11/30: Adios Movember

Kiss those mustaches goodbye!

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    Mustaches for Kids begins growing the facial hair on Friday for a good cause. (AP Photo/Jim Bryant)

    MUSTACHES BE GONE: If you’ve grown out your 'stache in support of the Movember movement, well my friend it is time to say fare thee well to the month-long celebration (you can still sport the 'stache). The annual mustache-growing charity event has expanded since its birth in Australia back in 2003 and aims to raise money for men’s health while raising awareness about men’s cancer. Find out how much Dallas has raised and show off your fresh faces tonight for the End of Movember Party at J Black’s Feel Good Lounge from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. You’ve earned some party refreshments for all your mustache suffering - it’s only a $20 donation at the door.

    TWO GUYS, A GIRL AND NO BLONDE: The indie-rock trio Blonde Redhead has been readily present in the underground New York City music scene since their formation in 1993, surprisingly missing one blonde. Kazu Makino along with twin brother Armedeo and Simone Pace have been the constant driving force behind the band’s success aside from members that have come and gone. The band visits the Granada tonight with songs off their 10th album “Penny Sparkle” (released in September) accompanied by Olof Arnalds. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $24 to $39.

    HOLIDAY CIRQUETACULAR: What’s a circus without a bit of acrobatic suspense, comedy and outrageous talent acts? Well, throw in a bit of pyrotechnics, Broadway acting skills, some more outrageous talent, glamour, heart-pounding music, a little more outrageous talent plus a dash of that Vegas-style wow factor and you have Cirque Dreams Illumination. The theatrical artistry behind each performance will leave you in awe as aerialists soar above your head. See the traveling circus troupe appear tonight at Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth beginning at 7:30 p.m. with performances running through Dec. 5.


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