LONDON - SEPTEMBER 26: CCTV cameras watch along the fence for the site that was originally the Chelsea Barracks on September 26 2008 in London, England. The site, located between Sloane Square and the Thames was bought in 2007 by the candy Brothers and is thought to be the most expensive residential property deal ever made. The site was acquired by the brothers for �950 million. Once completed the development will include 638 housing units and a boutique hotel and spa. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
GIGGIN' GRAMPSES: Columbia Records' first signees make their home in Richarson, so, lucky for us, they play Pocket Sandwich Theatre evey once in a while. The Big Beats' C.W. Kendall is the grandfather of Joey Kendall from DFW's Mount Righteous, we read on Fine Line Live. Double famous! See the American Bandstand alums at 7:30PM. Tickets are $18.
EAGLE EYE: Painter William Betts chose a voyeuristic collection to nurture: surveillance video footage. He sifts through fuzzy camera images of unsuspespecting subjects in places from Rio de Janiero to El Paso, rescues interesting frames and immortalizes them with a technique that saves their grainy, creepy quality. View Surveillance at Holly Johnson Gallery until February 13. Hours until 5PM.
HOMECOMING: August: Osage County won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2008 and was named TIME Magazine's play of the decade for its telling of the tumultuous Weston family's drug-adddled come-to-Jesus meeting. You can see it at the Winspear at 7:30PM. Find tickets here.