The Outpost is becoming a big noise in the local music scene. We got Mike Brooks to take you inside a Friday night there, featuring sets from members of Heartless Bastards, The Baptist Generals, and Theater Fire.
We sent photographer Natalie Selavy all over Dallas-Fort Worth to get some mouthwatering shots of the barbecue, the smokers, and the people behind our corner of North Texas' best meat palaces.Click the name of the restaurant under each photo to get more information.
Canadian hardcore band Fucked Up shattered Club Dada in Deep Ellum last night on their final date of a quick Texas tour. The indescribable BLACKIE was in support, and caused some serious mayhem.Rhombi Survivor was our photographer.
Central Track and DJ Sober brought Pop That and The Party to It'll Do on Friday night for a legendary night of Dallas mayhem. We had a photographer there, and he goes only by the name "Rhombi Survivor." Yep.
Rangers fans piled into the ballpark Saturday to get a little facetime with their favorite players. Autograph sessions, Q&As, tours of the dugout and a chance to run the bases rounded out the afternoon's events. We sent photographer Rachel Parker to weave through the masses and find our favorites.
Thousands more fans of legendary radio station The Ticket poured into Dallas Convention Center for a second day of talk, shows, music, and general bonhomie. Mike Brooks, P1 to the end, was our man on the scene.
Starting at Two Corks and a Bottle Winery (with pizza, cheeses and wine pairings) and continuing to Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Dallas Bites Food Tours do weekly themed tours of Dallas' best food spots. Check them out!We sent lucky photographer Dianna Storrusten on one of their lovely tours.
20 years of the local radio phenomenon the Ticket is a long time indeed, so Ticketstock this year is even bigger and better than usual. Photographer Mike Brooks, himself a P1, was on hand to capture the gang.