The pocket that lies just east of Central Expressway moves at a different speed than the rest of Dallas. And by many accounts, Deep Ellum always has.
Since opening in 2009, the colossal Cowboys Stadium in Arlington has played host to many events, in addition to its regular duties as home the Dallas Cowboys.
One of the best sounding large indoor venues in DFW, Verizon Theatre does not have a bad seat in the house. All seats have a clear view of the stage and two large screens frame […]
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has been the home for the Texas Rangers since April 1, 1994. The open-air ballpark seats nearly 50,000 fans.
Here are the little things people don’t tell you but would be really nice to know when going to the theater.
Located 20 minutes north of downtown Dallas, Pizza Hut Park is the home of the Major League Soccer team FC Dallas. It also serves as an outdoor concert venue and a high school sports stadium.
Texas Motor Speedway likes to boast that twice each year, it brings a Super Bowl-size crowd to Fort Worth. Here’s your guide to the biggest sports facility in the metro area.
The American Airlines Center is home to the Dallas Mavericks NBA team and the Dallas Stars NHL team. It’s located in Victory Park, just on the northern edge of downtown Dallas.
If you have ever wanted to pretend to be Jerry Moss and walk among the race horses, Grand Prairie’s Lone Star Park may not offer a run for the roses, but it will give you a run for your money.
In the mood for a show? Here are some of the best concert halls and theaters in North Texas, offering everything from phenomenal acoustics to stunning architecture.
It can take a lifetime to explore all that North Texas has to offer both residents and visitors, but three days can still give you a taste of the spice and charm of the Metroplex.