1985, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

1986

"MARKETPLACE GARAGE OFFERS NICE PARKING SPACE - Unobtrusive West End Building Makes Case For New Zoning Laws." 27 Feb. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"`DOG DAYS' GETS MORE THAN IT DESERVES - New Arts does wonders with predictable play." 1 Mar. 1986, Home Final, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F."MIES VAN DER ROHE - This Master Architect Showed The World That Less Is More. - The Result Was The Steel And Glass Skyscraper -- And The Modern Skyline.." 9 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

""FRESHWATER" IS ENTERTAININGLY DOTTY - Celebrities deliver reading of Virginia Woolf trifle at Dallas Museum of Art." 11 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"MANHATTAN FLASHBACK - The 54-story Equitable Tower borrows from '30s." 12 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F."SHOPPING THE `MIRACLE MILE' - Lovers Lane reflects a happy medium between old and new business interests." 13 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"THE RESCUE OF NYC'S BATTERY PARK CITY." 17 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E."DTC DUSTS OFF 'THE GLASS MENAGERIE' - Solid production promises to get even better with time." 27 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"`PRIDE OF PLACE' TAKES VIEWER ON A TRIP THROUGH ARCHITECTURE." 24 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E."Architecture Notes." 27 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 4F.

"THE CRESCENT - Dallas' Newest, Glitziest High-Rise Promises Us A Great Building, But Does It Deliver The Goods?." 30 Mar. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A bridge linking Dallas with its past - Houston Street Viaduct stands tall after more than 70 years." 3 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"Reviving a cultural paean to Dallas - Fair Park changes designed to restore Centennial's glory." 9 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F."EDWARD BARNES' ROMANTIC VISION - Architect is honored for a landmark house in Dallas." 16 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

Sumner, Jane. "INSIDE THE ARTS." 13 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 7c.

""MASTER HAROLD" TOES METAPHORICAL LINE - Dancing represents freedom for blacks, keeping in step for whites." 12 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"`New Regionalism' eludes panel - Symposium failed to find spark for lively exchange." 30 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"A RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE - Touring Dallas Churches, From An Architectural Perspective." 20 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, DALLAS LIFE: 12.

"Sweet suburban dreams prevail at Westbriar - Fort Worth development revives pastoral design." 6 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"HOW DENTON RESCUED ITS VISUAL ARTS CENTER - Spirited effort meets artists' needs, preserves architectural traditions." 5 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"`Cathedral' tells the story of the medieval skycraper - David Macaulay's special constructed factually." 30 Apr. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"A CUT ABOVE THE MEDIOCRE - Premier Place adds a touch of elegance to North Central." 12 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 13 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2E.""BILOXI BLUES': EUGENE GOES TO BOOT CAMP - Writer comes of age in a play that succeeds despite stereotypes." 15 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"USING THE INANE TO SELL THE URBAN - Bunny ears, water walls add human touch." 19 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"`Is There Life After High School?': Who cares? - Dallas production lays an egg." 21 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"RESTORATION BRINGS UP OLD CAPITOL IDEAS." 25 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, TEXAS & SOUTHWEST: 41A.

"CAPITOL'S DESIGN REFLECTS HISTORY - Structure rich in ornamental detail." 25 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, TEXAS & SOUTHWEST: 45A.

"Four for the Wrecking Ball? - Dallas may still have a chance to save its past." 25 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"CLEANUP AT THE COWTOWN CORRAL - Restoration begins at Stockyards coliseum." 29 May, 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"WHAT'S NEXT FOR FARMER'S MARKET? - Careful Consideration Needed To Create Quality Urban Spaces." 2 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"SOBERING IMAGES OF DOWNTOWN - Photos focus on an `archival' Dallas." 6 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"`IRMA VEP' IS WONDERFULLY TACKY - Sidesplitting laughs abound." 9 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"AWARD WINNERS ARE DIVERSE, UNPRETENTIOUS - Architecture jury stresses quality, craft." 9 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"`AMERICAN ARCHITECT' THEME PROVES ELUSIVE - AIA convention stresses the practical." 14 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"THE FINAL CHAPTER ON AN AMERICAN DREAM HOUSE - Tracy Kidder's chronicle constructs factual picture." 18 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"ARCHITECTURE TO GO - Those roadside attractions are drawing new interest." 22 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C."A DALLAS STREET WITH AN ENGLISH ACCENT - Tudor-like duplexes add charm to La Vista Court." 26 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"DOCUMENTARY EXAMINES ARCHITECT PHILIP JOHNSON." 30 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 4e."ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 3 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 7F.

"WHAT'S NEXT FOR FARMER'S MARKET? - Careful Consideration Needed To Create Quality Urban Spaces." 2 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"SOBERING IMAGES OF DOWNTOWN - Photos focus on an `archival' Dallas." 6 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"`IRMA VEP' IS WONDERFULLY TACKY - Sidesplitting laughs abound." 9 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E..

"AWARD WINNERS ARE DIVERSE, UNPRETENTIOUS - Architecture jury stresses quality, craft." 9 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"`AMERICAN ARCHITECT' THEME PROVES ELUSIVE - AIA convention stresses the practical." 14 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"THE FINAL CHAPTER ON AN AMERICAN DREAM HOUSE - Tracy Kidder's chronicle constructs factual picture." 18 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"ARCHITECTURE TO GO - Those roadside attractions are drawing new interest." 22 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A DALLAS STREET WITH AN ENGLISH ACCENT - Tudor-like duplexes add charm to La Vista Court." 26 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"DOCUMENTARY EXAMINES ARCHITECT PHILIP JOHNSON." 30 Jun. 1986, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 4e.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 3 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 7F.

"A NEW LOOK AT UPSTAIRS/DOWNSTAIRS - The apartment over the shop returns." 12 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"SAN ANTONIO CONSTRUCTING EARTH-SHELTERED PLANT CONSERVATORY." 16 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 6F."DESIGNING CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY - Can this concrete canyon be made more tolerable?." 20 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD LIBRARY - New Irving structure is functional, unexciting." 25 Jul. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"A NEW LOOK AT AN AMERICAN CLASSIC: THE DINER - More than an eatery, it was a shiny symbol of energy and optimism." 2 Aug. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"ERIK JONSSON - Contemporary Dallas is a testament to his grand vision as mayor." 17 Aug. 1986, Home Final, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"SLUMP OFFERS DALLAS TIME FOR PLANNING." 19 Aug. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"PROVIDENCE TOWERS A SIGHT FOR SORE EYES - Arch rivals the rest of the building's details." 4 Sep. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1f.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 4 Sep. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2f."A PRISM ON THE SKYLINE - Allied Bank Tower adds a unique and changing shape." 28 Sep. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"DESIGNING A SPACE FOR DALLAS GORILLAS - Experts at symposium discuss matters critical to successful habitats." 19 Feb. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"ARCHITECTURE CRITIC SAYS HE'S AN ADVOCATE - NY Times writer discusses his role." 7 Feb. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"FUTURE NODS TO PAST IN SAN ANTONIO SKYLINE - With the advent of the high rise, city is determined not to bulldoze heritage." 5 Feb. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"TRANSCO FOUNTAIN MAKES A STATEMENT - Theatrical overtones combine with sculptural aspects to create a truly public place in Houston." 3 Feb. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1e.

"HOUSTON BUILDING GIVES BOXES A GOOD NAME - Design Center architects elevate lowly cube into intelligent, innovative space scheme." 28 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1E.

"GALVESTON'S STRAND HITS ITS STRIDE WITH RESTORATION." 25 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"INSTANT HISTORY ON THE PRAIRIE - In drawing on the past, architects have achieved the hopelessly eclectic in the new land north of LBJ." 19 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"DMA ANNOUNCES CREATION OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT." 18 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5F.

"MUSIC PAVILION PROPOSED - Symphony studies new Starfest site." 15 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A.

"FRITO-LAY'S HUMANE HEADQUARTERS - Firm provides a sense of place on Plano site." 15 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"..BUT BY THE LIGHT OF DAY - A haven for the arts and the unconventional is shaping up, but history says it won't last." 12 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"RENOVATED FIRE STATION DESERVES APPLAUSE." 9 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 2F.

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 6 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 3E.

"A FORT WORTH ART MUSEUM COUP - With acquisition, FWAM has largest collection of works by abstract impressionist Morris Louis." 4 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

"SETTING UP A HIGH-TECH SHOP - Firms design Infomart showrooms with demystification in mind." 2 Jan. 1986, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1F.

1987

"KIRBY BUILDING IS NOW THE CENTER OF ATTENTION." 26 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"EILEEN GRAY'S DESIGNS - Biography puts a long and impressive career into perspective." 14 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"THE NEW SKYLINE - Once it looked like Everytown, USA. Now Dallas has grown up.." 13 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1c. 

"DEBATE IMPROVED ARBORETUM PLAN." 12 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"PLANNING ASSOCIATION HONORS FIVE PROJECTS IN NORTH TEXAS." 11 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"PLANNING A MAJOR DOWNTOWN PARK - Symposium raises hope that a much-discussed idea will become a reality." 8 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"RESTORING A CIVIC CENTER - Denton courthouse retains its Southern air." 1 Dec. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"EXHIBIT IS GARDEN DESIGN AS FINE ART." 28 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 27 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 8c. 

"GLASS ACTION - Artists make dramatic statements through windows in attempt to satisfy renewed interest in the ornate." 24 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"TEXAS ARCHITECTS PRESENT '87 AWARDS - Six winning designs have ties to Dallas." 16 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"ARTS NOTES." 16 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 12c. "ARTS NOTES." 14 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 14C.

"CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY'S ROAD WARRIORS - Designers offer plans to dress up highway." 10 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"AN ITALIAN ARCHITECT LOOKS AT DALLAS - First-time visitor offers a fresh view." 2 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"DRESSED FOR SUCCESS - Makeover magic gives us Renaissance Tower." 1 Nov. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"A MALL REINCARNATED - Fort Worth Town Center moves indoors with flair." 19 Oct. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 18 Oct. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 9C. 

"PLAZAS WITH A PULSE - Havens for the harried bring workers out of their offices." 6 Oct. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A BREATHLESS "AMERICA BY DESIGN" - PBS series pays fleeting tribute to U.S. structures, great and small." 27 Sep. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"TEXAS COMMERCE TOWER RISES TO THE OCCASION." 4 Oct. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"MAKING PLANS FOR UTA'S FUTURE - New architecture dean tells a tale of two cities." 23 Sep. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"MAKING ART OF ARCHITECTURE - Amon Carter features drawings of Richard Morris Hunt buildings." 15 Sep. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"DALLAS ARBORETUM - Pruning a grand design." 3 Sep. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"GRAND ILLUSION - Will Dallas save troubled Cityplace?." 8 Sep. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A BUTTON-DOWN BUILDING - Momentum Place is grand and elegant, but uninviting." 30 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"SIMPLE INGREDIENTS - For S&A Corp., a little taste goes a long way." 24 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"PRESERVING A PAINFUL PAST - Controversial tower would bring people to Oswald's perch." 16 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"TOWER OK'D FOR FORMER DEPOSITORY - Elevator will eade to Kennedy exhibit." 12 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1a.

 "STILL STANDING - Order delays razing of historic building." 6 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 27A. 

"HAPPILY EVER AFTER AS A PARKING LOT?." 3 Aug. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"MIXED SIGNALS IN OAK LAWN - Centrum offers diversity, but no sense of place." 28 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A SUBTLE LESSON IN DESIGN - School's Library and Fine Arts Building is quietly inviting." 25 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A HAPPY HABITAT FOR ALL - Dallas Zoo gorilla home to be fun for animals, visitors alike." 21 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A CITY CENTER WITH STYLE - The Carollton City Hall is a grand example of suburban form following civic function." 20 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"ARCHITECT G. DAHL DIES AT 93." 19 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"WRITING `HOME' ABOUT COMFORT - Best-selling author explores generatons of domestic design." 29 Jun. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"IVORY TOWER PROVIDES A FRESH VIEW OF THE REAL WORLD'S ARCHITECTURE." 5 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 6C. 

"THE NEW MAGNOLIA LOUNGE - Fair Park renovations capture original's spirit." 6 Jul. 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"ART FROM LIFE - Boston museum features handcrafts from 1875-1920." 6 May, 1987, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

1988: 75 articles

"DESIGNS FOR LIVING - Pella House, Wright's Usonian compare as `houses of the future'." 19 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"DREAM HOUSES - Rediscovering Hal Thomson's legacy of architectural electicism." 25 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"AN UNUSUAL PRESERVATION BATTLE - City agencies disagree over fate of downtown warehouses." 26 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"THE NEW LOOK OF LOVE - Airport now is easier to use, but the fancy finishes lack romance." 4 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"ARCHITECTURE NOTES." 5 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"A RETURN TO HUMBLE BEGINGINGS - Warehouse renovations suit Design District." 8 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"HISTORIAN SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT." 15 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 6C. 

"FANTASY HIGH-RISES - `Heavy Dress' exhibit is escapist fun." 16 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"UTA STUDENTS REDO CITYPLACE." 17 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"PUMP-STATION ARTS HALL A WINNER - New Sammons Center glows with heart and style." 24 Feb. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"TOUGH HOUSES - Three architects buck the traditional with uncoventional, well-defined houses." 1 Mar. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A LITTLE BIT OF EDEN THRIVES UNDER GLASS - Halsell Conservatory blends design and nature poetically." 6 Mar. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1c. 

"THE STORM OVER MRS. CRAFT'S HOUSE - The late civil rights leader's home offers a lesson in the politics of preservation." 13 Mar. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"HISTORIC BUILDINGS OF DALLAS LOSING BATTLE WITH PARKING LOTS." 20 Mar. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 2c. 

"A BURST OF NEW MUSEUM DESIGNS - Symposium tracks trends affecting spate of art facilities." 30 Mar. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"REMAKING THE GREENHILL SCHOOL - New building represents a step toward unity for a rambling campus." 5 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A MODEL NEIGHBORHOOD SPACE - A block from North Central, Cole Park provides a place to escape the urban crush." 6 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"HOUSTON ZOO HABITAT IS THE BIG CATS' MEOW." 18 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"MODERNIST ARCHITECT WITH A SOFT TOUCH - UTA exhibit focuses on Oglesby's works." 21 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"HELP WANTED - Flatiron building survives, only to face uncertain furture." 25 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"SAN ANTONIO'S RIVERCENTER OFFERS LESSONS FOR DALLAS." 27 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"FALLINGWATER - PBS film focuses on Wright's marriage of art and nature." 28 Apr. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"BACK TO BASICS DESIGN - '88 design awards reflect the cautious mood of the Dallas building community." 3 May, 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

A DECADE OF DAZZLE - At its 10-year-mark, the Hyatt says `Dallas' like no other building"A DECADE OF DAZZLE - At its 10-year-mark, the Hyatt says `Dallas' like no other building." 10 May, 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"SHEELER'S WORK REFLECTS A SEARCH FOR STRUCTURE." 14 May, 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"THE DIVERSITY OF DECONSTRUCTIVISM - Architecture award winners may signal a brand-new trend." 16 May, 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"ROWES WHARF: NICE PLACE TO DOCK - Finally, redevelopment that's worthy of Boston." 28 May, 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"MODERNISTS BUNSHAFT AND NIEMEYER WIN PRITZKER PRIZE." 5 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 4c. 

