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  • State Fair of Texas

    State Fair of Texas

    3921 Martin Luther King Jr Bl Dallas, TX 75210
    972-263-8374

    http://www.bigtex.com Three million visitors flock to Fair Park every year to take in the sights and sounds of the legendary State Fair of Texas. Kicking off the last Friday in September and lasting for 24 days, the fair, which has been a Texas tradition since 1886, features such wonders as an auto show, a gondola called the Texas Skyway, the largest Ferris wheel in North America, pig races, a petting zoo, livestock competitions, and most important, a helluva lot of fried food. Fletcher’s famous corn dogs are a mainstay, but every year brings new creations. Some are tasty, like fried jambalaya and fried butter, and some are horrifying, like fried bubblegum. All are guaranteed to send some more business your cardiologist's way. 2012 will be remembered as the year Big Tex, the 52-foot-tall mascot of the fair, went up in flames (Dickies and all) after an electric fire sparked in his right cowboy boot. More >>

  • Strait Street Christian Club

    1305 S. State Highway 121 Ste. 430A Lewisville, TX 75067
    972-219-8700

    http://www.straitstreetlewisville.com

  • Strawberry Fields

    2310 W. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-382-2323

    http://www.strawberryfields.biz If you've ever wanted to hear some loud, abrasive hardcore and buy a book about weed at the same time, Strawberry Fields is your place. Or at least, it WAS your place. The store will be moving to a spot adjacent to Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios this summer, whereupon it will expand its merchandise but, alas, no longer hold shows. More >>

  • Strokers Ice House

    Strokers Ice House

    9324 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75235
    214-351-5252

    http://www.strokersdallas.com/icehouse/ Rick Fairless owns Stroker's Ice House, but it's his 71-year-old, profanity-spewing mother that manages the self-proclaimed "biggest, baddest biker bar in Dallas." Featured on the reality show Ma's Roadhouse, the stuffed critter-head and biker-babe covered walls enclose a venue born for classic rock, poker tournaments and wet T-shirt contests. This all fueled by the only beer on draft, Miller Lite. Though other beer and liquor selections are available, the bar's "when it rains we pour" policy makes dollar drafts hard to turn down in gloomy weather. Also available: a tattoo parlor and bike shop complete with bikini bike-wash girls. More >>

  • Sue Ellen

    Sue Ellen's

    3014 Throckmorton Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-559-0707

    http://www.caven.com Sue Ellen’s has been a staple in Dallas’ gay and lesbian nightlife since 1989. In 2008, it relocated to Throckmorton Road, where it neighbors many of the city’s most popular gay and lesbian clubs. Advertised as a predominantly lesbian bar, the new two-story building hosts live bands throughout the week, karaoke on Mondays and a large disco ball suspending over the club’s spacious dance floor. Sundays are the bar’s mellowest night, when people gather to play skeeball, pool and darts, or hang out in the bar’s gated patio out front. More >>

  • Sushi Rock

    1861 N. Central Expressway Plano, TX 75075-6971
    972-633-5387

    http://www.sushirock.com

  • Switch Creative Group

    2705 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-999-9330

    http://www.groupswitch.com

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