Every week, our Flickr pool, "Dallas Observed," fills with great Dallas scenes and people we wish we'd gotten to meet ourselves. Anyone can contribute, (you too!) -- check out the instructions on our Flickr group page to join. Here's the best of the first batch of the Fall.
Bike Friendly Oak Cliff got into the Halloween spirit last weekend with their Terror On Two Wheels group ride through downtown Dallas. Pee Wee Herman was crowned the crowd favorite costume, coming out ahead in a pack of serious costumes. Photos by Danny Fulgencio.
AMPM celebrated Halloween by co-hosting Envy magazine and Spirit Halloween Superstore's Third Annual Wicked Masquerade Ball Friday night, October 30, where the sexiest costume won a trip for two to the Mirage in Las Vegas. Photos by Jerry McClure.
Mario Lopez of Saved By the Bell fame, dressed up like a doctor and joined by a flock of body-painted angels, helped Thrive celebrate the party weekend with their "Nightmare on Elm Street" Halloween party. Photos by Gloria Levario.
The less sense it makes, the better your costume can work as a conversation piece in the club -- as long as your mouth isn't covered in cardboard. Or unless your green spandex body suit already scared everyone off the dance floor. Here's a few of the choice costumes out on Greenville Avenue on...
From the ACL Fest clear on through to the first Halloween parties in town, from the worst T-shirts at the State Fair of Texas to the sharpest suits at the federal City Hall corruption trial, there's plenty to see on this look back at October.
Three haunted houses, two demented clowns and one joker later, the mission is complete. We traveled up and down Interstate 35 to find the spookiest, creepiest and bloodiest haunted house experience around. Zombies chased us at Screams in Waxahachie, clowns tormented us in at Dallas'...
Last night, Dorrough celebrated his birthday while hosting a BET Hip-Hop Awards viewing party at Eight Lounge on Lower Greenville, performing a remix of his smash single "Ice Cream Paint Job" with the likes of Soulja Boy and Snoop Dogg. Read more on DC9. Photos by Gloria Levario.