"ARCHITECTURE AND ART - Once the perfect match, architects and artists are inching closer to reconcilation of sorts." 6 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"A NEW TWIST ON AN OLD IDEA - Battery Park City puts neighborhood first, design second." 8 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"SEA WORLD'S BIG SPLASH - Design puts visitors right in flow of fun, water, food." 16 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"ARCHITECTS OF THE PAST - Show laments passing of master builders." 27 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"TASTE FLAP BRINGS OUT TRUE COLORS." 29 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"NEW LOOKS FOR THE '90s - Two of Dallas' landmark hotels are rolling out an updated image." 30 Jun. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 
Marvel, Bill. "BEAUTY IS IN THE `ARTSEYE' OF THE BEHOLDER." 6 Jul. 1988, HOME FINAL, Today: 1c. 

"BOSTON'S DARING EXPERIMENT IN PUBLIC HOUSING - Plan sets precedent for redoing projects." 13 Jul. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"THE WEST END'S STRESS OF SUCCESS - What will the historic district do when the trendiness wears off its club and restaurant boom?." 15 Jul. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"PACE FLEXES ITS 'PLEX - After generating a huge controversy, the huge Starplex Amphitheatre faces its first real test." 17 Jul. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"TRAVELERS' GUIDE GOES THE EXTRA MILE - Couple's book offers visitors more than eat-and-sleep tips." 28 Jul. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"THE DAKOTA OF DALLAS - New York-style chic at Maple Terrace." 10 Aug. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"FILLING UP IN THE FUTURE - Don't sell 'em service; sell 'em a way of life." 9 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"AN EYE-CATCHER - Fort Worth building gets kicky face lift -- with paint." 14 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"HOUSING FAIR TO LOOK AT LOW-INCOME PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS." 18 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5C. 

"COOL SCHOOLS - El Paso proves bright, fresh design doesn't have to cost a fortune." 18 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"CAN DALLAS RAISE ITS MARKS ON SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE?." 18 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C.

"GREENBELTS KEY TO SENSE OF QUIET, BEAUTY IN PARK CITIES Architectural styles varied, but lean to traditional." 25 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 71K. 

"URBAN ESCAPE - A crowded yet tranquil oasis, Bachman Lake Park refreshes." 26 Sep. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"WINNING FORMS - Science Place show celebrates well-designed everyday objects." 1 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"BUILDING SLEUTHS - ID of cathedral's architect turns up surprise." 5 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"PAINTING THE PRAIRIE - IBM's splashy new headquarters brightens a grey flannel image." 9 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"PAINTING THE PRAIRIE - Dallas' newest satellite city is launched." 9 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"HISTORIC HARWOOD STREET - It's a little jewel that gets lost in big-city plans for downtown rejuvenation." 18 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"A PHILOSOPHER WITH NOVEL IDEAS." 22 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c.

"INNER-CITY EXPERIMENT - When planning for Bryan Place began 15 years ago, its boosters predicted it would spark a downtown housing boom. But no boom followed this ...." 26 Oct. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"EXHIBIT CELEBRATES BUILDING ORNAMENTS." 15 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A SQUARE OF SILENCE - Memorial is a site for reflection." 20 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 78. 
Hansard, Donna Steph. "RETAILERS' WITH LISTS MAY EXCEED SANTA'S POTENTIAL, ANALYSTS SAY." 20 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, BUSINESS: 1H. 

"LASTING SORROW - Exhibit is meant to take scholarly look at tragedy." 22 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"VARIETY SPICES AWARDS - Dallas designs among the winning styles." 22 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"ANIMATION, LIVE ACTION EXPLAIN "PYRAMID"." 28 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 6C.

"MEN, MADNESS AND MACHINES - Author-illustrator David Macaulay draws the lines on a complex world." 28 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C.

"OAK CLIFF MEETS LONG ISLAND - The filming of "Born on the Fourth of July" - transforms a few blocks of Dallas and provides a boost for the people who do business there." 30 Nov. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"WHAT CAN DALLAS LEARN FROM OTHER CITIES?." 4 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"CITY TACKLES PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN MALL - Competing firms could get subsidies of $40 million for winning proposal." 4 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"SHOPPING FOR A DOWNTOWN MALL - The first look at four proposals to bring the inner city back to life." 4 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"A DOWNTOWN SUCCESS STORY - Kansas City brings housing back to a historic district." 12 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"THE ABSOLUTE ARCHITECT - Bruce Goff's liberating spirit lives on in his work and in a major new exhibit." 13 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"IT'S THE ROCKET SHIP. NO, THE GREEN BUILDING. NO, THE ONE WITH THE HOLE IN THE TOP ...." 18 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"Architecture Notes." 19 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 4c.

"THE STATE OF STATE-THOMAS - A once-vital downtown area is poised to come back to life. - So why doesn't it?." 25 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"ST. MARK'S REPORT CARD - School's new look is a lesson in composition." 27 Dec. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"DISJOINTED FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT EXHIBITION LACKS COHESION." 19 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 10C. 

"HOWARD MEYER WAS THE EPITOME OF THE GENTLEMAN ARCHITECT." 17 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 3c. 

"HOWARD MEYER, ARCHITECT, DIES OF HEART ATTACK." 11 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 13a. 

"A QUIET CORNER - Simplicity prevails at St. Rita despite occasional flourishes." 11 Jan. 1988, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c.

1989: 52 Articles: 

"AN UNSTABLE MARKET - Downtown Farmer's Market is ripe for revitalization."  01/04/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"TESTAMENT TO AN URBAN MISSION - First Presbyterian's renovations serve its social ministry."  01/06/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"VISIONARY VS. EGOMANIAC - Sweeping others up or aside, Robert Moses built the New York of his dreams."  01/10/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"GRANDLY GOTHIC - Architect Mark Lemmon left Dallas a legacy that reflects his love of tradition."  01/14/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"INDUSTRIAL-STRENGTH DOWNTOWN LOFTS."  02/08/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"DONALD JUDD'S AUSTERE KINGDOM - A sculptor driven by a powerful vision has made the southwest Texas landscape his own museum."  02/12/1989, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"TAKING THE INSIDE TRACK - Award-winning Texan's corporate interiors kick the shins of convention."  02/24/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"THINKING SMALL ABOUT THE BIG CITY - William Whyte's `City' celebrates urban life `on a human scale'."  02/26/1989, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

"IN LOOKING TO THE BIG PICTURE, CITIES OVERLOOK MUCH OF IMPORTANCE." 03/05/1989, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 5C. 

"DIG THESE DESIGNS - Landscape plans in UTA show explore radically new ground” 03/06/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"THE EVERYTHING-PROOF HOUSE: IT HAS NO WOOD." 03/13/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"CITYPLACE - A WORLD APART - Southland's new headquarters sits alone in its unfinished setting." 03/19/1989, HOME FINAL, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: 1C. 

”SETTING CHAOS IN CONCRETE AND METAL - Edward Suzuki's designs reflect our troubled age." 03/20/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C.  

"URBAN HISTORY - FW's Southside has stayed in character." 03/23/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"THE HOUSE THAT O'NEIL FORD BUILT - Couple rescues cozy `box' from years of disrepair." 03/28/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C 

"A FREE-WHEELING PAIR OF ARCHITECTS." 04/24/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"A HOUSE WHERE DISCORD FINDS BALANCE - Robert Venturi's bold design makes the ordinary compelling."04/25/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"BEST OF SHOW - Dallas design awards reflect diversity and imagination 05/02/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A TROUBLED PATH - Lay Garden's planners needed to prune back their design." 05/08/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1c. 

"A poet of technology - Show documents Bruce Goff's offbeat legacy." 05/20/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"Dallas Foundation gives grant to architect Pratt” 06/01/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 30a 

"Settling in - A building project leads from boathouse to anchor." 07/16/1989, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 8C. 

"The Meyerson Center: Saga of a symphony hall - Arts District landmark built on big dreams, big budget [Part 2 of 2]” 08/06/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"The Meyerson Center: Saga of a symphony hall - Arts District landmark built on big dreams, big budget [Part 1 of 2]." 08/06/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A

"The shape of things to come - The `Design Excellence' show focuses on cutting-edge ideas." 08/28/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"WORK IN PROGRESS - South Dallas jobs institute stands as a symbol of hope." 08/31/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"Building offers grand spaces, sweeping views." 09/07/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A.

"Curious concertgoers ponder vacant Rotunda." 07/10/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 31A 

"Meyerson's virtues win praise of world critics." 07/10/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A 

"Monumental effort - Exhibit honors democracy's designer." 09/12/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A SOUND BEGINNING - The Meyerson: elitist enclave or municipal monument?." 09/17/1989, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"A hall for all of San Antonio - Community celebrates historic theater's rebirth." 09/18/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Pei snares top Japanese arts award - Dallas' Meyerson Center cited in selection for $100,000 prize." 09/18/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5c. 

"Dueling architects - `Nova' depicts a $140 million competition." 10/17/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Traveling exhibit is helping to celebrate architecture in October." 10/17/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 12c. 

"DESIGN'S ON THE MOVE - DART's look ranges from sleek to clunky." 10/18/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Remaking a Masterpiece - The Kimbell should rethink its expansion plan” 10/29/1989, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Museums' battle cry: `Expand or die'." 10/29/1989, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Learning how to see - The American landscape through the eyes of J.B. Jackson." 11/01/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A vital piece of Dallas' past - The Heritage Society works to save the Sullivan house." 11/07/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Texas traits mark Vietnam memorial - Monument is formal, restrained." 11/11/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 39A. 

"An old friend triumphs anew: The Hall of State redo affirms the power of great architecture." 11/14/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C 

"BLIND JUSTICE - The Frank Crowley Courts Building reflects today's lack of vision for public architecture." 11/22/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"Where worlds collide - Eisenman's Wexner is about intersection." 11/25/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Saved by the bust - For Deep Ellum, a chance to retain its character and fulfill its promise 11/26/1989, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"HISTORIC MAKEOVER - Providence's plans for downtown renovation take pains to preserve the past." 11/26/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A 

"Noted architects oppose Kimbell expansion plan 11/29/1989, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1a. 

"In search of an identity - FW seeks to define its Cultural District." 12/05/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"Historic district plan on track." 12/08/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A royal critic speaks for the common man."  12/13/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 5C. 

"A standout theater for SMU."  12/30/1989, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

1990: 74 articles

"Kimbell redesign: into the lions' den." 1/1/1990, 5C.

"A well-appointed hospital - Zale Lipshy is geared to the discriminating health-care consumer." 1/2/1990, 1c.

"Kimbell museum reveals model of controversial expansion - Director says $8 million design is still subject to board's approval." 1/10/1990, 21a.

"Noted area architect Charles Dilbeck dies." 1/11/1990, 25A.

"NBC will tell the Jim and Tammy tale." _1/_13/1990, 5C.

"MASTER IN THE MOUNTAINS - Architect E. Fay Jones' work is world-class -- but he's down-to-earth." 1/14/1990, 1c.

"Civic architecture to be proud of." 1/22/1990, 1c.

"The sinking of the Laguna Gloria - Austin's not-ready-for-prime-time politics dooms museum expansion." 1/28/1990, 1c.

"DMA names artists to advisory committee." 1/31/1990, 5c. 

"Area architecture students plan Kimbell protest." 2/10/1990, 9c. 

"Why an American emperor? The Reagans made me do it, Condon says." 2/11/1990, 15. 

"Dallas, Fort Worth figure in architecture awards." 2/17/1990, 4c.

"Architecture as an accessible art - The DMA serves up a visual cornucopia." 2/18/1990, 1c.

"Saluting an American icon - Architects to honor the Gateway Arch for its enduring grace." 2/21/1990, 5c.

"ARCHES OF TRIUMPH - Galveston gives its Mardi Gras a zing with some architectural frivolity." 2/22/1990, 1c.

"City fragments as art - Urban elements integrated in Rossi exhibit." 2/24/1990, 1c.

"Kimbell board puts expansion on hold." 2/28/1990, 1a.

"THE PUBLIC EDUCATION OF A PRIVATE INSTITUTION - Expansion controversy teaches Kimbell officials a lesson." 3/4/1990, 1c

"Public TV station hopes music will charm the donors." 3/5/1990, 1c. "The puberty of a public park." 3/11/1990, 1c.

"Where's the interest? - Houston's photo show of bank architecture lacks a point of view." 3/13/1990, 5c.

"Fear and Loathing at the NEA - Thanks to Sen. Jesse Helms, national funding for the arts faces a summer of discontent." 3/18/1990, 1c.

"Welch: an artchitect in Paris - Images extol love for city." 3/20/1990, 5c.

"SERIOUS FUN - Charles Moore's creations entertain -- and illuminate." 3/30/1990, 1c.

"Landscape architects honored." 4/1/1990, 6c.

"Less than the sum of its parts - New City Hall opens in Farmers Branch." 4/2/1990, 1c. 

"Looking into the mind of Louis Kahn - Drawings show how he found "what a building wants to be'." 4/7/1990, 1c.

"Reach for the sky - PBS miniseries may leave you feeling robbed." 5/7/1990, 5c.

"The Wilds of Africa is an effective stage for the Dallas Zoo's animal acts." 5/8/1990, 1c.

"Diversity in design - Renovations win top architectural awards." 5/16/1990, 5c.

"Timeless spans - The Trinity River landscape is defined by the sweep of its sturdy old bridges." 5/20/1990, 10.

"The promoting of a concert hall - Meyerson film omits the controversy." 5/23/1990, 5c.

"Architects get down to business in Houston." 5/27/1990, 4c.

"LAND OF OPPORTUNITY - Vacant lots could be converted from eyesores into urban beauty spots." 5/31/1990, 1c.

"For freeway freaks, Houston is fast-lane nirvana." 6/3/1990, 11f.

"WHY WE SHOULD LOVE FREEWAYS - Dallas was built not only by freeways but for them -- made to be seen at 60 mph with the top down." 6/3/1990, 1f.

