This week, the latest music documentary -- One Direction: This is Us -- hits theaters. Director Morgan Spurlock spent three months on tour with the guys, whirling from Japan to Norway to Mexico, but doesn't seem to have asked them a single question besides, "How does it feel to be really, really popular?" Instead, he lumps them together like a box of chicken nuggets.
As an antidote, we present this collection of 35 music documentaries that are worth seeing.
Friday night's local blog-curated extravaganza at the Granada Theater saw sets from Booty Fade, Empress Of, Hearts, Blue Hawaii, and headliner Danny Brown. We sent photographer Zara Walsh along to capture the action.
The best way to remind the world that boobies are wonderful and need protecting is to shake them in the faces of all you meet. Or that's the gist of the Lollie Bombs method, seen here performed at their annual ode to cancer research,as captured by photographer Ed Steele. Ladies, we salute you!
Dallas' own Meat Fight is fast becoming one of the city's must-do events. The Observer's own Alice Laussade and some of the most famous chefs in Dallas spent the day at Four Corners Brewing Co. shooting promotional photos for this year's Meat Fight, on November 17th. We sent photographer...
Tend Headquarters held the official after party for the America's Most Wanted concert at the West End Events Center featuring performances by singer Bean, Chanel West Coast and drummer Keith Reber. We sent photographer Roderick Pullum to capture all the best scenes.
We sent photographer Mike Brooks to capture the scene in Victory Plaza as Dallas gathered to pay tribute to the memory of radio DJ Kidd Kraddick. Guests included Ben Folds.
You can read our report on the event here -- DC9 At Night