Featuring the classic lineup of Gibby Haynes, Paul Leary, Jeff Pinkus and dual drummers Jeff King Coffey and Teresa Taylor, the legendary art punks played to a packed house at the Granada Theater, Wednesday, October 22. Photographs by Hal Samples.
City Hall showed off plans for the convention center hotel that Mayor Tom Leppert and others hope build with public money. The plans include digital images, sketches and a small model of the hotel. Hey, they're even putting in a pool.
Another season at the State Fair of Texas has drawn to a close, and really, we're not sure how much longer our arteries could have held up. So without all that deep-fried goodness in our fingers, here's a look at the gustatory delights that we'll be craving 'til next year. For more details,...
The Dallas Mavericks dancers unveiled their basketball season calendar Friday night, with a red carpet entrance and a party at Ghostbar Friday night. Scenes from the top floor follow a few shots of the press event downstairs.
Saturday night, Zubar hosted "Benevolence," a fundraiser for Jonathan's Place, a non-profit benefiting abused and neglected children. With beats from The Get Right and Chris Rodriguez, and Dj Nature & Tyrone up front in the club, by 12:08 the party was just beginning. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.
The new Trinity River Audubon Center opened October 18, built on acres of reclaimed old landfill -- a trash heap that caught fire in 1997 and burned for a month. Ten years later, the eco-friendly nature learning center and miles of trails mark the first big project completed along the...
Selections from local photographer Jeff Gusky's new book, Bordertown: The Odyssey of an American Place, with text by Southern Methodist University professor Benjamin Johnson, recently released by Yale University Press. More of Gusky's work is at Afterimage Gallery.
Former president Bill Clinton dropped by Thomes Jefferson High School Tuesday night, to give Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rick Noriega's campaign a boost. Noriega is a severe fundraising disadvantage against his rival, Senator John Cornyn.
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.