The Stars' season is building towards a playoff-chasing crescendo, so we thought we'd spend the night with them as they took on the Nashville Predators, powering their way to an eventual shoot-out victory. Mike Mezeul was there, biting his fingernails and taking photos.
On April 5th, the Texas Motorplex played host to a bull run and a giant tomato fight, because of course it did. Why wouldn't it? Mike Brooks, the bravest little photographer there ever was, put himself in harm's way for the sake of photographs.
White Denim played the Granada on Friday night, and only cool people were allowed to attend. That seems like a bad policy, but it's definitely working for the Granada. RHOMBI SURVIVOR was the only one of us cool enough to be allowed in.
The biggest local beer festival of them all, the Big Texas Beer Fest, hit Fair Park over the weekend, and we were there to drink alongside all the other hardy souls that braved the not-ideal conditions. RHOMBI SURVIVOR was our man.
Sure, the weather wasn't ideal, but how often do you get to go to a free Bruce Springsteen show? One of those took place in the heart of Dallas on Sunday night, as part of the Final Four celebrations, and Mike Brooks was there for us.
The yearly Deep Ellum Arts Festival is one of the highlights of the local calendar, and with four stages of music and three streets of art it promised to be bigger and better than ever this year. Ed Steele went on our behalf, and he didn't even buy one necklace made from reclaimed scrap.
LET'S GO RANGERS! Ahem. Where were we? Ah, it was Opening Day yesterday, and the tailgating scene was on fire. People had been tailgating for hours. We sent Maegan Puetz to capture the best scenes inside and outside the ballpark.
March had St. Patrick's, Mardi Gras, countless music festivals, drinking, partying... we've just noticed March is a party month. Here are our favorite pictures from the many hundreds we published, featuring Dallas' biggest party animals.
With the approaching release this week of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, many critics, including L.A. Weekly’s own Amy Nicholson, have noted the film’s similarities (starting with the obvious: Robert Redford) to the string of conspiracy thrillers that dominated American cinema during the...