Dallas Articles

Disaster Tourism

by Jerry Soverinsky. Posted Jan 24th 2011 01:32 PM
Disaster Tourism

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Some may find it gruesome, but so-called disaster tourism is on the rise, giving travelers first-person access to the locations of the world's most horrific crimes, catastrophes and calamities. These sites offer insights into human tragedies and disasters that move far beyond what one can glean from a magazine feature or a cable television mini-series. While some sites are decades removed from their associated atrocities, for others the memory of human suffering has barely waned from the headlines.
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What to Do in Dallas When You're Not at the Super Bowl

by Aefa Mulholland. Posted Jan 24th 2011 01:23 PM
What to Do in Dallas When You're Not at the Superbowl

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Now that the matter of who is playing in this year's Super Bowl is settled, it's time to talk about what to do in Dallas when you aren't watching the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Green Bay Packers on February 6.
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Unusual Minibar Items

by Gary McKechnie. Posted Oct 31st 2010 08:50 AM

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You may have noticed some strange items in your minibar next to the overpriced candy, peanuts, and soda.
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Happy Hour in Dallas

by Benjamin Williams. Posted Oct 12th 2010 04:40 PM
Happy Hour Dallas

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If you expect the third largest city in Texas to offer an equally as large and in-charge dining and bar scene, you're right on the money (and a lot of it, at that). For those seeking an inexpensive avenue for exploring Dallas dining, the answer is happy hour. In Dallas, you'll find fantastic specials featuring unique Dallas cocktails and tasty edibles you'd usually trade for quite the pretty penny. Plan to stop by the following local favorites for a few hours mid-evening, and you'll leave with a happy belly and a happy wallet.
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Dallas Mythbusters

by Cindy Pierce. Posted Oct 11th 2010 04:15 PM
Dallas Mythbusters

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Every city has its share of urban legends. Dallas, Texas, is cloaked in lore from one end of the spectrum to the other – from conspiracy theories surrounding the devastating assassination of President John F. Kennedy to the almost absurd controversy of a Neiman Marcus cookie recipe. As you can see, Dallas mythbusters abound.
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