SEE "MY WENA": What country would Bowling For Soup be in the world accessible by Live Nation Club Passport? In the words of Miley Cyrus, "It's a party in the USA." So why are the guys apologizing with the forthcoming Sorry For Partyin'? MTV still loves 'em, our ever-unpredictable editor loves 'em, and hometown House of Blues patrons will eat up their junk-food pop with Red Car Wire and Holy Moly preceding the feast. 8PM.
DOUBLE GOOD: If you've taken your eyes off the Dallas Museum of Art's Jazz in the Atrium schedule for a bit, be advised: Rhett Butler, the Texas jazzman known for playing two guitars at once without strumming, is on the bill with his band. Check out the hands-on creative outlets offered at Thursday Night Live starting at 5PM; the music starts at 6PM.
PARK IT HERE: The folks who've answered KERA's donation pleas are living large in nature tonight with a members-only viewing of Ken Burns' The National Parks: America's Best Idea at the Museum of Nature and ScienceIMAX Theater. If you've got the magic card, make sure to reserve your seats for the 7PM screening; if you don't, nudge a friend who's a member (they get a plus one) or note that the six-part series airs on KERA-TV starting Sunday.