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    Southlandia: Dallas Arboretum

    In the star of Texas, should-be cowboys wear business suits and rustle up reams instead of livestock. It’s a bustling metropolis that barely sleeps or pauses for a single breath. Tap. Tap.…

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    Pocket Guide to Little Elm TX

    You’ve probably never heard of Little Elm. It’s one of those places that floats passively in oblivion, dwarfed by its big city neighbour (ahhh, Dallas. I love you so). The population…

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    The Most Interactive Museum in Texas

    Somewhere along the history of time, someone conjured up the idea that hands-on museums should only be reserved for children. After all, only children want to touch and feel exhibits and…

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    Guide to Dallas Arts District

    We stand on the base of the curb. Around us, there are paper-thin buildings that shoot upwards. A few cars are locked parallel to sets of white lines across the road.…

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    Quick Guide to Amarillo

    You’ve probably heard of Route 66. How can you not have? The road, an asphalt version of Anna Nicole Smith, has even had it’s own TV show. Route 66 is often…

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    The Picture of Palo Duro Canyon

    We are in the midst of farmlands. Tall, thin strands of Indian grass mesh together in a flat blanket expanse. There is an occasional structure, but a ramshackle of one. The…

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    Foodie’s Guide to Amarillo

    If there is one thing I remember about Amarillo, it is the food. Goodness, I have never had so much Chicken Fried Steak in my entire life. Personally, I don’t think…

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    4 Offbeat Things to Do in Amarillo

    Okay, I’ll admit this much. I first imagined Amarillo to be a small town. Somehow, the name, for me, had conjured an image of a sleepy hamlet void of off-the-wall roadside…