Where Are My Dragons?!?!
We've never been all that fond of bees. And now that unprovoked swarms of killer bees have begun taken down horses and people alike here in North Texas, we're even more wary.
Can you blame us? Being attacked by thousands of bees at once just sounds terrifying.
If you happen to run into a swarm, remember these tips:
1. Run away quickly. Bees aren't really all that fast, turns out.
2. Don't jump in a pool for safety. Contrary to popular belief bees will swarm and wait.
3. Get inside. Because, y' know, bees can't fly through walls and stuff.
Just don't let the threat of a bee attack stop you from enjoying tonight's events. Do that and the bees win.
Ringling Bros. Block Party at American Airlines Center
Starting tomorrow, Ringling Bros. presents Dragons at American Airlines Center. First, though, they'll kick things off with a fun-filled block party. Do you enjoy watching Shaolin Warriors breaking six-foot wooden poles in one strike? Are you one of the few people not scared shitless by clowns? Do you like to take part in buffets so big they have to be called “Elephant Brunches?” Well, tonight's block party just might be your thing! —Jessica Petrocchi
Dallas Against Ringling Bros. at the American Airlines Center
Does the Ringling Bros. Circus go against everything you stand for as an animal lover? If so, you're encouraged to go the AAC block party tonight, too — just for a different reason, is all. The Animal Connection of Texas (ACT) is calling folks to fight against the circus' widespread animal cruelty. According to the ACT, the Ringling Bros. Circus fails to meet to minimal standard of care for the animals it uses in its exhibitions. The Ringling Bros. protest will take place on the N. Houston Street side of the AAC. —JP
Re-Grand Opening of Remix Tuesday with Party Favor at Plush
L.A. house and trap producer Party Favor presents his return to Remix Tuesdays with a couple of his own party favors up his sleeve tonight. Take your Tuesday up a notch with a 50-foot LED wall and the go-go dancers from Eternal Eden. You'll be up all night to get lucky. —Zoe Mattioli
Crystal Fairy & The Magical Cactus Screening at Magnolia Theater
Has Michael Cera finally evolved from the awkwardly insecure sideman from his Arrested Development/Superbad days into a confident leading man capable of singlehandedly carrying a film? Find out for yourself at tonight's screening of his new hippie-centric, drug-seeking road-trip comedy. Either way, it won't cost you a dime. It's free to attend. —Cory Graves