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... after the season ended the next year, as the federal government had given the city the land "with the stipulation that no commercial venture could use it" ... In 1997, when the city gained airspace rights over the tracks, it decided to build a parking facility over them in the northwestern corner of Grant Park ... Eventually, the city realized that a grand civic amenity might lure private dollars in a way that a municipal improvement would not, and thus began the effort to create ...
... In November 2007 the city took control of the theater from Parton and gave it to UGL Unicco, hired to run the theater under a short term contract ... On January 8, 2008, the city of Roanoke Rapids terminated Randy Parton's contact and renamed the theater the Roanoke Rapids Theater ... Some details of contracts between the city, performers and other employees remained secret until local media obtained them via the Freedom of Information Act ...
... and parking lots until 1997, when it became available for development by the city as Millennium Park ... In February 1999, the city announced it was negotiating with Frank Gehry to design a proscenium arch and orchestra enclosure for a band shell in the new ... The city also sought donors to cover the cost of Gehry's work, which would eventually become Jay Pritzker Pavilion and the BP Pedestrian Bridge ...
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“When I see that the nineteenth century has crowned the idolatry of Art with the deification of Love, so that every poet is supposed to have pierced to the holy of holies when he has announced that Love is the Supreme, or the Enough, or the All, I feel that Art was safer in the hands of the most fanatical of Cromwells major generals than it will be if ever it gets into mine.”
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“What is the city over the mountains
Cracks and reforms and bursts in the violet air
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