Have a Rill, Rill Good Time.
Forget everything you thought you knew about mythical beasts: British scientists say they've finally solved the mystery of the yeti. Yes, it is real, they say. And, somewhat anticlimactically, they say the elusive creature is just a weird crossbreeding of a polar bear and brown bear.
Well, at least now that all that's settled, we can all go back about our business as usual. Next up on the agenda? Getting a jumpstart on this week's big plans.
Texas Veggie Fair at Reverchon Park
More fun than you can shake a [vegan corndog] stick at.
Wil Wheaton vs Paul & Storm at Granada Theater
Let your nerd flag fly.
J. Cole at Verizon Theatre
The “J” stands for Jermaine.
And So I Watch You From Afar at Dada
So many guitars.
Jean Grae at Elm Street Bar
The rapper, not the telekinetic from the X-Men.
White Mystery at Bryan Street Tavern
Spewin' blood and venom.
How the West Was Won at Magnolia Theatre
The mightiest adventure ever filmed.
Hey Marseilles at Dada
Find me someone to love.
Danny Church Band at Renfield's Corner
Kicking off the new fall music series in Uptown.
Sandra Bernhard at Kessler Theater
Performing her new one-woman show.
Atlas Genius at House of Blues
When it was now.
That '60s Show at Kettle Art
A '60s-themed art show, duh.
Aries Spears at Arlington Improv
He was the second longest-serving MADtv cast member.
Mellowhigh at Dada
Featuring Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis and Left Brain of Odd Future.
@dadboner at Sons of Hermann Hall
Not just for Twitter any more.
Tim Kasher at Three Links
Where's your heart lie?
Critical Mass at Main Street Garden Park
Get on your bikes and ride.
Whitney Cummings at House of Blues
Love you, mean it.
South by So What at LaGrave Field
Fest out at DFW's other minor league ballpark.
Senor Fin at Dan's Silverleaf
Celebrating the release of a new album.
Jason Aldean at Gexa Energy Pavilion
My kinda party.
Surfer Blood at Trees
Blues, Bandits and BBQ at Kid Springs Park
How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?
Sleigh Bells at Granada Theater
Have a heart.
Cover photos via Sleigh Bells' Facebook page.