Sweep The Leg.
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Not a one.
Just goes to show: You don't need to embrace modern technology in order to rise to one of the most powerful political positions in the country.
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The Karate Kid at Alamo Drafthouse
Our fearless leader loves The Karate Kid so much, he recently wrote 4,400-plus words on the film's final scene for Deadspin. And, tonight, he'll be at the Alamo Drafthouse, introducing the film and geeking out about all the legs getting swept on the big screen. Better yet: The screening's free to attend.
Doro Pesch, Archer, Legacy, Pushed at Trees
In her native Germany, Doro Pesch is a festival-headlining, heavy metal legend that's released 16 hit albums in the past 30 years. Here, she's the former lead singer of Warlock, that one band whose “All Are We” video was in pretty heavy rotation back in '87. Pushed, Legacy and Archer open.
Bad Ass Jazz at The Underpass
It's been a week since the Amsterdam Bar decided to shut 'er down. But the show goes on for jazz master Shelley Carroll and his Bad Ass Jazz weekly. Starting tonight, Dallas' favorite, long-running weekly jazz night moves 500 feet up the street to its new home at The Underpass.
Bull at Wyly Theatre
As seen on Broadway in recent years, this brief office drama from British playwright Mike Bartlett (Cock) depicts a ruthless set of coworkers who turn on each other when downsizing is imminent — even torturing one of their own like a matador toying with, well, you get it. It runs through Saturday, March 14, but tonight you can name your price.
Dave Barry at Highland Park United Methodist Church
You probably read and loved Dave Barry's syndicated humor column in the paper as a kid — and rightly so. His humor is like most dads', but way better. Tonight, he stops through Highland Park for a free, no-RSVP-required talk and signing centered around his new Live Right and Find Happiness (Although Beer is Much Faster) book.
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