May 17th, 2011
The Look Ahead: Can’t Hardly Wait, St. Judes & Crawfish Too, PODA in D-Green
Tuesday. It’s my favorite day. Mostly because it’s not Monday. Let’s jump right into it. You don’t even read these paltry words up top anyway.
can’t hardly wait at the alamo drafthouse
Where: Alamo Drafthouse – Mason Park [531 South Mason Rd., 77540] Out West (worth the drive)
When: Tuesday, May 17th | 7:30PM
How Much: $6
Scoop’d From: Alamo Drafthouse
Can’t Hardly Wait, was just one of the high school movies that came out while some of the Loop Scoop staff were actually in high school. As is the case with most things, we enjoy the chance to wax nostalgic. Alamo Drafthouse calls this “Girlie Night,” but in all reality it is a night for everybody… especially fans of Jennifer Love Hewitt and her huge personalities.
LATER THIS WEEK
Friends of St. Jude and YPE Third annual crawfish boil
Where: Goode’s Armadillo Palace [5015 Kirby Dr. 77098]
When: Saturday, May 21st | 12:00PM
How Much: $25 before Noon on May 20, after that you’ll pay $30
Scoop’d From: Email
This little Crawfish Boil benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. You’ll get all-you-can-eat crawfish and live entertainment by Emory Quinn. It’s all sponsored by Tanglewood Wealth Management. That $25 will include all-you-can-eat crawfish, drinks, a T-shirt and live entertainment. You’re getting a good afternoon and helping some folks out. That’s a win.
PODA PROJECT: TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART EXHIBITION
Where: Downtown – Discovery Green [1500 McKinney, 77002]
When: Friday, May 20th | 6:00AM to 10:00PM
How Much: Free
Scoop’d From: Ms. Maggie Macs
From Discovery Green: “The PODA Project is a temporary public art exhibition featuring the work of eight local artists or collective of artists who have transformed PODS® containers into a works of art. PODA provides a non-traditional platform for artists to explore the cultural, ecological, political, scientific, and socio-economic forces shaping Houston’s aspirations for the future. PODS are on display during park hours, 6am-10pm through June 5, 2011.”