During Bike Friendly Oak Cliff’s seven-day, two-wheeled celebration, the Oak Cliff Bicycle Company hosted an evening of bike polo at Good Space on Tuesday, October 6. Rain stopped just long enough for the polo event to roll into a friendly frenzy of thrills and spills. (And if you're interested in the players' musical tastes, check out the return of Aural Ambush on DC9.) Photos by Danny Fulgencio.
This year's Neiman Marcus Christmas Book debuted with a media preview Tuesday morning, October 6, with big ticket items like his-and-hers private planes, a chat with Malcolm Gladwell, Nora Ephron and Christopher Buckley, and custom-built cupcake cars. Read more on Unfair Park.
From gay pride to punk rock, blood sport to barbeque, September’s Observer photos were as varied and unique as the people who inhabit them. We bore witness to wine, women, and songs by Pink, Vanilla Ice and Motorhead. This month’s photo set even stars the likes of Drew Barrymore and George W. Bush.
A parade of undead marched to the Studio Movie Grill at Central Expressway and Royal Lane Thursday night, October 1, to a free zombies-only screening of Zombieland, organized by Texas Frightmare Weekend. All photos by Danny Hurley.
Whether you're into face-melting live music or smooth coffee shop tunes, whether your idea of a day at the park involves trails and wild birds or an indoor play area for your dog, Dallas has a scene for you. These are our picks for the best in town.
Ben Folds teamed up with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Wednesday night, September 30, for an evening full of old favorite tunes, with a rich, extra-classy sound conducted by Rei Hotoda at the Meyerson. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Last weekend marked the 53rd annual Greek Food Festival of Dallas, with art (balloon, caricature, and traditional Greek), dancing and lots of gyros, souvlakia skewers and dolma at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on Hillcrest Road. Photos by Danny Fulgencio.
Whether you're into little burgers, lychee cocktails and Uptown scenesters, or bacon-wrapped chicken and hot dogs on the street, our Best of Dallas: Food picks round up the most mouth-watering dining options in town. Here's what it looks like when they come together in one photo set.
Israeli punk trio Monotonix brought their insane live show -- flying sweat, ample body hair, stage-dives and all -- to Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios in Denton Thursday night, September 24. Read more about the show on DC9. Photos by Danny Fulgencio.