Sign of the Times? 

A large granite marker in Forrest Park is erected by members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, then disappears. What happened?

Now you see it, now you don't. At some point in mid-year 2012, a solid granite slab-like marker, 13 feet wide and bearing, in bold, black capital letters, the words "FORREST PARK," appeared on the Union Avenue side of the park…

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