Guess Who's Knockin'.

Last week, for National Polar Bear Day, a zoo in Japan posted this YouTube video of one of its polar bears being awesome.

And while, sure, National Polar Bear Day has come and gone at this point, there's plenty we can still learn from this happy-go-lucky little dude — like how, given little more than a cruddy yellow pool noodle and an old Hippity Hop, he makes the most of his situation and comes up with all sorts of fun new games to entertain himself.

Finding ways to keep yourself busy this week, turns out, is much easier than even that. Unlike Mr. Polar Bear, you've got the following list of activities to entertain yourself. You've got little excuse, then, not to take a page out of the bear's playbook and make the most of your week.

Sunday (3.1)
Bull at Wyly Theatre
Pay what you can.

Goonies & Stand By Me Double Feature at Granada Theater
Hey, you guys.

Import Face-Off Drift Demo at Texas Motorplex
If you ain't outta control, you ain't in control.

Monday (3.2)
Secret Screening at Alamo Drafthouse
You never know what you're going to get.

Shadows of Liberty at Texas Theatre
Fight the powers that be.

Texas Independence Day Bar Crawl at Oak St. Drafthouse
Give me Rahr & Sons pint glasses, or give me death.

Tuesday (3.3)
Tuesday Night Jazz at Small Brewpub

A Place to Bury Strangers at Dada
Make some noise.

Tuesday Night Trash: Decoder at Texas Theatre
With a Show Your Shorts night to follow.

Wednesday (3.4)
Fleetwood Mac at American Airlines Center
Go your own way.

Fifth Harmony at South Side Music Hall (Sold Out)
Worth it.

Celebrity Spelling Bee at Dallas City Performance Hall
Use it in a sentence.

Craft Spells at Dada
One for the ages.

Thursday (3.5)
Kyle Kinane at Sons of Hermann Hall
Shoot for third.

Above and Beyond at South Side Ballroom
Count down the days.

Jon Gnarr at Turner House
Reading from/signing copies of The Indian.

OG Maco at The Prophet Bar
U guessed it.

Records Collecting Dust at Texas Theatre
A documentary film about the music and records that changed our lives.

Larry g(EE) Music Video Premiere at Three Links
With a TRL-style countdown hosted by Mark Schectman.

Waka Flocka Flame at Rockin Rodeo
Rage the night away.

Friday (3.6)
Bo Burnham at Majestic Theatre (Sold Out)
Words, words, words.

Everything Is Terrible at Texas Theatre
If everything is terrible, then nothing is.

Ellis Hall Plays Ray Charles at Meyerson Symphony Center
You got the right one, baby.

North Texas Irish Festival at Fair Park
Get lucky.

Ryan Bingham, Lucero at South Side Ballroom
The weary kind.

Wild Tapes Grand Opening/Listening Party at The Wild Detectives
Take that, rewind it back.

Two-Year Anniversary Party (Round One) at Three Links
With Dead Flowers, The Roomsounds, Natural Anthem, Dead Mockingbirds.

Saturday (3.7)
Lisa Lampanelli at Majestic Theatre
Classing up the place.

Electric 6 at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
I wish this song was louder.

Bayside at Gas Monkey Live
Sick, sick, sick.

Alley Cat Bike Race at Main Street Garden Park
Win tickets to Spillover Fest.

Paletas and Bicicletas at Kidd Springs Park
Ride or die.

Kevin James at Verizon Theatre
The king is in the building.

Chili Cook-Off at Lee Harvey's
Chill out.

All Out Trinity at Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
Yoga your way into the Guinness Book.

“Sudarium” at CentralTrak
Art between the sheets.

Two-Year Anniversary (Round Two) at Three Links
With Lower Class Brats, The Gorehounds, Brief Lives, Sniper 66, Rude King, Threes Away and ASS.

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