Who needs a Black Friday sale when this treasure trove of unnecessary Texana is sitting right at your online fingertips? For all the cowboy-crazed Eastern Europeans on your list, we offer up these choice items that'll give them a taste of the real Texas. Compiled by Patrick Michels, Merritt Martin, Noah W. Bailey and Alexander Flores.
Before we descend entirely into holiday bedlam, it's worth a quick look around to remind us all just how we got here. Last month online, among other scenes, we took you to a hotel implosion, up close with Will Smith, and to a swimsuit calendar party with the Cowboys cheerleaders. Almost as good...
Pantera founding member and guitarist Dimebag Darrell Abbott's brother Vinnie Paul, and his father Jerry, signed copies of "He Came to Rock," the first biography of the legendary musician at the Best Buy on LBJ Freeway Thursday night, November 20, 2008. Photos by Patrick Michels.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders host a party at the Glass Cactus at the Gaylord Texan Resort on Lake Grapevine, Saturday, November 22, to celebrate the release of their 2009 swimsuit calendar. Photos by Matt Nager.
Downtown Dallas' Union Station was reopened Thursday, after $23 million in renovations. It's now a catering and conference center run by Wolfgang Puck Catering, in partnership with the Hyatt Regency. Mayor Tom Leppert was one of the ribbon-cutters, as the building's still city-owned. Photos by...
Habitat for Humanity was halfway through their week-long build on Wednesday, with nine new houses ready for bricks and siding in West Dallas off Westmoreland Road. 250 volunteers from around the country pitched in to get the houses ready in the building blitz. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Will Smith debuted his new film Seven Pounds at the Cinemark 17 theater in Dallas Tuesday night. Fans got in free with a donation to the North Texas Food Bank, and Smith himself donated 300 turkeys to the charity. Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers accompanied Smith down the red carpet.
Roy Davis Jr. spun at Minc Lounge Saturday night, providing the soundtrack to the colorful dance floor, enthusiastic sign-flashing by the bar and tender moments against the wall. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.