Take Your Life with AFI.
In traditionally slow periods for concerts and such — like the one we're currently experiencing, for instance — it's not unusual to find one's self getting into a bit of trouble.
Hey, we get it: You were bored; how could you not drive around masturbating in public while holding pieces of cheese?
Just remember that, if things do get out of hand tonight, there's always one method of evading arrest: Climb the nearest tree and pretending to be an owl.
Also, try to keep in mind that owls say “who” and not “I'm an owl.”
The devil's in the details.
AFI at House of Blues
It would be interesting to find out how many hundreds of times these California horror punks have been misidentified as goth punks over the years. To be fair, though, this band's dark fashion and intermittent glam influences have indeed played a huge role in how the band has been perceived by both fans and the press alike in its going on 23 years together. But AFI just keeps on trucking: Back in September, the group released its ninth album, a grandiose effort full of personal struggles that none of the band's members have yet to really open up about in interviews. Likewise, frontman Davey Havok introduced his ninth new hairstyle. — Cory Graves
Two-Year Anniversary at Sundown
Last week, the health-conscious Lower Greenville spot introduced a new organic and non-GMO menu. For an encore, they'll be serving up half-priced salads and dollar bottled beers — some 50 varieties — for the next four days while celebrating its second anniversary this week. — Pete Freedman
AGFA Secret Screening at Alamo Drafthouse
Once a month, Alamo Drafthouse will hold screenings of rare 35mm prints — featuring everything from b-movies to classics. Thing is, these secret screenings are like a box of chocolates: You never know what you're gonna get until the lights dim and the projectors start rolling. Good, bad or otherwise, though, your tickets won't cost a thing. — CG
Juror No. 10: The Trial of Jack Ruby at King of Glory Lutheran Church
Going on two months after the big #JFK50 hoopla finally passed, Dallas still isn't completely done throwing special events concerning President Kennedy's assassination. Fifty years after the fact, 91-year-old J. Waymon Rose will recount memories from the 47-page diary he kept while serving as the final juror selected for the 1964 Jack Ruby murder trial. — CG
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.