The Dallas Arts District Art Crawl hit Flora Street Friday. Food and shopping trucks lined the streets with live music, while the museums featured exhibits and artsy activities for visitors. All photos by Samantha Guzman.
Follow the Mixmaster for more Arts & Culture updates Awesome tiny things and hand-crafted goodies abound! This was the 4th annual Jingle Bash at the Palladium Ballroom, where over 60 artists from around Dallas set up shop to sell their teeny things. All photos by Alex Scott
The Dallas Margarita Society hosted the 35th Annual Dallas Margarita Ball on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at the Sheraton. The Margarita Society, of course, served "Signature Margaritas" with Sauza Tequila, a silent auction and live music. All photos by Roderick Pullum
You've met Occupy Dallas. This week, after the Dallas Police Department raided the encampment of Occupy Dallas, we sent our photographer Samantha Guzman down to North Texas' lesser-known protest group: Occupy Denton. All photos by Samantha Guzman.
Winston's Supperclub celebrated it's Grand Opening Friday, November 18, 2011. The event was hosted by model/actress Caroline D'Amore. D'Amore who is also an accomplished DJ, closed the evening with a turntable set of her own. All photos by Roderick Pullum
Microsoft hosted a promotional party for their new Windows phone at Fashion Industry Gallery, appropriately named "Spend the Night With Windows' Phone." The crowd was treated to free gifts from Microsoft, complimentary food, drinks and a live performance by rock group "Young The Giant". Sounds...
Full story on Unfair Park: A "major announcement" from the Perot Museum of Nature & Science today: the under-construction museum on Woodall Rodgers has surpassed its $185-million building goal a full year ahead of schedule. With that, they bring schematics of the expansion plans. All Schematic...
Full recap on Unfair Park: Dallas Police's Raid on Occupy Dallas's Encampment
Dallas police raided the Occupy Dallas camp at Akard and Canton late into the night on November 16, 2011 with the intent to evict. Media was quarantined across the street as 17 Occupiers were arrested. More updates...
Dallas's first ever Mud Fight(aka Dirty Battle) hit Fair Park this Sunday featuring a massive mud pit equipped with a fire hose just to keep things extra muddy.The Mud Fight followed the Tomato Battle on Saturday, for a messy fun filled weekend.
Check out photos from Tomato Battle 2011
The top 10 photos on the MixmasterBeginning at the Grassy Knoll, tweed and other fanciful-garbed citizen of Dallas biked through historic Oak Cliff, the Bishop Arts District and CliffFest, and back through downtown Dallas. Other Tweed-ready activities, like dancing, tug-of-wars, and umbrella...
Full recap on the MixmasterSaturday, November 12, Art Conspiracy 7, featured works from over 150 artists that were auctioned live alongside local bands Datahowler, The Hope Trust and J. Charles and the Trainrobbers at 511 W. Commerce. All Photos by Sara Kerens
Saturday, November 12, citizens of Dallas gathered at Fair Park for one purpose: a food fight. This was the event's fifth stop "on its crash-course campaign of world domination." A costume contest preceded the fruit war. All photos by Stephen Masker.