On September 10, the Dallas Arboretum kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month by welcoming dozens of young women to model their Quinceañera best. Performers included Selena tribute band Bidi Bidi Banda, as well as cooking demonstrations, food, and other local vendors. The guests strolled the garden to the music of Mariachi Rosas Divinas, the first all-female mariachi band in North Texas. Here were scenes from the day.
The annual design event is back for its fourth year in Dallas.
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Sonia Kilo's Carne Asada Fest quickly became one of the city's most notable festivals, highlighting Latino vendors, cumbia, and bachata. Now comes Cucuy Fest, which will bring DJs, a haunted house, and more to the creepy Sons of Hermann Hall.
By Alex Gonzalez