Dallas, Texas

Dallas, Texas

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Top Down"

Founded in 1841, Dallas, Texas has a tradition of entrepreneurs and big business. The first western settler, John Neely Bryan, chose the Dallas area as a spot for a trading post, selling to American Indians and other settlers. Later, farming, ranching, and oil industries swelled the town’s population through the early part of the 20th century.

Today, Dallas is a business capital with an emphasis on banking, communications, technology, health care, and logistics. Two of the world’s most profitable companies, AT&T and Exxon Mobil, are headquartered in the city.

This eScapes scene features a look at the Dallas skyline and views from downtown’s Dealey Plaza. Though best known for its notorious connection to the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy, Dealey Plaza is also home to picturesque historic buildings, such as the Old Red Courthouse, built in 1891 and featured prominently in this video.

Alexander Zonjic has performed on stages around the world as a solo performer, with his own group, and as part of jazz great Bob James’ band. An accomplished jazz flutist, Zonjic has performed worldwide and at major classical and jazz festivals throughout North America, including critically acclaimed appearances at Carnegie Hall and New York’s Apollo Theater. Alexander Zonjic can also be heard as a daytime host on the eScapes Television Network.

Links

Visit Dallas: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau
City of Dallas, Texas
Dallas Morning News
Alexander Zonjic Official Site


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