Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Oct. 26

This is all very foreign, but I find myself having not-indifferent feelings toward watching the baseball game tonight. My friend Sam, a sports reporter who once attempted to get me into hockey by appealing to my bloodthirsty nature, would be so proud. Rain, rain, go away. If you still need a place to set up shop, check out our top picks for where to watch the World Series.

Should Game 6 get canceled on account of wet stuff, there are other options. KXT 91.7 celebrates its second birthday with a band I wouldn’t mind seeing live at all: Los Angeles’ Fitz and the Tantrums. Look. I’m not a music expert. I don’t know much about them aside from the fact that I dig the band’s Motown vibe, much like I dig Mayer Hawthorne’s similar sound (and tunes about stuff that doesn’t work out– compare and contrast). Also, I know that this blog has taken issue with the radio station in the past. Not the point. It’s just something fun to do, tonight, if you’re not busy watching the Rangers beat the stuffing out of the Cards. Which is the point. Fort Worth band Calhoun and Cincinnati-based Walk the Moon open the show at the House of Blues, and tickets are still available.

Charitable sorts who also like one-of-a-kind home décor: there are still a few tickets left for Rockitecture, the Dallas Center for Architecture’s annual fundraiser on White Rock Lake. The lovely and hilarious Laura already told you all about some of the cool items up for auction over on the D Home blog.

For more to do this evening, go here. For Halloween stuff, go here.