Dallas offers BBQ, Tex-Mex, JFK centennial history as well as craft beer

The Dallas skyline as seen from Dealey Plaza, the infamous site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. (Eric Althoff/The Washington Times)

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Since everything is bigger in Texas, perhaps it’s little wonder Dallas residents call their hometown “the Big D.” The Lone Star State’s third-largest city by population has seen history both glorious and ignominious since John Neely Bryan hammered down stakes on a small plot of land along the Trinity River in 1841 in the then-Republic…