Maybe it was the intense heat, or the fact that the school semester begins Monday morning, but the dance crowd was out and kicking for Dallas' Dub Assembly group at the Granada Theater. DJs Mundo, Royal Highnuss, Jimmy B, LBFD and Aries3 played the latest dubstep style dance music for a very energetic crowd.
The Lizard Lounge also featured DJ Klaas, known for his remix of "What Is Love," for a night of mega-dancing.
All photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
The House of Blues Cambridge Room presented a tribute to Michael Jackson called "Off the Wall: A Burlesque Tribute to Michael Jackson" It starred "High Voltage Vixen" and Miss Coco Lectric of Austin.
All Photos by Kevin Todora.
This week's Dish review by Hanna Raskin covers Square Burger in Mckinney: Big D Knows Great Burgers. Now, So Does McKinney.
What we ate: Square Burger Spicy crunchy wings $9 Barbecue ribs $12 ;French fries $4.50 ;Spicy onion strings $4.50; Sweet potato fries; $4.50 Green salad $3.50 ;Caesar...
On Saturday, August 14th, the gridiron match up between the Blondes(and Reds) vs. Brunettes took place at Highlander Stadium in Highland Park. The Blondes defeated the Brunettes 41-13, making their third win in a row a bittersweet "Three-peat". The celebration continued at Stan's Blue Note...
The 17th annual Europa Super Show Expo took over the Dallas Convention Center August 13-14, with bodybuilding, martial arts and arm-wrestling competitions, plus all the fashion, food and food substitutes demanded by the life of the truly huge. You can read more about the show on Unfair Park....
On Sunday, the Kixpo 2010 sneaker and streetwear expo hosted thousands of enthusiasts in the sweaty halls of Lofty Spaces in south Dallas. The event showcased local clothing designers work, provided tons of free merch as well as free taco bell(what?!?), and enough sneakers to satisfy a single,...
Over 700 tattoos were done by Elm Street Tattoo (Oliver Peck's favorite spot) in Deep Ellum this Friday, August 13th. Elm Street gave discounted prices ($13 per Tattoo) on wicked tattoos the entire day, and drew a line around the block (no pun intended).
All photos by Mattie Stafford.
The Lek Brothers began this weekend with DJ Noah D at the Green Elephant spinning Dubstep, alongside Dallas' Dub Assembly crew. Saturday, they ventured to South Dallas' Brooklyn Jazz Cafe for Alexander Robotnik (read the full review on DC9 at Night).
All Photos by the Lek Brothers
There was a Silver Star Stage, and a Jaegermeister stage at the Superpages Friday, August 13 for the 2010 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival which included bands like 3 Inches of Blood and Hatebreed. On the main stage was Korn, Rob Zombie, Lamb of God, and Five Finger Death Punch.
After the hookahs, Cheetos and tournament gamers united for a variety of events at QuakeCon, including Bawls Chugging Contest (gamers had to drink a can of bawls as fast as possible) at the tournament hall at the Hilton Anatole. Read more on Unfair Park.
All photos by Evan Clinton.
After John Cormack teased Rage during his QuakeCon keynote, the gamers took their hookahs, Cheetos and tournament at the tournament hall at the Hilton Anatole. Read more on Unfair Park.
All photos by Evan Clinton.