There are various Asian food stalls which are not huge in variety but are not bad. A lot of the dancing and singing are performed by children and there are many stalls offering activities specifically... more
Okay, just so you know where this knowledge is coming from, a little bit about me:
I was born in Dallas, lived there until I was 4, then moved to Kansas, moved back home to Texas when I was 10. From... more
Being caucasian, I have never had to deal with discrimination. Unfortunately, discrimination still pervades our society/generation as present generations of colored people whose forefathers have been... more
It's easy to remember which is the Texas flag - it's the one with the single star. Some people say it was originally because Texas was the lone state of Mexico which was attempting to uphold its... more
Dallas offers famous Texas blue skies, bright sunshine and clean fresh air – well almost. Hot spells do occur and they are HOT - up to 44C. August is usually the worst month for heat. Unfortunately if... more
John Henry Holliday, aka Doc Holliday, the notorious gunfighter, gambler and guzzler practiced his dentistry and honed his card playing expertise in Dallas during the 1870s before he found permanent... more
Being from another part in the US, I was surprised to see how forward the men are here... Anytime you go out, be prepared to deal with the Texan men.. They have no problem going up to you and blurting... more
In 1997, I attended the Dallas Industrial Hygiene Convention at the Dallas Convention Center. I visited a friend who had horses in the nearby town of Nevada Texas, and went to a three-day Event in......
In 1839, John Neely Bryan, a lawyer from Tennessee, wandered into this area. He was impressed with what he believed to be the perfect ingredients for a trading post and eventually a town.
I was born here, raised here and have family here. Right now, Dallas is my second home! I went to college here too so I have many friends here. I come often and I love it!!
North Dallas is where I......