This year's cafe bikes vs. Italian Scooters began Friday (April 1) with a night ride through through downtown, Stopped at Lee Harvey's on Saturday (April 2) for a band lineup that included The Dangits, Mack Stevens and the Mumbles. Look out for more photos in our forthcoming part two slideshow, and check out more behind the music and arts of the fest on DC9 at Night
Read more in this week's cover story: Rangers to Repeat: History Suggests Odds Are Long. The Texas Rangers kicked off opening day with a win against the Boston Red Sox (9-5). Ex-Rangers Jeff Burroughs and Charlie Hough, as well as President Bush were in attendance. Photos by Mike Mezeul
The DIFF opened in the Arts District in Dallas on March 31, 2011. As Robert Wilonsky wrote, Ann Margaret was given the Dallas Star Award, as well as Liener Temerlin. Read more on Opening Night, and keep up with the festival on Unfair Park: Ann-Margret to Be Feted by Dallas International Film...
Today's night moves features DJ Flip Millionz, who spun at Industry Wednesday (March 31) at Manhattan in Dallas. Following Manhattan, our photographer Roderick Pullum found Latin Wednesdays at club Shade with Neno, Rony & guest DJ Nick Le Shade. All photos by Roderick Pullum
Who are these hipsters we see each day in the streets, on our Tumblr feeds, and on the local news? And why are so many in bands? It's not the mere existence of hipster groups that distresses us -- some of our best friends are hipsters, after all -- it's their lemming-like tendency to, if you'll...
A Bret Michaels Concert awaited runners on at the beer garden at Fair Park on Sun., March 27 for the Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon--where 14,041 participants made a 13.1 mile run. All photos by Mike Mezeul.
You may have read on Unfair Park: Assassination City Roller Derby Skates to Its New Home: The Fair Park Coliseum
If you're unfamiliar--ACRD is the only women's flat track roller derby league in Dallas. All photos by Danny Hurley.
A packed crowd at Kismet Lounge Thursday, March 24 for "Sexy International" Thursdays at the Greenville lounge. DJ Rick, DJ K-TO, and DJ Ali brought the noise at the Partysocial event. All photos by Roderick Pullum.
The sad news came late Friday night: Adam Carter of Spector 45 died. On Wednesday night, March 23, friends and family gathered to pay their respects at La Grange, followed by a memorial concert at The Bone. Acts like The Marfalites, Jes Spires/Justin Kipker and Ten Can Riot played the...