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Thursday is Looking Thirsty.

With it costing $48,000 to send a single liter of water into space, NASA has developed a system to recycle astronaut’s urine. Pretty gross!

Thank goodness you’re not an astronaut, then. If drinking recycled pee isn’t your thing, here are some less gross options for your Thursday night.

A-Kon at Fort Worth Convention Center
Taking over the Fort Worth Convention Center this weekend North America’s longest running Anime convention is returning to the Metroplex for its 28th year.

The Hood Internet at Club Dada
It isn’t often Dallas gets the chance to experience this Chicago based duo IRL. Whether it’s Future Hendrix x Future Islands or Tyga x Neon Indian, The Hood Internet has spent the last decade creating some of the craziest mashups on the internet and crafting a sound all their own. Doors open at 8.

The Punch Brothers at Granada Theater
Combining traditional jazz with rock ‘n’ roll and a banjo heavy lead, The Punch Brothers have crafted a progressive bluegrass sound all their own. Go for the show, stay for the half-priced bottles of wine next door at Sundown.

Oak Cliff Film Festival 2017
Back for its 6th year, the Oak Cliff Film Festival has quickly established itself as one of the country’s premier regional film festivals. Live music, independent films and free events throughout the Bishop Arts District ensure there is something for everyone.

Jazz in the Park at African American Museum of Dallas
Benefiting the only museum of its kind in the Southwest, Jazz in the Park is the perfect place to relax this Thursday. With performances by The Dallas Jazz Quartet and Candice Miller, you don’t want to miss out on this soulful evening.

USA vs. Trinidad Watch Party at Peticolas Brewing Company
Cheer on the USMNT and work your way through the 16 Peticolas beers on tap.

Paint Party at Texas Ale Project
Paint Party Express will be at the Texas Ale Project taproom with professional artists on hand to help you paint your own masterpiece. It’s all the liquid encouragement you need to bring out your inner Picasso.

 

 

 

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