• The second largest city in Texas, San Antonio is steeped in history and embraces its Mexican roots. Located just on the edge of scenic Texas Hill Country, living in San Antonio means enjoying natural…   Read the Article

  • Love is in the air! Whether you're single or in a relationship, an outdoor enthusiast or domestic guru, enjoy quiet walks on the beach or late-night dancing downtown, the city you live in…   Read the Article

  • Population: 1.2 million USDA Hardiness Zone: 8 Major Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Companies With a Major Presence: Kimberly-Clark Corp., J.C. Penney Co., Exxon Mobil Corp.,…   Read the Article

  • Uptown Located immediately north of downtown Dallas and west of North Central Expressway, this fashionable neighborhood is teeming with young professionals and empty-nesters looking for an urban…   Read the Article

  • Dallas Essentials

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    Food and Drink Essentials BEST PLACE TO BUY GROCERIES Central Market 5750 E. Lovers Lane, plus additional locations around the Metroplex. With its impressive produce section, extensive…   Read the Article

  • GEOGRAPHY Metroplex: Term trademarked by the North Texas Commission in 1972 to distinguish the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area from the Texas Panhandle -- located in the Lone Star State's…   Read the Article

  • Locals often boast first about Dallas as a great place to work and make money. Dallas is certainly a dynamic business town, but it also has a lot to offer visitors, whether you're interested in the…   Read the Article

  • Mention to someone outside Texas that you're from Dallas, and chances are you'll hear about connecting at the massive Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the Dallas Cowboys or J.R. Ewing. The…   Read the Article

  • Population: 900,000 USDA Hardiness Zone: 10 Major Airport: Mineta San Jose International Airport Major employers: Cisco Systems, IBM, San Jose State University, eBay, Hitachi, Adobe Systems.…   Read the Article

  • Willow Glen It’s hard to resist the charms of Willow Glen, which somehow manages to feel like a cozy little town despite its commute-friendly location just south of downtown San Jose. Tree-lined…   Read the Article