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It’s been 20 years and counting since we’ve been waiting for a Space Jam sequel. And while we’re still waiting on that Lebron James-starring Space Jam 2 to hit theaters, Space Jam 3 is already here. It’s a short Anime flick starring Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin.

Something you don’t have to wait for any longer is the official word on what’s going down tonight, August 2, 2016. That’s available right now, just below this very sentence. — Cory Graves

Rich the Kid & Famous Dex at Gas Monkey Live
Although neither made the cut for XXL‘s 2016 Freshmen Class series, both have created a sizable buzz in the underground hip-hop scene. If you enjoy grimy, street certified tales of heathenry, this is the show for you. Leave those straps, we’ve had enough violence here as of late. — Sidney Johnson

Top 8 Tuesday at The Prophet Bar
Ah, the days of EMO rock are swirling when talking about this monthly, MySpace-era party. Listen to some Drake before going and be sure to put that lip ring back in. Swoop-bangs optional. — SJ

9 to 5 at The Magnolia
Starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton, this witty farce tears into the male-dominated patriarchy and turns it on its head. The film involves three office workers who share a deep seeded resentment towards their sexist boss — general hijinks ensue. — Calvin Cashen

Tuesday Night Trash: The Barbarians at Texas Theatre (Free)
In this piece of action-acked ’80s trash, the muscle-headed Barbarian Brothers play — get this! — The Barbarians, a film that critic Donald C Willis once lauded for having “the refreshingly unpretentious tone of a TV beer commercial.” It’s even twins. — CG

Pour Yourself Into History at Community Beer Co.
The Historical Society aims to preserve Dallas’ storied heritage through interactive tours and exhibits. Jamie Fulton, Community’s head brewer, will lead a tour covering Dallas’ sprawling brewery history. Happy hour is right around the corner. — CC

Los Wedos at Dan’s Silverleaf
Push the tables aside and lace ’em up tight for this night of salsa dancing to a live band. — CG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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