KRLD — Do you like music and food? If so, Tasha Stevens has some amazing suggestions for you and your family to enjoy this weekend!

— Here is a chance to schmooze and network your small business. The Small Business Expo at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center is happening in Dallas Thursday!

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— You don’t like to admit it, but I know that you are a Screech fan. See the dude behind the dufus at Hyena’s Comedy Club Thursday night! It is Dustin Diamond.

— Help some homeless pets while you get your drink on Thursday night. The 12th Annual Wine on the roof at East Lake Pet Orphanage will feature wine selections from The Dallas Morning News Gold Medal List, paired with a delicious menu.

— Uh, uh, uh, oh oh…Thursday night is the night ladies! Those dudes you swore you would marry back in the day are back. No, not the Backstreet Boys. And no, not NSYNC. It is NKOTB…or as they were known back in the day before they could shave…New Kids on the Block. See them at the AAC Thursday night!

— Now while other chicks were digging on the New Kids, I was digging on Dokken. In My Dreams…Burning Like a Flame…and Breaking the Chains were my jams! See Dokken Thursday night at Gas Monkey Live.

— Thursday night’s Cool Thursdays at the Dallas Arboretum features Blaze of Glory, a tribute to Bon Jovi. The Costume contest is “The 80’s Never Left” award — Dress as your best glam rocker.

— Speaking of rock, this weekend you can check out the Rockwall Founders Day Festival. Country-rock group Sawyer Brown will headline the musical portion of this deal on Saturday, May 16. They will also have arts-and- crafts vendors, a children’s zone and food at Harry Myers Park, Rockwall.

— The Botanical Research Institute of Texas’ Prairie Day is set for this Saturday. This free family-friendly, annual festival of arts and crafts includes flight demonstrations of wild birds and live music from Texas musicians.

Uptown’s 2nd annual Ciclovía will make Cedar Springs Road a car-free, outdoor fun zone for 5 hours on Sunday, May 17. The one mile, car-free route will connect the Katy Trail to Klyde Warren Park and the Dallas Arts District via Cedar Springs Road and Harwood.

— The DFW Dragon Boat, Kite and Lantern Festival is set for this weekend. It looks to be pretty cool. Teams will row their long, thin boats adorned with dragon heads and tails across Lake Carolyn in Irving. This event also includes kite-flying, paper lanterns, lion and dragon dances, and martial arts demonstrations.

— The 31st Annual Main Street Fest-Craft Brew Experience is happening this weekend in Downtown Grapevine. There will be over 50 craft beers to taste, a KidCave for the youg kids, museum exhibits and live entertainment. Make sure to visit the Carnival & Midway and enjoy all of the Historic Downtown Grapevine shopping along Main Street.

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— Here is an idea to impress that chick you’ve had your eye on. Make her think you have culture and class by taking her to Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art the third Friday of each month, when the Museum is open until midnight.

Fork and Cork is set for Addison Circle Park this weekend. This two-day deal celebrates the things that make life worth living. Food, liquor and wine and beer.

— If you dig Dave Matthews, clear your calendar Friday night. He is playing Gexa!

— Spend a night out under the stars watching the big stars on the big screen. Friday night’s Murphy’s Moonlight Movies Series at Murphy Central Park presents” Hook”. Come on…you watched and loved Dustin Hoffman as a chick in Tootsie. Now you can see him again only with less facial hair as Captain Hook.

Taste of Irving is happening at Cimarron Park in Irving this Saturday. Why drive all over town eating out when you can do it all in one place on one day? Enjoy tasty treats from dozens of Irving restaurants at this outdoor festival with free admission and plenty of family-friendly activities.

Beastro at the Fort Worth Zoo is Friday night. It is the zoo’s annual music and tasting event that supports the zoo’s local and international wildlife conservation and education efforts. The finest area restaurants will be stationed throughout the zoo, along with open bars and live music. Even more impressive — the zoo was founded back in 1909 having only one lion, two bear cubs, an alligator, a coyote, a peacock and a few rabbits.

— Dig out the cowboy boots poseurs. Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean are playing AT&T Stadium Saturday night.

— This Sunday in Downtown Plano, you should check out Night Out on 15th. This Community table fine dining event features a 5 course meal, samplings and drinks from Downtown Plano chefs. There will also be Red Carpet photos so dress to impress, girl!

— These guys were huge when I was in high school. We listened to their cassettes over and over again on the bus rides to away football games. ‘Cause we were cool like that. See Alabama at Winstar Saturday as part of their All American Tour.

The Wildflower Festival in Richardson is the festival of all festivals. If you love music, they will have something you will like — rock, rap, country and soul. This year’s lineup includes Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Everclear, The Smithereens,38 Special, Kansas, Fuel, Tonic, and all female Led Zeppelin tribute Zepparella. The Wildflower Festival will also have the Kidz Korner and vendors in the Wild Marketplace. Check it out Friday through Sunday, May 15-17.

— Speaking of musicians, come Monday, it will be the only time in recent memory that there will not be a line outside the women’s bathroom at the AAC. If you are a RUSH fan you will get it. See RUSH Monday night.

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