2016-10-01T11:02:36ZOn a gluten-free diet? Believe it or not, there are some G-F foods that you can enjoy at the State Fair of Texas. Cotton candy is a yes!
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThe Texas Star is a 212.5-foot-tall ferris wheel at Fair Park in Texas. It made its first appearance at the 1985 State Fair of Texas and has run every year since. With 44 gondolas able to seat six people each, up to 264 riders can be on the wheel at once.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThere are some great foods at the State Fair of Texas. Yes, many of them are fried. Here are my top picks.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThe State Fair of Texas offers several different discounts and deals -- some benefit the North Texas Food Bank. You can feel good about saving money and helping a worthy cause at the same time.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZHere are some new things you should try out at the 2014 State Fair of Texas.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZMany DFW businesses offer senior citizen and/or military discounts.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThere are many health fairs and wellness opportunities in DFW.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZIf you don't want to spend time cooking and doing all the dishes yourself, take the family to one of DFW's restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZIf you're unemployed, have no insurance or you're on Medicaid, you can get a free flu shot for yourself or your child in Dallas County.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZFall weather brings lots of outdoor activities for you to enjoy in DFW. Don't miss pumpkin patches, Halloween events, the State Fair of Texas and so much more.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZOctober means fall in Texas. It's time for football, tailgate parties, festivals, concerts, the State Fair of Texas, pleasant temperatures and so much more.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZDFW has some cool festivals going on in October.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThe metroplex has many holiday events that will be fun for the entire family. Take some time out of your hectic schedule to have a little holiday fun.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZHere are some of the greatest Halloween activities for DFW. Don't forget your costume.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZPicking out your own pumpkin to decorate for fall of Halloween is a fun family tradition. DFW pumpkin farms make a great backdrop for taking family photos.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZWhether you're in the mood for a Prime Steak, vegetarian or Diver Sea Scallops, here are some of the best five-star restaurants in DFW.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZDFW has some great stores where you can shop for Halloween costumes. Check out this list of stores that have costumes for every occasion.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZDallas-Fort Worth is a shopping mecca for formal wear, including dresses for prom, formal dances, and quinceaneras.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZFor a really big screen experience, check out an IMAX theatre. The screen is so wide and so high that you will feel you are inside the film, but the size of the image does not diminish the quality. IMAX films come in all varieties, from museum-quality documentaries to the latest Hollywood blockbusters.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThe Great Pumpkin Festival gets bigger and bigger in Dallas. Each year the Arboretum gets a fall makeover with thousands of pumpkins, gourds and beautiful fall flowers.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZThis list gives plenty of suggestions for things to do around the holiday season in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in November and December.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZNeed to plan a kid's birthday party? Unwrap all the details on where to have a great birthday party in Dallas-Fort Worth, including zoos, museums, and more.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZNovember brings cooler temperatures, great events and Thanksgiving.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZDFW has some great Christmas shows, concerts, musicals and performances during the holiday season. Many are perfect for the entire family.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZTaste of the NFL: The Ultimate Cowboys Tailgate Party has moved to its new location -- none other than AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
2016-10-01T11:02:36ZJerry Jones wants you to have a good time tailgating at AT&T Cowboys Stadium -- but there are some rules you must follow.