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Dallas history is rich with mavericks breaking the mold to mine success with big ideas, and on that score the tradition continues. Per capita, Dallas has more restaurants than the so-called Big Apple, serving more than 75 international cuisines, all helping create a cocktail of vibrancy that attracts visitors from all over. Dallas also has a distinct fashion sense, myriad sports teams, eclectic clubs and nightlife, plus world-class art and culture. Each night, well more than 100 live performances unfold amid glimpses of the historic American frontier. The Dallas Arts District, a 60-acre development and the largest urban arts district in the nation, is home to the Dallas Museum of Art, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Nasher Sculpture Center and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. For anyone thinking culture is "lost" on children, May's annual CityArts Celebration in the Dallas Arts District
focuses on fun for the inner-child in everyone with extraordinary multicultural performances. Overall, Dallas is a destination that continues to inspire big thinking while serving as a modern-day frontier for business, fashion, arts and entertainment.
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