Picking apart the social scene at any dog park is as simple as telling the difference between the dog breeds. So where do you fit into the mix? Take our quiz and find out (be sure and keep track of your points), then read more in our feature on Dallas dog park culture.
When the golfing wrapped up and the rain started coming down, the Byron Nelson Championship turned into one big dance party under the pavilion tent Saturday afternoon, May 23. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Aura Lounge hosted a party for B-Hamp's new album B-Dash on Tuesday night, May 19, after the man behind "Do the Ricky Bobby" hosted an album signing at Eargazum in Southwest Center Mall. Club photos by Gloria Levario, followed by album signing photos by Patrick Michels.
Between the Rec Shop arrests and vigilant tire-clamping outside Minc Lounge, it was a treacherous weekend to be out partying in Dallas. We still made it to Fallout Lounge for local DJs One & Oneiza and F*ck You Pay Me on Saturday night, and caught Parisian house DJ Phil Weeks at Aura in Uptown...
The Rec Shop's barbecue drew skateboarding and hip-hop fans to Lower Greenville Sunday afternoon, May 17, for food, graffiti artists and DJ sets -- until the police broke up the party. Photos by Gloria Levario.
The hounds descended on Fair Park Sunday afternoon, May 17, for the annual Dog Bowl at the Cotton Bowl. With live music, an agility course and a lookalike contest, there was plenty to entertain the humans, but most of the dogs were happy to sit down in the wading pools and sniff whoever came by.
Hot Rods and Heels, billed as the "largest pin-up event in Texas" and "a celebration of all things vintage" took over Excuses Cafe in Deep Ellum on Saturday, May 16, with models, music and vintage cars.