Say You're Sorry.

This has always been a hilarious (but sometimes, serious) topic of debate: does size really matter? The answer in this case: Hell yes.

A guy who was blessed with the awesome name Herbert O is being accused by a mother of flashing her daughter when delivering a package a while back. His lawyer and wife are fighting back, saying his, um, member is not big enough to do such a thing. So the court will be measuring to see if he's too short to flash anyone.

Silly Germans.

Whatever your do, keep your pants on at tonight's events. — Chase Whale

Crosby, Stills & Nash at Verizon Theatre
Folk rock supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash began its Hall of Fame career in the summer of '69, one of its first live performances coming at Woodstock. As Stephen Stills so famously quipped at the beginning of that set: “This is only the second time we've performed in front of people. We're scared shitless.” Forty-five years later, we imagine playing in front of people in mid-sized amphitheaters has become old hat. — Cory Graves

Jesse McCartney at House of Blues
After shelving his first attempt at a fourth back in 2011, and putting his music on hold for a bit to focus on his acting career, Jesse McCartney's recently-released In Technicolor is just the sort of pop-soul effort needed to help the former tween idol transition into the type of grownup musician adults can start to finally take seriously. — CG

OneRepublic at Gexa Energy Pavilion
Since the mid-aughts OneRepublic has released a steady stream of radio hits while at the same time maintaining a somewhat shockingly low profile. 2007's “Apologize,” — which was notably remixed by Timbaland and included on his Shock Value album — was, for a time, the best selling digital download of all time, and hit No. 1 in 16 different countries. It certainly doesn't hurt that Ryan Tedder, the band's primary songwriter, has also penned huge hits for Adele, Kelly Clarkson and Maroon 5, among others. — CG

Granada Theater Social Media Happy Hour at Sundown
Before Blake Ward kicks off the final night of his Sundown residency much deeper into the evening, the Granada's social media team will hold a happy hour event that includes free flatbreads, half-price booze and ticket giveaways to upcoming Granada shows. — CG

Dia de los Toadies Happy Hour at Three Links
Have you ever toasted a can of Martin House's Rubberneck Red with a member of the Toadies? Here's your chance, as Vaden and Rez will be hanging out from 5 to 7 p.m. offering up a few giveaways as well as discounted tickets to next month's Dia de los Toadies festival. — CG

Blake Ward's Final Showdown at Sundown
Blake Ward has been manning The Showdown At Sundown for over a year but with his residency coming to an end it's time to come to terms with the gaping hole our late Tuesday nights will have in them with him gone. Well, not gone gone: you can still catch him breaking down the Beauty Bar every Saturday night with is sick mixes. That being said, The Showdown at Sundown will be missed without him. Swing by tonight at 11 p.m. for one final hurrah and enjoy the half-priced draft special while you're at it. — Chris Escarfullery

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