Deep Ellum got a taste of Mardi Gras this weekend in the best possible way. In order to mark the occasion, Commerce Street's The Free Man Cajun Cafe organized a proper New Orleans second line horn parade that circled the neighborhood. RHOMBI SURVIVOR was on the scene.
Photographer Ed Steele spent the whole weekend outside, beautiful as it was, as the weather miraculously held out for a Denton festival. The Thin Line film and music festival held myriad delights, and his attempts to capture them all are documented here.
Denton's lovely little festival kicked off on Thursday to gorgeous weather and dozens of big-name locals, including the delectable Sam Lao. Photographer Ed Steele was so affected by the whole thing he's spent all of today speaking a different language.
Winter is over, we hope, and photographer Catherine Downes spent it traveling the frozen wastes of Dallas, photographing these cocktails for you. You should be very grateful to her. All of these cocktails are still available, though, despite this sudden mild weather.
On Friday, post-punk darlings Yuck played to a packed house at Trees. It was third third and final Texas show this year, and the new lineup proved an even more impressive live unit than the old one.Photography by RHOMBI SURVIVOR
Last weekend saw the massive Dallas Comic-Con at the Irving Convention Center, with guests including Karl Urban and Karen Gillan. There were costumes aplenty, and photographer Ed Steele was on hand to capture the madness.
The Outpost is becoming a big noise in the local music scene. We got Mike Brooks to take you inside a Friday night there, featuring sets from members of Heartless Bastards, The Baptist Generals, and Theater Fire.
We sent photographer Natalie Selavy all over Dallas-Fort Worth to get some mouthwatering shots of the barbecue, the smokers, and the people behind our corner of North Texas' best meat palaces.Click the name of the restaurant under each photo to get more information.