Bastille on Bishop is from 6-10 tonight, Thursday July 14.
It’s “Crispin Glover weekend” at the Texas Theatre. The eccentric actor, who is best known as McFly in the “Back to the Future” movies, performs his “Big Slide Show” Friday and Saturday. Glover narrates illustrated books, which are projected onto a screen. Each performance is totally different, and they are followed by his films: “It’s Fine! Everything is Fine.” on Friday and “What is it?” Saturday. The theater also is screening a 35 mm print of “River’s Edge” Saturday and Sunday.
The Kessler Theater has Soul Track Mind Friday and David Garza and Twang-Twang Shock-a-Boom with Suzanna Choffel Saturday.
Art Conspiracy’s “Better Gnomes and Gardens” party is from 7 p.m.-midnight Friday at Sons of Hermann Hall.
Cliff Notes hosts its last kids’ story time of the month at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The independent book store is moving a few doors down and will resume regular story times when they’re settled.
The neighborhood’s newest (first?) wine shop, Chelsmati’s Wine Market, hosts a grand opening party with snacks and wine tastings Saturday.
A grand opening party for Oak Cliff fashion designer Tracy Popken’s Salvage House boutique starts at 6 p.m. Saturday.
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