"DEUTSCH DESIGN - A handsome but unfocused exhibit." 6/19/1990, 5c. 

"A unique `Pericles' - Shakespeare's choppy comedy sings." 6/23/1990, 5c. 

"Perils of the NEA - Federal support of the arts faces a cliffhanger." 6/24/2990, 1c.

"THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED - Local artist has arrived in the unique field of freeway painting." 7/7/1990, 1c.

"A telling look at a man of vision." 7/11/1990, 5c.

"Overnight Success - The Solana Marriott hotel gives light and color a home on the range." 7/14/1990, 1c.

"COMBAT ZONE - After years of uncontrolled growth, Houston is finally whispering the z word: zoning." 7/21/1990, 1c.

"After budget cuts, Dallas' preservation program may be history." 7/29/1990, 4c.

"A Flowing Design - Studying the faces of the Mississippi." 7/29/1990, 1c.

"Pushing for Dallas parks - A foundation works behind the scenes to green the city." 8/15/1990, 5c.

"Library or parking lot? - Time is running out for a downtown Fort Worth landmark." 9/1/1990, 1c.

"Hollywood goes to war with our boys." 9/4/1990, 5c.

"TV portrait of a legendary park designer." 9/11/1990, 5c.

"More than 350 area students selected as merit semifinalists." 9/13/1990, 32a.

"Symphony agreement reached - 4-year contract improves musicians' pay, retirement benefits." 9/15/1990, 35a.

"A TEXAS OF RURAL TEXAS - Fairview Farms Marketplace sells produce -- and nostalgia." 9/22/1990, 1c.

"AIA offices exhibit: playful architecture." 9/27/1990, 4c.

"`Cats' sparkles -- finally - Music Hall show overcomes first-half problems." 10/4/1990, 5c.

"Playwright sends Sen. Helms a script with a message." 10/8/1990, 5c.

"House vote on art funding mostly good news for NEA." 10/13/1990, 8a.

"A catalyst for cultural change - Kenneth Kahn is looking to spread the arts around." 10/14/1990, 1c.

"SMU hosts Sissinghurst talk." 10/16/1990, 2c.

"A space unsure of its place - Artists Square can't find its turf." 10/16/1990, 1c.

"Crown Hill: an art deco treasure." 10/18/1990, 1c.

"Rebuilding The Theater Center - Humphreys Theater gets new look." 10/21/1990, 1c.

"Texas architects honor designers." 10/25/1990, 6c.

"The heat on NEA cools off - Obscenity-rules debate is quieted but not dead." 10/27/1990, 5c.

"A functional new home for arts in Irving." 10/28/1990, 1c.

"Blueprints of progress - Soviets in Dallas to draw lines of cooperation." 10/29/1990, 5c. 

"A library that stacks up - Hamon Arts building gives SMU new model for comfortable space." 11/29/1990, 5c. 

"Maintaining a model for disaster - Mississippi River mockup beats the computers at battling floods." 11/25/1990, 1c.

"A PRATT'S EYE VIEW - The architect depicts a future Dallas that's pulled itself together." 11/18/1990, 1c.

"A WING AND A PRAYER - Hamon Building reflects Dallas' love of structures." 11/11/1990, 1c.

"Steak & Ale, MCI designs net awards for Dallas architects." 11/4/1990, 6c.

"Grandeur in a small place - Fay Jones' Leonard Chapel is an impressive achievement." 12/5/1990, 1c.

"Austin architect receives award." 12/8/1990, 13f.

"Austin architect wins Gold Medal." 12/11/1990, 2c.

"Market Driven - Dallas Farmer's Market area always has attracted developers, but the latest plan embraces gimmicks that are rife with risk." 12/23/1990, 1c.

"BOOK VALUE - The city of Las Vegas bet on an Albuquerque architect and came up with a winning library." 12/28/1990, 1c. 

1991: 62 articles

“Bland justice in Fort Worth Buildings function, but fail to enrich,” 01/14/1991, page 5C

“Plenty of foreign film Oscar entries to choose from,” 01/15/1991, page 5C

“Reporters try to walk a fine line Governments impose restrictions on media,” 01/20/1991, page  5AA

“TOWER POWER Water tanks rise to provide scenery, a sense of place, ad space, islands of roadside whimsy,’ 01/20/1991, page 1C

“The benefits of an early film premiere,” 01/23/1991, page 5C

“A part of the landscape MCI engineering looks at home in a country setting,” 01/30/1991, page  1C

“HOME RULE When Blanco's old courthouse sold, the residents rallied to buy it back,” 02/06/1991, page 1C

“The Meyerson takes architects' Honor Award Austin-based designer wins the Gold Medal,” 02/07/1991, page 5C

“LEGAL ATTRITION Widow and insurer at odds in unusual case,” 02/12/1991, page 19A

“Sinead O’Connor may call it quits,” 02/12/1991, page 5C

“EXPORTING ARCHITECTURE The new internationalism can blend in or startle,” 02/20/1991, page 5C

“Disney’s boss likes to hire the stars of architecture,” 02/22/1991, page 1C

“DISNEY'S GRAND DESIGN Hotels and resorts complete the fantasy world,” 02/24/1991, page 1C

“Need a plan? Have a pastry,” 03/03/1991, page 5C

“Magnets at the city's edge As business centers move to the periphery, the future appears gloomy for downtowns,” 03/11/1991, page 5C

“Sullivan's refreshingly organic architecture,” 03/17/1991, page 10C

“A new walk in the park Paseo de Flores puts a bloom on the face of the arboretum,”  03/26/1991, page 5C

“Institute will honor 3 Dallas architects,” 04/04/1991, page 5C

“Success comes naturally Dallas Zoo changes begin to grow on animals and visitors,”  04/09/1191, page 5C

“Robert Venturi wins top architecture award,” 04/10/1991, page 7C

“Inspired stained-glass chapel Vast, colorful windows light up Plano hospital,” 04/15/1991, page 1C

“San Antonio museum: a recycling success story,” 04/21/1991, page 1C

“State-Thomas renewal New project creates potential for urban area,” 04/28/1991, page 1C

“ROADWORK AHEAD New plan sought as interstate system nears completion,” 05/05/1991, page 1A

“BRILLIANT IMPERFECTIONIST Los Angeles retrospective spans Isozaki's artfully disconcerting career Part 2 of 1,” 05/05/1991, page 1C

“BRILLIANT IMPERFECTIONIST Los Angeles retrospective spans Isozaki's artfully disconcerting career Part 2 of 2,” 05/05/1991, page 1C

“No hollow center for Beverly Hills Austin designer gives government complex in La-La Land solid footing,” 05/09/1991, page 1C

“Winning designs by Dallas architects reflect hard economic times,” 05/12/1991, page 7C

“The assignment: keeping good ideas flowing,” 05/14/1991, page 5C

“Art museum to start building new wing,” 05/17/1991, page 27A

“TOPS OF THE TOWN Looking at Dallas from a whole different angle,” 05/19/1991, page 8

“Welcome to Fair Park -- a bureaucratic jungle,” 05/19/1991, page 1C

“Preview,” 05/24/1991, page 37

“A collection that's Wright Exhibit shows range of architect's genius,” 05/25/1991, page 5C

“Hammer's museum seems oddly unfocused,” 05/26/1991, page 1C

“Crusading to preserve the planet Prince Charles explores the issues on TV special,” 05/29/1991, page 5C

“Machines that are so sophisticated, they'll drive you crazy,” 06/09/1991, page 10C

“Talented architects discover that small can be rewording,” 06/23/1991, page 8C

“YOUNG GUNS A new generation of architects is redrawing the Texas Landscape,” 06/23/1991, page 1C

“Impressions of Dallas: a foreign object Old World guests find world so new,” 06/30/1991, page 2C

“BYRD'S-EYE VIEW A photographer continues a family tradition of documenting Fort Worth,” 07/03/1991, page 1C

“DESIGNING A FIELD OF DREAMS After decades of huge arenas, the new forums for baseball reflect the intimacy, look and charm of a past time,” 07/28/1991, page 8C

“Rangers pick stadium architect Winning design borrows from traditional parks,” 08/29/1991, page 1A

“HIT OR MISS? The Rangers have tried to please all tastes with their new ballpark design,” 09/07/1991, page 1C

“GTE's country place fits comfortably into its setting,” 09/08/1991, page 1C

“Edging ahead `Edge cities' like Las Colinas: The new frontier in America?,” 09/24/1991, page 1C

“Spiritual renewal New church offers sermon on modest grandeur,” 09/24/1991, page 5C

“DRIVEN TO SUCCEED Our auto exodus to the 'burbs put Highland Park Village on the map 60 years ago today,” 10/05/1991, page 1C

“A new construction of children's books Architects try their hand at illustrating -- and even rewriting -- tales for kids,” 10/07/1991, page 1C

“In the blink of a shutter, decades vanish `Dallas Then and Now' photos show how our skyline has changed -- for better and worse,” 10/28/1991, page 1C

“In Grapevine, everything old is news City hopes efforts to preserve its past will be drawing card for business in future,” 11/03/1991, page 1C

“Buildings with spirit Ando's designs commune with nature,” 11/06/1991, page 1C

“Architects have big plans the future of Dallas,” 11/07/1991, page 7C

“Texas Society of Architects honors 11 projects,” 11/17/1991, page 2C

“Tulsa art museum expands comfortably Philbrook's addition blends new space into the original design of the 1920s villa,” 12/01/1991, page 1C

“How best-laid plans of '60s helped create urban division Part 1 of 2,” 12/08/1991, page 1C

“How best-laid plans of '60s helped create urban division Part 2 of 2,” 12/08/1991, page 1C

“A populist vision honored Thompson has revitalized downtowns,” 12/10/1991, page 5C

“URBAN ENCLAVES By thinking small, a few Dallas architects and developers are turning failed properties into successes,” 12/22/1991, page 1C

“Cotton Building could be housing,” 12/24/1991, page 12C

“Is a new plaza enough to rescue downtown?,” 12/29/1991, page 1C

1992: 51 articles

“Mercantile Bank architect Donald S. Nelson dies at 84,” 01/08/1992, page 19A

“A family fit to be tied - `Homeward Bound" paints a portrait in dark comic hues,” 01/15/1992, page 1C 

“A shift in taste, done by design - Architect awards shun '80s excess,” 01/18/1992, page 5C

“ONE STEP AT A TIME - After a 20-year fight, the Americans with disabilities act goes into effect today. America won't be the same,”  01/26/1992, page 1C

“Designing on a monumental scale - The new music building at Rice University comes admirably close to its grand ambitions,” 02/15/1992, page 5C

“New bill could be a windfall for cities,” 02/16/1992, page 3C

“IN THE BALLPARK - The designers have made few errors with the Texas Rangers' new home,” 02/16/1992, page 1C

“Finally, Addison puts aside pretension - The new conference center-theater complex honestly reflects the town's spirit and identity,” 02/23/1992, page 1C

“Excellence by design - Award-winning projects function with inspired form,” 02/24/1992, page 5C

“Mixing signals - New regional headquarters for Northern Telecom fail to deliver on their promises,”  03/14/1992, page 5C

“Mummers: the word in theater restoration - Oklahoma City rescues a landmark - that didn't have much vocal support,”  03/15/1992, page 1C

“No point, it's the story that counts,”  03/17/1992, page 1C

“All the theater is a stage - At the new playhouse, architecture plays an integral role,” 04/12/1992, page 1C

“Painter Bacon, noted for despairing themes, dies,” 04/29/1992, page 16A

“PLACE SETTINGS - Dallas architecture awards honor designs for where we live,” 04/30/1992, page 1C “Impassioned, wildly whimsical creations of Gaudi continue to mark the vibrancy of Barcelona,” 05/10/1992, page 7C

“SPANISH REVIVAL - As the center of resistance under Franco, Barcelona was cut off from the building that went on elsewhere in the nation. But today, with the Olympics on the way, Barcelona's architects are rediscovering and renewing their city,”  05/10/1992, page 1C

“A CITY REBORN - Olympic bid helps Barcelona reinvent itself as pacesetter,”  05/10/1992, page 1A

“SPANISH REVIVAL - Extraordinary urban spaces program gives Barcelona room to breathe,”  05/10/1992, page 6C

“Former firehouse plays a new part - Old No. 16 retains its character amid gallery's modern art,”  05/14/1992, page 31A

“A way of life set in stone - Cistercian Abbey's church evokes history,”  05/29/1992, page 1C

“Fort Worth: where Sundance West begins - The mixed-use project shows how to start revitalizing a city's core,” 06/14/1992, page 1C

“A handbook of visions for Dallas - James Pratt wants residents to develop a common sense of purpose about the future,” 06/17/1992, 35A

“Museums find lots of room at the inn - The old, four-story Grace Hotel in Abilene is now the residence of three cultural institutions,”  06/25/1992, page 1C

“ART AND COMMERCE - Dallas architects Land and Witchell left a legacy of eclectic designs,” 07/05/1992, page 1C

“Linda Johnstone's - Declaration of Independence,” 07/05/1992, 6

“Playful Design - Barcelona's Olympic buildings will be appealing long after the games are gone,” 07/12/1992, page 1C

“Unstructured point of view - In Timothy Hursley's photos, buildings become metaphors,” 07/15/1992, page 1C

“Recalling a Texas giant - O'Neil Ford's legacy is bigger than any office tower,” 07/20/1992, page 1C

 “Restoring Fair Park must reach beyond fences,”  08/02/1992, page 5C

“Summer in the Park - At White Rock Lake, the most old-fashioned of Dallas' Urban getaway spots, the diversions are endless,” 08/02/1992, page 8

“High-profile theater thrusts SMU's drama program into the public's consciousness,”  08/30/1992, page 1C

 “MONEY Talks - The Fed's new home provides an instant landmark,” 09/08/1992, page 1C

“A reworked Plaza for privacy - New Americas keeps the city at a distance,” 09/16/1992, page 1C

“SECRETS OF SPAIN - Five leading architects will journey to Dallas to share their country's design revolution,”  09/21/1992, page 1C

“Towering over the planes - A monument to future crowns Alliance Airport,” 09/27/1992, page 1C

“Rites today in FW for R. Ward Bogard Jr.,”  09/29/1992, page 26A

“Building a city's future - Habitat for Humanity has an answer for urban blight,”  10/04/1992, page 1C

“Cultural Divide - The arts have become a battleground as minority groups seek parity in an age of shrinking funding,” 10/18/1992, page 1C

“CULTURAL DIVIDE - Dallas' public arts budget is among the largest in the country; we just can't decide how to divvy it up,” 10/18/1992, page 1C

