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The Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers markets are obvious attractions for serious foodies in search of fresh produce, locally sourced cheese and meat, and artisanal…

JFK: Some things you never forget

I was sitting at the lunch counter of Coots’ Drugstore, at the corner of Marsh Lane and Walnut Hill Road…

Speaking of Texas: Deep Ellum's Enduring Spirit

In the 1920s and ‘30s, music filled the streets, theaters, joints, and churches of Deep Ellum, an area just east…

Dallas Reinvented

Having grown up in Dallas, I rarely thought of the city as a getaway destination, even though I’ve lived my…

Sculpted Serenity

I have had some memorable museum experiences in my life: a foggy night encounter with a Rembrandt in East Berlin,…

Outlaws: Bonnie and Clyde

Among the best known of the criminal enterprises in Texas was the group known as the Barrow Gang. The only…

Track to the Future: Train Museums

A few blocks north of the Fort Worth Convention Center and its supporting cast of restaurants, wine bars, and plush…

For the Road: A Passion for Collecting

Nestled in downtown Dallas’ burgeoning arts district, the Nasher Sculpture Center marks its fifth anniversary in October. To celebrate that…

Restoration of a Dallas Landmark: Old Red

As I maneuver through southbound traffic along I-35E, I’m keeping one eye on the Dallas skyline. Just ahead, the 50-story…

Old Friends, New Finds in Dallas, Houston and San Antonio

I love my old friends, but that doesn’t keep me from making exciting new ones. I wish I had more…

No Ac-cow-nting for Taste

They appeared to walk around aimlessly, looking innocent until the right opportunity presented itself. Then, moving as quickly as they…

Urban Sanctuaries

For a relaxing break from city hustle, venture down the following urban trails…and learn about nature along the way. Regulations…
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