March 23rd, 2011

The Look Ahead: Beaver, Twins, Brade, Ducas and a Saint Arnold Ale Dinner

With the news that the iconic Elizabeth Taylor has passed away at the age of 79 my night’s activities have been decided for me. I’m going to dust off a copy of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, slip it into the movie-playing machine and enjoy. It’s one of my favorites.

That, however, is just one night of plans. There are so many more to look forward to. If we need to know about an upcoming event leave a comment, tweet at us (@TheLoopScoop) or email us at contact@theloopscoop.com.

Live Music at Goode Company’s Armadillo Palace

Where: West University [5015 Kirby Drive, 77098]
When: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
How much: $6 for Fri and Sat; No cover for Wed and Thur
Scoop’d from: @GoodeCompany

Ryan Beaver on Wednesday. Rankin Twins on Thursday. Chris Brade on Friday. George Ducas on Saturday. Whatever musical tendencies you have, Armadillo Palace has you covered this week, as long as you tend toward country music. The shows tonight (3/23) and tomorrow (3/24) are free. Friday and Saturday night, you’re going to have to pay $6 for entry, but is that so much to ask?

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Saint Arnold Ale Dinner at Pappas Steakhouse

Where: Woodlake/Briar Meadow [5839 Westheimer Rd., 77057]
When: Wednesday and Thursday, March 30th and 31st
How much: $65 per person
Scoop’d from: AllGoodBeer.com

If you can’t get behind beer paired with steak then… you must be a vegetarian. My heart goes out to you. My artery-clogged, cholesterol-filled heart. Check out the specifics of the dinner at Pappas Steakhouse at AllGoodBeer.

Twestival 2011 Supporting Neighborhood Centers Inc

Where: Bellaire – Baker Ripley Campus [6500 Rookin St., 77074]
When: Thursday, March 24th from 6:00PM to 10:00PM
How much: $10 for entry; $10 for door prize tickets
Scoop’d from: @twesth and facebook

You don’t have to go to give. Donate to the cause. The goal is $3,000 and so far they’ve raised $810. We’re a day away from the event, and that’s a good start, but we need more. More and better. More better donations.

The Houston Twestival 2011 raises funds for Neighborhood Centers Inc which provides “community-based initiatives, providing classes and activities to educate youth and families through six community centers, focusing on youth development, health & wellness, financial strength and more.”

If we need to know about an upcoming event leave a comment, tweet at us (@TheLoopScoop) or email us at contact@theloopscoop.com.

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