“Money's coming: Are we ready?,” 10/30/1992, page 1C

“UT establishes a chair in the art of architecture,” 11/09/1992, page 4C

“Arts funding compromise is a start,” 11/17/1992, page 1C

“Bold designs that aren't cast in stone - Awards honor fresh, progressive concepts,” 11/20/1992, page 1C

“NEA chief defends her record - Outgoing official gives Dallas Opera $50,000,”  11/20/1992, page 35A

“Good design can be kid stuff - Playfulness pervades Robert Venturi's Children's Museum, opening in Houston,” 11/22/1992, page 1C

“Fort Worth AIA selects design projects,” 11/24/1992, page 6C

“A bright spot in State-Thomas - The Worthington is refreshingly urban,” 11/29/1992, page 1C

“Kevin Roche wins AIA Gold Medal - Architect applauded for inventiveness, precision in design,” 12/04/1992, page 32A

“Public design slips economic constraints to gain exposure,” 12/26/1992, page 45A

“Serenity comes in small spaces - PBS' graceful look at Japanese gardens speaks to the soul,” 12/27/1992, page 5C

1993: 44 articles

"A rural community mourns the loss of its civic symbol,"  01/08/1993, 1C

"Off-The-Rack Design - For $200 million, J. C. Penney buys a new home office, but not a house of style," 01/17/1993, 1C

"Julie Harris is strong in lightweight `Lettice' - Peter Shaffer's play rages with wit against a crude and banal modern world," 01/20/1993, 27A

"Council has plans -- for a vacant lot," 01/24/1993, 3C

"DESIGN with a CONSCIENCE - From low-income housing to a parking garage, AIA honors diverse, populist projects," 01/31/1993, 8C

"`Dallas Visions' honored," 02/11/1993, 2C

"A long-neglected part of Dallas' past lives again in Heritage Society tour," 02/18/1993, 1C

"Exhibiting a strong sense of community - Photos document details of neighborhood life," 03/09/1993, 1C

"Capitol improvements - A new underground wing looks and feels like the historic building it joins," 03/14/1993, 1C

"Miami vise: `Old House' heads south," 03/26/1993, 1C

"The new building's message: It's what's inside that counts," 03/27/1993, 2C

"Dr Pepper site needs a tonic," 04/04/1993, 10C

"In human terms - Holocaust museum explores tragedy's personal side," 04/18/1993, 1A

"AIA lauds Omniplan work - Design award judges lament lack of spark among submissions," 04/25/1993, 38A

"ILLUMINATING THE DARKNESS - New U.S. Holocaust Museum presents an unflinching history of Nazi atrocities," 04/25/1993, 1C

"Building with steel and light - Pritzker Prize honors Japanese modernist Maki," 04/26/1993, 1C

"Putting her faith in people, not systems - Author Jane Jacobs talks of how city planning fails, and offers some solutions," 05/14/1993, 39A

"THINK SMALL, `BIG D' - Expert advises city to change slowly," 05/15/1993, 33A

"This idea won't hold water - Trinity River Parks Plan will only create a river of concrete," 05/30/1993, 11C_ _

"Attempting to save the Dr Pepper building - Architectural contest's winner proposes creating family entertainment area," 06/04/1993, 33A

"Architect Oglesby dead at 68 - He was Dallas pioneer of modernism style," 06/05/1993, 33A

"Bank towers win award," 06/06/1993, 12C

"Land targeted for performing arts center," 06/06/1993, 11C

"Alamodome has sporting chance," 06/13/1993, 1C

"Dallas has a way to shape its future," 06/20/1993, 1C

"Museums plan Twombly project," 07/01/1993, 31A

"Disputed territory - Proposed additions to Kahn buildings have drawn fire from architects, public," 07/04/1993, 6C

"BUILT TO LAST - A major retrospective confirms Louis Kahn's stature as one of the greatest modern architects," 07/04/1993, 1C

"Documenting Texas' dirty days of dealing in the 1980's bubble," 08/29/1993, 10J

"Fresh views of the familiar - Geoffrey James' landscape photos linger in the memory," 09/03/1993, 1C

"DESIGNS FOR THE TIMES - Architects want buildings to reflect the public interest," 09/21/1993, 21A

"DESIGNS FOR THE TIMES - Philip Johnson offers lighter side to the architecture spectrum," 09/21/1993, 21A

"C.R. Smith Museum: part adventure, part ad," 09/21/1993, 7C

"Building a MUSEUM OF MUSEUMS - The Hamon Building has promise - and problems," 09/26/1993, 1C

"FUTURE SHOCK - THE DALLAS PLAN HAS LAID OUT A VISION OF A BOLDLY REBORN CITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY," 10/03/1993, 1C

"GOODBYE TO A BALLPARK - Arlington Stadium's sandlot past made it a quirky, intimate place to watch big time baseball," 10/03/1993, 8

"Simmons Building designed to woo medical researchers," 10/10/1993, 1C

"Second time's got charm - Redone apartments revive neighborhood," 10/29/1993, 1C

"Dream it, and he will come - Washington architect gets top jobs in Tarrant County, ruffling feathers," 10/31/1993, 1C

"OPENING DOORS - An inviting design provides a sense of community," 11/07/1993, 1C

"Dealey Plaza: familiar yet mysterious," 11/21/1993, 3C

"New direction for West End - Nicely styled Cinema 10 could be shot in the arm," 11/21/1993, 1C

"AIA honors Briton with '94 Gold Medal - Advocate of modernism wins 1994 Gold Medal," 12/03/1993, 31A

"UT architecture professor Charles Moore, known for wide-ranging designs, dies at 68," 12/17/1993, 30A

1994: 40 articles

"`Fields of Dreams' - Amarillo show documents evolution of ballpark design." 3 Jan. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 19A. 

"ART MEETS COMMERCE - New box has a bow, but expanded DCC still shuns the city." 9 Jan. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"PRESERVING A LEGACY - Exhibit on Jewish monuments looks ahead by looking back." 11 Jan. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 23A. 

"KERA plans new facility - $7.8 million complex, to be designed by Rees, will house studio, offices." 26 Jan. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 27A. 

"BASIC INSTINCTS - AWARD-WINNING DESIGNS ADDRESS TRADITIONAL URBAN VALUES AND DIVERSE NEEDS." 1 Feb. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"`THEATER OF THE TREES' - A Highland Park house makes spectacular use of its setting." 13 Feb. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Making ripples on the range - Wyoming's American Heritage Center and Art Museum is a standout." 6 Mar. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Frank Lloyd Wright from the ground up - 500-piece N.Y. exhibit offers vast monument to his talents." 13 Mar. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Grand Designs - An opulent new arts place aims to shift the focus of dowtown Forth Worth." 7 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"Bass offers preview of FW arts hall - He says project to make city `culturally complete'." 7 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 31A. 

"Jacobs Field is woven firmly into Cleveland's downtown." 10 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 5C. 

"SCORE IT A HIT - The Ballpark in Arlington may not be a home run, but it's pleasing enough to drive in plenty of fans." 10 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Architect Max Sandfield dies at 91." 15 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 27A. 

"Lancaster loses part of history - Residents are saddened by Town Square damage." Frank Trejo, co-author. 27 Apr. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 21A. 

"SONGS IN SPACE - Lyrical French architect awarded Pritzker prize." 2 May, 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 19A. 

"Big ideas for diverse projects - AIA awards note soaring imagination, the old made new." 8 May, 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 37A. 

"A lesson in neighborhood renewal - Oak Cliff renovation was completed without lenders." 8 May, 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Pondering the state of the Arts District - New arts hall, street extension proposed." 24 May, 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 25A. 

"Looking at how to turn public projects into works of art." 29 May, 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 9C. 

"Getting away from it all at the summer house - Here, life moves to a different rhythm -- once you catch it." 15 Jun. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"SAFE HAVENS - Gated communities are appealing to today's yearning for security." 19 Jun. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"SECURITY FOR SALE - Gated communities prosper in fearful society; critics say they foster segregation, isolationism." 19 Jun. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"Mainstream creations - Exhibit looks to give small firms their due." 8 Jul. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 31A. 

"Retouching NEA's controversial image - Chairwoman Jane Alexander stumps for the often-embattled arts agency." 10 Jul. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"A rare visit to storied, mysterious museum." 11 Sep. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 9C. 

"SACRED TRADITIONS - Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church stays rooted in history with its new building." 20 Sep. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"Architecture on the edge - Gary Cunningham isn't afraid to offend in following his muse." 24 Sep. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C. 

"BIG MESS on the PRAIRIE - The ubiquitous `North Dallas Special' becomes a Texas tradition." 2 Oct. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"`Diners' has homey touch, but the appeal grows stale." 5 Oct. 1994, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 3C. 

"Celebration of diversity - Texas architects laud plastics plant, ranch-fort, dwellings." 8 Oct. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 37A. 

"UNEARTHING a GEM - A forgotten masterpiece in Dallas renews the go-for-broke legacy of architect Bruce Goff." 30 Oct. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"Disparate cities seek similar solutions - Phoenix, Cleveland looking to arenas to save downtowns." 6 Nov. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 32A. 

Jackson, David. "BETTING ON ARENAS - Cities gamble on wooing teams, luring fans with new sports facilities." 6 Nov. 1994, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A. 

"Urban design awards named - Six local projects are honored for excellence." 2 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 39A. 

"MISSING PIECES - After spending hundreds of millions on new projects. Dallas still hasn't solved the downtwon puzzle." 4 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"GRAND DESIGNS - Wide spectrum reflected in architecture awards." 6 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 29A. 

"Gold medal named - Cesar Pelli wins the AIA lifetime achievement award." 9 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 39A. 

"Palace of Memories - Charles Moore's Austin bungalow is a monument to the late architect." 18 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C. 

"David Dillon's Top 10 Stories." 20 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 31A. 

"Spaces and Places - Architects are building on a strong economy." 20 Dec. 1994, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 31A.

1995: 34 articles

"OLD GLORY - Texas': Capitol restored to original condition - Capitol restoration highlights building's beauty," 01/01/1995, 47A.

"Listening to The Land - OKLAHOMA ARCHITECT RAND ELLIOTT HAS FOUND THE CHALLENGE HE'D BEEN SEEKING: HIS HOME STATE," 01/15/1995, 1C.

"How WWII reshaped America - Smithsonian exhibit explores a vital era," 01/22/1995, 4C.

"Four local groups get NEA funds," 01/23/1995, 15A.

"Voices from the arts world - Diverse views on public funding," 01/29/1995, 1C.

"PEAKS & VALLEYS - Soaring main terminal overwhelms the rest of Denver's troubled new airport," 02/12/1995, 1C.

"Morning News arts critic Russell Smith dies at 38," 02/17/1995, 25A.

"House panel recommends NEA cuts - Another panel poised to slash CPB budget," 02/23/1995, 31A.

"FUNDING THE ARTS - Money, morals and politics pepper the debate over public support of cultural activities," 03/12/1995, 1C.

"This decision is peppered with problems - Historic building has much more to offer than shopping mall space," 03/23/1995, 29A.

"Denver's new ballpark should be a hit, but it's not without errors," 04/02/1995, 13C.

"A center to promote `intown living'," 04/03/1995, 1C.

"MEET THE PRESS - Jane Alexander asks for fair NEA coverage," 04/08/1995, 41A.

"UP FROM THE EARTH - New Wildflower Research Center's design springs from its natural setting," 04/09/1995, 1C.

"Inner Sanctums - A serene response to urban chaos wins top award in architecture," 04/17/1995, 1C.

"Blast alters face of city forever - Damage to 75 buildings tops $50 million," 04/25/1995, 12A.

"Building security studied - Changes in design, procedures likely in wake of blast," 05/10/1995, 15A.

"Cities may revise disaster plans - Municipalities are poorly equipped to handle terrorism, experts say," 05/13/1995, 12A.

"Entertainment destinations: Are we having fun yet?," 05/14/1995, 1C.

"Business turns back to nature - It's time to toss the philosophy of disposable products,"05/15/1995, 19A.

"ASSEMBLAGE REQUIRED - AIA jury recognizes the way pieces go together," 05/22/1995, 17A.

"All the store's a stage - And at Incredible Universe, all the salespeople are merely players," 05/31/1995, 1C.

"GOP senator looks for arts compromise - Bill would reduce, not eliminate, funds," 05/31/1995, 33A.

"A gallery fit for Twombly," 06/05/1995, 1C.

"American Express to sponsor theater series," 06/09/1995, 5C.

"Railroad's complex carries a message," 06/11/1995, 1C.

"Standing on holy ground - Johnson builds on a sense of the sacred," 07/03/1995, 26A.

"Coloring Books - The new Central Library in San Antonio bursts on the city scene with drama and verve," 08/20/1995, 1C.

"The show that never ends - Orlando: the city as ride," 08/27/1995, 10C.

"Topical paradise - As entertainment complexes sprout across U.S., the theme is the thing," 08/27/1995, 1A.

"The show that never ends - Can entertainment save our cities?," 08/27/1995, 1C.

"The show that never ends - Fun is stores' new best buy," 08/27/1995, 1C.

"Classic Pei a little off-key in rock milieu," 09/10/1995, 1C.

"MICKEYVILLE - Celebration, Walt Disney's tightly crafted dream Village, is taking shape near Orlando," 11/26/1995, 1C.

1996: 25 articles

“Snow reunites a community drifting apart,” 01/19/1996, 1C.

“Exhibit on Oklahoma City tells tale of survival,” 03/22/1996, 1C.

“BUILT-IN BEAUTY - Architect Moneo wins profession's top honor,” 04/29/1996, 19A.

“You only thought you knew Homer's work,” 05/08/1996, 1C.

“DART-chitecture - Light-rail system's clean design enhances Dallas,” 06/18/1996, 1C.

“What's known - who's to come - FW museum project prompts speculation about designer,” 07/21/1996, 35A.

“FW museum project brings out architects,” 07/22/1996, 3A. 

“They're building castles from the skies,” 08/25/1996, 8R. 

“College building is artfully conceived,” 09/01/1996, 6C. 

“TRACK RECORDS - Light-rail lines' fates in San Jose, Portland may hold lessons for Dallas,” 09/08/1996, 37A. 

“BUILDING BLOC - FW museum announces six architects as finalists,” 09/20/1996, 33A. 

“Bronze mettle - Atlanta's Olympic legacy is middling by design,” 09/29/1996, 1C. “Later works show depth of Degas,” 10/06/1996, 1C. 

“Creativity carries weight for architectural awards - DART station, library display recognized by Texas society,” 10/10/1996, 31A. 

“Memorial to police is bold, brave,” 10/14/1996, 1C. 

“Seeing through museum's design - Chicago gives contemporary art a sometimes contradictory setting,” 10/20/1996, 1C. 

