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Have a Great Weekend

One week to the Chinese New Year gallery open house, and everything is getting in order. Before then, music.

Have a Great Weekend

Because as bad as January can get, we’re still a ways off from purple mohawks and bondage pants…so far.

Have a Great Weekend

New year, new decade, and now new show: this weekend, the Triffid Ranch sets up in Grapevine, Texas for the first Repticon Dallas show of the year. See you there.

And the year

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The last weekend of the year, the last weekend of the Twenty-teens, 40 years since this song came out, and Caroline’s and my 17th wedding anniversary. Let the music commence.

Have a Great Weekend

Well, the last Nightmare Weekend Before Christmas open house for 2019 is Saturday starting at 6:00 pm, so it’s time for that one song that best sums up the reason for the season. Sadly, we’ll never get an updated live version, mostly due to guitarist Colin Grigson’s untimely jenkem overdose, but at least we have the memories.

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While the third Nightmare Weekend Before Christmas gallery open house runs this Saturday, take into account that one of the best themes for Dallas in August came out 35 years ago:

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For Paul Mears, who has had to put up with me for 40 years as of tomorrow and hasn’t buried me in an unmarked grave…yet.

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Due to a death in the family, this Saturday’s Nightmare Weekend Before Christmas has been cancelled, but expect a full return to form on Saturday, December 7. If you’re really nice, I might even sing for the occasion:

Have a Great Weekend

Once more for the year, the Triffid Ranch is on the road: once again, it’s to Austin for the Blood Over Texas Horror For the Holidays show, now spread out over Saturday AND Sunday. For the Dallas folks, don’t worry: a couple of days of recuperation, and then the Nightmare Weekends Before Christmas gallery open houses start on November 30. Sleep? What’s that?

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Because things are going to get interesting next weekend:

Have a Great Weekend

Heading out to the Deep Ellum Creative Market on November 9 and 10, and anyone in the vicinity is welcome to attend. For obvious reasons, this will be the last outdoor show of the year, and the second-to last external before we return to the gallery on November 30 for the first of this year’s Nightmare Weekends Before Christmas. Let’s enjoy the weather while it lasts.

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Just because the officially sanctioned holiday is over doesn’t mean the weirdness is over as well.

Have a Great Weekend

Out at the Massacre on Division Street Dark Art Festival this Saturday, so it’s time for some particularly appropriate music. “This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off.”

Have a Great Weekend

Another October weekend, another set of events, this time starting with two carnivorous plant workshops at Curious Garden on October 19, and ending with the Oak Cliff Movie and Gardener’s Party at the Texas Theatre on October 20. And now, music.

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And with this weekend’s open house, let us not forget that the crowds in downtown Dallas for Texas/OU Weekend aren’t the only cosmic horrors out there…

Have a Great Weekend

The last weekend before the big open house on October 12, and crunch time is on. And if you think it’s going to get wild now, wait until the weeks after the open house.

Have a Great Weekend

Lots of news on upcoming events, but not much that can be shared as of yet. Patience.

Have a Great Weekend

No shows this weekend, but it’s time to get ready for October events, including finishing up several new commissions. It may stop, but it never ends.

Have a Great Weekend

The autumn Triffid Ranch event schedule starts this weekend, so anyone who can’t make it to Spooky Spectacle in Fort Worth has other options between now and the beginning of December. You still don’t want to miss it, though.

Have a Great Weekend

According to everyone’s least favorite superhero, Captain Pedantic, autumn doesn’t start for another two weeks, so saying that it’s Halloween season is somehow supposed to be folly. For those of us who survived the month-long kidney stone known as August, though, this a very special time. We’re on our way to jacket and sweater weather. We’re fast approaching that wonderful season when the best home furnishings are in every store. And if it stays warm enough for a few more weeks that night swimming and stargazing can be done at the same time? That’s just gravy.