Saturday night's party at Afterlife was headlined by Doc Martin, who spun a variety of techno, and singer Lillia. Which doesn't even begin to describe the scene that unfolds in these photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Friday night our nightlife team went to Lift in Uptown to catch DJ Inzo, who spun some vintage hip hop, then stopped by Suite Basement, where Big J and Oklahoma City's Kids At The Bar spun. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Michael Jackson impersonator Edward Moss performed at The Lodge Tuesday night, August 18, sharing the stage with the club's dancers against a backdrop of stuffed wildlife. Moss played Jackson in Scary Movie, and has been traveling the world with his impersonation act for years. Photos by Danny...
Cosplayers took their costumes to the next level
with interpretations and execution of shows, movies and comics like
Brave, The Walking Dead, Ghost Rider, Adventure Time, Harry Potter and
Beetlejuice. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
U.S. Representative Pete Sessions and Eddie Bernice Johnson held a town hall meeting Monday morning, August 17, at Cityplace Conference Center. While there were limited tickets to the panel discussion inside, protesters for and against health care reform with a public-funded option gathered...
Slow Roosevelt reunited onstage as club owner Clint Barlow welcomed Dallas back Trees, the old standby of the Deep Ellum music scene. Element Eighty opened, along with System Overload and Hardway Down. Photos by Hal Samples.
Queer Liberaction hosted a "kiss-in" at Rosa Parks Plaza in downtown Dallas, one of dozens of similar gay rights events around the country on Saturday, August 15. Read more on Unfair Park. Photos by Patrick Michels.
QuakeCon 2009, the world's biggest bring-your-own-computer bash, is a Mecca for gamers worldwide. Thursday, August 13, was a big day at the con, with the "What Would You Do?" contest and keynotes from id Software officials. Read more on Unfair Park. All photos by Alex Wolens.
As the battle between the owner of 508 Park Ave. -- who wants to demolish the building where Robert Johnson and Bob Wills once recorded -- and preservationists unfolds at City Hall, the timing seems right for a stroll around the neighborhood, courtesy Justin Terveen.