“`Autobiography': Diss must be D place,” 10/20/1996, 10C. 

“Route 66 has a new reason to pull over,” 11/03/1996, 1C. 

“The Rachofsky residence is an artistic triumph - Meier's world-class design achieves his utopian ideal,” 11/10/1996, 1C. 

“Using all-natural ingredients - Living Science Center harmonizes well with site, but exhibits fall flat,” 11/17/1996, 1C. 

“Rock hall fills billing as Cleveland attraction,” 11/24/1996, 7C. 

“LESS MORE - Restraint, site sensitivity characterize AIA winners,” 12/08/1996, 43A. 

“Richard Meier wins architectural honor,” 12/08/1996, 2C. 

“New designs pay tribute to multiplicity of styles,” 12/28/1996, 37A. 

“`Wind' will be blowing 12-year-old Texan to Broadway,” 12/29/1996, 1C. 

1997: 45 articles

"MFA digs in with groundbreaking, acquisitions New Beck Building will double museum's space for collections," 2 Feb. 1997, 41A.

"Furniture exhibit showcases the design genius of Alvar Aalto," 18 Feb. 1997, 7C.

"With this `Winter,' Mother was content," 2 Mar. 1997, 1C.

"Profile of architect Pei is built on sand," 2 Mar. 1997, 4C.

"A building for the '90s: Anything but flamboyant, Centex's pragmatism works," 9 Mar. 1997, 1C. 

"Design for museum is an inside job," 23 Mar. 1997, 1C. 

"Bet arena site? Think synergy," 30 Mar. 1997, 1C. 

"CURTAIN rises on ACT II - Applause, applause for restored NY landmark," 3 Apr. 1997, 5A.

"Nasher in New York - Sculpture collection gets the best of Guggenheim," 9 Apr. 1997, 1C. 

"MOMA `dead' on short list - Three architects will vie for prestigious commission," 11 Apr. 1997, 39A.

"Norwegian receives Pritzker Prize - Jurors praise Sverre Fehn for originality, creativity," 14 Apr. 1997, 17A. 

"FW Modern Art Museum unveils designs for new site," 25 Apr. 1997, 37A. 

"Modern designs - Ideas for Fort Worth museum respect art and nature," 26 Apr. 1997, 1C.

"A stark rebuke of Holocaust - Houston museum uncompromising in design, imagery," 29 Apr. 1997, 1C.

"New memorial is moving tribute to a man, nation - Rooms take visitors through four terms, dramatic events in Roosevelt's presidency," 3 May, 1997, 4A.

"Arts center needs to fill in some blanks," 6 May, 1997, 1C.

"FW museum chooses design for new home - Japan's Tadao Ando is picked as architect," 7 May, 1997, 1A.

"Design competition is a building block," 10 May, 1997, 3C.

"Design competition is a building block," 10 May, 1997, 3C.

"Design competition is a building block," 11 May, 1997, 3C. 

"Local awards laud modesty - Dallas American Institute of Architectsshows a preference for simple pleasures," 18 May, 1997, 41A.

"Both sides of the Globe - It took an American's tenacity to resurrect a piece of British (and theater) history," 25 May, 1997, 1C.

"Both sides of the Globe - It took an American's tenacity to resurrect a piece of British (and theater) history," 25 May, 1997, 1C.

"Passion for historical accuracy permeates the re-created Globe,"25 May, 1997, 6C.

"Design competition fraught with emotion," 1 Jun. 1997, 1C.

"In the Globe spirit - Audience has role in Shakespeare play," 9 Jun. 1997, 1C.

"Street of Themes - New York's once-sleazy 42nd Street is now a shiny entertainment complex," 15 Jun. 1997, 1C.

"Arts center revived - Project the focus of new interest," 24 Jun. 1997, 23A.

"Power surge for art - Britain's Tate Gallery plans move into renovated turbine facility," 29 Jun. 1997, 1C.

"Deep Breadth - Society of Architects honors the profound," 30 Jun. 1997, 17A.

"Design strikes a healing balance - Memorial of empty chairs neither sensational nor sentimental," 2 Jul. 1997, 12A.

"A major eye soar - Kansas City skyscraper regains its former glory," 13 Jul. 1997, 1C.

"Museum is a sophisticated space despite local design constraints," 20 Jul. 1997, 1C.

"Johnson documentary not much to build on Reverential PBS program takes architect at his word: Great!," 31 Aug. 1997, 45A.

"SMU museum plans $20 million building Meadows' collection of Spanish art will be focus of facility near school's main entrance," 18 Sep. 1997, 31A.

"More than just the facts - Journalism museum is parthistory, part theme park." 21 Sep. 1997, 1C.

"High-rise hopes Downtown store's transformation illuminates Dallas' urban aspirations," 7 Oct. 1997, 1C.

"Fluent in forms Versatile architect Frank Welch expresses himself in different styles," 19 Oct. 1997, 1C.

"Monumental predictability Nothing to read between the linesat Bush's new presidential library," 2 Nov. 1997, 1C.

"Arena location is short-sited choice," 18 Nov. 1997, 1C.

"Parks' lens tells of a diverse life Retrospective chroniclesthe artist and his subjects," 23 Nov. 1997, 1C.

"The de Menils' holy trinity: Family's chapels merge artistry and spirituality," 7 Dec. 1997, 1C.

"KING OF THE HILL Partly stunning, partly plodding, Getty Center rises above it all in L.A.."  14 Dec. 1997, 1C.

"Containers get more publicity in '97 than things contained," 29 Dec. 1997, 19A.

1998: 64 articles

"URBAN SALVAGE THE LOFT LIFE IS TRANSFORMING DOWNTOWN." 8 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"City Hall turns 20, and you can't beat it." 12 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"Walsh Center: TCU's new kid on the cube." 27 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"Dallas seeks arena designs from 5 firms April 30 deadline is set for all conceptual ideas." 28 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 33A..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"What Wright wrought Architect's legacy by the lake in Wisconsin stirs debate." 5 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"A hotel that won't put you to sleep." 7 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"GRAND PIANO - Italian architect melds spirit, - construction to win Pritzker." 20 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 19A.

"Proposal called last chance to realize Arts District dream." 30 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 31A.

"HALL PEOPLE: David Schwarz, architect." 3 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 2R.

"A new temple for the performing arts graces downtown Fort Worth." 3 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 1R.

"Dallas seeks arena designs from 5 firms April 30 deadline is set for all conceptual ideas." 28 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 33A..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"What Wright wrought Architect's legacy by the lake in Wisconsin stirs debate." 5 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"A hotel that won't put you to sleep." 7 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C.

"GRAND PIANO - Italian architect melds spirit, - construction to win Pritzker." 20 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 19A.

"Proposal called last chance to realize Arts District dream." 30 Apr. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 31A.

"HALL PEOPLE: David Schwarz, architect." 3 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 2R.

"A new temple for the performing arts graces downtown Fort Worth." 3 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, SPECIAL: 1R.

"Arts magnet - Fort Worth is trading its 'Cowtown' image for one geared more toward culture." 3 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"FW trading in image as Cowtown." 3 May, 1998, LIVING ARLINGTON: 4C.

"The Plans for the Fans - Designs for Dallas' new arena range from traditional to techno." 5 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, TODAY: 1C..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"CLASSICAL CONCOCTION - Performance hall design delights in days long gone." 9 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 37A..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"Aalto's humanism softened architecture." 17 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Bringing it all together - Artists and architects mustlearn to collaborate these days." 24 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C..Web. 4 Apr. 2012.

"Blueprint unlikely to be bold." 26 May, 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 11A.

"Seen this somewhere before?." 14 Jun. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"New Washington monuments - WWII memorial redesign is still a bomb, but Reagan building piques interest." 21 Jun. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Piano's a poet with his works set in stone - Italian architect remains true to builder heritage." 28 Jun. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Concert hall gains plaza, art - Bank site to be cleared for Nasher-owned work." 3 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 43A.

"Training ground - D.C. exhibit shows locomotive's influence on impressionists." 5 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Economy, additions revive Arts District - Backers hope area at last fulfills its potential." 26 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A.

"NEW FOUNDATION - DALLAS' ARTS DISTRICT STAKES OUT THE FUTURE." 26 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Gay church's cathedral begins to take shape - Architect Johnson in'expressionist' phase." 26 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 37A.

"Economy, additions revive Arts District - Backers hope area at last fulfills its potential." 26 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A.

"Economy, additions revive Arts District - Backers hope area at last fulfills its potential." 26 Jul. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 1A.

"New Wyeth has mood of Maine." 9 Aug. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Homes on the range - Developers plan community in Denton County that reveres the prairie." 23 Aug. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Against the grain - Three contemporary houses ignore the nostalgia craze." 6 Sep. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Three contemporary houses ignore the nostalgia craze." 6 Sep. 1998, LIVING ARLINGTON: 2C.

"SIMPLY SUPERIOR - Aga Khan Awards forgo the trendy." 9 Sep. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 25A.

"Awards laud selective few - Subtlety of projects wins praiseof Texas Society of Architects." 3 Oct. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 41A.

"Museum plan pared down - Revisions for Fort Worth's Modern reduce scope while preserving vision." 21 Nov. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 43A.

"GRAND STAND - Renovated train station poised to become New York's new town square." 22 Nov. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Performance hall planned for Houston - $85 million downtown center to feature Broadway musicals." 1 Dec. 1998, HOME FINAL, NEWS: 12B.

"Group's top honor goes to Frank Gehry - Jumbled designs praised for defying convention." 4 Dec. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 44A.

"Century's other 'last great hall' - Compromises didn't do Seattle's new Benaroya Hall any favors." 6 Dec. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"THE PEOPLE'S COURT - BOSTON'S NEW FEDERAL COURTHOUSE IS A TRUE PUBLIC SPACE." 20 Dec. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"MASTER PLANS - DAY 9: ARCHITECTURE." 28 Dec. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 23A.

"URBAN SALVAGE THE LOFT LIFE IS TRANSFORMING DOWNTOWN." 8 Mar. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

"Architects honor Kimbell AIA recognizes Fort Worth museum's landmark status." 6 Feb. 1998, HOME FINAL, OVERNIGHT: 39A.

"There's no place like `Home of the Future'." 18 Jan. 1998, HOME FINAL, THE ARTS: 1C.

1999: 50 articles

"The '50s are in full bloom at floral mart," 1/3/1999, 1C.

"POST-RETRO - Majority of group's awards go to contemporary designs," 1/7/25A.

"Noted Dallas architect Arch B. Swank Jr. dies at 85," 1/16/1999, 35A.

"Building on constraints - Architect proves limits areno barrier to good design," 1/17/1999, 1C.

"A district still faint of art," 1/31/1999, 2C.

"The making of the Magic Kingdom," 2/12/1999, 58.

"The making of the Magic Kingdom," 2/12/1999, 58.

"SOUND DECISION - NEW PERFORMANCE HALL PROVIDES A GRAND ENTRY TO UNT AND ITS MUSIC," 2/14/1999, 1C.

"It's Walt's world, after all - HOW THE DISNEY THEME PARKS HAVE CHANGED AMERICA," 2/21/1999, 1C.

"Architect Harper dies - 60-year career left mark on many area buildings, many of his peers," 3/11/1999, 37A.

"Foster wins Pritzker Prize - British architect's modernist works noted for poetic use of technology," 4/12/1999, 23A.

"Constructing culture New museums are springing up in all corners of Texas," 4/18/1999, 1C.

"MULTIPLYING MUSEUMS," 18 Apr. 1999, 6C.

"Museum to shut doors for expansion - Fort Worth's Amon Carter planning to open gallery during two-year project," 4/21/1999, 29A.

"WALL FLOWERS - Architect Frank Gehry cultivates a lively new language of form," 4/25/1999, 1C.

"REACHING FOR THE SKY - Sprawling growth shapesDallas and its architectureas free enterprise reignsin concert with the freeway," 5/2/1999, 7C.

"REACHING FOR THE SKY - An architectural guide to Dallas/Fort Worth," 5/2/1999, 1C.

"The 'Blade Runner' landscape - Much condemned, freeways represent art of expediency," 5/2/1999, 9C.

"Who built this place? - Forgotten architects gave Dallas some quirky character," 5/2/1999, 8C.

"TOURING THE TOWN,” 5/2/1999, 8C.

"Fort Worth: The Kimbell and beyond - Cowtown benefits from balancing the old and the new," 5/2/1999, 10C.

"Where we live: Dallas' neighborhoods - A mix of stately grandeur; cozy pockets and grated isolation," 5/2/1999, 9C.

"Architectural curiosities - Dallas' hidden gems show a flair for innovation, whimsy," 5/2/1999, 9C.

"Gehry sees good side to 'ugly' cities - Variety promotes greatness, honoree tells AIA gathering," 5/7/1999, 43A.

"Santa Fe gets dose of modernity - Two new art centers add sparkle to a mostly brown cityscape," 5/23/1999, 1C.

"Santa Fe gets dose of modernity - Two new art centers add sparkle to a mostly brown cityscape," 5/23/1999, 1C.

"MoCa gains new flavor - Renovated mill buildingsserve contemporary art," 5/30/1999, 1C.

"MoCa gains new flavor - Renovated mill buildingsserve contemporary art," 5/30/1999, 1C.

"Fluid lines fascinate architect - Symbolism key in Calatrava's designs for civic projects," 6/17/1999, 32A.

"Designing a church as religion arena," 6/27/1999, 1C.

"Dallas architecture gets the attention it deserves," 7/4 Jul. 1999, 9J.

"Future arena mostly looks backward - Revised plan remains centered on nostalgia,” 7/29/1999, 26A. 

"Future arena mostly looks backward - Revised plan remains centered on nostalgia," 7/29/1999, 26A.

"Sculpture garden gets architect - Nasher hires Italian for downtown design," 8/6/1999, 1A.

"RIVER OF DREAMS," 8/15/1999, 6C.

"STREAM DREAMS - The Trinity River plan is huge; so are its potential problems," 8/15/1999, 1C.

"Dan was an off-the-Wall sage," 8/29 Aug. 1999, 1F.

"Restraint honored - Institute of Architects awards go to seven simple pleasures," 9/20/1999, 21A.

"San Angelo's new museum takes big chances on small budget," 9/26/1999, 12C.

"On The Home Front - Porch culture succumbed to technological advances, shifting demographics during century," 10/7/1999, 32A.

"Texas society keeps it simple - Design Awards extol the down-to-earth." 10/24/1999, 43A.

"New life for a landmark - Magnolia Hotel retains character of Dallas' first true skyscraper." 10/24/1999, 1C.

"UT back to the drawing board - Architects walk out," 11/19/1999, 42A.

"Plastic palace - The Wilson Houseis a monumentto laminate," 12/4 Dec. 1999, 5C.

"Gold Medal goes to Legorreta - American Institute of Architects lauds Mexican modernist's unifying creativity," 12/10/1999, 43A.

"Marvel of a mosque - Low-cost structure gets high marks conceptually, visually," 12/11/1999, 5C.

"Banking on the river - Little Rock revival relieson city's best resource," 12/12/1999, 1C.

"Radio City Revival - One of New York's great spaces isrestored to breathtaking brilliance," 12/18/1999, 5C.

"BLOCKBUSTER BOOM - The dominant theme: Super-size it," 12/19/1999, 1C.

2000: 53 articles

"Knowing the ways of a city's heart - Urban critic focused on the everyday," 01/16/2000, 2C.

"Latino Cultural Center progressing - Architect reports advances in project's design, funding,” 02/09/2000, 27A.

"Old church is reborn as new venue - Weisfeld Center embodies young developer's dream," 02/13/2000, 1C.

"OLD GLORIES - Preservation Awards salute conservation efforts," 02/26/2000, 5C.

"OLD GLORIES - Restored house hides a playful side," 02/26/2000, 5C.

"As clear as Trinity's waters - Tollway among ideas that cloud $1.2 billion river plan," 02/27/2000, 1C.

"LANDMARK CHOICE - Calatrava receives Meadows Award," 03/07/2000, 21A.

"Straight Shooter - Photographer Walker Evans' work captures the life of buildings and poverty," 03/11/2000, 5C.

"b is for bauhaus," 03/11/2000, 5C.

"Space Walk - New York's Rose Center presents a stunning image of science and art," 03/18/2000, 5C.

"Hidden riches - A calm exterior doesn't give away new Houston museum's interior surprises," 03/25/2000, 5C.

"SUBURBAN VS. URBAN - Enron's edge over The Ballpark: Going to game becomes a civic ritual," 04/07/2000, 1B.

"Photographer changed face of portraiture," 04/08/2000, 5C.

"MEMORIAL On April 19, 2000 a memorial will open to the public on the site of the explosion. - Spare design creates churchlike setting," 04/16/2000, 45A.

"MAN OF PARTS - Visionary Koolhaas wins Pritzker prize," 04/17/2000, 25A.

"Landscape architect Clarence Roy dies at 73," 05/06/2000, 35A. 

"Project takes form - Date set for presentation of sculpture garden plans," 05/11/2000, 39A.

"Police headquarters at critical design stage," 06/06/2000, 33A.

"SHAPING A DREAM - Nasher unveils design for sculpture garden that includes five pavilions, reflecting pool," 06/06/2000, 1A.

"PIANO FORTE - Renzo Piano's Nasher Sculpture Garden will harmonize the Arts District," 06/11/2000, 1C.

"MODERN REVIVAL Saved from the wrecking ball, a' 60s house finds new life," 06/17/2000, 5C. 

"Rothko Chapel reopens - Damage to building undone with subtlety," 06/17/2000 38A.

"'Quiet refuge' for JFK gets much-needed facelift.," 06/24/2000, 5C.

"Less than monumental - Fascinating story receives 'just the facts' treatment," 07/02/2000, 3C.

"One more plan for the road - Trinity design would bury toll way, create 'ring road' for development," 07/09/2000, 1C.

"DEEP SPACE - Chapel frames Rothko's masterworks in stillness," 07/22/2000, 5C.

"ART MOVEMENT - Houston museum drives cars down unusual paths," 08/12/2000, 5C.

"BRIDGE BUILDING - A tiny studio unites an East Dallas Neighborhood," 08/19/2000, 5C.

"Purple haze Hype-fogged journey through American pop music is a mixed Experience at Seattle's ambitious new museum," 08/20/2000, 1C.

"The DSO plays Europe - the Dallas Symphony Orchestra leaves Wednesday for a 19-day tour of four European countries," 08/27/2000, 8C.

"'Figaro' happily wedded in FW - Mozart and Bass Hall provide a cool refuge," 09/09/2000, 41A.

"Home for the weekend - Style and planning of new stadium give SMU fans something to cheer about," 09/09/2000, 5C.

"Baby Grand Toy -Piano virtuoso finds big things in small packages," 09/19/2000, 5C.

"Designing woman - The unknown architect inspired immediate confidence," 09/24/2000, 8C.

"MAKING HISTORY Dallas' Women's Museum is a landmark achievement," 09/24/2000, 1C.

"RISING TO PROMINENCE Dallas Design Awards honor latest standouts," 09/26/2000, 25A.

"HOT CORNER," 09/27/2000, 5C.

"Fair Park RENAISSANCE," 09/27/2000, 5C.

"The Women's Museum," 09/29/2000, 33.

"'Building Big' bridges obstacles to enjoyment - Series puts massive feats in simple terms," 10/03/2000, 27A.

"Women's Museum drew together enthusiastic trio," 10/08/2000, 5C. 

"SEEING IS BELIEVING 'Sacred Space' exhibit brings holy places to life," 10/18/2000, 5C.

"HIGH-WIRE ACTS - To Santiago Calatrava, bridges mean more than a way to cross the water," 10/29/2000, 1C. 

"'Builder' constructs great tale," 10/30/2000, 23A.

"MATERIAL MATTERS Substance outshines flash at TSA Awards," 11/01/2000, 33A.

"Hot Corner," 11/04/2000, 5C.

"ARTCAMP," 11/21/2000, 5C.

"New board to plan $250 million facility Fundraising key issue for downtown center," 11/22/2000, 37A.

"HOT CORNER," 11/22/2000, 5C.

"Courthouse can be justly praised - Long Island structure combines stateliness with modern design," 11/26/2000, 1C.

"Enticing art, design fill Cityplace station Bright touches aim to put riders at ease in underground setting," 12/18/2000, 25A. 

"Model Offices RTKL, other architecture firms are renovating spaces downtown," 12/27/2000, 5C.

"OLD MEETS NEW DAY 9 ARCHITECTURE," 12/28/2000, 27A. 

2001: 66 articles

"Nasher center names director Former DMA chief curator to lead sculpture project." 01/05/2001, 29A. 

"Shock of the NEW - The downtown-housing boom has forged winners and losers." 01/14/2001, 1C. 

"Exhibit celebrates the fanciful movement that had its origins in nature Nouveau RICH." 01/17/2001, 5C. 

"City reverses course on river - Dallas could learn from the successes and failures of Hartford Project." 01/21/2001, 1C. 

"Urban bright - AIA awards suggest a concern for reclaiming city spaces." 01/23/2001, 5C. 

"Chicago photo firm was a Blessing for buildings." 02/14/2001, 5C. 

"THE NEW OLD THING - Preservation Dallas honors those who have revitalized places rich in history." 02/24/2001, 5C. 

"Finding a dream." 03/04/2001, 7C. 

"Renowned architect enlisted - Gehry to design downtown museum." 03/13/2001, 1A. 

"VIEW FINDER - Show looks at a daring figure's impact on art." 03/14/2001, 5C. 

"Meadows Museum opening at SMU." 03/23/2001, 4. 

"Spanish Harbor Architecturally, the new Meadows Museum disappoints." 03/24/2001, 5C. 

"Meadows honors lyrical designs of architect Calatrava." 03/25/2001, 5C. 

"MATERIAL EVIDENCE Harvard exhibit peeks at the future of homebuilding." 03/28/2001, 5C. 

"Finalists named for Booker T. Washington expansion." 03/29/2001, 33A. 

"Pritzker prize goes to Swiss team Herzog, de Meuron design with subtlety." 04/02/2001 21A. 

"GO FOR THE BOLD - Opera/theater complex could bring Arts District to life But it'll take a daring architectural approach to make it work." 04/2/2001, 1C. 

"Police Memorial dedication." 04/06/2001, 4. 

"A monument to heroes - Dallas Police Memorial is an edgy, contemporary tribute that's a triumph." 04/08/2001, 1C. 

"Festivities planned." 04/12/2001, 34A. 

"Museum maker." 05/05/2001, 14C. 

"CALIFORNIA DREAMER - Architect's concept of blending homes with nature remains revolutionary." 05/09/2001, 5C. 

"The new Marfa lights - Art lovers travel to lonely West Texas for Dan Flavin's fluorescence." 05/27/2001, 1C. 

"HOT CORNER." 05/30/2001, 12C. 

"SAND CASTLE Architect's Western oasis remains one with nature." 06/06/2001, 12C. 

"THE ARTS ALPHABET A monthly glossary of people, terms and techniques, from A to Z. - Q is for quattro." 06/06/2001, 12C. 

"An urban space that sings - Mockingbird Station creates harmony from old and new, odds and ends." 07/01/2001, 1C. 

"Where Texas lives - Authors examine foundation of state's architecture." 07/15/2001, 10C. 

"The kitsch is supersized at this McDonald's." 07/18/2001, 12C. 

"LESS & MORE - Mies van der Rohe speaks in sharp angles and Frank Gehry in soft curves in landmark exhibits Two shows help establish Mies' legacy as father of a new language." 07/22/2001, 1C. 

"LESS & MORE - Gehry's models, blueprints put process front and center." 07/22/2001, 1C. 

"THE STYLE INSIDE - Retro fits - Nostalgia influences architecture." 07/22/2001, 22E. 

"ROUTINE FLIGHT - By playing it safe on design, the new arena misses the chance to soar." 07/30/2001, 12C. 

"BIG BEND - Gateway Arch remains one of America's most inspirational monuments." 08/08/2001, 12C. 

"Bob Bullock museum doesn't capture the essence of Texas." 08/12/2001, 1C. 

"Hit and a whiff - New Austin-area ballpark goes deep, but history museum can't make contact - Dell Diamond promotes the idea of baseball as family entertainment." 08/12/2001, 1C. 

"Ace of Diamonds - Fenway Park is one of the last great places to watch baseball." 08/29/2001 12C. 

"Architect hired for arts school - Booker T. Washington model 'really captures the spirit of the place'." 09/09/2001, 35A. 

"Distorting the American landscape - Attack on iconic buildings robs us of emotional compasses." 09/16/2001, 4C. 

"Future taking shape - An inside look at how an architect was chosen for arts magnet school." 09/16/2001, 1C. 

"Building debate: Should towers go up again? - Some favor renewal on same site, others want symbolic memorial." 09/16/2001, 23A. 

"Performing arts center to have European flair - 7 finalists for design of opera house, theater leave imprints overseas." 09/27/200121A. 

"Arts center's look likely to lean toward Europe - 7 finalists picked to design Dallas opera house, theater." 09/27/2001, 1A. 

"Blanton Museum is back on track - Newest plans adhere to style of existing buildings at UT." 10/06/2001, 39A. 

"Author's fortunes rose when towers came down - Darton's book on the World Trade Center saw sales surge after attacks." 10/07/2001, 6C. 

"Major architects vie for arts space - But does the emphasis on big-league stars muscle out local talent?." 10/07/2001, 1C. 

"Comfortable, mannerly, and unpretentious' homes - Architect Donald Mayes remembered for his innovative career in Denison." 10/10/2001, 12C. 

"Midcentury Modern - Preservation Dallas tour of 1950s homes celebrates the era's confidence and pride." 10/10/2001, 12C. 

"Suspicious requests for building plans reported." 10/13/2001, 13A. 

"Urbane renewal - This year's AIA award winners share a decidedly fresh approach to design." 10/20/2001, 14C. 

"COMFORT ART Americana master Norman Rockwell resonates anew in trying times." 10/31/2001, 12C. 

"West End building reborn for the - dot-com crowd." 10/31/2001, 12C. 

"Candidates wow." 11/09/2001, 48A. 

"Design that soars - Santiago Calatrava's Milwaukee museum sometimes flies too high." 11/18/2001, 1C. 

"A desk of my own - A writer without a desk was - like a painter without an easel, or a composer - without a piano." 11/27/2001, 3C. 

"Solitary refinement - St. Louis' new museum is a meditation about art." 11/28/2001, 12C. 

"Arts center winners: a cool, brash combo - Architects Koolhaas, Foster differ in style, share enthusiasm." 12/04/2001, 1A. 

"Koolhaas wins L.A. project - 'Radical' design calls for replacing existing museum building." 12/07/2001, 43A. 

"Tadao Ando winner of AIA's Gold Medal - Designer of FW's Modern cited for 'enduring' buildings." 12/08/2001, 43A. 

"Social STRUCTURES - Buildings that blend with community life celebrated at Aga Khan Awards." 12/08/2001, 14C. 

"PACmen - Meet the architects who'll shape Dallas' performing arts center." 12/09/2001, 1C. 

"CRITICS' NOTEBOOK." 12/16/2001, 3C. 

"Late entries in the PAC competition." 12/16/2001, 7C. 

"WATER POWER - Recalling a magical meeting with Niagara Falls." 12/26/2001, 4C. 

"TOP 10 ARCHITECTURE EVENTS." 12/28/2001, 39A. 

"Culture unbowed - Cities embrace performance venues as catalysts of growth." 12/28/2001, 39A.

2002: 57 articles

"AIA has a flood of protests - Although goals applauded, Trinity River plan questioned."  01/20/2002, 1C.

"Art house hit - AIA honors Dallas museum-residence and other projects." 01/23/2002, 12C.

"Modernism with some surprises." 02/11/2002, 12C.

"Edifying exhibit - Fort Worth show charts - the modern museum boom." 02/13/2002,14C.

"Time frames Pulitzer Prize-winning photos - present history in a snap at Sixth Floor Museum." 02/18/2002,12C.

"Awards recognize building blocks of urban success - Preservation Dallas honorees highlight the value of modest projects."  02/23/2002, 35A.

"Building a reputation - Dean strives to develop UTA into regional design center." 03/13/2002, 12C.

"CLASSY MOVE Oklahoma City Museum of Art's new home fits established look of downtown neighbors." 03/18/2002, 12C.

"Quick-fix SYNDROME - To revitalize downtown, the whole must outweigh the parts." 03/31/2002, 1C.

"Plano's Rising Rep - Courtyard Theater gives a boost to downtown and arts community." 04/14/2002, 1C.

"Peak efficiency - Murcutt earns Pritzker prize for environmentalist designs." 04/15/2002, 27A.

"Concrete ideas - Tadao Ando redefines material's feel in Fort Worth Modern's new home." 04/30/2002, 10C.

"WRAP sheet - Christo thinks big in National Gallery retrospective." 05/01/2002, 12C.

"An invitation to dream up a better Dallas - Daylong symposium to focus on evitalization efforts for city." 05/01/2002, 12C.

"A treasure-trove of museums." 05/10/2002, 37.

