Did you know a massive and powerful tornado hit McKinney, Texas at 3:03 PM on May 3, 1948? It caused widespread destruction across the south and southeast section of town, killed 3 people, injured 43, left 700 homeless and produced over 2 million dollars worth of damage.
And while I won’t generally write articles on chain restaurants, I’m glad to make an exception when other chain sports bars in McKinney boast half the flat screens.
Because, guys, even though we like us some wings and beer — it’s still about the game, right?
Thursday, Oct 31st • 8:00 pm
Open Mic Night with Mark Sena (Happy Halloween!)
Friday, Nov 1st • 9:00 pm
Jason Cloud Band
Saturday, Nov 2nd • 9:00 pm
Maylee Thomas Band
Tuesday, Nov 3rd • 7:30 pm
Singer Song Writer Night featuring Zane Williams
I’ve lived in McKinney for 14 years, and I’m always amazed at how many of my local peeps never venture much beyond the city limits. While the constant onslaught of DFW events might occasionally get you on the highway headed south, Texas is waiting for you. It’s big — and has a lot to offer.
Here’s a short list of web-based resources to get you started:
A great way to help the Samaritan Inn’s homeless cause is by supporting their McKinney thrift store: The INN Style Resale Store. The purple building on 103 E. University Drive, formerly known as Friends of the Inn.
The resale store is a small part of the Samaritan Inn’s annual income strategy, but an important one — and needs your help to challenge the ever increasing needs of the Inn.
Castello DaVarg designs and crafts genuine leather articles like iPhone and iPad cases and covers and wallets — right here in McKinney, TX.
Conversation with Emy Varghese.
Q: What does Castello DaVarg do?
Emy: Castello DaVarg designs and crafts genuine leather articles. Every article is designed and handcrafted in Texas. We use only top grain leather sourced from US tanneries and handcraft each item with saddle stitching. Our articles get better with wear and will last a lifetime, if not more.