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What You're Doing Tonight: March 7, 2009

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    What You're Doing Tonight: March 7, 2009
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    Spray-on tans, spray painted graphics, Irish festivities and a "Three Dog Night;" that's What You're Doing Tonight.

    LA Sunset Tan's Grand Opening - Flower Mound - 11 a.m to 5 p.m.
    While their client list looks like it hits higher on the "young Hollywood starlet" scale instead of the George Hamilton point system, LA Sunset Tan's getting pretty famous for it's reality show called, imaginatively, "Sunset Tan." Now the tanning salon is opening what they hope will be the first of 35 salons in the Metroplex today in Flower Mound. To businessmen, that might be interesting, but to us, it's the free spray on tans for the first 20 customers plus a meet-and-greet with the "Sunset Tan" cast. To quote LA Sunset Tan client, Paris Hilton, "that's hot." (5891 Long Prairie Road, Suite 130, Flower Mound, 75028)

    North Texas Irish Festival - Fair Park
    You're better off getting your essential info about the 27th annual North Texas Irish Festival from our other story on it, but here's why you should go this weekend: St. Patrick's Day practice.

    Graff, Tag and Bomb - UNT Art Building - Noon through (maybe) 10 p.m.
    Graffiti has certainly become more than something you see on Fort Worth train cars or under I-30 overpasses. Sour Grapes, an Oak-Cliff graffiti crew, is taking graffiti's artistic nature a literally spraying a wall for everyone to see. The double-side temporary wall will sit in front of UNT's Art Building and be painted by Sour Grapes members for anywhere from 8 to 10 hours. The outdoor mural isonly part of the art exhibition, but it should be the one to watch live before heading into whatever Fry St. bars still exist.

    Three Dog Night - Resistol Arena, Mesquite - Dinner 6 p.m., Concert 8 p.m.
    Don't you feel a little sad when you think all your school did for fundraisers was sell wrapping paper? Mesquite ISD is going all out with their third annual benefit concert and dinner featuring 70's hit makers Three Dog Night. Getting tickets to this might be tricky as MISD says they've already sold 3,000 seats. "Mama Told" you to buy at least "One" advanced seat, right?