"Place making - Featureless farmland finds sleek identity as office park." 05/22/2002, 12C. 

"Fine pruning - As the Nasher Sculpture Center sprouts, Renzo Piano readjusts its design toward a lighter, streamlined garden." 05/26/2002, SECOND, 1C. 

"ROOM for THOUGHT The Reading Room offers a chance to survey books and their readers." 06/05/2002, 12C.

"Calatrava will design new Atlanta concert hall." 06/18/2002, 23A.

"Dallas developer builds reputation for creativity - Cheatham's eclectic mix of modernity has trusted foundation." 06/23/2002,1A.

"Artists in RESIDENCE - A handful of architects champion modern flair amid retro-house Dallas." 06/23/2002, 1C.

"Catching a glimpse of Gatsby - HP home designed by Hal Thomson reflects a gilded era." 06/30/2002, 1C.

"Making the case for building with style - 'The Look' argues that modernists miss the point." 06/14/2002, 8C.

"Green PEACE Those seeking a return to nature - find sanctuary in Muir Woods." 07/17/2002, 12C.

"Filling the void - Compromise must be the foundation for World Trade Center site." 07/28/2002, 1J.

"Promised Landing - For generations, immigrants found America through Ellis Island." 08/07/2002, 12C.

"UTA dean fired after year term - Provost 'gradually lost confidence' in leader of architecture school." 08/23/2002, 31A. 

"Ousted UTA dean LaGess returns fire." 08/30/2002, 41A.

"A lecture series devoted to the designer - things in life." 09/04/2002, 14C.

"Lost & Found - A mission to recover a culture's texts spawned the National Yiddish Book Center." 09/07/2002, SECOND, 14C.

"G is for Gropius." 09/11/2002, 12C.

"Blueprints for success - Dallas Design Awards build recipients' reputations."  09/11/2002, 12C.

"DOWNING THOMAS - Architect known for eclectic designs." 09/13/2002, 41A.

"Hillier joins theater team." 09/18/2002, 29A.

"Ready for anything - Eisemann Center has the power of transformation." 09/22/2002, 1C.

"Wrecking Park Cities' character."09/22/2002, 3C

"Light Show - After 30 years, Kahn's vision shines through the Kimbell."  09/25/2002, 14C. 

"Consultants will evaluate what's good for the city." 29 Sep. 2002, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 2C.

"Theater of Devotion Robert Wilson gives - Stations of the Cross disturbing power." 10/02/2002, 12C.

"Home tour harks back to the '50s." 10/02/2002, 5C.

"Northern light - Small design firm excels with a 'less is more' approach."  10/06/2002, 1C.

"A design to defeat drivers' no-look passes - Basketball Hall of Fame aims to pull in visitors, revitalize Springfield."  10/27/2002, 1C.

"Space Explorations - Texas Society of Architects - honors those branching out from the state's - traditional looks."  10/28/2002, 12C.

"25 sites with the Texas spirit."  11/03/2002, 4C

"Allied Works to transform NY landmark."  11/10/2002, 43A.

"Tadao Ando's simplicity is supreme."  11/10/2002, 8C.

"State of the arts in FW - Museum is latest gem in Cultural District, but area still lacks identity." 11/17/2002, 1A. 

"A feel for the subject - Like its exhibits, Folk Art Museum makes most of little."   11/20/2002,14C.

"I is for Incunabula." 11/30/2002, 13C.

"Institute unable to come up with Gold Medal winner."  12/07/2002, 41A.

"Ando spirit - Architect sees the Modern as a serene sanctuary."  12/08/2002, 6C.

"Thoroughly Modern museum - The Kimbell's new neighbor is strong, simple building design at its best - Serene spaces, commitment to craftsmanship help reaffirm FW's standing as an oasis for art." 12/08/2002, 1A.

"Perfection set in concrete - 'You had to be the best of the best every day,' says construction company engineer ; As Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth opens, builders recall their trials and triumphs."  12/14/2002, 1A.

"Starting from Ground Zero - Architects' ideas for WTC site merge remembering, rebuilding."  12/19/2002, 1A.

"Strong reactions - New York, Fort Worth rise to challenges of renaissance."  12/28/2002, 37A.

"DAVID DILLON'S TOP 10 ARCHITECTURE EVENTS." 12/28/2002, 37A.

"BREAKOUT."  12/28/2002, 37A.

2003: 56 articles

"Grounds for celebration."  15 Jan. 2003, 12C

"What we want in a memorial."  26 Jan. 2003, 6J

"The sky's the limit - Brawny designs for WTC site scale new heights of ambition."  26 Jan. 2003, 1J

"WTC site design finalists return towers to skyline - Two firms now must refine proposals, estimate building costs."  5 Feb. 2003 5A

"Bright lights, big idea."  9 Feb. 2003, 3C

"Memory of want - Irish Hunger Memorial honors - Famine's victims."  12 Feb. 2003, 12C

"Simple, elegant design could help define the city - With parabolic arch and spidery lattice, bridge would be like no other landmark in town."  4 Jun. 2003, 1B

"Hidden aspirations revealed."  11 Jun. 2003, 12E

"Minds over matter - Hockaday School expansion favors function, continuity over flash and innovation."  11 Jun. 2003, 12E

"CRITICS' NOTEBOOK."  20 Jul. 2003, 3G

"A splash of nature Rural Long Island inspired Pollock's breakthroughs."  13 Aug. 2003, 12E

"A lack of street smarts - Pavilion an ordinary building in an extraordinary setting."  31 Aug. 2003, 1G

"Fill in the blanks - New plan lacks adventure and details."  10 Sep. 2003, 12E

"Knitting together the Arts District - Master plan for performance center envisions an area linked by plazas, greenery and people."  10 Sep. 2003, 1A

"How to rebuild - Art meets politics in city's struggle to mark Ground Zero." 11 Sep. 2003 9B

"Bringing out the colors in a diverse city - At Latino Cultural Center - opening this week - purple, red and yellow are starting points, not just decoration." 14 Sep. 2003, 1A

"Lightembrace - Complex mirrors ancient village in modern design."  14 Sep. 2003, 1G

"Cities' problems quickly becoming regional concerns."  28 Sep. 2003, 5G

"Hear what THINK is thinking."  1 Oct. 2003, 14E

"Room to GROW - Discreet Trammell Crow Pavilion keeps Arboretum's focus on natural beauty."  4 Oct. 2003, 13E

"Get on board for rare sights."  8 Oct. 2003, 14E

"Art 'in the middle of the mess' - Nasher Center's founder, architect talk of transformation."  18 Oct. 2003, 1B

"Urban Beauty."  19 Oct. 2003, 8W

"Setting the scene at the center - Architecture doesn't take a back seat."  19 Oct. 2003, 13W

"A design so artful, you may not notice - At Nasher Sculpture Center, what you don't see is as impressive as what you do Architect Piano creates a precise blend of light, texture and mood."  19 Oct. 2003, 1A

"Visions of the past lead architect into the future RENZO PIANO's museum lets light flow among memories of ancient ruins."  19 Oct. 2003, 6W

"Landscape architect puts artistic spin on earth - Leaves and limbs bend to PETER WALKER's will, becoming more than nature."  19 Oct. 2003, 7W

"LA sounds a cultural high note - Long-awaited concert hall billed as a popular catalyst of urban revival."  24 Oct. 2003, 1A

"AIA takes modern approach to awards - Eisemann Center, five houses among 2003 winners."  25 Oct. 2003, 13E

"Society honoring simplicity, utility."  31 Oct. 2003, 9B

"A Mexican Top 10 list at the MAC."  5 Nov. 2003, 14E

"Frank Gehry's LA bloom - Philharmonic's organic new home comes to life."  16 Nov. 2003, 1G

"Not much here - unless you dig art - Sleepy NY town now holds major pieces from the 20th century."  25 May, 2003, 1G

"Models of efficiency - 'Big & Green' shines light - on Earth-friendly buildings."  15 May, 2003, 12E

"Poetry and prose - Gehry's arts center plays to nature and function."  11 May, 2003, 1G

"Koolhaas quells rumors of financial trouble - He'll stick with Dallas' multiform theater and keep NY office open."  1 May, 2003, 7B

"Do Koolhaas' loyalties lie with Dallas? - Multiform theater in his hands after head of project resigns."  25 Apr. 2003, 8B

"Wright TURN - There's yet another life for architect's only skyscraper."  13 Apr. 2003, 1G

"Sydney Opera designer honored - Pritzker Prize goes to Dane decades after masterpiece completed."  7 Apr. 2003, 7B

"The excitement is buildings - Tours, exhibits highlight Dallas Architecture Month."  6 Apr. 2003, 8G

"Set sail with the latest Trinity River plan - With something for everyone, time to begin long-delayed project."  30 Mar. 2003, 6C

"Painting in Place - Winslow Homer's muse lay just steps outside his front door."  25 Mar. 2003, 12C

"Good location, so-so execution - Police headquarters boosts area, but building lacks vision."  16 Mar. 2003, 1C

"Planting a park - Plan adds needed green space - to downtown, but it would cost a chunk of Dallas history."  12 Mar. 2003, 12C

"Make room for MADI."  2 Mar. 2003, 3C

"There's still work to do on WTC replacement."  2 Mar. 2003, 5C

"L is for luminism."  24 Feb. 2003, 12C

Taitte, Lawson. "CRITICS' NOTEBOOK."  16 Feb. 2003, 3C

"The Arts Alphabet U is for Utopia."  19 Nov. 2003, 14E

"Then there were eight World Trade Center project focuses on quiet reflection."  20 Nov. 2003, 7B

"MAC show is pleasant but contains sparse context."  3 Dec. 2003, 12E

"LAWN PARTY - Addison Circle Park gives suburb a hub."  17 Dec. 2003, 14E

"Late Samuel Mockbee wins AIA Gold Medal - Lake/Flato of San Antonio wins Firm of the Year Award."  5 Dec. 2003, 8B

"Revised design for Freedom Tower is unveiled Spire-topped glass structure at WTC site would be world's tallest."  20 Dec. 2003, 19A

"DAVID DILLON'S TOP 10 ARCHITECTURE EVENTS."  28 Dec. 2003, 9B

2004: 48 articles

"A Tale of Two Houses - Notable buildings face different fates as preservationists and developers clash." 4 Jan. 2004, 1G. 

"Jury selects design for WTC memorial - Winning - plan's theme reflection." 7 Jan. 2004, 7B. .

"Coming to Light - Son tells melodramatic story of Louis Kahn's secretive life." 4 Feb. 2004,14E. .

"5 design finalists chosen for theater - $23 million hall to be final piece of proposed performing arts center,” 28 Feb. 2004, 6B. 

"5 design finalists chosen for theater." 28 Feb. 2004, 18B. "Dan Kiley knew how to live and work." 28 Mar. 2004, 4G.

NewsBa "COMMUNITY - For most of the last century, Dallas City Hall was run like a business - by the same people who ran Dallas' biggest private businesses. Other weren't particularly needed, or necessarily welcome. Now, the face of government, like the face of the city, has been transformed, leaving the question: Who will lead?." 18 Apr. 2004, 14W. 

"DECISION TIME - Observe Dallas City Hall long enough, and you may come to feel that there are 30,000 things that need fixing. Not so. There are basically three things that need fixing - with 30,000 consequences. So here are the three things: strategy, structure and services.." 18 Apr. 2004, 16W.  

"Design team in place for theater - Local firm will work with Chicago giant on Dallas hall," 30 Apr. 2004, 2B. 

"Arts District theater gains a design team - Local firm will work with Chicago giant on Dallas Performance Hal,” 30 Apr. 2004, 1B. 

"Wylys: from computers to crafts - Michaels owner learned love of arts from his dance teacher mothe, 3 May, 2004, 4A. 

"For city, dramatic donation - Dallas couple gives $20 million, Wyly name to Arts District theater," 3 May, 2004, 1A. 

"Dallas muffed architect selection," 9 May, 2004, 3G. 

"Late bloomer - Surviving a shaky start decades ago and years of frustration, the Arts District is reaching for a bright future," 21 May, 2004, 32.

"State of Main - Will changes in downtown continue slowly or accelerate?," 23 May, 2004, 1G. 

"Where art meets the arts - Unique designs unveiled for Dallas theater, opera," 9 Jun. 2004, 1A. 

"Civic leaders - Theater, opera house taking active role in cityscape," 9 Jun. 2004, 7B. 

"Architects of Dallas class - Two men hold promise of city's culture," 13 Jun. 2004, 1A. 

"Architect Johnson sought to create a visual thrill for visitors 'Pseudo danger' became real with drownings in Fort Worth,” 18 Jun. 2004, 24A. 

"Turning the page - Rem Koolhaas retools - a traditional civic institution at the Seattle library," 23 Jun. 2004, 14E. 

"Double impact," 27 Jun. 2004, 1G. 

"Road show SPECTACULAR Kimbell combines two exhibits - with masterpiece results," 30 Jun. 2004, 16E. 

"A breezy look at buildings behaving madly," 10 Jul. 2004, 12E. 

"Architecture Forum covers lots of ground - Designers, critics, teachers and historians will speak in 2004-2005," 11 Jul. 2004, 7G. 

"success through subtraction - Courtyard houses keep it simple through efficiency," 14 Jul. 2004, 14E. 

"MUTE WITNESS - In Chaco Canyon, silence is the ticket to self-awareness," 21 Jul. 2004, 14E. 

"Readers root for Baum's simplicity," 25 Jul. 2004, 4G. 

"SUDDEN IMPACT – Guernica," 1 Aug. 2004, 1G. 

"SUDDEN IMPACT – Guernica," 1 Aug. 2004, 1G. 

"Gateway to the Future - Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis serves as a primer for Dallas' Arts Magnet School," 4 Aug. 2004, 14E. 

"Memorial master to speak at UD,") 4 Aug. 2004, 14E. 

"The Meyerson at 15 - Symphony hall has fulfilled much of its promise but not the dream of a wide cultural crescendo," 5 Sep. 2004, 1G. 

"Meyerson milestone - Pei helps his only concert hall celebrate its 15th birthday," 13 Sep. 2004, 9B. 2012. 

"EDWARD LARRABEE BARNES - Architect's works included DMA," 24 Sep. 2004, 15B.  

"EDWARD LARRABEE BARNES - Architect's works included DMA," 24 Sep. 2004, 7B. 

"Johnson wraps long career," 9 Oct. 2004, 8B. 

"Gehry, Snohetta selected for WTC arts buildings," 14 Oct. 2004, 9B. 

"Shaping A FUTURE - Critically acclaimed, the Nasher - Sculpture Center looks for ways to boost public interest," 17 Oct. 2004, 1G. 

