DISD honored its top student-athletes who committed to college scholarships on National Letter of Intent Signing Day Tuesday, February 4. DISD held its annual "Meet the Signees" ceremony at the Ellis Davis Field House in South Dallas. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels answered fans' questions at the Academy Sports and Outdoors store in North Richland Hills on January 15, joined by players Kevin Millwood, Matt Harrison and others. Read more on how Daniels is reshaping the Rangers in our February 5 cover story. Photos...
Zubar hosted DJs JV, Eric Scholwinski and Cosmic Cocks, and a release party for Castillo & Face Saturday night, January 31, while Absinthe Lounge had music by Pessenja, Black, Soy Capaz and more. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Los Campesinos! played Club Dada with Titus Andronicus on Saturday night, January 31. Read more about the show in our Last Night review, and hear what unsuspecting Dallas residents think of the band in our Aural Ambush video feature. Photos by Mattie Stafford.
Lucky, and possibly insane, Dallas Cowboys fans swung by Texas Stadium Friday, January 30, to pick up pieces of the stadium they won in an online auction. Highlights included Tony Romo's locker -- one of the first things out the door in the morning -- and the helmet-shaped golf cart, which went...
More images from the first day of spring and last day of SXSW in Austin, TX on Saturday, March 21. Featuring M. Ward, Echo and the Bunnymen, Will Sheff of Okkervil River, and more. PHOTOS BY PATRICK MICHELS
The day President Barack Obama ordered the closure of the camps at Guantanamo Bay, writer Tim Elfrink was the only American reporter inside the detention camps. While there, he was able to get an inside view of the facilities that some of America's sworn enemies occupy.
Our cover story "Victory Park Just Can't Win" details the commercial development's inability to draw a crowd without a Mavericks or Stars game going on. Here are more shots of Victory Park's rushes and lulls.
January was a great month to party for just about anything. If you ever wanted to celebrate having a new president, hacking up a painting, or just being a poseur (see "Strike a Pose"), this was your time. We're glad we could be there for it.
Rhett Miller, in town to record a new solo album, stopped by Deep Ellum's Sons of Hermann Hall Tuesday night for a songwriting workshop (and fundraiser for the Way Into Music fund), and an acoustic show that night. Photos by Patrick Michels.