The Southwest Foodservice Expo filled the Dallas Convention Center with a celebration of all aspects of the food industry, from uniforms and flooring to beer samples and pizza contests. We toured the expo on its last day, June 30.
The Nylon Magazine Summer Music Tour with Patrick Wolf, Plastiscines, Living Things & Jagar Love rolled through Dallas Tuesday night, June 30, with a stop at the Granada Theater. Read more about the show on DC9. All photos by Mattie Stafford.
VH1 held an open casting call for its reality show For the Love of Ray J 2 at Kinki Lounge Saturday night, June 27. Later that night, AC Slater (in the black NY hat) and Kill the Noise were at Lizard Lounge. All photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
At the Suite basement Friday night, June 26, Big J of the Clever Monkeys spun '80s, '90s and (of course) Michael Jackson. Later in the night, Zubar featured DJs Baby Ruthless, Select and A1. All photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin celebrated his birthday downtown at AMPM Saturday night, June 27, joined at the new club by teammates and a handful of Playboy bunnies. All photos by Danny Hurley.
The star power came out in San Diego, as cosplayers outfits included nods towards My Little Pony
Friendship is Magic, Game of Thrones, Chef Vader, Spaceballs Barf,
Homestuck, The Venture Brothers, a never-nude Tobia Fünke still seeking his Blue Man Group, and the always-popular gender bent...
Zubar, with DJ's Tyrone Smiley & DJ Niro, was just one of the Dallas clubs spinning old Michael Jackson favorites on the evening of the pop icon's death, June 26. All photos, from Barcadia and Fallout Lounge as well, by Gloria Levario.
Trinity Bible Church in Caddo Mills, Union Gospel Mission, Dallas Life Foundation and other groups combined efforts to host a day of games, grilling and good times at Reverchon Park, Saturday, June 27, the 18th annual staging of the event. Read more on Unfair Park.