According to some very reliable sources, believe you me, some archaeologists digging in Austria recently found evidence that some time-travelling aliens left behind their planet's version of an old Nokia brick phone 800 years ago.
And that's not all these very busy aliens were up to back then. Over the weekend, we discovered those little green guys also left behind a well-preserved list of things to do in Dallas on January 4, 2016, all carved into a mysterious clay tablet.
Yeah, that's something that happened.
Outward Bound Mixtape Sessions at RBC (Free)
Tonight at the re-revamped RBC — it stands for Rhythm Beats Culture this time around –new owner Moody Fuqua brings over some of the familiar weeklies and whatnots he helped cultivate at the Crown and Harp in recent years. Tonight marks the first Outward Bound Mixtape Sessions in its new home, which gets off to a nice start with performances from The Azukiwashers, Baby Blood and Kent Evans.
J. Scott Brownlee at The Wild Detectives (Free)
Philadelphia-based writer J. Scott Brownlee returns to his birth state to promote his new poetry collection, Requiem for Used Ignition Cap, a copy of which you can pick up tonight at this Oak Cliff coffee/book shop.
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.
Experimental Short Films and Live Music at Yellow Rose Art House
Seattle psych rocker Marion Walker brings her intimate “Cheers to the Demons” tour to Dallas gallery space Yellow Rose Art House (inside Deep Ellum's Mill River Arts). Not just a rock show, this night of film and music features short videos from artists Adnan Naseem Khan, Alisa Eykilis, Danielle Georgiou, and Robert Anthony and live music from DFW synth man Kevin England.