Mind Your Biscuits.
Few things are more infuriating than trying to order an Egg McMuffin after the breakfast cutoff. Soon, though, that'll be a thing of the past.
Starting on October 6, McDonald's will begin serving breakfast all day.
Then we can all stop living in fear that, if we go out any given night, we'll end up staying out too late, and therefore miss out on hash brown town.
It's an even bigger relief considering how much cool stuff there always is going on. — Cory Graves
Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical at Wyly Theatre
Like Kacey Musgraves' new music video and theme of her current tour, Moonshine revives the corn-fed brand of humor made popular by '70s variety show Hee Haw. Coincidentally, this musical's lyrics were written, in part, by Musgraves' go-to co-writer Shane McAnally, too. So you know it'll be good. It starts tonight and runs through October 11. — CG
Bar Politics at Small Brewpub
Bar Politics, Dallas' own hyper-local version of The Daily Show with booze in the mix, is on a short tour run. The event on the first of the month took place at Ten Bells Tavern. On the second, it took over Small Brew Pub. And finally, the third and final run takes place on the third at Wild Detectives. Tonight's show features the host, Josh Kumler, Patrick Kennedy, founder of A New Dallas Brandon Castillo, President of the Dallas Homeowners League, and a performance from jazz/hip hop quintet Spenser Liszt & His Disciples! — H. Drew Blackburn
Vice Palace Presents: Cygnus, Melting Season at Sundown (Free)
When asked by the folks at Sundown if Vice Palace could put on a locally intriguing, experimental line-up, the Vice Palace mastermind himself, Art Peña, reached out to both Cygnus and Melting Season who individually push the limits of chill, beat-driven electronic sounds in a almost-orgasmic way. It's one last chance to catch an intensifying set from Cygnus before he hits the road with Autechre. — Evan Henry
The Labyrinth at Sundown (Free)
Sarah has 13 hours to save her little brother, Toby, from the Goblin King, Jareth. Can she do it? Well, I think its safe to say we all know the answer to that. But revisit Labyrinth tonight anyway at Sundown at Granada. Because David Bowie. — Diamond Victoria
Masters of the Mic IV at The Grotto
In an attempt to crown the best wordsmith in North Texas, we've got an emcee competition. Rappers from Dallas, Fort Worth and Denton have been competing for bragging rights. This marks the fourth round in Fort Worth. Soon enough we'll have a king and as we all know, there can only be one. — HDB
Panel: Trails In Dallas at Dallas Center For Architecture
A bunch of trails are popping up in Dallas. This is cause for a discussion. Join Elissa Hoaglund (HRA Advisors), Nicholas Jung (Boka Powell), Tony Ruggeri (Co-CEO, Republic Property Group), Wayne Smith (President, Friends of Katy Trail), Karla Weaver (Program Manager, North Central Texas Council of Governments) and moderator Chris Crawford, (President, RVi Planning + Landscape Architecture), for a panel discussion on all these Dallas trails at the Dallas Center For Architecture. — HDB
The Harlis Sweetwater Band at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill (Free)
While Harlis Sweetwater's band doesn't reinvent the wheel by any stretch, fans of acts like ZZ Top likely won't care much. Hell, that band's been putting out the same record for decades now. And while you could always just wait and catch the actual Tres Hombres when they hit the Music Hall at Fair Park later this week, it'll certainly cost you much more than tonight's free offering. — CG
Bilal x Jam Session at Prophet Bar
The always-great Wednesday night hip-hop/neo-soul/R&B/jazz fusion jam session at the Prophet Bar adds a little extra punch to its flurry of activity tonight as Philadelphian/Soulquarian Bilal, who seems to make a point of hitting this event every time he's in town, returns to the festivities as part of his latest tour. It will be very live. You'll tell all your friends about it at work tomorrow. They'll be way jealous. — Pete Freedman
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