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Texas Museum of Automotive History. Inside Fair Park at Gate # 5. For more information visit tmah.org.
Tomatoes are all kinds of awesome. The magical fruit, which mistakenly poses as a vegetable from time to time, comes in as many varieties as it has...
When it comes to a good experience, three little words can make all the difference: “the second annual.” That phrase can mean no bullshit, fewer kinks, more awesomeness and, in the case of the Big Texas Beer Fest, more stomach padding than last... More »
The good people of Dallas hear the words “Irish” and “celebration” and instantly think of passing out in a pile of green beads. Ah, the parade. Of course, there is every reason to love our St. Patrick’s Day festivities, but very little of it has... More »
What’s it going to take to get you to the Chinese Lantern Festival? You’ve seen people rushing in and out of it looking simply thrilled. You’ve looked through photo posts on the Observer arts blog, The Mixmaster, that explain, in great detail,... More »
It’s finally here! The State Fair of Texas is in full swing, which means it’s time to remember that Fair Park exists and give Big Tex a massive bear hug (assuming someone pressure-washed him since last year.) Visit all of your favorite places,... More »
Just one week after California-based party promotion company Insomniac made its Electric Daisy Carnival debut in Texas with a well-attended (some 11,000 purchased tickets), gorgeously presented (the art installations around the fest's Fair Park offering were enough to make even the drug-free trip out), city of Dallas-backed offering, all hell broke out at the fest's Southern California version, which has a 17-year history. More than 200 left the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum-hosted festival... More »
Dallas boasts many fine man-made bodies of water--but only one of them starts dancing when the beef song comes on. Purists will insist it's "Hoe-down," from Aaron Copland's "Rodeo" suite, just one of the handful of Texas-themed songs that accompany the dancing water by Fair Park's Hall of State. The new fountains in the 700-foot pool, designed by the folks who did the Bellagio's fountains in Las Vegas, were part of a $12 million renovation that also added two giant statues that... More »
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