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A mile east of the School Book Depository in downtown Dallas lies a
section of the city called Deep Ellum, a mottled array of old brick
structures, where wild graffiti and gaudy murals decorate the walls of
trendy shops, loft apartments, restaurants, nightclubs, art galleries,
and tattoo studios. The area is also home to more conventional
endeavors, including a century-old meat market, auto repair shops and a
sheet-metal business owned by a Holocaust survivor. more... about Deep Ellum and Central Track: Where the Black and White Worlds of Dallas Converged