At Zubar on Greenville Avenue Saturday night, Rick Preston and Roos took over to celebrate Roos' birthday and spin some funk, soul and house. Here's a look around the scenery. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
Her life cut short after replying to a "nanny wanted" ad on Craigslist, St. Olaf student Katherine Olson, 24 is remembered by family and friends as a bright and energetic soul. Here are some pics from her Facebook memorial page.
Before the Longhorns and Sooners met up in the Cotton Bowl Saturday morning, Fair Park was crawling with red- and burnt orange-painted lunatics. And a couple dogs in shirts. All in the name of football, and in the name of school pride. Photos by Hillary Whitehead.
The Israeli punk trio Monotonix took the -- well, not the stage, but the floor, the rafters, and a spot in the men's room Wednesday night at the Lounge on Elm Street. Shots of openers El Paso Hot Button and Best Fwends follow. Photos by Patrick Michels.
"Max Payne" star Mark Wahlberg promoted his new film in Dallas Tuesday night, alongside longtime Deep Ellum muralist Frank Campagna, who painted the star on one wall of The Door on Main Street. Photos by Patrick Michels.
James Earl Jones spoke at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts' one-year countdown announcement at the Belo Mansion, Tuesday, October 7. Blocks away, construction continued on the Winspear Opera House, the Wyly Theatre, and the rest of the arts complex.
Rare Beatles records, letters from band members and a custom John Lennon-inspired custom Rickenbacker guitar, are just a few of the items being auctioned live in Dallas Sunday -- and online at Heritage Auctions. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Love her or hate her, vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is nothing if not good material for a battle of chants and signage. Here are some of the best ones spotted in the crowd out side the Fairmont Hotel Friday, where Palin spoke at a $1,000-a-plate fundraiser.
Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, a new exhibit opening Friday at the Dallas Museum of Art, opened its doors Wednesday to give the press a sneak peek inside. Here's what we uncovered at the exhibit.
A chronicle in picture form of some of the SXSW live acts you could have caught on Wednesday, March 18, if only you had been in Austin, TX. And really, why weren't you? Featuring Alejandro Escovedo, Aqualung, The Dicks, and more. PHOTOS BY MARK C. AUSTIN