Things have been busy behind the scenes at the Dallas Zoo. Construction has been underway for months in preparation for a vast 11 acre attraction, not to mention the 32 million dollars raised from city money and the sale of public bonds to support the project.
Yes, here comes the best festival pre-SXSW: Denton's own NX35. Patrick Michels, Spike Johnson and Danny Fulgencio shot some massively great bands including Seryn, Jacob Metcalf, and RTB2. Check it out, peeps.
Last week, we featured photos of epic burgers across the States (Burgers Across America)--from peanut butter topped weirdos in Minneapolis to Florida's fried burgers. This week features the joint special with the Houston Press and the Dallas Observer: the big burgers of the greater Houston and...
Photographer Spike Johnson caught the rigorous leg stretchings of would-be dance stars at the So You Think You Can Dance (!) Auditions at SMU yesterday. Here's the photos to prove some people, will, and shall, dance.
From Back to the Future to Total Recall, from Daft Punk to Deadpool, from Sesame Street to Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, there wasn't a corner of pop culture left unchurned by the endlessly creative cosplayers of Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
Tramontana is not your mother's bistro. It's your grandmother's. That said, check out this slideshow of a souffle being whipped and served. We guarantee you'll want to crack the top of the computer with a spoon. Photos by Sara Kerens.
Where did all the foodies in Dallas go this weekend? Savor Dallas, the two-day, upscale dining and wine event that blew the coattails off any attendee who considered Red Truck their best wine experience. Check out the slideshow below with photos by Sara Kerens.
A little background: Craze is the only solo DJ in history to claim the World DMC Champion trophy 3 times consecutively. How cool is that? Well, he was at the Lizard Lounge this past Saturday, and it couldn't have been more raucous. Check out the photos by the Lek Brothers.
Sunday night at the House of Blues in Dallas, Brandi Carlile played Sounds of Silence among the new tracks from her brilliant album Give Up the Ghost. Check out photos from Brandi's show by Mattie Stafford.
The fake orange beards were out and chest long on Saturday for North Texas' very own Irish Festival. Sounds like a good time, right? Well it was. It was also so family friendly there might as well have been a mouse with two big ears and a nasal accent. Photos by Danny Hurley.
The latest set of the best contributions to our Dallas Observed Flickr group include some familiar downtown scenes and some up-close portraits. If you catch a great Dallas moment worth sharing, submit it to the Flickr group and you may find it featured here in our weekly slideshow.