Could it finally be time for Fair Park?
The urban designer from Minnesota saw Fair Park for the first time on Aug. 13.
Before his arrival, John Slack had read nearly everything he could on the subject — musty histories, dusty master plans, racist reports penned in the ’60s, a far more recent proposal authored by college students who suggested a future for a place more past tense than present. He knew as much about Fair Park as any stranger could from a distance and more than most in this city.
But it wasn’t until his...