11/22/1963 in Dallas

It's been over fifty years since JFK's motorcade took that fateful route in our city's downtown. But had you been here only a month ago, you would have thought you had travelled back in time. The streets were cleared, modern signs were nowhere to be seen, and people were dressed in the clothes of yore. Of course, the … Continue reading 11/22/1963 in Dallas

Dallas, 51 Years After JFK

It's November 22nd. I've been sitting by the window in my living room. The blinds are open and I can see a few drops of rain accumulating in the corner of only one of the panes. I've been observing the gloomy overcast clouds that swirl around the city. Considering this day in history, the weather … Continue reading Dallas, 51 Years After JFK

Michael Sitarzewski and I Discussed Dallas, Tech, & Coffee

If it weren't for sharing my blog posts on Twitter, I'm not sure how I would have initially come across Michael Sitarzewski, but I'm almost positive it would have happened eventually. Though he's only been back in Texas for a little under a year now, he's been making an impact in the local tech community, … Continue reading Michael Sitarzewski and I Discussed Dallas, Tech, & Coffee

Tear Down 345? How About No

"How are you guys going to get there?" My friend Daniel asked me a couple of weeks ago when Katrina and I were heading out to a concert downtown.  "I think we are just going to walk and then maybe Uber back home," I replied.  "Are you sure that's safe?" Was his response.  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I've … Continue reading Tear Down 345? How About No