• An Architecture House Tour that Opens Doors to Fantasy Homes
    October 20 at 12:58 p.m. by Sarah Schumacher

    The American Institute of Architects holds its 11th annual tour next weekend: Saturday and Sunday, October 28-29 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Dallas. They will feature seven residences ranging from 2,400 to 6,700 square feet. Take a peek inside…

  • Tailgating the Red River Showdown at the Cotton Bowl
    October 16 at 9:41 a.m. by Hannah Ridings

    The Oklahoma Sooners won an exciting, rugged game versus the UT Longhorns on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Cotton Bowl. Fans came out to pre-party and tailgate. Photos by Hannah Ridings

  • Stepping into the Past at the Alexander Mansion
    October 5 at 4 a.m. by Kathy Tran

    For all its splendor, the three-story Alexander Mansion is easy to miss. It sits too far back from the road to catch with drivers' peripheral vision. Its neighbors are payday loan shops and long-shuttered shells of used car lots, their perimeters…


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  • Texas Freedom Force Protests the Removal of General Lee Statue
    September 17 at 1:14 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    On Saturday, September 16, 2017, a few hundred protestors from the group Texas Freedom Force gathered at Lee Park to protest the removal of the statue of General E. Lee. The statue was removed by city hall on Thursday night. The protestors…

  • The Battle Over the Removal of Lee's Statue
    September 7 at 4 a.m. by Brian Maschino

    They began gathering well before noon Wednesday, greeted by police and gathered around barricades surrounding Lee Park. They wanted action, either to see the statue of Robert E. Lee taken down after a Dallas City Council vote that seemed…

  • Dallas Reacts to Hurricane Harvey with Donations and Housing
    August 28 at 5:03 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    At the Walnut Hill Recreation Center, Dallas welcomed its first evacuees from the Texas coast cities. Most of the early arrivals at Dallas' shelters came from areas that faced mandatory or voluntary evacuations, including Corpus Christi and Port…

  • Scenes From Unprecedented Flooding Event in Houston and Surrounding Areas
    August 28 at 1:38 p.m. by Houston Press

    Our worst fears were realized as Houstonians awoke on August 27 to discover that Hurricane Harvey had unleashed unprecedented flooding across Houston and surrounding areas. Houston police and fire departments worked through the night responding to…

  • Witnessing the Eclipse at the Perot Museum Party
    August 21 at 4:55 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    Swarms of celestial gazers packed into the Perot Museum’s plaza for a free solar eclipse-watching event on Monday. Lasting from noon to 2 p.m., attendees had the chance to make tools for viewing the eclipse and grab a free pair of E15-filtered…

  • Dallas Rallies Against White Supremacy
    August 20 at 8:31 a.m. by Brian Maschino

    On Saturday night, August 19, a few thousand Dallasites came together to rally against white supremacy in solidarity with the anti-racist protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia from the weekend prior. They rallied in front of Dallas City Hall.…

  • Trinity Toll Road Gets a Funeral March
    August 16 at 12:10 a.m. by Brian Maschino

    The Trinity Toll Road has been a contentious issue for decades, but on Tuesday, August 15, it was laid to rest figuratively with a funeral parade and second line through the streets of Bishop Arts. Photos by Brian Maschino

  • Blondes Battle Brunettes at the Cotton Bowl
    August 13 at 10:51 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    Blondes battled Brunettes in the 10th annual BvB powder-puff football game on Saturday, August 12. After a competitive first half, the Bru Crew pulled away for their forth straight victory. Fireworks and a monsoon rain arrived just after the…

  • The Celebrities, Fans and Fiercely Competitive Ballers of Dallas' First Big3 Tournament Stop
    July 31 at 8:12 a.m. by Mikel Galicia

    The inaugural season of Ice Cube's Big3 basketball league made its way to Dallas on Sunday, July 30. The 3-on-3 basketball tournament is in its sixth week of the season and featured four games between former NBA players, such as Chauncey Billups,…

  • Mavs Spiked! Brings On the Competition and the Heat
    July 24 at 6:18 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    Starting with a hot evening of volleyball and ending with a rad glow-in-the dark party Saturday night, June 22, Mavs Spiked! brought out good teams and good times. Photos by Brian Maschino

  • The Best Dallas Photos of 2017 (So Far)
    July 14 at 4 a.m. by Sarah Schumacher

    Dallas has had a busy 2017 so far. From anti-Trump protest, the women's march, protests at DFW airport to enjoying holidays like St. Patrick's Day and July 4th to living it up with the Mavericks and cooking out before the Cowboys game, we've seen a…

  • <i>RoboCop</i> Versus Reality: Looking at Dallas Locations of the Film's Scenes
    July 11 at 4 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Director Paul Verhoeven only had around $12 million in funding from Orion Pictures to shoot RoboCop. He originally wanted to make the crime-riddled city of Old Detroit look like something out of a Blade Runner spinoff but he says his producer Jon…

  • Sparks Fly at Red, White & Boom On the Bridge
    July 4 at 1:41 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Thousands turn out for fireworks this years Red, White & Boom On the Bridge presented by Mrs. Baird's Bread, the City of Dallas and 98.7 K-LUV. Photos by Melissa Hennings

  • The Year in Dallas Crime Pictures (So Far)
    June 29 at 3:01 p.m. by Stephen Young

    One of the best things about the Dallas Police Department's blog,, is the action-packed photos and videos the department posts to crow about big arrests, or try and crack unsolved crimes. So far in 2017, DPD Beat has featured a woman…

  • QueerBomb Lights Up the Night
    June 25 at 3:39 p.m. by Brian Maschino

    Hundreds took to the streets of Deep Ellum and danced the night away at RBC for QueerBomb on Saturday night. Originally started as an offshoot of Austin’s QueerBomb in 2013, the Dallas alternative pride festival provided a free, safe space to come…

  • Oak Cliff Through History: Then Versus Now
    June 24 at 10:02 a.m. by Sarah Schumacher

    Take a historical walk down West Jefferson, along Lake Cliff park and into the neighborhoods of Winnetka Heights and Kessler Highlands to see how things looked in the 1920s, '40s, and '90s. Oak Cliff is one of Dallas' oldest established…

  • The Lovely Ladies of Miss Inked 2017
    June 22 at 9:28 a.m. by Sarah Schumacher

    On September 23, twenty tattooed ladies will compete at the House of Blues in Dallas for the title of Miss Inked USA. They will compete for first, second and third place. Take a gander at the contestants before the show. Photos courtesy of…



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