To launch the voting for the century's top 100 moments in local football, the Super Bowl XLV Host Committee filled the stage at Woodrow Wilson High School with North Texas football legends including Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Tony Dorsett, "Mean" Joe Greene, Craig James, Daryl Johnston, Billy Sims and Tim Brown. You can read more about the event on Unfair Park.
The Plush basement hosted Baltimore-based Dubstep DJ Joe Nice Friday night, January 8. Spinning heavy Bass for the crowd on the floor, Nice was accompanied by Dallas's Dub Commission crew. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Inspired by the pants-free New York Subway ride engineered a few years ago, DART riders joined Sunday's Global No Pants Ride, with a trip on the Red Line from Union Station. Photos by Dylan Hollingsworth.
Hundreds of hormonal teens and adoring parents rocked out to eleven local high school bands at the First Annual Texas High School Rock Off at the House of Blues, Friday night, January 8. Industry professionals served as judges, and Jonathan Cook of Forever the Sickest Kids and 97.1 The Eagle's...
Carpet maker Shaw Floors wrangled together 434 sales representatives and 1,200 pies for a one-minute pie fight in Grapevine Thursday night, January 7. A Guinness Book of World Record judge certified the new mark, which far outpaced the old record of 269. You can read more on City of Ate. Photos...
The Oak Cliff Christian Church, which dates to 1905, may be razed by the Dallas Independent School District to make room for new Adamson High School facilities, but the Oak Cliff Conservation League is trying to save the building. Read more about it on Unfair Park.
Our nightlife crew caught up with New Year's Eve partiers at Zubar and the Cavern Thursday night. Big J spun in the new year at the Cavern, while Woody Rosen and friends manned the tables at Zubar. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Nick Jonas flew the family coop for a post New Year's show at the House of Blues with his band the Administration, Saturday night, January 2. You can check out our show review here on DC9. Photos by Dylan Hollingsworth.
Thrive rang in 2010 with Kaya Jones from the Pussycat Dolls, 6 Gauge from VH1's "Daisy of Love" and a lineup of go go dancers who did their best to keep partiers conscious past midnight. Photos by Gloria Levario.