That’s right folks, we just had an ice storm that closed the city down in March. Welcome to Texas. Spring is right around the corner and the evenings are warming up to the point where you might aught (EDITOR'S NOTE: Seriously, Glen?) to walk to the square for dinner rather than drive. The evenings are about to get long and right when you thought you couldn’t get any busier, you lose an hour this Saturday night. The hash-tagged photos have been great to look through for our What We Did post on Monday mornings, so keep it up. Spring Break is right around the corner.
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Friday, March 7th
Reception for Brandit-Popmart | UNT On The Square | 5PM
This is the reception for the "POPaganda" art installation that UNT Visual Art and Design students have made by using installations created by Ron English, UNT's visiting artist. The work will be on display at UNT on the Square through March 8th.
Baptist Generals / Tony Ferraro + The Satans of Soft Rock / Cornhole / Bad Design / Brent Best | Rubbergloves | 7PM | $10
Mad World celebrates it’s three year anniversary with two fantastic nights of music.
Denton Spoken Word Collective Spring Show | J&J’s | 8:30PM
Friday Night Live 2.0 | Hailey’s | 9PM | NO COVER BEFORE 11PM
AV the Great and co. rock Hailey's.
The Spring Standards / Kaela Sinclair | Dan’s Silverleaf | 9PM | $10
Saturday, March 8th
The Reds / John Wesley Coleman / Old Warhorse / Radioactivity / Dim Locator | Rubbergloves | 7PM | $10
Spiderweb Salon Creative Showcase | J&J’s | 11:30 | $5
Sunday, March 9th
Daniel Folmer & The Designated Drivers / Cale Tyson / Cozyhawks | Rubbergloves | 7PM | $5
Tuesday, March 11th
Band-Aid Drive | Mulberry St. Cantina | 4PM
Bring your band-aids and a thirst for some tequila. Mulberry St. Cantina is asking people to bring in fun band-aids that they're gathering for ill children at John Hopkins.