Get To Know More About the Sundance Square in Dallas Fort Worth

Sundance Square Umbrella

If you visit the Dallas Fort Worth area, make sure to check out the Sundance Square if you want to shop, dine, and be entertained. The Sundance Square is an entertainment, shopping, commercial, and residential district in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. The square encompasses 36 blocks and a wide range of shops, … Read more

Enjoying the Farm Fresh Foods at the Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers market Fruits

The Dallas Farmers Market is a vast public market situated in Pearl Expressway in the Farmer’s Market District. Today, the Dallas Farmers Market has been divided into three sections, which has three kinds of sellers: wholesale dealers, produce dealers, as well as local farmers. Aside from these mainstay stores, the Dallas Farmers … Read more

Discover the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture County History

Texas has over 250 courthouses, and about eighty of them were built before the century’s turn. Today, almost all of these courthouses offer architectural, civic, and historical tours. One of these historic courthouses is the Old Red, and it also happens to be one of the oldest and most beautiful of them … Read more

How Tall is Reunion Tower and What Should We Know about It?

Reunion Tower

Discussions about famous structures and iconic buildings in Texas won’t be complete without mentioning the Reunion Tower. Whenever you’re in Dallas, you don’t want to miss the moment of taking a selfie with the Reunion Tower behind you.  Indeed, the silhouette of this magnificent tower, crowned by a glittery sphere that can … Read more

Honoring Rosie the Riveter at the Vintage Flying Museum

The cover of published music for a song about Rosie

‘Rosie the Riveter’ wasn’t an actual person, but was a cultural icon that represented the six million women who filled men’s jobs during World War II. In addition to this group, there were also around 10 million Rosie volunteers. Prior to this era in history, women weren’t usually doing jobs as factory … Read more

Post World War II Art Viewable at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Entrance

The Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth is home to some of the most acclaimed modern and contemporary art collections in the United States. It is dedicated to presenting and interpreting international art from mostly the 1940s and onward. Its permanent collection includes more than 3,000 art pieces, including those by Jackson … Read more

Learn more about Rodeo City Music Hall in Mesquite Texas

Radio City Music Hall in 2010

Because of its famous Mesquite Championship Rodeo, Mesquite likes to call itself “Rodeo City.” This theater sticks with the theme and plays off New York’s famed Radio City Music Hall. Rodeo City Music Hall is located on Mesquite’s historic Downtown square, and fans can come here to catch Branson-style musical productions featuring … Read more

Learn About the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Logo

The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is considered to be the oldest running livestock show and rodeo in the world. Since 1896, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo have been held annually every mid-January until early February. The Stock Show is a non-profit organization that donates hundreds of thousands of … Read more

History of the Dallas West End District

Dallas West End

    The Dallas West End District or also known as West End Historic District of Dallas, Texas, is a 67.5 historic district located on the north of Commerce, west of Lamar, east of Interstate 35E, and south of Woodall Rodgers Freeway. A part of the district is included in the United … Read more