Potted history of aviation in Dallas The first commercial flight on Texas soil was
Contrary to popular perception, visitors can get around Dallas without a car.
The other day, I got to sit on a teddy bear’s lap. It wasn’t soft and cuddly,
I recently joined a group of amateur photographers on Facebook. They organize events
In relative terms, I can say that Mexico is a stone’s throw away
I was strolling along, dodging people and trying to enjoy this gorgeous spring day
It’s difficult to imagine that at one point in the past, farmers rolled into town in horse-drawn carriages to bring their produce. They used their carts as stalls. Nowadays, they roll in pickup trucks and the makeshift market on what is now South Pearl Expressway and Cadiz Street became first a warehouse (1939) and then a […]
Walking around the West End is like going back in time to the golden age of the railway and industry
When walking around downtown Dallas, one comes across a white spiral construction
Come with me to discover the treasures of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Downtown Dallas.
The Cathedral, with its red brick walls and spire
Settled in the 1840s, Dallas has a relatively short history. However,