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Gifts and Other Goods
What: Quirky lifestyle boutique We Are 1976 launches a website loaded with off-center finds (artsy toys, Japanese condiment sets, comic books from Hong Kong).
Why: The more merch the merrier.
When: You need neat-o presents and don’t want to leave your house. (It’s 10,000 degrees out, yo.)
Where: Online at shop.weare1976.com.
Piles of Retro Furnishings
What: The marvelous Again & Again gets even better with a bigger store near the Design District.
Why: Two velvet-covered, midcentury armchairs are better than one.
When: Daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 141 Howell St.
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Buckets and Boots Ranch Bash
What: Landowners in fire-ravaged Palo Pinto host a benefit concert with country crooners Pat Green, Lee Ann Womack, and Randy Rogers. BYO blanket or lawn chairs.
Why: Every penny supports the county’s eleven fire departments, which lost more than 400 structures in April.
When: Sat. Gates, 1 p.m.; shows, 5 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Rocker B Ranch, 1125 Chaney Ln., Graford (817-984-8532). Tickets ($100) online at outhousetickets.com.
What: The new Fairview movie palace goes the extra mile with online seating reservations, pillows and blankets upon request, a full bar with a staff mixologist, and fancy fare like beef filet sliders and lemon grilled chicken skewers.
Why: The Salt Lounge pours fourteen beers on tap and 64 wines by the glass.
When: Showtimes online at goldclasscinemas.com.
Where: 321 Town Pl., Fairview (972-549-4200).
What: It’s the last week to catch the fine art gallery’s first exhibit before it rotates in a new batch of creatives.
Why: Nearly every artist has Texas ties.
When: Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.
Where: 3699 McKinney Ave., ste. 310, West Village.
Photo: Courtesy of We Are 1976