Dance On The Moon.
In Minnesota, it's perfectly acceptable to ejaculate on your enemy's food — even if you do it without their knowledge and they unwittingly eat it.
That's what we gather, anyway, from the fact that a man was recently acquitted of said crime, even after owning up to it. Per the judge that presided over the case, the act didn't constitute as a sex crime under Minnesota law, as there was no “intentional touching with seminal fluid or sperm by the actor of the complainant's body or the clothing covering complainant's body.”
Remind us: Why would anyone want to live in such a jizz-covered state as Minnesota again? No one.
A an added bonus, not only is Dallas not all jizzed over, but there's tons going on around town tonight. — Cory Graves
Young Thug & Travi$ Scott at House of Blues
Young Thug has collaborated with T.I., Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane and more. Now, he's touring with Texas-native artist and producer Travi$ Scott. Although Scott is from Houston — not our beloved Dallas — we are proud of him nonetheless, I guess. — Carly Seitz
Dolce Vida at The Magnolia
La Dolce Vita is a controversial 1960 film by Federico Fellini that follows a celebrity gossip journalist through a week of adventures in Rome, complete with orgies and more. In addition to its interesting storyline, the movie is also notable for its costumes, which earned it an Oscar, proving that a movie doesn't have to be a historical period piece to win an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. — CS
Sylvan Esso at Granada Theater (Sold Out)
How quickly electro-pop duo Sylvan Esso's stock has risen. Last summer, the band performed a sold-out show at the Granada, in an opening capacity for Tune-Yards. Now, less than a year later, Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn have sold the thing out themselves. They are pretty amazing, though. And the duo's two biggest hits, “Coffee” and “Play It Right,” are hard not to like. In fact, we fucking love them. — Lauren Rushing
RuPaul's Drag Race: Battle of the Seasons at South Side Music Hall
RuPaul's Drag Race is currently on a live tour and will stop in Dallas this Tuesday. The show's beloved host, RuPaul, will not be in attendance, though. But many other notable queens will be, including Adore Delano, Alaska 5000, Bianca Del Rio, Detox, Ivy Winters, Jinkx Monsoon, Sharon Needles and special guest Cary NoKey. Also, Michelle Visage will host. Pro tip: Bring Chick-fil-a for Detox. — CS
Kodak to Graph at Three Links
Mikey Maleki, the man behind Kodak to Graph, produces experimental electronic music that incorporates found sounds, live instrumentation and more into his sound. He will perform at Three Links tonight along with producers Big Wild and Obesøn. — CS
Big Bad Comedy Show at UT Dallas
Parks and Recreation star Retta, who plays Donna on the show, will be at UT Dallas this Tuesday for the school's annual comedy event, Big Bad Comedy Show. Prashanth Venkataramanujam, winner of the 2010 Great American Comedy Festival, will open. Unfortunately, only UTD students can see the show, but maybe you can, um, use someone else's Comet Card and try to pass as them? — CS
Salim Nourallah, Alex Dezen, Billy Harvey at Vagabond
Salim Nourallah's been holding down a Tuesday night residency at the Vagabond all month long. Tonight, though, he'll also be joined by The Damnwells frontman Alex Dezen and Los Angeles singer-songwriter Billy Harvey. — CG
Della Mae at Dan's Silverleaf
Nashville-based bluegrass outfit Della Mae really started to make a name for itself in 2014, when it pulled down its first Grammy nomination and performed in 15 different countries. The band hasn't, however, named its fanbase yet. And if you donate to the band's current crowd-funding campaign, you can have the honor. In any case, you can catch 'em tonight out in Denton. — CG
Michio Kaku at McFarlin Auditorium (Sold Out)
Master theoretical physicist (he co-founded string field theory, mind you) Michio Kaku will speak at Southern Methodist University this Tuesday as part of SMU's Tate Lecture Series. Kaku is also known for predicting trends affecting business, commerce, finance and technology. Maybe he'll give you some business advice, or maybe he'll confuse the hell out of you with complex physics theories. Who knows? Guess you'll have to go to find out (or get someone sneaky to record the lecture for you if you don't already have a ticket, as the event is sold out). — CS
Game On! at Meyerson Symphony Center
Austin Wintory, the Grammy Award-nominated composer being such popular video game scores as flOw and Journey, will be at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. Jerry Junkin will conduct for the concert. This one is sure to please gamers and music-lovers alike, so don't miss it! — CS
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