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The Hamburger Stand with the Revolving Top -- 1930

Dallas Morning News, Dec. 1, 1930

by Paula Bosse

I’m not really sure what these “sandwich stands” were called, but The Dallas Morning News calls this a “Rice Revolving Roof stand.” By December, 1930, there were five of these interesting-looking things in Dallas. 324 more words

Historic Dallas

Getting to know Boise

When I’m not out traveling the globe I’m trying to have adventures close to home. There are so many things I have yet to do in my city, my state and the surrounding states. 419 more words


September 12, 2014 - Saltwater House Seafood and Grille

Two lane roads and people driving 15 miles under the speed limit caused us to have to find a quick place to eat.  We pulled into Saltwater House Seafood and Grille and were told that they could get us in and out quickly if we ordered fried food instead of grilled food . 93 more words


Non stop everything

Hi all,

Just a quick weekend review and a little about today!

This weekend I went out to lunch with my family, My mom and I always order Nachos and sweet potato fries when we go to Sweet waters (a fantastic restaurant in Burlington!) 192 more words

Another busy weekend

Saturday evening we went to the final of our five TIFF films, What We Do In The Shadows. Julian had booked a ticket too so we all went for dinner at Lisa Marie’s on Queen Street West. 807 more words



I am originally from NYC. I was raised in the city and always loved the city life. There’s always something to do. Sarasota is a smaller city compared to NYC but it’s a small bit of home that I can go to daily. 143 more words


Vinoteca (U Street)

I had been dying to try Vinoteca for brunch for one main reason: pitchers of Kir Royal, a delicious concoction of champagne and creme de cassis (as opposed to its more common cousin, Kir, which is made with white wine instead of champagne). 507 more words