Klyde Warren Park
Dallas residents and Texans from across the metroplex celebrated the first day of spring at Klyde Warren Park Saturday.
Blessed with beautiful, sunny weather for much of the year, DFW has a reputation to live up to in providing parks filled with entertainment for the eyes and the sense of adventure.
These attractions in Dallas-Fort Worth are family-friendly alternatives to the Super Bowl. These are all-ages attractions and accommodations so that the non-football fans can still have a great time.
With the coldest cold North Texans have experienced in three years, Monday’s freezing weather was especially hard on youngsters who wanted to be outside.
What a difference a day makes. Temperatures in parts of DFW on Wednesday reached 80 degrees. But by Thursday morning, temperatures had dipped down into the 30s.
Lucky for those passing through, Dallas and Fort Worth don’t stop for the holidays; these cities have action, excitement and plenty of options for holiday travelers.
Fall weather in Dallas-Fort Worth means cooler temperatures and more family fun. Consider taking the kids to these free fall festivals that are easy on the budget but great on fun.
Klyde Warren Park is getting a boost with programs designed to help people stay active outdoors, thanks to a new sponsorship with health service company Cigna.
A ride-the-rails method to get around the Uptown Neighborhood in Dallas has been suspended during upgrades to the old-style trolley system.
When it comes to live performances, Dallas offers some of the best. With opera, concerts and ballet, one need not break the bank to view the arts. Here is a list of some of the best shows to see this fall on a budget.
Kick off the 4th of July this weekend for FREE!
The park and the Arts District have agreed on a partnership and a way to split revenue from a new property tax for a Public Improvement District, or PID. Park users think it’s necessary to retain the park’s attractiveness.