Acknowledge The Legend of Paul Slavens.
Mondays, for the most part, can go eff themselves.
Rightfully so: Who wants a Monday around to ruin the greatness that is the weekend? Monday is nothing more than a speed bump on the road to life.
Then, of course, there is the opposite perspective: Mondays are the kickstart to our lives, the lifeblood of the work week, the whip that cumulatively turns the following four work days into a championship thoroughbred.
Central Track chooses not to take sides on the matter that is Monday. For Mondays, they will forever exist. And there is nothing one can do to change that fact.
All one can do is accept it.
Paul Slavens at The Crown and Harp
Are we the only ones who see a shining beacon of light in The Crown & Harp of late? Surely not. But the venue is indeed serving a niche, bringing high-quality shows to the great, perhaps forgotten Lower Greenville strip. Tonight continues that trend as the great Paul Slavens (Ten Hands, KXT) takes to the venue's stage, ready to improvise a song, the title of which is your choosing, for all of a dollar per selection. Dude's a genius.
Cradle of Filth at the House of Blues
Don't bother going to the House of Blues tonight. This metal show's been canceled.
Katy Trail Social Run at Relativity Outdoors
Run the Katy Trail, get 30 percent off at this promising local retailer.
Scaraoke at Double Wide
Mr. Rid has been hosting scaraoke across Dallas longer than most of y'all have been legally able to drink. To wit: Name another karaoke night where one can be berated for singing too mainstream a Replacements track.
Adam Faucett, RTB2 and Thomas Wynn & The Believers at Dan's Sliverleaf
Come to see the headlining, Arkansas-based singer-songwriter Faucett. Stay and wonder why local opener RTB2 never leaves town on similar tours.