Draw First Blood.

Talk about bad luck. Former teacher Lakeshia Jones was fired from her school after nude selfies leaked to a bunch of 14-year-old boys.

Here's where it gets shitty: She gave the password to her phone to all of her students in case any of them needed to call home, and when she stepped away from her phone, these boys took the chance to look through her photos and send them out.

It was pretty stupid on her part, granted, but in her defense, she was just trying to be nice.

Week, nice girls finish last. And end up naked on the internet, it seems.

Moral of the story? Don't give your phone password out when you have private photos on it. And don't take any nude selfies at tonight's events because you'll most definitely get kicked out.

Just enjoy the scenery. — Chase Whale

Eric Lindell at Dan's Silverleaf
The immensely talented bluesman has been called a quadruple-threat thanks to the strength of his songwriting chops, virtuosic-yet-tasteful guitar playing, impressive harmonica-blowing skills and a set of soulful pipes that have been compared to folks like the late, great Bobby Womack. Some call that the complete package. — Cory Graves

First Blood at Alamo Drafthouse
Rocky may have shot Stallone to superstardom, but it was First Blood that made him one bad motherfucking action star. If you're not familiar with the title, First Blood is the first in the Rambo series. — CW

Slices for Supplies at Greenville Avenue Pizza Company
Actually, this one's pretty simple: Bring some school supplies go GAPC tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. and be rewarded with a free slice of one-topping pizza for your troubles. — CG

Red Bull Air Race Poland Watch Party at Concrete Cowboy
Next month. Fort Worth's Texas Motor Speedway will host this season's first Red Bull air race in the states. Tonight, though, as the high-speed, low-altitude aerial challenge goes down in Poland, Dallas' Concrete Cowboy will host a watching party where, among other things, attendees can try out an Oculus Rift virtual reality flight simulator. — CG

We've Done it Again: A Mixtape at Margo Jones Theatre
For Sundown Collaborative Theatre's third annual short works festival, nine short plays will run for the next three days at Fair Park's Margo Jones Theatre. Of the broad range of subject matter tackled during the fest, though, we're most excited about Lizard Boy Eats a Dorito, which promises to be “exactly what it sounds like.” — CG

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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