Get More Sugar With Picnictyme At Independent Bar & Kitchen, Catch A Screening Of The Princess Bride At The Angelika And Jam With Tree, Ursa Minor And Covan Treez At Three Links.
Believe it or not, Central Track has been going strong for (almost) six years now.
Seriously. It hasn’t always been the easiest road to travel — this journalism thing we do — but it’s fun and challenging. And we write really cool stories (we think) that a lot of people seem to enjoy. If they didn’t — well, we wouldn’t be around. But anyway, we’re celebrating six years of Central Track at the Granada Theater come May 5.
Local talents The Texas Gentlemen, The Gritz, Medicine Man Revival, Blue, The Misfit. and Picnictyme will be joining us on stage to party and celebrate us going strong. And of course, you’re invited as well!
So there’s that to look forward to next month. Be sure to mark it in your calendars and we’re looking forward to seeing you there. We will for sure remind you when that date comes around. For now, though, there’s today to get through and we’ve got some of the coolest stuff to get up to tonight.
Beginner Hip Hop at Arts Mission Oak Cliff
Find your groove with instructor Valerie Martinez. The class kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and runs for about an hour. You can pay $15 for tonight’s class or drop $50 to attend the entire month. Don’t forget to stretch.
Tree (A.I.) at Three Links
Enjoy the sounds of these all local outfits for free tonight at Three Links. Don’t forget to tip your bartenders.
The Princess Bride at Angelika Film Center
You know the story. Princess Buttercup is set to wed Prince Humperdink, but not if her love Wesley has anything to say about it. Of course, standing in his way of rescuing her are a giant, a highly trained swordsman and rodents of an unusual size. Screening starts at 7 p.m.
Manzanar: Wartime Photography of Ansel Adams at Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance
This exhibition showcases the work of iconic photographer Ansel Adams as he captured the treatment of Japanese-Americans who were placed at internment camps in California from 1933-1934. Admission to the museum costs $10.
New Math Monday’s at Off The Record
Join JT Donaldson, Ben Hixon and special guests every Monday from 9 p.m. ’til last call for some fresh tunes.
More Sugar with Picnictyme at Independent Bar & Kitchen
Make the start of your week as sweet as possible by joining local DJ Picnictyme at this weekly event where you can get shots of Crown for $3 and just ease into the week with good jams and an even better buzz.
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our event directory.
Cover image via Daxis on Flickr.