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CONSPIRACY MUSEUM
110 S Market St, Dallas, TX 75202 · 214-741-3040
DOWNTOWN. Have you ever wondered why Abe Lincoln and John F. Kennedy were assassinated? Are you a closet political sleuth? If so, a visit to the Conspiracy Museum is certain to excite you. The museum offers an historical account from 1789 to 1940, and chronicles incidents like the deaths of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy. Located on the ground floor of the Katy Building across from the JFK Memorial, the museum also delves into additional mysterious cover-ups from 1835 to the present.

AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM
3536 Grand Ave, Dallas, TX 75210 · 214-565-9026
FAIR PARK. With exhibits like "Face of the Rising Sun," an African American expression in decorative arts, a visit to Dallas's African American Museum is truly an adventure. The multimillion-dollar museum, one of Fair Park’s newer complexes, is built in the shape of a cross. Exhibits highlight the lives of African Americans through historical and cultural representations. The museum features rotating exhibits and also houses the largest collection of folk art in the US. Collections include African Art, African American Fine Art, the Billy R. Allen Folk Art Collection, and the Historical Collection and Archives.

DALLAS FIREFIGHTER'S MUSEUM
3801 Parry Ave, Dallas, TX 75226 · 214-821-1500
FAIR PARK. From 1882 horse-drawn steam pumps to modern motor-powered equipment, a stroll through the Dallas Firefighters Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into history. The museum houses valuable firefighting equipment and chronicles the history of battling blazes. Located in a 1907 fire station, it makes a nice afternoon stop and also provides a number of souvenirs for purchase.

DALLAS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
3535 Grand Ave, Dallas, TX 75210-1006 · 214-421-3466
FAIR PARK. With a professional staff that ranges from archaeologists and paleontologists to geologists and anthropologists, the Dallas Museum of Natural History provides fascinating exhibits. Located in Fair Park, the museum features natural exhibits from Texas and its adjacent geographical areas. The museum boasts 280,000 specimens, including the world's largest exhibition of Texas wildlife habitats and the Texas Tenontosaur, a prehistoric sea turtle. The museum has 40,000 school children participating in their formal educational programs annually.

THE DALLAS CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
2801Swiss Ave, Dallas, TX 75204 · 214-821-2522
DEEP ELLUM. This local co-op provides a great venue to examine artwork true to Texas and Dallas. The Dallas Visual Art Center, a nonprofit organization, serves as a meeting ground for over 300 visual artists. In addition to displaying co-op artwork, the center also features special events, lectures and studio tours, and is home to a diverse group of artists.

500X GALLERY
500 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226 · 214-828-1111
This non-profit gallery showcases temporary exhibits by new and upcoming artists. Housed in a former warehouse, the gallery sponsors an annual exhibition of local and regional artists whose works, in a variety of mediums, range from the conservative to the possibly outrageous! The gallery brings in a well-balanced mix of artistic styles.

PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND
3115 Routh St, Dallas, TX 75201 · 214-969-1852
UPTOWN. Say cheese! Well, you won't get your picture taken here, but you will get to see plenty of photographs. This gallery displays 20th century photography in temporary exhibits. All photographs are for sale, and the gallery has a specialized photo search program for those hard-to-find photographs. Displays include shots by many famous names, including Jack Delano, Walter Rosenblum and Shelby Lee Adams.

EUROPEAN ART GALLERY
3012 Fairmount St, Ste 100, Churchill Glen, Dallas, TX 75252 · 972-612-2806
This gallery has over 400 paintings from more than 240 different artists, making it one of the finest collections of European oil paintings in the US. Prices range from $5,000 to over $1,000,000. Collectors focusing on skill, technique, and recognizable quality in 19th and 20th century traditional European oil paintings will appreciate the affordability of this type of art. From landscapes to marine scenes, from genre paintings to portraits, European Art Gallery has something for any discerning art lover.

SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL OF DALLAS
5808 E Grand Ave, Samuell-Grand Park, Dallas, TX 75223 · 214-559-2778
EAST DALLAS. The second oldest non-profit Shakespeare festival in the USA is held from mid-June to the end of July at Samuell-Grand Park in east Dallas. One performance of each of the two plays selected for the festival can be seen daily (except Monday) in an outdoor setting. Bring your own picnic and enjoy the show.

SOUTHWESTERN BELL COTTON BOWL CLASSIC
3750 Midway Plaza Blvd, Fair Park, Dallas, TX 75210 · 214-634-7525
FAIR PARK. Since its commencement in 1937, this annual New Year's Day pig skin classic has been exciting college football fans with its lively festivities. Held at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Fair Park east of downtown Dallas, the football game pits teams from the Big 12, Pacific 10 and Western Athletic Conferences against each other. Attendance at the game tops 70,000 people.

GREEK FOOD FESTIVAL
13555 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas, TX 75240 · 972-991-1166
NORTH DALLAS. Head over to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church to sample authentic Greek goodies like baklava and to dance the night away to Greek music. Come by, tour the lovely facilities, and join the fun at this lively Greek festival. People have been doing this for 46 years! Held annually in late September. Located off of 635.

BALCONY CLUB
1825 Abrams Pkwy, Ste B, Dallas, TX 75214 · 214-826-8104
LAKEWOOD. Time to wind down after a night on the town? With live jazz music in the background and a romantic, intimate ambience, this is a great place to stop in on your way home after a night of partying. Try any of their nightcap drinks as you converse with the friendly patrons, a unique mix of people including young and old, professionals and hard drinkers. Full bar with nice selection of single malt scotches. You can wear your best duds or go casual.

COOL RIVER CAFE
1045 Hidden Ridge Rd, Irving, TX 75038 · 972-871-8881
IRVING. Spacious and elegant, this upscale establishment has become one of the area's most popular destinations for dinner and drinks. Refined Western decor distinguishes all its venues, which range from restaurant to bar to billiards room. Cuisine relies heavily on steaks and chops but also includes salmon, Australian lobster tail, and luscious desserts. A variety of bands play blues, R&B, jazz, pop, and funk Thursday through Saturday, and the lounge offers aromatic cigars and a fine selection of cognacs. The well-stocked bar serves up great martinis, along with alcohol of all varieties, and large-screen TVs guarantee that all the big games and events are easily viewed. Ideal for a whole evening of fun and leisure.

MILKBAR
2001 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206 · 214-874-0101
LOWER GREENVILLE. Patrons say the coolest thing about this bar is the rooftop patio. Overlooking raucous Greenville Avenue, it's outfitted with potted plants, ottomans, and an eerie stone fountain. Inside, the place pulsates to trance-like house and techno beats. Even though the hotspot lacks a dancing license, the young, trendy clientele, decked out in outrageous duds, rarely fails to show off the latest dance moves. On all three levels of the cavernous Milkbar, you'll find scenes reminiscent of “A Clockwork Orange”: fur booths, zebra-striped walls, and mannequins with missing parts. Grab a drink – perhaps a milk-plus, o my brother – at one of the three bars scattered throughout the club.


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