The Toyota-sponsored Cycle World International Motorcycle Show blew through the Dallas Convention Center last weekend, with a new Ducati 1198 and a new Neiman Marcus Ducati. Bike buffs loaded up on gear, and wannabe stunt doubles had the chance to lay down on the floor under a jumping bike.
Of Montreal, backed by dancing Buddhas, a western saloon scene and a guy in a lion suit, among others, delivered an insane party of a show Friday night at the House of Blues. Read the Last Night review here. Photos by Mattie Stafford.
Saturday night's Diplo show relocated to the Loft, after originally being slated for the Palladium Ballroom. With a little help from a crowd-surfing sausage and a shirtless alien, the party lasted well into Sunday morning. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
In our night out in Dallas Friday, we checked out Craggz & Parallel Forces spinning at Whisky Bar, and Marcus Schossow's set -- lasers, pole dancing cat and all -- at the Lizard Lounge. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
In response to Pastor Robert Jeffress' sermon, "Why Gay Is Not O.K.," a crowd of protesters gathered outside Dallas' First Baptist Church Sunday to let congregation members know the pastor's views weren't O.K. with them. Photos by Alexander Flores.
Corey Feldman, star of '80s cinema and '00s basic cable, was the guest of honor at Wizard World Texas' Fearfest at the Arlington Convention Center last weekend. Along with the actual Feldman, the event was full of superheroes, villains and others in spandex. Photos by Eli Luna.
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead played Club Dada Friday night, November 7, and photographer Dylan Hollingsworth was there to document the mayhem -- though, from the looks of things, it could have been a lot worse.
Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Charlene Tilton and other stars of the seminal serial "Dallas" reunited Saturday night at the Southfork Ranch for a 30th anniversary party that drew an international crowd. Photos by Patrick Michels.
The Meadow Inn, an old Holiday Inn at Central Expressway and Meadow Road in Dallas, was demolished Sunday morning in spectacular fashion. Implosion enthusiasts arrived at 6 a.m. to stake out prime viewing locations, bundled up for the cold and toting all the usual tailgating gear.