Addison's best food, including everything from Hooters to Ted Allen's Robert Mondavi inspired demonstrations on how easy to impress with common foods and break the tensions of wine snobbery, came together with musical acts like Train, Luke Bryan, and Chris Cagle for a weekend of good ol' fashioned fun.
PHOTOS BY RACHEL PARKER
The national Journeys BBQ Tour stopped off in Frisco's Stonebriar mall for a whole host of kick-ass activities including Battle of the Bands, Skateboard Demos with Pro Athletes, Freestyle Motorcross Exhibitions and big Texas music acts (and BBQ?). If the logo of a skull biting down a fretboard...
The BFC XIX held seven fights at the Nokia Verizon Theater in Grand Prairie Thursday evening, headlined by lightweight champ Joe Soto vs. UFC veteran Diego Saraiva. The event was also televised on Telemundo and Fox Sports Net.
Joe Soto won the match with a TKO gash on Diego Saraiva's...
The most recognized cheerleaders in the league are for America's Team (they also won the USO "Spirit of Hope Award" in 1991), so the question is: do (did) have what it takes to cheer for the Cowboys?
On May 15th at Cowboys Stadium, the nationwide search began for the new 2010 squad. They...
Heavy rain canceled the parade, but not the palpable, hair- tearing excitement (and American Idol Cameramen) when Casey James arrived with bouncy, goldi-locks at the Fort Worth Stockyards on Friday.
PHOTOS BY DANNY FULGENCIO
Named for the 26th President of United States, Teddy's Room officially opened its doors on Thursday in the fashion of a "sophisticated modern day version of a burlesque club." As you can see, that's exactly what the opening night was at Teddy's.
Photos by Caity Colvard and Justin Streitberger.
Conan O'Brien brought his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On Television tour to SMU's McFarlin Auditorium Thursday night, May 15th. Other special guests included Jimmie Vaughan, touring for his upcoming album "Pleasure's All Mine," comic Deon Cole and, of course, Andy Richter. Conan after...
With NASA's future uncertain, Dallas Rocketeers at Armadillo Aerospace compete in the race to privatize the Final Frontier in this week's cover story by Patrick Michels. See more photos of the rocketmen's launch right here.
Photos by MARK GRAHAM.
This week's Appetite for Instruction features a holy-shit-I'm-gonna-die White Chocolate Berry Cake as demonstrated by Cara Vasquez of Bread Winners. Check out the recipe, as reported by Sarah, in this week's AFI.
Photos by SARAH JOHNSON.
Neighborhood Services was the subject of this week's Dish in good ol' print by Merritt Martin. Check out the full pictorial coverage of Neighborhood's fantastic (literally) cocktails and burgers.
Photos by SARA KERENS.
Part of a local ceremony for National Police Week (May 9-15), the Dallas Police Department honored officers killed in the line of duty on the site of the Police Memorial, located at the intersection of Young Street and Akard Street, at Noon. Read the writeup on Unfair Park.
Photos by KEVIN TODORA
That's right. We went. Last night at The Palladium, in a bill fit to give you the metal sweats, Insane Clown Posse, Coolio and Kottonmouth Kings were on stage. In one night. What more can we say?
PHOTOS BY RACHEL PARKER
These dance parties may not be for your Mother. Another busy weekend for our favorite night clubbers--the Lek Brothers. On Friday night at the new Viper Lounge in Deep Ellum for JV & Ernie PM spun house music to an "intimate" crowd.
Favorites' Dub Assembly were at the Green Elephant with a...