>Dallas is one of the flashiest, biggest, most complex cities of the American South. The poet David Berman asks: “How’d you turn a billion steers, into building made of mirrors?” The answer, of course, is that Dallas has been a economic powerhouse for the past hundred years. What started with stockyards has been carried on by the concentration of telecommunications giants in Dallas’ Telecom Corridor, airlines like American Airlines, and energy companies like Hunt Oil. It’s renowned for oil tycoons and football, but Dallas is also home to pleasant middle-class communities and some of the world’s best BBQ. These neighborhoods have it all.
Downtown Dallas is the city’s cultural heart. Its Arts District encompasses many attractions including the Dallas Museum of Art, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, and the Nasher Sculpture Center. Downtown’s Main Street District has some of the best shopping in the city. The West End Historic District is eminently walkable. Stroll past the redbrick buildings full of restaurants and bars, and visit the JFK Memorial.
Notable Dallas neighborhoods include the trendy Deep Ellum area, where the streets are overflowing with young people out on the town, the sounds of live music can be heard, and art is everywhere thanks to the neighborhood’s colorful murals. Lower Greenville is another East Dallas area with a vibrant community. Swiss Avenue is a district with beautiful historic architecture. South Dallas is home to Fair Park, the recreational complex that holds the massive State Fair of Texas every year. North Dallas is home to the middle-class neighborhoods of the Lake Highlands district. South Dallas is home to the Great Trinity Forest urban park.
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