The TV series Dallas is not the only big-name show to be shot in North Texas. Spanning several decades and numerous genres, many highly debated and discussed scenes were filmed around Dallas, Fort Worth and neighboring cities. These films are some of the best major films bringing attention for more TV and film opportunities to the DFW area. This list will only continue to grow.
A Dallas tour operator is taking flak for what some consider going too far for publicity.
If leaving the airport isn’t a possibility, here is a look at five of the best airports for layovers in America.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the 1969 landing on the moon and the realization of President Kennedy’s dream.
This week rumors surrounded a British songstress, our favorite comedian was feeling better, and a strange man was looking for Katy Perry and JFK.
The Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas has installed a live high definition webcam which allows viewers to see what alleged JFK-assassin Lee Harvey Oswald saw in 1963.
The Sixth Floor Museum in downtown Dallas, dedicated to JFK’s legacy and assassination, has a year of special presentations planned in honor of its 25th year in operation.
As Dallas prepared for a JFK remembrance ceremony last week, the Xs marking the spots were the President was shot vanished. But one of them has mysteriously returned.
Two flags that were displayed by President John F. Kennedy in the Oval Office, and one of his rocking chairs, sold at auction on Saturday night for nearly $513,000.
The skies were grey and so was the mood for the thousands who went to Dealey Plaza Friday. The emotions of the dark day in Dallas returned for some and were felt for the first time by others.
A group of DISD students had an up close look at the ceremony honoring JFK, Friday. Eighth-graders from Kennedy-Curry Middle School wrote essays about the life, legacy and lessons the President left behind.
From around the world, they flocked downtown saying the dreary weather would not keep them away… keep them from marking this dark day in Dallas’ history and indeed the nation’s.