Come Full Circle.

As you could imagine, there's an infinite amount of ways to celebrate Pi Day. You could eat pie, you go throw pie, you could bake pie. You could attempt to write all the numbers of Pi. You could attend a super smart convention of mathematical geniuses to discuss all sorts of yummy ways to bake a Pi.

Wait, that's just pie. However you decide to celebrate this quasi-holiday, do it with love in your heart and in your belly. Or, y'know, just eat some pie. — Roberto Aguilar

Waxahatchee at Deep Vellum Books (Sold Out)
Waxahatchee is the indie music project by singer/songwriter Katie Crutchfield. She gained a lot of notoriety after the release of Cerulean Salt in 2012, and received massive acclaim for the follow-up album, Ivy Tripp. The music is very '90s-esque in a great way. Crutchfield's voice is unique and instantly recognizable and she's one of the better songwriters in music right now. —Paul Wedding

Wolfmother at Granada Theater
All hail Wolfmother! The band has been praised from Pitchfork to Rolling Stone as saviors of rock 'n' roll. With its raw, heavy and brutal style akin to the glory days of Black Sabbath and Exodus, that sentiment isn't completely unfathomable. The L.A. rock duo, Deap Valley, opens this glorious show. — RA

CFM, Talisco at Crown and Harp
Here's yet another rad show put on by King Camel featuring four very different bands. CFM is Charles Moohart's personal project that has the same California garage-psych sound he has helped cultivate with Ty Segall. Visiting from France is Talisco, a band that has a sound that is pretty hard to pinpoint. They revolve between Americana, '80s synth, modern indie-pop to who knows what else. The two local bands on the bill are the up-and-coming Siamese and the always fun Curvette. — RA

Buffy the Vampire Slayer at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson)
Most are familiar with the television series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, about a teenage girl who is chosen to slay vampire booty, but you have to get familiar with the 1992 movie as well. Both are directed by the venerable Joss Whedon and feature some attractive and popular actors. Check this out: Donald Sutherland, Hillary Swank, Paul Reubens and David Arquette have to play second fiddle to Kristy Swanson and Luke Perry. That's right 90210's Dylan has a major role in this movie. So dreamy. — RA

Bonnie and Clyde at Alamo Drafthouse (Dallas)
Bonnie and Clyde is one of the best stories ever told, and one of the best movies to boot. Directed by Arthur Penn in 1967, it stars Warren Beatty as Clyde Barrow and Faye Dunaway as Bonnie Parker. The movie itself was very cutting-edge as far as movie violence and sexuality goes. If you're a fan of revisionist westerns and/or Dallas history, this is a great film to watch. Plus, it influenced one of Serge Gainsbourg coolest songs. — RA

VVOES, Sharkmuffin at Lola's Saloon
Not to be confused with Seattle pop punkers Tacocat, which just headlined one of the stages at this past weekend's 35 Denton fest, Brooklyn's Sharkmuffin is another lady-centric glam-punk brand that combines a completely different aquatic animal and snack food. Fellow Brooklynites Dead Stars open, and Fort Worth's own VVOES headlines this uber cheap Monday show. — Cory Graves

$3.14 Slices at GAPCo
It's March 14, aka Pi Day, aka the magical time of year where perfectly mathematically-proportioned slices of Greenville Avenue Pizza Co.'s pie's — get it?! — are just $3.14. Ah, everything's coming full circle. — CG

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