Go Watch A Play Full of Heathens!
Ever since the United Nations came together in 1988 to officially declare Monday “The Worst Day Ever,” popularity for the controversial day of the week has only waned.
“There's just nothing to do,” said Ronald Reagan as he stuffed his face with jellybeans.
And, lo, Monday has suffered.
This, however, is where we at Central Track karate chop you with knowledge (in the face!) and reveal that Monday only sucks slightly more than all of the other days of the week. There are, as every, still plenty of things to do.
Just typically quieter things, is all.
Cool Out Mondays at Gin Mill
Tony Schwa and Adam Pickrell will be playing funk, disco and dance hits. As always, it's free to attend. Also? Drink specials!
Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz at Texas Theater
Every week, teams of self-described geeks get together to drink and answer quiz questions. The real question of this event: Does drinking help the answering process? Find out tonight!
Back in the day, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? was heavily criticized for its profanity and sexual themes. So hop to it, heathens! This play was made just your profanity-loving ears.
Half-Priced Food at Barcadia
Whenever I deal with half-priced food offerings, I simply buy twice as much food just because I can. It's one of those little pleasures in life, like throwing pennies into fountains or getting your roommate evicted.