Up With Crawfish, Down With Cancer

Cancer is a disease that everyone would like to see eradicated in the next week. Apparently, crawfish is also something people feel very strongly against — boiling them alive by the thousands, ripping apart their bodies to eat, and then actually sucking their brains. Admittedly, that’s a stretch, a really narrow connection between cancer and crawfish. Yeah, fine. So here’s a better one: At 1 p.m. Saturday, ThreeSheets hosts the Third Annual Crawfish for Cancer event, benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. A $15 donation at the door gets you all-you-can-eat mudbugs, all-day live music and beer specials ($3 drafts, $12 pitchers). Oh, and the peace of mind knowing that you’ve done something to help fight two of humanity’s enemies (OK, one really big one). ThreeSheets is located at 3113 Ross Ave. Call 214-823-3113 or visit facebook.com/threesheetsdallas.
Sat., March 30, 2013
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Merritt Martin
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