If it weren't so already taken, we might use the phrase "Best Month Ever" for governor Rick Perry's April. He tea-bagged in Fort Worth and debated President Obama's first 100 days, Governor Perry and he came to Dallas, where he checked his fly for out camera guy. And now, he leads off our month...
Friday was a busy night around Dallas clubs, with Dub Assembly at the Green Elephant with Finland's DJ Cloud, the Broken Teeth crew at Zubar, and Shuttle playing the "D Town Boogie" party at Club Dada. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Woodrow Wilson High School celebrated its 80th anniversary on Saturday, April 25, with a parade from Lakewood Shopping Center to the school. With racing legend Carroll Shelby in the lead, the parade included dozens of classic cars and plenty of notable alums. Read more on Unfair Park. Photos by...
One early highlight of the Dallas Wine & Food Festival was Thursday night's Rising Stars Chefs’ Dinner at Turtle Creek Mansion, where two Dallas chefs and two from Fort Worth were honored. The festival continues through April 26.
The Observer held its third annual Dallas Wine & Dine party on Wednesday night, with food from more than a dozen local restaurants. Here are some of the highlights. For scenes of people at the party, check out this slideshow.
The Observer held its third annual Dallas Wine & Dine party on Wednesday night, April 22, at the Fashion Industry Gallery downtown. Here are some scenes from the party, and for a selection of the dishes served that night, check out this slideshow. Photos by Sara Kerens.
The Dallas Desire, the local franchise in the new Lingerie Football League, held a mini-camp with another round of tryouts on Friday, April 24, at QuikTrip Park in Grand Prairie. Read more on Sportatorium. Photos by Patrick Michels.