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Austin's got its Stevie Ray Vaughan statue. It's about time for Dallas to have its own work commemorating the Oak Cliff native who changed the way people hear the blues guitar. This fundraiser -- with performances from Smokin' Joe Kubek, Jim Suhler, and more -- will go toward that noble cause.
City Council members Scott Griggs and Angela Hunt join regular Bar Politics host Josh Kumler for a talk about housing and development, specifically the controversial development plans in the Bishop Arts District (making Wild Detectives a particularly apt venue).
Orson Welles died years before he hit his 100th birthday, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the filmmaker's centennial without him. Across four days, Magnolia at the Modern will screen Citizen Kane, Touch of Evil, and many of Welles' other classic joints. Go here for a full schedule.
David Bowie dabbled in glam androgyny, but the star of this hit musical makes Ziggy Stardust look like Ward Cleaver. Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which just last year underwent an acclaimed Broadway revival, follows the bedazzled rocker queen formerly known as Hansel, an East German whose life changes dramatically after a sex-change operation does not go according to plan.
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