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Richardson, TX 75082
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United Cab Service
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Just For FunJust For Fun

Get out and play on the water, thanks to the watercraft rentals at Just For Fun. Whether you're looking for a 100-passenger party boat with a water slide, a jet ski, a ski boat or pontoon, the folks at Just For Fun will hook you up with everything in the realm of water recreation.

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Dallas Video FestDallas Video Fest

Screen cutting edge films, videos and documentaries at the annual four-day Dallas VideoFest every Fall at several venues. Open to professional and non-professional filmmakers. The festival specializes in independent, alternative, and non-commercial media, presenting hard-to-find works rarely seen on television, in movie theaters, or elsewhere.

 
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Frontiers of Flight MuseumFrontiers of Flight Museum

Take off on an exhilarating tour of aviation history at the Frontiers of Flight Museum where you will walk through a thrilling time-line of aviation history, starting from the time of the early pioneers 1920s during the "Golden Age of Flight" and progressing to the jet and rocket age of today. Founded in 1988, the museum was created in honor of legendary aviation historian George E. Haddaway, and also honors the pivotal role of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, known as the Aviation Capital of the World. Displays include a World War I biplane, models, uniforms, decorations, engines and propellers, the largest unburned piece from the "Hindenburg" tragedy in 1937, and more than 200 models representing nations involved in World War II. The museum chronicles the advent of the P-51 "Mustang" aircraft, which reached speeds of 450 mph. Less than 15 years later, the military produced the SR-71 "Blackbird," which cruised at a cool 2,100 mph.

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