There is a charming vibe to the upscale neighborhood of Oak Lawn. The neighborhood is best known as Dallas’ LGBT-friendly neighborhood. Located just a short seven-minute drive north of downtown Dallas, there’s plenty to see and do in this lively neighborhood.

Dallas’ Cedars/Southside district, a small set of streets just south of downtown, are filled with businesses and offices during the day, and galleries, restaurants, bars, and music venues at night signaling the area’s continuing rise as one of the city’s destination neighborhoods.

Deep Ellum, which is Southern-ese for Deep Elm (the area's original name) used to be a mecca for jazz and blues back in the 20's. Now this eclectic enclave, just a few blocks east of downtown, is Dallas' hippest hood– with thriving nightlife, great eateries, art galleries and one-of-a-kind shops.

The latest area to be revitalized in Dallas is home to Trinity Groves, a trendy and diverse foodie mecca. Cross over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge from Downtown to reach West Dallas and you'll quickly find yourself making a hard decision of where to eat first.

Bishop Arts District, 10 minutes south of downtown, is one of Dallas' most charming neighborhoods. Filled with an eclectic mix of trendy eateries, bars, shops, galleries and performance venues. Along with shopping and nightlife, the area offers family-friendly events, wine walks and street fairs.

The West Village has urban living down to an art. Hallmarks of the neighborhood include walkablity and outdoor seating, with shopping and dining options just steps away the West Village is one Dallas great places to visit and a locals's favorite.

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy has fascinated Americans for decades. During a presidential motorcade on November 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald (allegedly) fired the shot that killed JFK as he rode through Dallas’s Dealey Plaza. The ensuing controversy surrounding the shooter’s ...

Dallas is the crown jewel of Texas (despite what the Austinites may think). Nestled comfortably in the middle of gorgeous hill country along the Trinity River, Dallas boasts of beautiful scenery and a city rich in history and culture.

Klyde Warren Park is a testament to the creativity and connectivity of Dallas. The 5.2 acre park is settled in the middle of the city, built over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Originally created to stifle the noise from the freeway underneath, Klyde Warren has quickly become one of Dallas’ most ...

There are a few things that are just quintessentially Texan: Dr. Pepper, bluebonnets, Friday night football, and pecan pie being just a few. For most people another idea also immediately pops up when they think of the Lone Star State. Made legendary by migrations of historical proportions ...

Everyone needs a quick getaway from time to time. Life in Fort Worth has its perks, but sometimes you just have to go somewhere new and explore a place you’ve never been before (or perhaps have only seen in passing). There’s something magical about digging into a place you’ve...

Texas summers are some of the best in the world, so don’t let the heat discourage you from getting outside and enjoying the sunshine. Chill out by heading down to the water and enjoying some of the fantastic lakes surrounding Dallas. There are thousands of ways to spend your day out on ...

Having fun in the Big D doesn’t have to cost a fortune. It’s easy to get caught up in Dallas’ glitz and glam image, but you can still have a blast even if your wallet has seen nothing but dust for the past few days. 5 things you can do to feel like a millionaire without paying out a single penny.

Dallas may not be the first place you think of when it comes to the perfect place for a photowalk, but with one of the largest art districts of any city in the US, it’s easy to find a ton of picturesque spots in the city! Need inspiration, here’s a list of 10 picture-perfect spots throughout Dallas.

As the 16th largest city in the United States and part of the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas, Fort Worth an eclectic blend of cowboy-meets-culture: whether you prefer to spend your time in a museum or watching the world's only twice-daily cattle drive, this city offers plenty of things to do.

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