Read more: As Motley Crue Turns 30, Mick Mars Balances Pleasing The FansLast night, June 7, Motley Crue, Poison, New York Dolls and one wicked, 360-degree drum solo by Motley Crue's Tommy Lee, played in front of a rock-horns ready crowd at Gexa Energy Pavilion. All photos by Alex Scott.
This year's Jump-Off Arts Fest (presented by Unified Arists) featured local artists creating full body art, graffiti and local DJs at Club Dada in Deep Ellum on Saturday, June 4. Photos by Rachel Parker
Razzle Dazzle Dallas, a five day street festival focused on efforts to better the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, hit the Cedar Springs strip. Entertainment included live music, dj's and dancing, VIP areas and celebrity appearances. Saturday, June 4, 2011.
Saturday, June 4 thousands of Dallas citizens turned a stretch of Forest Lane into an honest-to-God community of live music, parking-lot sixers, classic cars for as far as the eye could see (and a food trailer selling fried pies). Read more on Unfair Park. Photos by Danny Hurley
Smoke-machines pumped party haze into the Cameo Room last night (June 2, 2011) while DJ Drummer duo "CutBeat" filled the room with percussion. Resident DJ D-Roz matched the beats. All photos by Roderick Pullum.
For the past year, C.S. Muncy has been documenting the Occupy Wall Street movement for us. Peaceful marches, intense police clashes, and everything in between--he's been there. Assembled here are some of his greatest shots.
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Our contributing photographer Mike Mezeul went storm chasing last week. From Mike: "We documented and researched this tornado from Chickasha, Oklahoma to Blanchard, Oklahoma. It was on the ground for 30 miles and has been rated an EF-3. It unfortunately killed 1." This was his...
From The Vault in Dallas with DJ ASAP and actor Meagan Good (photos 1-21), to Jaguar's Temptation After Hours (22-43) party, this weekend's Memorial Day weekend parties got sexy. Very sexy. Photos by Roderick Pullum
On Sunday, May 22, a devastating tornado struck Joplin, Missouri. It has left 89 dead so far. Contributing photographer Mike Mezeul was storm chasing in the area, and saw the damage. These are his shots. The tornado was approx 3/4 mile wide.All photos by Mike Mezeul