What’s Happening Right NOW
Join Just Me in Big D and Fun City Stuff for a special group demo on Milo!
One of America’s first autonomous vehicle shuttle programs in the US, the Milo vehicles are electric-powered, driverless shuttles leased from France. The low-speed shuttles run on off-street paths in the Arlington entertainment district. The successful pilot program is coming to an end in August, and I want you to have a chance to ride it. (I did, and it’s really exciting!)
Demo rides will be held on Monday, July 30th at 6PM, 6:20 PM, and 6:40 PM. Use this link to sign up for your FREE demo ride on Milo!
DFW Participating Restaurants Have Been Announced
It’s that time of year – the time for eating steak while supporting local restaurants and amassing large donations for local charities! Check out all the participating restaurants and make your reservations.
Stay tuned for my experience guide for first-timers to the DFW Restaurant Week activities on FunCityStuff.com. I’ll also have blog posts to share with you – like Great Lunches to Enjoy During DFW Restaurant Week and more. Bookmark this page or visit again soon to keep up with the latest in Big D and all around DFW.
Howdy, Welcome to Dallas
There are a few Dallas thngs I’m a little obsessed with, starting with Pegasus and Old Red. I love iconic Dallas things, and look forward to sharing stories about them here.
I call myself a barely boomer because I was born at the tail end of the baby boom. To be more specific, I was born in November 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Maybe that’s why I’ve loved nostalgia since I was young. To me, the history of a place is as important as anything else. I always share tidbits about Dallas and DFW history in my stories – look for more of those in the future.
where to find me
In Big D
I was born in Dallas and have lived in the DFW “metroplex” most of my life. I love Dallas and its suburbs. I’ll be posting about places of interest in Dallas “proper” and the surrounding areas.
Around Denton County
Right now, I live in Denton County. On my Instagram and Facebook, you’ll see lots of places in Denton, Corinth, Flower Mound, and Lewisville. I’m sure I’ll be in Dallas again before too long, but I have to say, Denton county has its charms!