The Observer held its third annual Dallas Wine & Dine party on Wednesday night, April 22, at the Fashion Industry Gallery downtown. Here are some scenes from the party, and for a selection of the dishes served that night, check out this slideshow. Photos by Sara Kerens.
The Dallas Desire, the local franchise in the new Lingerie Football League, held a mini-camp with another round of tryouts on Friday, April 24, at QuikTrip Park in Grand Prairie. Read more on Sportatorium. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Lizard Lounge hosted a Freaks and Fetish party last Friday night, April 17, for the 40th birthday of Allen Falkner, a body modification and flesh hook suspension pioneer. Performers included Havve Fjell of Norway's Pain Solution, suspension queen Crash with Courtney Crave, and Austin's...
Seventh Void played a CD release party at Vinnie Paul Abbott's strip club, the Clubhouse, in northwest Dallas Tuesday night, April 21. The Kiss tribute band Destroyer followed. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Plush hosted legendary DJ and producer Josh Wink on Saturday night, April 18. Friday night at the Cavern, we caught up with DJ Keith P -- those photos are at the end of the set. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Comedian Paul Mooney played the Lodge Monday night, April 20. Mooney was taping a comedy special, and was joined every so often by a topless dancer bringing champagne or a cloth to dab his face. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Good Records hosted a long lineup of local bands indoors and out in the parking lot, on National Record Store Day, Saturday, April 18. Erykah Badu finished off the show before the police cut it off early. Read more on DC9.
While we celebrated National Record Store Day with a day of local acts at Good Records, photographer Allison V. Smith was there to catch faces from the crowd in a photo booth setup in the parking lot. Even if you you didn't make it into this set, you can always tell your friends that's you in...
As always, the Bonnaroo Music Festival featured stages graced with some of the best musical talent around, and muddy festival grounds packed with good-looking girls dressed-down for the festival. Also, Drew Barrymore (the one next to Justin Long, who does not qualify).
Dan Deacon and his backing ensemble closed out the night at Modern 'til Midnight on Saturday night, April 18, at the Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth. Openers Fight Bite and Future Islands are pictured at the end, along with a Q&A session following David Lowery and James Johnston's film St....