Right after being slapped with a citation from the Dallas Police Department , Erykah Badu showed up at Good Records Saturday (with police, photographers and all in attendance) to sign her record New Amerykah, Pt. 2: Return of the Ankh. Photos by Mattie Stafford.
Dallas has a unique history of the burlesque. "Carousel Club", yes the same one Jack Ruby owned in 1963, Tammie True opened the Ruby Revue Burlesque Show in the Cambridge Room at the House of Blues, April 1st. Among the featured dancers was "Gem of the Month", Eva Strangelove--who melted the...
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.
This month’s BS Art Fusion Show went down at Rubber Gloves in Denton on Wednesday to the splatter of a dozen paintbrushes (and free tacos by Fuzzy's). Spectators watched and drank and ate as two groups of artists went head-to-head on adjacent canvases, their art ranged from colorful,...
Read about the gastronomical affair and competition by Steven Doyle in our review on City of Ate (here), but in the mean time, check out the near nirvana-like photos of Mexican cuisine from this week's Savor Mexico. By Sara Kerens.
This was the month of live music. And dressing up like lego-man. And St. Patrick's Day. Ok, so a lot of stuff happened, some of it exciting, some tragic. We compiled a 'best of' slideshow to try to capture it all.
As City Hall makes a renewed effort to fight graffiti around Dallas, we take a look at the impressive array of graffiti under the Commerce Street bridge. You can read more on Unfair Park. Photos by Patrick Michels.
This past Sunday at 12 p.m., Nike Soccer+ provided a kick-balls training session from the world's best players at Pizza Hut Park. Also to show off a new soccer shoe with the best name ever: MERCURIAL VAPOR SUPERFLY II. Photos by Caity Colvard.
The nineties were alive on Lear and Corinth this Saturday, with a street party designed to showcase hip hop/skate/punk culture. Also, a little DJ Mutemor and DJ Priesttd thrown into the mix. The Lek brothers were there to capture the street party.
After midnight, there was still a line to get into the Lizard Lounge for the hyper-taurined Red Bull 3Style DJ competition. A good, stunned crowd, possibly from the excess Red Bull, was there to stare intently at the DJ booth. The Lek Brothers captured it in photos.
Somewhere in between the burlesque and Woodstock, was this weekend's Lollipop Shoppe, Rock n Roll Circus at Sons of Hermann Hall. Rolling Stones cover band Black and Blue was the headliner, along with costumed folks ready to dance. Photos by Mattie Stafford.
Cue "Bad to the Bone." This year's motorcyle and Italian scooter rally began Friday at the Belmont, stopped at Lee Harvey's for some killer live music by the Ed Pistols and ended at The Dubliner with a raffle of a 1960 Vespa VBA. Photos by Danny Hurley.