Goes without saying. Anywho, the biggest, baddest and most eloquently mountainous of countries within that sceptered isle known collectively as the United Kingdom has a festival here in Burque. It is so much fun: people put on kilts, listen to bagpipes, eat haggis, dance jigs and all that Scotch stuff. The Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival happens yearly… [ more >> ]
For the fourth year running, the National Hispanic Cultural Center hosts the South American Folk Fair. This day-long festival is expansive, filling the large courtyard of the massive facility. Over the course of the day (the fair runs from 2 to 7pm on Sunday, May 20), folkloric dances are demonstrated, as well as salsa. Traditional foods are served, and arts and crafts are vended. Children under the age of 12 join the fun for free, while adults are asked to pony up $16 for an all day vacation in South America. That’s a deal! Tickets are available at the door.
Everyone knows by now that the best way to get a new furry best friend is to adopt one from a local shelter or rescue. If you've been waiting for the perfect moment to adopt, this weekend is National Adoption Weekend. Four times a year, PetSmart Charities hosts these adoption events. Almost 30,000 pets nationally found forever homes during the past event in February. Your friendly neighborhood rescue Watermelon Mountain Ranch has many pets available for adoption… [ more >> ]
The Urban Dictionary defines “Legs n' Eggs” as Sunday brunch at a strip club. In this case, brunch belongs to the drag stars of Burque, but no less bawdy. Newcomer, Blue Agave Republic, hosts a weekly drag brunch with all the hangover cures one could hope for. Enjoy tapas, additional brunch specials, a craft cocktail list, 127 tequilas and some of the most fabulous, titillating performers in the 505… [ more >> ]