Exorcising the Devil’s Triangle 

These developers are hoping a new restaurant will help shake a neighborhood's gritty past.

In the '70s and '80s, the Devil's Triangle in the Museum District was a magnet for bikers and trouble. Today the neighborhood is a place you'd take your mom for a stroll and Sunday brunch. To complete the area's transformation, the…

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