Dallas and Fort Worth are not known as “walking cities,” but they are steeped with historical areas that are fun to explore. So, lace up your walking shoes and check out these places.
Check out some of the oldest and creepiest sites the south has to offer.
Little-known works by the younger sister of famed artist Georgia O’Keeffe will take center stage at an exhibit that will debut at the Dallas Museum of Art in 2017 before going on tour.
Finding the perfect gift for a recent graduate, be it from college or high school, can be tricky. Why not give a little advice mixed with life lessons, with one of these books.
The Dallas Museum of Art is putting the first item from a rarely-shown Islamic art collection on display. The carved crystal ewer will go on display beginning on Tuesday.
Dinner and a movie can be passé. Now, there are many options for those who enjoy the cultural enrichment of museums. Here is a list of the best DFW museums to take your date.
Rarely exhibited Spanish drawings have traveled from a German museum to Dallas for a showing. The exhibit opens on Sunday at the Meadows Museum at SMU.
In a world of computers, tablets and phones, reading a book by turning the pages might seem like a lost art. But there are still places where one can find excellent children’s books.
The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth is putting its newly acquired landscape by Dutch artist Jacob van Ruisdael on display.
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
The 34th annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival returns to North Texas, running every weekend through Memorial Day. Check out some of the things you can see at the event.
Plano may be known as a great city in which to live and work, but city hall also wants it to be a great place to play.