Slideshows

  • DFW Pride Marches For Black Lives Matter
    June 29 at 2 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Pride protesters marched through the streets of the Oak Lawn neighborhood for Black Lives Matters. Photos by Melissa Hennings

     
  • Celebrating Juneteenth Through Action
    June 22 at 12:14 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Protesters gathered at City Hall on Friday. Marches continued through downtown and ended back at city hall where the crowd was met with hundreds of bikers in celebration of Juneteenth for a unity ride. Photos by Melissa Hennings

     
  • Trump comes to Tulsa. Is the Empire striking back?
    June 21 at 10:48 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    All roads lead to Tulsa...2020 is an election year but with the Coronavirus still in bloom President Trump has been notably absent from the campaign trail, Joe Biden has turned his basement into a political Wayne's World, and the politics of the…

     
  • Dallas Marches On
    June 7 at 10:09 p.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Marchers gathered at Belo Garden Park and peacefully made their way throughout downtown Dallas for the ninth consecutive day. Protesters are demanding justice for those who have lost their lives to police brutality, and for racial equality in our…

     
  • Black Community Unites to Discuss Change
    June 4 at 1:17 p.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Protesters and city leaders gather at Martin Luther King Community Center to discuss ways to improve police and community relations. The gathering comes after days of protesting which was sparked by the death of George Floyd. Photos by Melissa…

     
  • Dallas Rallies for Solidarity in Protest
    May 30 at 8:34 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Demonstrators gathered on Friday to peacefully protest police brutality at Dallas Police Headquarters but after the sun went down, sparks flew and tear gas filled the air.

     
  • Dallas Murals to Brighten These Dark Days
    March 22 at 10:53 p.m. by Andrew Sherman

    It's been a tough go already at home staring at our respective walls. Here are some inspiring murals in Dallas to remind us of the simple beauty that we can experience on our walks outside the house. Photos by Andrew Sherman

     
  • Surreal Empty Spaces: Dallas Catches COVID19
    March 19 at 8:32 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    On a sunny spring afternoon, March 18, 2020, Dallas is a ghost town due to restaurant and business shutdowns from Coronavirus.  By Mike Brooks

     
  • The Last "Picture" Show? Dallas Nightlife as Coronavirus Hits
    March 16 at 8:31 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    Remember when you could park on Elm St. and most of the audience at a show were the other bands? Last night had that vibe. With rumors of even stricter guidelines being put in place, a couple of dozen friends gathered at Three Links to give rock…

     
  • Disco Texas Spins the Hot Tracks
    March 9 at 9:54 a.m. by Karlo X. Ramos

    On Friday night, DJ Blake Ward threw another hot party. Photos by Karlo X. Ramos

     
  • Sugoi Sugar!: Cosplay Rave is Vibrant and Sweet
    March 8 at 2:47 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    Anime and cosplay set the tone for some good times Saturday at the Green Elephant. Don't believe us? Check the pictures. Photos by Mike Brooks

     
  • Vintage Thrifters Find Gold at Dallas Meetup
    March 3 at 3:59 p.m. by Kathy Tran

    On February 29, vintage purveyors brought their wares to a massive thrifting meetup. Photos by Kathy Tran

     
  • Food in Fashion Delights with Delicious Couture
    March 3 at 2:54 p.m. by Kelsey Shoemaker

    The Greater Dallas Restaurant Association hosts its fourth annual charity event at the Virgin Hotels Dallas. Food in Fashion presents twelve designers working with twelve restaurants as well as local culinary schools showcasing their food in a…

     
  • Fat Tuesday Second Line Celebration
    February 25 at 9:53 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    Sure, It's not quite New Orleans. But it's all ours and we love it. The Fat Tuesday parade and jazz at the Free Man is a good way to spend a Fat Tuesday night. Photos by Mike Brooks

     
  • Reverend Horton Heat Brings the Fury with Buttertones, Pinata Protest
    February 24 at 2:27 p.m. by Vera Velma

    Reverend Horton Heat rocked the House of Blues with The Buttertones, Piñata Protest, and Deke Dickerson on Friday. Photos by Vera Velma Hernandez

     
  • Mardi Gras in Oak Cliff
    February 24 at 10:14 a.m. by Melissa Hennings

    Neither rain or street construction can stop this Oak Cliff krewe from their annual Mardi Gras parade. The parade starts at Nova gastropub and goes east on Davis Street and ends in the Bishop Arts District. Photos by Melissa Hennings

     
  • Erykah Badu Birthday Extravaganza
    February 23 at 10:09 a.m. by Mike Brooks

    The party started Saturday night and kept running right into Sunday at the Bomb Factory. Heck, it might still be going. We got pictures. Photos by Mike Brooks

     
  • Double Wide Aces Valentine's with '80s Party
    February 16 at 8:50 a.m. by Andrew Sherman

    The Double Wide crowd went out in full force glam for the '80s party to celebrate Valentine's Day. Photos by Andrew Sherman

     
  • Red Hot Valentine's at Elm Street Tease
    February 15 at 7:53 p.m. by Mike Brooks

    This show was as red hot as a valentine. It got so hot, we couldn't even run the photos. Next time buy a ticket. Photos by Mike Brooks

     
  • Bernie and the Vandoliers Draw Texas Crowds
    February 15 at 11:18 a.m. by Andrew Sherman

    Around 5,000 supporters rallied for Bernie Friday night in Mesquite. The Vandoliers performed making the appearance feel like a show. Bernie is a frontrunner as the democratic nominee and is trying to secure Texas delegates before the March 3 Super…

     

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