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Velvet Goldmine at Alamo Drafthouse (Cedars)
Velvet Goldmine takes you into the world of glam rock, with a story about a journalist who hunts down Bowie-esque pop star Brian Slade to find out what happened to him after he faked his murder and fell off the map. The movie won an Academy Award for “Best Costume Design,” too. — Carly Seitz

ArtCon 12 Thank You Party at Double Wide
For 12 years now, Dallas’ Art Conspiracy event has combined the worlds of art, music and philanthropy into one of the city’s most engaging and appealing charitable affairs. This year was no different. And at this thank you party, they’ll be presenting Music Is Our Weapon — an organization focused on using the power of music as a medicine and form of natural healing in terms of improving overall quality of life – a great big check. — Breanna Loose

Thin Line Taco Tuesday at Mulberry Street Cantina
Pretty simple, eat some tacos, and a portion of the sales go to help nonprofit film festival Thin Line Fest put on its annual event. — CG

Girls Night Out Presents: The Show at Andy’s Bar
Nothing to see here. Well, no clothes, anyway. Just two hours of buff men stripping all Magic Mike style. — CG

Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson)
Fun fact: This low-budget 1986 horror flick stars 8-year-old Backstreet Boy AJ McLean. — CG

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