Two of our favorite up-and-coming area performers, Analog Rebellion and Bravo, Max!, took the stage at Jack Daniels Saloon for Locals Only (presented by DC9 at Night) on 5/19. All photos by Alex Scott.
In this week's paper, Craig Hlavaty talked up tonight's Kylie Mingoue show, championing the Aussie pop-tart for being "about a million miles away from the stuff clogging up the charts by other girls a fraction of her age , while not sacrificing hooks, age-appropriateness and that ...
Today, as part of the annual National Police Week established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy, the DPD once again paid honor to its fallen officers with a procession from Griffin and Young to the police memorial at Young and Akard. Our Danny Fulgencio accompanied the procession and notes...
This year's John Daly Celebrity Shootout party, presented by Axxis Sports & Entertainment, found former Cowboy Nate Newton, John Daly and Maxim exec Paul Chokota at Saint Ann in Uptown. All photos by Roderick Pullum
The most recognized cheerleaders in the league are for America's Team, so the question is: did they have what it takes to cheer for the Cowboys? On May 15th at Cowboys Stadium, the nationwide search began for the new 2011 squad. They began with "freestyle" dance moves, participating in groups....
SEE MORE PHOTOS: Homegrown Music and Art Festival 2011
The 2nd Homegrown Festival (May 14, 2011) pulled a nice crop: Ishi, Neon Indian, School of Seven Bells and Neon Indian. And, of course, the people of Dallas.
As Cory Graves pointed out in this week's print, The 2nd Homegrown Festival pulled a nice crop: Seryn, Slobberbone, School of Seven Bells and Neon Indian. And, of course, the people of Dallas.
All photos by Daniel Hurley.
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Oliver Peck, who helms Elm Street Tattoo (yes, on Elm Street), tatted up a line of Texans in his annual Friday the 13th-ink-athon. Photos by Steve Visneau
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Woman Cries from In-N-Out Burger
You may have heard: In-N-Out Burger opened its first Texas locations in Frisco and Allen this Wednesday, May 11. This was the scene. Photos by Patrick Michels