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On any given year, roughly half the population of the U.S. tunes in to watch the Super Bowl.
So there's a greater than zero chance that your plans for this evening are already in the books –even if they just mostly revolve around eating finger foods and live-tweeting the game's commercials.
But what to do the rest of the week?
There are really only two ways to go from here: Heed Punxsutawney Phil's warning and hole up for the remaining six weeks of winter or just say “fuck it” and get the ball rolling on an early spring of your own.
Freezing rain be damned, there's a lot going on this week.
Super Party at Granada Theater
It's Seahawks vs. Broncos on the big screen.
The Super Browls at Dan's Silverleaf
The annual live arena rock half time show.
Malcolm Gladwell at McFarlin Auditorium
Learn to battle giants.
Drank and Drawl at Mudsmith
I like to do drawrings.
Layzie Bone at Hailey's
Bone, bone, bone, bone, bone, bone.
Show Your Shorts at Texas Theatre
Hey, it's where we discovered The Bad!
Ghost the Musical at Fair Park Music Hall
Time can do so much.
Futurebirds at Dada
Don't forget your Virginia Slims.
Superchunk, Waxahatchee at Trees
I hate music.
Wick-It the Instigator at Trees
Mashups: Still a thing.
Bernadette Peters at Meyerson Symphony Center
Belting out the best of Broadway.
'80s Night at Hailey's
Come on, Eileen.
Yuck at Trees
Glow and behold.
Nick Earl Trio at Twilite Lounge
Featuring members of The Polyphonic Spree.
Jessie Frye at Lola's
Celebrating the release of her new LP.
Catamaran at Dada
Celebrating the release of their debut EP.
Curtis Heath Benefit at The Live Oak
With The Baptist Generals, Theater Fire, and more.
The Fibs at The Where House
Celebrating the release of their debut album.
The Family Piano at AllGood Cafe
It's Trey Johnson from Sorta's latest venture.
Lumberjack Festival at Dan's Silverleaf
Featuring a homecoming Spooky Folk gig.
Print This at WAAS Gallery
Featuring the work of legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser.