The George W. Bush Presidential Center on the SMU campus will open to the public on May 1, 2013.
Billy Bob's Texas is the World's Largest Honky Tonk. It's located in the heart of Cowtown--in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.
Crowley Independent School District, located south of Fort Worth, has nearly 15,000 students. It serves the cities of Crowley, Edgecliff Park, and a portion of Fort Worth.
Keith & Margo’s St. Valentine’s Day Massacre 23rd Annual Valentine’s Celebration in Dallas will be a bloody good time.
Cindy Davis is a new cast member of "Big Rich Texas" Season 3.
The annual Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo has been going on for more than a century. Every year, animals from around the state and some from around the world show and compete at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in the Fort Worth Cultural District.
The Ronald McDonald House Trains Exhibit Rolls Through Dallas this Holiday Season November 17, 2012 through January 6, 2013 at NorthPark Center.
Come celebrate the season as Six Flags Over Texas transforms into a magical wonderland.
Autumn at the Arboretum is a beautiful transition of the garden from spring colors to radiant fall colors.
The Texas Star is a 212.5-foot-tall ferris wheel at Fair Park in Texas. It made its first appearance at the 1985 State Fair of Texas and has run every year since. With 44 gondolas able to seat six people each, up to 264 riders can be on the wheel at once.
At Grapefest you can stomp grapes, taste wine, dine on corny dogs and awesome festival food, shop, enjoy amusement rides and lots of family fun.
One of the most desirable Dallas neighborhoods is Preston Hollow. President Bush lives here.
Downtown Fort Worth’s Burnett Park reopens with Cinco de Mayo celebration to showcase the park's recent renovation.
Frisco is a growing, affluent Dallas suburb with a population of over 120,000.
Hannukah begins at sundown December 1, 2010 and ends at sundown on December 9, 2010.
Six Flags Over Texas celebrates 50 years in Arlington, Texas.
Birdville Independent School District, with over 22,000 students, is located between Dallas and Fort Worth.
Reunion Tower is a highlight of the Dallas skyline.
Richardson ISD covers 38.5 square miles and includes most of the city of Richardson, and portions of the cities of Dallas and Garland (60 percent of RISD is in Dallas, with 35 percent in Richardson and 5 percent in Garland). RISD is comprised of 55 campuses that serve more than 34,000 students.
The Old Red Courthouse in downtown Dallas is a fine example of the courthouse-building fervor that swept through Texas in the 1880s and 1890s. In an imposing Romanesque style with turrets and gargoyles (actually wyverns), the courthouse dominates the area near Dealey Plaza, even though it is not as tall as many of the surrounding buildings.
The AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic is January 7, 2011 at Cowboys Stadium featuring the LSU Tigers vs. the Texas A&M Aggies.
DFW has a number of charities that would appreciate your contributions. All accept monetary donations; some accept cars or even used household items.
Ring in the new year by hitting a hot party and taking the elevator home. It's a great idea--and a safe one too. Happy New Year!
McKinney Independent School District has three high schools and is home to more than 23,000 students.
The Dallas Independent School District is the second largest school district in Texas after Houston ISD and the twelfth largest in the nation with over 158,000 students. It serves the cities of Dallas, Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Desoto, Duncanville, Ferris, Garland, Grand Prairie, Hutchins, Lancaster, Mesquite, Seagoville, and Wilmer with 22 High Schools, nine Magnet High Schools, seven Alternative School Programs, 32 middle schools, and 155 elementary schools.