Let’s take a moment to reflect on the marvelous Ms. Lisa Loeb, who performs at the Kessler tonight, May 2.
Just look at her in this video. I would wear that outfit, right now, today. Makeup, glasses, all of it. Also, that was 19 years ago, and her face looks exactly the same.
And now, your weekend:
Friends of Oak Cliff Parks’ workday at Oak Cliff Founders Park is from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 4. Bring spading forks, shovels, clippers and loppers. Wear a hat, gloves, sun block, digging shoes and insect repellent. Water and snacks are provided. Contact Barbara Barbee or Steve Williams for more information.
Oil & Cotton hosts “An Evening of Song,” from 7-9 p.m. Saturday, May 4. Robert Trusko, Jim Doyle, Elliot Liebman, Isabel Crespo and Kurt Zacharias perform. The work is billed as “original art songs and classical works, as well as original folk and pop compositions.” The concert is free, and food and drinks are provided.
The Basement Gallery opens a group show Saturday featuring artists with a focus on graffiti and pop art. The lineup includes: Chris Bingham, Miguel Donjuan, Artist DIY, Cecil III, Hatziel Flores, Christian Millet, Eqnox Ibarra, Mike Moffat, Thornton, Joe Skilz, Nick Kirk and Kevin Gilmore.
The Kings Highway Conservation District hosts its annual silent-auction fundraiser, from 6-9 p.m. Saturday at the Dallas Power & Light Building on South Tyler.
Sunday is the big Oak Cliff Cinco de Mayo celebration. The parade down Jefferson Boulevard starts at 11 a.m. and includes a $1,000 prize for the best float. There will be DJs, vendors and tailgaters on every block. The after-party, at Casa Guanajuato, is from noon-8 p.m. and includes live music, performances from dance troupes, games and a beer garden.
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