On The Town

A Beautiful Morning at the Dallas Arboretum

Enjoy the sights and sounds of summer By Sharon Kurtz | Photos by Sharon Kurtz ~ The Dallas Arboretum is open to welcome the public for the first time since the shutdown due to the Coronavirus. The gardens are spectacular, and it was delightful to enjoy nature in the calm and beauty that this peaceful

Take Out, Delivery, Curbside—Dessert & Fun Food

Craving fun food or dessert treats? Check out some of these eateries offering takeout, delivery or curbside service! By Janie Pace ~ Dallas, Downtown & Greater Dallas • La Tarte Tropezienne, 1604 Main Street. In front of the Joule Dallas Hotel. Scheduled to open in the Spring of 2020. Orders can be placed from 9

Support Dallas Metro Area Restaurants

The Great American Pick Up and Delivery List #2 Compiled by Janie Pace ~ In our first edition of Support Your Dallas Metro Area Restaurants, we presented a large variety of eateries that offer delivery and pick up.  In this our second installment, here are more restaurants who offer pick-up and delivery with services like

Support Dallas Metro Area Restaurants

Compiled by Janie Pace ~ Restaurants have always been a place to celebrate the meaningful times of our life as we enjoy a meal together with family and friends.  North Texas eateries are empty for now, but their kitchens are still preparing delicious meals for you to enjoy at home.  Now it is your chance

Clang Clang Clang Went the McKinney Avenue Trolley

By Sharon Kurtz ~ As I traveled the tracks on the McKinney Avenue Trolley, I couldn’t help but sing Judy Garland’s “The Trolley Song” to myself. Trolleying through Dallas’s vibrant Uptown neighborhood — while hopping on and off at leisure, all along the line —is a great way to spend a day. In 1956, the

An Urban Oasis Amid the Hustle and Bustle of Downtown Dallas

By Fred Mays. Klyde Warren Park is an island of luscious green among the downtown Dallas skyscrapers and concrete freeways. The park is part of a freeway, built on a two-block platform over the Woodall Rogers Expressway. The project began in 2009 cost more than $100 million to build and develop. It opened in 2012.

I was a Judge at the World Food Championships, Taking a Bite Out of Food Sport

By Sharon Kurtz  ~  The World Food Championship is the largest culinary competition on the planet, and it happened right here in Dallas this past October. This multi-day culinary competition showcased some of the world’s finest cooking masters, all of whom competed for recognition, fame, and fortune. The event gives home cooks, experienced chefs, and

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