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. Judges selected the best for call-backs, and the best ones moved to a semi-final / personal interview round.
ALL PHOTOS BY ERIC GARCIA AND DUSTIN SCHNEIDER
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
Established in 1996, Denton's annual charity-driven Mudbug Boil--where crawfish were yanked from the water and boiled to deliciousness--crawled (right?) onto Fry Street Saturday, May 7, 2011. The boil fest included a gumbo cooking competition and performances from RTB2, the Heelers, Seryn and...
This weekend's night moves comes to us from The Vault and photographer Roderick Pullum (5/7/2011), which featured a birthday party for Toronto Raptors Center Alexis Ajinca.
DJ Klassik and DJ Red spun for a packed-in crowd.
Dallas chonored Mexico's epic win over the French in the 1862 Battle of Puebla with dance parties around downtown, including at Aura, with a battle between DJ Rev and DJ Krave, and Wish Ultralounge, featuring DJ Art Sarabia and DJ Pyro. All photos by Roderick Pullum.
The Kessler Theater in Oak Cliff threw its second Supper Club on Thursday, May 5, inviting local hungry people to sample the culinary stylings of chef Kelly Hightower. The event was sponsored by the Observer's restaurant blog, City of Ate. Photos by Kevin Todora.