Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Oct. 22

Tune in at 8 pm.I don’t know about you guys, but I’m excited to get all tense and angry tonight. Hopefully the debate’s referee, TCU grad and Texas native Bob Schieffer, can follow the lead of Martha Raddatz and Candy Crowley. Early voting begins today, too.

If you’re planning to watch but your coach doesn’t cut it, SMU’s Owen Fine Arts Center opens its doors as part of the university’s ongoing Election Enlightenment series. If you still have leftover emotion after watching the televised debate, you can stick around and politely argue it out with the other folks in attendance. Otherwise, head to the Texas Theatre, where the Stonewall Democrats host a watch party with the final debate on the big screen.

Searching for Sugar Man fans might be sad to learn that tonight’s Rodriguez show at the House of Blues has sold out. Good for the once-obscure musician, unfortunate for anyone trying to get tickets ($139+ on Stubhub). However,  Sundown at the Granada has free live music that starts around 11 p.m. and goes until close. Mondays are designated funk and reggae, so you’ll be hearing from The Effinays (and you can hear them every Monday from now until forever). If in fact I was already in the neighborhood, I’d drop by before the kitchen shuts down for an evening snack since it’s been way too long since I’ve had their Hammered Goat flatbread. Obviously, I always ask for extra goat cheese.

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3 comments on “Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Oct. 22

  1. “Hopefully the debate’s referee, TCU grad and Texas native Bob Schieffer, can follow the lead of Martha Raddatz and Candy Crowley. ” and bail-out Obama at just the right moment? As a biased Lefty, I’m sure he will. Oh, and I’m sure he’ll give Obama more speaking time as they did because, as the NY Times stated, Obama is slow.

  2. “can follow the lead”

    so to win, the “referee” should be biased according to yet another self hating leftist

  3. I stand corrected. Schieffer turned in the best “moderator” performance of the campaign allowing Obama and Romney to speak for themselves. Hats off to you Bob.