Be In The Kitchen Cooking Pies With Your Baby.
Recently, two friends in Mumbai got in a fight after arguing who was the best football (read: soccer) player in the world: Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? From there, things got a little heated.
That's maybe a bit of an understatement. The fight ended with one friend dead, stabbed with a shard of glass, and the other in jail. And they never did figure out who the best football man was.
Oh well, judging by the current popularity of soccer in America, arguments like these aren't something we should have to worry about for a long time.
In the meantime, while you're waiting for the sport to catch on, why not take a stab at one of these pastimes instead?
Fetty Wap, Post Malone at House of Blues (Sold Out)
I still can't tell if people like Fetty Wap ironically or not. He sounds like he's yawning whenever he sings, no? Mid-cities rising star Post Malone opens.
Dark Moon Poetry & Arts: She Speaks History at Wild Detectives
Dark Moon Poetry is a reading event meant for taking thoughts and ideas of discomfort and transforming them for the purpose of empowering women. With it being Women's History Month, this is even more true. The event will have various poets reading including Liz Jones and Tammy Gomez, as well as art and music from Machele.
Endangered Dallas with Preservation Dallas at Dallas Historical Society
Dallas is a city rich with history, and it's important to make sure that history is recognized and preserved, because it's what made us, well, us. Preservation Dallas has put together a list of the most endangered historic places in Dallas, and Nick DeFreece Emery, Preservation Issues Chair for Preservation Dallas, will be speaking on that list and what we can do to help preserve Dallas's history.
Godzilla vs King Kong at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson)
Despite common misconceptions, there is no difference in the endings between the American and Japanese versions of this movie. Who is the winner? Go check out the movie and find out, especially since we're supposed to be getting a remake in a few years.
Hair I Go Again at Texas Theatre
Hair I Go Again follows the path of two friends who had a failed hair rock band in the '80s go down the path of trying to capture fame one more time. Hair metal sucks and always had sucked, but the journey of two middle-aged guys trying one more time to capture glory and become rock stars is an admirable one, and probably worth a watch.
The Art of Compassion with Swami Sarveshananda at Crow Collection of Asian Art
Swami Sarveshananda is a monk of Chinmaya Mission, and head of Chinmaya Mission Worldwide. He aims to encourage and inspire youth across the country with his wisdom. He will be speaking specifically tonight on compassion, caring for others, and how best to implement it in modern society.