THE WEEKLY REPORT
Mark your calendars for cooking tips, the blues, and Bloody Marys.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 | DFW’s own Sarah Jaffe and L.A.’s Le Youth join Poolside at The Rustic to give laid-back disco vibes and a relaxing free show. The Details: The Rustic.3656 Howell Street. 7:30 p.m. Free with RSVP. Click here to RSVP.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 | With Thanksgiving around the corner, we can all take any help we can get prepping for the feast. The Barefoot Contessa herself is lacing up her shoes to show up at the Dallas Museum of Art’s Arts & Letters Live. Ina Garten will be discussing her newest cookbook, Cook Like a Pro, talking about life in the Hamptons, and answering audience questions. The Details: McFarlin Auditorium. 6405 Boaz Lane. 7:30 p.m. $50.50. Click here to purchase tickets.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 | Nasher Sculpture Center hosts a free and family-friendly concert and movie screening once a month. This month’s ’til Midnight will feature Chulita Vinyl Club the a screening of the Academy Award nominated film Hidden Figures. Bring your picnic baskets and blankets and enjoy a cheap date night out. The Details: Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora Street. 6 p.m. Free. Click here for more info.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 | Everything that is “modern music” got its roots with the blues. It doesn’t take a melancholy mood to enjoy, either. Legendary artists Betty Wright, Clarence Carter, Lenny Williams, Latimore, and Tucka will sing the blues like you’ve never heard them before. The Details: Music Hall at Fair Park, 1121 First Avenue. 7 p.m. $49-$69. Click here to purchase tickets.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18 | A refreshing drink is a good way to end a workout, but a (free!) stiff drink and a loaded brunch menu is an even better way. Vital Fitness Studio’s David Andrews brings a 45-minute boxing class to Wheelhouse’s Center Court. Once the class ends, you’ll get to build your own Bloody Mary and give brunch a TKO. Details: Wheelhouse, 1617 Hi Line Drive. 9 a.m. $15 (includes gloves, mitts, and one Bloody Mary).