Come On Over.
Didn't quite finish that second pot of coffee this morning? All is not lost. Before you toss out those grounds or leftover brew, you should know that there's more than a dozen ways to recycle that shit, from home repairs to cleaning and art projects.
Basically, there's no excuse to let it go to waste.
Speaking of recycling: Y'know all that leftover energy you have from not giving this past weekend all you had? There's ways to get the most out of that, too – a few of which we've laid out below.
So go ahead and upcycle your Monday with a real sense of vigor. — Cory Graves
Shania Twain at American Airlines Center
One of the world's top female recording artists in the '90s, with about 85 million albums sold, Shania Twain's perfect blend of pop and female-centric country made the singer a huge household name. But after her husband left her for her former best friend, Twain vowed she'd never sing again. Now, several years later, and after marrying her former BFF's ex-husband, Twain's back on top and back in town for one final hurrah. She's calling this one her farewell tour. — Diamond Victoria
Anthony Raneri at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill (Free)
Anthony Raneri is the lead vocalist of the punk band Bayside. But he has also put out some, somewhat gentler, solo stuff, too. Without his usual backing band, Raneri's sound is a bit more folksy, with just his voice and an acoustic guitar. He started doing solo tours because when his band is taking a break, he wants to keep going. And that's just what he's doing here for this one. — DV
Cheap Haircuts, Odd Folks at The Prophet Bar
Denton's Cheap Haircuts have songs named after both Weezer's Blue Album and Elton John, though they don't necessarily sound like either one of those things. Lead vocalist Mitchell McDonough sounds more like Tom DeLonge fronting a piano-driven version of Blink 182. The band heads up a plus-sized pop punk bill in Prophet's big room that also includes Odd Folks, Rotisserie Chickens, Corusco and John Pankey. — CG
AGFA Secret Screening at Alamo Drafthouse (Free)
Once a month Alamo Drafthouse will hold screenings of rare 35mm prints — everything from b-movies to classics. The thing is, you won't know what movie they'll be showing that night until the lights dim and the projectors start rolling. Good, bad, or otherwise, though, your tickets won't cost a thing. — CG
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