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Starting this Friday, Aug. 28, and running through Sept. 26 is “Bride of Frankenstein: The Musical” at Pocket Sandwich Theater. It has monsters singing, dancing and telling jokes. What more do you need? Pocket Sandwich Theater is located at 5400 E. Mockingbird. Call 214.821.1860 or go to for more. Tickets are $12-$25.

Head to the flagship Half Price Books this Friday to enjoy a vintage collection of rare 1960s rock posters from San Francisco’s Family Dog Productions for bands and artists such as The Doors, the Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Janis Joplin, with Big Brother and the Holding Company and many more. Join HPB for a viewing and light refreshments on Aug. 28, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Posters will be available for purchase online only at on Monday, Aug. 31, starting at 10 a.m. CDT. Learn more.

Through Sept. 5, the East Dallas-based Creative Arts Center of Dallas is hosting its annual juried art show at the Mary Tomás Gallery in the Dallas Design District. The show includes sculpture, mosaic, glass, painting, photography, ceramics and mixed media. Mary Tomás Gallery is located at 1110 Dragon. Call 214.727.5101 or visit for more. The event is free.

See the photo exhibit “Wild and Peaceful” running through Sept. 26. Neighborhood artist Anna Palmer has been photographing wildlife and landscapes at White Rock Lake for several years. Her photos are on display at the White Rock Museum, inside the Bath House at 521 E. Lawther. Go to the website for more, or call 214.670.8749. The exhibit is free.

Through Sept. 18, donate books, audio books, CDs, DVDs and other media to the Lakewood Library Friends’ annual book sale in September. Lakewood Library is at 6121 Worth. Call 214.670.1376 or go to for more.

Retro look Video tapeStill have that old VHS player? If you’re looking for a reason to dust it off and give it a whirl, stop by the flagship location of Half Price Books on Northwest Highway on Friday. All VHS tapes in stock priced at $4.98 or less will be sold for $1 on Fridays only, until further notice. Call 214.379.8000 for details.

Vickery Meadow Good Local Market will set up shop in the parking lot of the Flagship HPB every Sunday, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The market provides a connection between local farmers, food producers and craftsmen within our community. Shop food, clothes, jewelry and more, all made by North Texans. The Vickery Meadow Good Local Market accepts debit/credit cards and the Lone Star Card. Support for the market comes from the Vickery Meadow Improvement District. Go to the website for more.

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