Bella Donna Shoes held their 2nd Annual Pink Pumps & Paparazzi fashion show at Sisu Uptown Resort Saturday night. The event featured a full runway fashion show around the beautiful Sisu pool, a professional pole dance performance by Cassie Sterling and a performance from So So Def Recording artist Dondria. Photographer Roderick Pullum was on hand to capture the show.
Marquee burlesque performers from around the world strutted their stuff on the stage Friday night at The Kessler. Performances included acts such as La Divina, Indigo Blue, Ruby Joule and more for the Burlesque Hall of Fame Queens Tour. Photographer Bianca Montes was on the scene.
The George W. Bush Presidential Center opened to great ceremony on April 25. Five Presidents were on hand to celebrate the Presidents of GWB, including Barack Obama. Photographer Danny Fulgencio was behind the scenes to capture the protest of the library in Dallas.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama landed at Love Field in Dallas on April 24, 2013 to attend the Bush Center ceremony and memorialize the victims of West, Texas. Photographer Mike Mezeul and Maegan Puetz were on hand to capture the landing of Air Force One. This was the scene.
Photographer Catherine Downes visited White Rock Local Market recently and bought back plenty of evidence that farm-to-table movement is ready to blossom in Dallas. SEE ALSO: How Dallas Killed Farmers Markets
Justin Townes Earle, Deer Tick, Tennis and Sarah Jaffe were among the performers for the beer-washed Untapped Festival in Fort Worth. The beer list included some 200 brews from 65+ breweries.SEE ALSO: Untapped Fest: No Matter How Crappy Things Get, There Will Always be Music and Beer
There was no shortage of good music anywhere you turned on Friday at Coachella. Here are the highlights. All photos by Andrew Youssef.
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Two years ago, Dallas' summer hit record temperatures. A drought sucked ranches dry. It's not easy living in Texas during the hot months, but Dallasites always make the best of it. These are Dallas' best events and stuffs to look forward to in the hot hot heat.