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Can you match the Friends episode title to the correct season? Can you guess the movie from the house? Can you guess the Pokemon based on its Pokedex entry? Can you identify the Disney princess based on these emojis?
If you can do any or all of these things, there's a good chance you've spent way too much time at home watching Netflix, playing video games and texting of late. If you're up for a little change of pace, there's some fun things to do around town tonight that aren't in your living room.
Don't worry. There won't be a quiz on this later. — Cory Graves
Dromez, Filth at Rubber Gloves
In exploration of gruesome, unearthly sounds is Dromez, a former Texan, turned Ohioan whose efforts in noise are proclaimed the finest this great country has to offer. All the while this one also serves as Filth's homecoming performance. Feel the mid-summer burn and exhaust every ounce of your body in this House Of Tinnitus- hosted event. — Evan Henry
Shakespeare in the Bar Presents: A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Wild Detectives (Free)
Of late troupes of drunken actors with clever names like ShakesBEER and Shotspeare have been staging informal productions of the bard's work in watering holes all over the country. Sacrilege you say? Perhaps not so much. As this Wall Street Journal piece on the phenomenon points out, wine and ale were often consumed all day long in Shakespeare's day, meaning the original staging of A Midsummer Night's Dream was probably in front of a crowd of drunk folks, too. — CG
Master of the Mic at The Boiler Room
Local emcees Alsace Carcione, Mac Rockstar, Bobby Fisha, Brandon O-Soul Medlock, Jahshua Tree, Terrence T Lindsey, Blessed Lo, Jon ThÉ™ory, Izk Davies and MA'AT will verbally duke it out in order to prove their mic supremacy and earn a chance to move on to the third round of this ongoing competition. — CG
Terminator Double Feature at Alamo Drafthouse
Come with me if you want to live it up tonight, with an opportunity to catch the first two Terminator movies for one ticket price. And on the eve of Terminator Genysis' release, no less. — CG
DOAP at Crown and Harp (Free)
Upstairs at Crown and Harp, DJ's Redsean and Colly T present DOAP, an evening free of both rules and genres, and where tonight's special guests will be the Trillwave boys. The only goal here is to dance, in whatever way that pleases you most. This one goes down 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. every week, and there's never a cover. Just dancing. Lots and lots of dancing. — EH
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