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    DENVER - MAY 13: A San Francisco Giants player wears a pink wristbands and a pink ribbon on his uniform as part of MLB's effort to raise awareness for breast cancer on Mother's Day as the Giants defeated the Colorado Rockies 15-2 at Coors Field on May 13, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

    NEXT BREAST THING: The comedians on the Pink Ribbon Comedy Tour are all dudes. It's not that men can't get breast cancer -- we know, we know, they can; ask drummer Peter Criss of KISS. But women definitely hold ownership of 99.8 percent of the boob jokes that will surely ensue. So ladies, if you can, get out to Hyena's Dallas and regulate. Proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Show at 8:30.

    SNAPS ALL AROUND: Allison V. Smith is responsible for the portrait of Sarah Jaffe that has introduced her to fans and press throughout her rise to notariety, and for the emotional photo of Daniel Johnston that makes the viewer feel as if they've cried with the songwriter. Smith and a few photographer peers in commercial, photojournalism and fine arts genres will speak at the American Society of Media Photographers' North Texas Women in Photography night at The Women's Museum. Social hour starts at 6PM, presentation starts at 7PM. $10 for non-members and $5 for students.

    TAKES TWO: He's a keeper if he initiates a trip to the symphony, ladies, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra sweetens Val Day season with an easy pick. An Evening of Romantic Dance Music with the DSO features bits of favorites like Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and Bizet's Carmen. Find tickets here. 8PM.