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  • October 2010: The Month in Dallas Observer Photos (sNSFW)
    Austin City Limits, George Clooney, and burlesque Tron: what do they have in common? They were all part of the busy month that was the October for us here at the Dallas Observer. Before Halloween comes up, we present the month in photos.
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  • RedBull's SoundClash with Talib Kweli, Ozomatli and Surprise Guest Bun B Rock
    The Palladium Ballroom hosted a pre-Halloween bash (clash?) with Ozomatli, Talib Kweli & The Rhythm Roots Allstars, Special Guest Bun B last night (October 28th). Read the full review on DC9 at Night and check out Sartaj's interview with Kweli and Ozomatli. All Photos by Mattie Stafford.
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  • Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Readies Itself For World Series
    With the Texas Rangers down 1-0 in the World Series to the San Francisco Giants after a crushing 11-7 defeat Wednesday night, the club began preparations for games 3 and 4 (and Game 5, if necessary) in Arlington Thursday afternoon. Activities included painting the World Series logo on the field...
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  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Parties Like It's 1999 at The House of Blues
    Backed by a live band, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony brought back the sounds of their seminal album E. 1999 Eternal at The House of Blues. Duncanville's Johnny Ringo opened the show on October 27th. All photos by Kevin Todora.
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  • Underwear Bike Ride in Denton
    An army of about 70 bike riders in underwear gathered outside of the language building at the University of North Texas to raise awareness for breast cancer on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010. After riding to Yogurt Fusion, a frozen yogurt shop on the Denton Square, bikers circled the Square then...
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  • Texas Body Art at eXcuses (sNSFW)
    Speaking of art... Body graffiti met hip-hop emcees Saturday, October 23rd at eXcuses in Dallas for Texas Body Art Massacre--presented by Red Shop in Dallas. The Proceeds went to benefit Northstar School. All photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
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  • Photo Essay: The Taco Experience at Fuel City
    Clearly, we love Fuel City's taco picadillos. As we pointed out in our Best Of Dallas issue: it's easy to forget it's a gas station. That's what great about Fuel City though, it's tacos and a Texas-true environment. In honor, we present the photo-based experience: eating Tacos and elotes at...
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  • J√≤nsi at Verizon Theatre
    The Sigur Ros singer played in Dallas October 26, touring behind his first solo record, Go, at the Verizon Theatre. Check out the review (forthcoming) on DC9 at Night. All photos by Andrew Shepherd.
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  • Before the Storms, A Taste of Greenville Avenue
    Sometime after The Rangers won the ALCS, and before a wicked storm rolled through Dallas Greenville Avenue opened up it's doors and spilled out into the streets. Local food and drink like Izmir, Ali Babba, Gordon Biersch, and Dodie's (which will soon take Hurricane Grill's space). All photos...
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  • Star Trek Fan Days with William Shatner
    There was a few reasons to geek out in Texas this weekend. Sports nerds were able to celebrate the cataclysmic hell yeah that was The Rangers, and Star Trek Fans ventured to Plano for Fan Days. On hand was William Shatner, Christopher Lloyd (celebrating Back to the Future's 25th), Tia Carrere,...
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  • Night Moves: Fear and Loathing in Dallas
    Saturday night in a decked-out warehouse near the Trinity River, DJ Brett Johnson from Dallas was the star of a Fear and Loathing themed party. Photographers Ray and Peter Lek stopped by the Sounds Like presented party that advertised itself as a "journey into the heart of the Dallas...
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  • Art Conspiracy 6: Local Art Goes Once, Twice...
    Art Con was on! The sixth installment of Art Conspiracy 6 was at 511 West Commerce on Saturday October 24. Alongside local musicians like ISHI, Seryn, and Dem Southernfolkz, live auctions of local art benefited Today Marks the Beginning, which "uses art to make peace." All photos by Mattie...
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