"Excess no longer a design signpost - This year's AIA winners include small structures with modest lines," 29 Oct. 2004, 7B.  

"Artist ignores boundaries - Versatile designer Maya Lin will lecture at University of Dallas," 7 Nov. 2004, 2G. 

"A river runs by it - Clinton Presidential Center draws inspiration, power from its environs," 18 Nov. 2004, 7E. 

"Making a statement - New library evokes 'bridge to 21st century,' stresses urban setting," 18 Nov. 2004, 1A. 

"AIA honoring Calatrava - Designer of proposed - Trinity River bridges wins Gold Medal," Dec. 2004, 9B. 

“Can other cities' solutions work here? - Public-private initiatives often effective tool for redevelopment," 15 Dec. 2004, 1A.

"Big Deal - MoMA's coolly modern structure may leave visitors cold," 19 Dec. 2004, 1G. 

"DAVID DILLON'S TOP 10 ARCHITECTURE EVENTS," 26 Dec. 2004, 11B. 

2005: 

"Keeping their diss stance." 29 May, 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 3G. 

"Denton Civic Center receives a makeover - Renovation preservesthe integrity ofO'Neil Ford's vision." 29 May, 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 6G. 

"Looking back to see ahead - Old buildings and a drawing pad hold lessons in design." 15 Jun. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 14E. 

Wuntch, Philip. "CRITICS' NOTEBOOK." 5 Jun. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 2G. 

"Legend Awards go to ...." 16 Jun. 2005, SECOND, OVERNIGHT: 25A. 

"Western electric - Architectural currents may shift, but - Hoover Dam remains a marvel." 22 Jun. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

"CRITICS' NOTEBOOK." 3 Jul. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 4G. 

"'LANDed' provides fun among foliage." 13 Jul. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

"BLAND HELLO - D/FW Airport's new international terminal lacks sense of place." 23 Jul. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 14E. 

"DAVID SAYS ... - Terminal D bland, boring." Quick (Dallas, TX) 25 Jul. 2005, SECOND, QUICK: 8. 

"Uptown aspirations - Residential boom feeds towering appetite for luxury." 31 Jul. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 1G. 

"In Dallas, more people are moving on Uptown - Luxury high-rises have become a status symbol." 31 Jul. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 1A. 

"Gilty pleasures - Newport mansions struck bold notes for a bygone elite." 17 Aug. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 14E. 

"The Heart - The city will be rebuilt, but restoring its allure is a formidable challenge." 4 Sep. 2005, SECOND, SPECIAL: 5H.

"Outer Limits - Painter Rockwell - Kent made a spiritual home in remote landscapes." 7 Sep. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

"Lecture to launch forum's 10th season - Dallas group examines design world by hosting visitors, tours." 11 Sep. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 7G. 

EOIN DILLON ROBIN BENNETT DAVID HITCHIN ROLAND ANDERSON DAVID LONDON JOHN PENNY, TIM BROWN. "The Guardian: A welcome return." Guardian, The (London, England) 15 Sep. 2005,: 

"ROLLING A NINE - Critic David Dillon pinpoints Las Vegas sites reflecting the city's unique American status." 18 Sep. 2005, SECOND, TRAVEL: 1I. 

"MAIN STRIP USA - As critics decry its lifestyle, economy and architecture, Las Vegas just keeps growing." 18 Sep. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 1G. 

"Memories of Korea captured in vivid colors - War photographer's poignant images hark back to bygone culture." 24 Sep. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 14E. 

"Mission completed - ARCHITECTURE: Raymond Nasher's dream of an art center at Duke comes true." 2 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

KIRKMAN, ROBERT. "LETTERS." Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA) 2 Oct. 2005, Home; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Editorial: B5. 

"Over the top with David Dillon." 9 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 13G. 

"More in store? - URBAN LIFE: Grocer flavors downtown mix with one more ingredient." 13 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"Buzz factory - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Final design for the Arts Magnet opens a space for inspiration." 20 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"Over the top with David Dillon." 22 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 3G. 

"OUTTAKES." 23 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 4G. 

"Arts center naming honors devoted benefactor - ARCHITECTURE: Grant will help fund Margaret McDermott Performance Hall." 25 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"Misplaced mall is shopping for a clue - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: New center has a suburban feel in an urban hot spot." 26 Oct. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

The Dallas Morning News, David Dillon. "Sites that really say 'Las Vegas'." Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) 30 Oct. 2005, All, Travel: T05. -

Knight Ridder Newspapers, David Dillon. "These Vegas sites reflect the city's unique American status." Buffalo News, The (NY) 30 Oct. 2005, Final, Travel: I1. 

"By personal design - ARCHITECTURE ESSAY: The spirit of O'Neil Ford presides as an era ends at his San Antonio estate." 2 Nov. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"It's time for dirt to fly - ARCHITECTURE: Ceremony will mark start of arts complex." 10 Nov. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"Design honorees run the gamut - ARCHITECTURE: Association recognizes works from airport Skylink to pump station." 15 Nov. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"How should city rebuild neighborhoods and infrastructure, reinvent economy? - Problems plentiful, certainties few as Big Easy plans recovery." 20 Nov. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 1A. 

"Over the top - With David Dillon." 27 Nov. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 3G. 

Knight Ridder Newspapers, DAVID DILLON. "QUESTIONS LOOM LARGE IN BIG EASY'S RECOVERY." State, The (Columbia, SC) 29 Nov. 2005, FINAL, FRONT: A1. 

"Those who go give more, arts events study shows - CULTURE: Attendees cite socializing as a main motivation." 29 Nov. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 5G. 

"Over the top - With David Dillon." 11 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 4G. 

"ARCHITECTURE - Timeless in the woods." 25 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 2G. 

"Rise and - Fall - ARCHITECTURE: Dallas builds bridges to the future, while a devastated New Orleans faces its greatest challenge." 26 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"Predock wins AIA gold medal - ARCHITECTURE: His works take cues from landscapes." 9 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 12G. 

"Arc of an artist - ART REVIEW: Boston 'Ansel Adams' show shares the cornerstones of famed landscape photographer's career." 3 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 4G. 

"Prize speaker - ARCHITECTURE: Aga Khan Trust director will discuss awards, global missions." 10 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 3G. 

"Architect builds on his visions of the land - ARCHITECTURE: Antoine Predock wins praise for creating 'fearlessly expressive' symbols." 13 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"OVER THE TOP - Year in review." 26 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 7G. 

"Rise and Fall ARCHITECTURE: Dallas builds bridges to the future, while a devastated New Orleans faces its greatest challenge.." 26 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 1G. 

"ARCHITECTURE TOP 10 - DAVID DILLON'S TOP 10." 26 Dec. 2005, SECOND, GUIDELIVE: 7G. 

"Leaner, lighter design a good fit for Winspear - Changes in Dallas opera house plans are subtle but significant." 27 May, 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 2A. 

"Art from on high - Renaissance glories adorn the room where cardinals will select a new pope." 18 Apr. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 10E. 

Christensen, Thor. "CRITICS NOTEBOOK." 17 Apr. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 3G. 

"Stately grace Meadows exhibit celebrates Mark - Lemmon's landmarks." 11 Apr. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 10E. 

"Power and pity - Rembrandt exhibition reveals a giant's last images." 6 Apr. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 4E. 

"PUZZLE PALACE - Wyly Theatre's complex design coming clear." 29 Mar. 2005, SECOND, HEALTHY LIVING: 10E. 

"Artistic differences - At performing arts center, 3 architectural firms from 3 European countries don't seem to be coming together much in Dallas." 27 Mar. 2005, FIRST, NEWS: 1A. 

"Artistic differences - At performing arts center, 3 architectural firms from 3 European countries don't seem to be coming together much in Dallas." 27 Mar. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 1A. 

"Architect Mayne wins Pritzker." 21 Mar. 2005, SECOND, OVERNIGHT: 9B. 

"FW museum to be remodeled." 11 Mar. 2005, SECOND, OVERNIGHT: 8B. 

"Strained achievement - Indian museum suffers from too many compromises." 9 Mar. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

and DAVID DILLON, ANGELA SHAH. "A little TLC for South Dallas." 6 Mar. 2005, SECOND, BUSINESS: 2D. 

"BANNER DAYS - The Christos put the 'public' back in public art with 'The Gates'." 19 Feb. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 16E. 

"Museum gets help with moving costs - Hunt Petroleum gift going toward downtown science site." 16 Feb. 2005, COLLIN COUNTY, METRO: 1B. 

"Gift will help museum move - Hunt Petroleum funds going toward downtown science site." 16 Feb. 2005, SECOND, METRO: 1B. 

"Big-picture visions." 14 Feb. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 13A. 

"A masterpiece with NYC as its canvas - 'The Gates' sprawls resplendent across venerable Central Park." 14 Feb. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 1A. 

"CRITICS' NOTEBOOK." 13 Feb. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 3G. 

"A monumental star in the Lone Star State - Philip Johnson brightened landscapes throughout Texas." 6 Feb. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 1G. 

"Getting the city groove - Civic spirit has plenty of attitude in Austin's newest hall of government." 2 Feb. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

Atlas, Darla. "CRITICS' NOTEBOOK." 30 Jan. 2005, SECOND, ARTS SUNDAY: 3G. 

"Pavilions on the prairie - Limestone and glass structures cast Oklahoma art in a new light." 29 Jan. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 16E. 

"PHILIP JOHNSON: 1906-2005 - Architect reshaped Dallas, other cities." 27 Jan. 2005, SECOND, NEWS: 1A. 

"Black HOLE - Book chronicles a grand opportunity missed at Ground Zero." 26 Jan. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

"Windows on the Future - Aga Khan design winners combine East and West in socially responsive structures." 12 Jan. 2005, SECOND, TEXAS LIVING: 12E. 

2006: 41 articles

"With cemetery, new ideas born - Massachusetts site changed way U.S. viewed graves, parks," 14/01/2006, 1G.

"TWISTED SISTERS - ART REVIEW: Nasher puts - 'Women of Giacometti' on a pedestal," 15/01/2006, 1G.

"Sleight of hand - ART: Gauguin exhibit frames a lesson in appreciating a master," 21/01/2006, 1G.

"Down the road - Future will force Dallas to become a part of something bigger," 29/01/2006,15R.

“Rocker expresses himself in another medium - ART REVIEW: Lou Reed told New York's story in gritty songs; now, a different picture," 04/02/2006, 1G.

"Frank Gehry lectures at SMU tonight - ARCHITECTURE: Famed building designer drew on his training as a sculptor," 07/02/2006, 3G.

"The words from Gehry," 12/02/2006, 6G.

"1916 - Knights of Pythias Temple was first commercial building built for and by blacks," 15/02/2006, 1G.

"Saving beauty - ARCHITECTURE: The quirky glories of the Mercantile Building escape the wrecking ball," 19/02/2006, 1G.

"Where art meets engineering - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Met exhibit features Calatrava's work," 26/02/2006, 1G."A victory for design," 05/03/2006, 4G.

"Philosophical views - ART REVIEW: Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographs are like Socratic dialogues," 15/03/2006, 6G."OVER THE TOP - With David Dillon," 19/03/2006, 4G.

"Dada: The ultimate anti-art - ART REVIEW: Movement born during World War I denounced society's failed systems," 26/03/2006, 1G.

"Coloring in the gaps - ART REVIEW: Cézanne gave impressionism substance and pointed the way to modernism," 28/03/2006, 1G.

"A new home - ARCHITECTURE: UT's $82 million Blanton Museum opens today," 29/04/2006, 6G.

"A new home - ARCHITECTURE: UT's $82 million Blanton Museum of Art opens today," 29/04/2006, 1G.

"JANE JACOBS: 1916-2006 - Cities occupied author," 26/04/2006, 5G.

"See what 'modern' used to look like - ARCHITECTURE: Four Ju-Nel homes highlight tour," 22/04/2006, 3G.

"Let it be - Don't move it or redesign it. - The JFK Memorial is what it is, says DAVID DILLON," 10/04/2006,17A.

"A master of ruggedly poetic design wins Pritzker - ARCHITECTURE: Mendes da Rocha known for bold use of concrete," 10/04/2006, 1G.

"Life's journey - EXHIBIT REVIEW: Museum tracks Darwin's path from idler to scientific revolutionary," 08/04/2006, 1G.

"Spanish designers to speak - ARCHITECTURE: Forum hosting stars of modernist renaissance," 06/04/2006, 5G."Cooper-Hewitt names finalists," 14/05/2006, 4G.

"Wyly project changes hands - ARCHITECTURE: Prince-Ramus takes on remaining plans," 14/05/2006, 1G.

"PLAYING [Renzo] PIANO - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Insightful Nasher exhibition welcomes the visitor into the creative process," 13/05/2006, 1G.

"Forward Dallas - Would it work? - Yes, if the city finds the money and leaders to see it through, says architecture critic DAVID DILLON," 07/05/2006, 6P.

"Forward Dallas - A plan before the City Council would change the way this city lives, works and moves. Here's why it matters to you," 07/05/2006, 1P.

"Forward Dallas - Land use - The zoning code is handcuffing Dallas, which needs a smarter guide to development, DAVID DILLON says," 07/05/2006, 4P.

"ARCHITECTURE: The great outdoors provides a window into the soul of new NorthPark," 04/05/2006, 1G.

"Austere, though still art-friendly - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Blanton outwardly foreboding, but inside the spaces work," 02/05/2006, 1G.

"W works better outside than in - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Behind stunning facades, some confusion," 25/06/2006, 1G.

"Uptown's Victory in the making - After early struggles, Perot Jr. presides over urban boomtown," 21/06/2006, 1A.

"Architecture films worth catching," 17/06/2006, 5G.

"The architect as artist - REVIEW: Learn how a would-be painter found creative expression in buildings instead," 09/06/2006, 6G.

"APPRECIATION: Doug Tomlinson, 1945-2006 - A landmark photographer," 16/07/2006, 4G.

"Fun and games in Frisco - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: New sports parks do more than keep score," 15/07/2006,1G.

"A better place to call home - Confluence of commerce, cowboys and culture is revitalizing region," 10/08/2006, 8.

"ROOM TO GROW - ARCHITECTURE REVIEW: Park doesn't measure up to ambitions of performing arts center's buildings," 14/09/2006, 1G.

"ROAD WORSHIP - ESSAY: Along the High Five, travelers share a passing appreciation for art," 13/09/2006, 1G.

"Designer's discourse - ARCHITECTURE: Forum's 11th season grows with noted speakers, free events," 12/09/2006, 5G.

2007: 0 articles

2008: 0 articles

2009: 1 article

"All in the Details [Cowboys Stadium]," 06/03/2009, 8A.