About Steven Lindsey

Steven Lindsey is a Dallas editor, freelance writer and obsessed lover of travel, food and cocktails. Steven is editor of the Zagat blog in Dallas and Contributing Editor of He Said Magazine's USA and Dallas editions. Additionally, he regularly contributes to The Dallas Morning News special sections.

A beginner’s Houston guide

Everything’s bigger in Texas. And that can be said exponentially about Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States and a metropolis that blends international cultures with southern charm and hospitality. Founded in 1836, there’s a nice mixture of history and modern approaches to … Continue reading

On business in Dallas

Life’s too short for business travel that doesn’t include a few extracurricular activities. Fortunately for anyone visiting Dallas, there are practically limitless options for dining, nightlife and culture. And travellers the world over consider Big D to be one of the top shopping destinations on … Continue reading

Beyond Dallas: saddle up in Fort Worth

Just half an hour outside of Dallas, Fort Worth is the perfect day-trip destination for those after a taste of authentic Texan culture. Though it’s no less sophisticated or cosmopolitan than Dallas, Fort Worth is a city that has wholeheartedly embraced its cowboy heritage, attracting … Continue reading

Discovering the Dallas Arts District

It may sound cliché, but many things really are bigger in Texas. And that’s particularly true for the Dallas Arts District, the largest contiguous urban arts district in the United States, spanning 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks. Featuring high-culture venues for performing and visual arts, historic … Continue reading

Houston: Home of NASA

Until Virgin Galactic launches into the cosmos on its first scheduled flight next year, one of the best immersive experiences for outer space enthusiasts is Space Center Houston, home of NASA and multiple exhibits featuring artifacts from the earliest space missions to current explorations. Apollo 17: … Continue reading