Over the Weekend: Hockey and Lots of Drinking and Dancing

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As April, a month of nonstop outdoor festivals, winds down, we don't have quite the overload of event coverage we've had the past few weeks, but we try to make up for it with gusto.

The End of the Aeros Season

Well, that's it. The IceHogs bested the Aeros. Game (and season) over.

12:26 a.m. at Texas Beats Warehouse; 1:18 a.m. at Swivel; 1:34 a.m. at Allure; 1:46 a.m. at the Roof; 2:34 a.m. at Arts Festival

Remember what we said about gusto? Photo Bill Olive went ballistic on Saturday night, shooting five different venues and bringing back a bevy of nightlife photos, featuring DJs, musicians, drinkers, dancers, face paint, glow sticks, pacifiers and a tiger. Have a look.

Welcome to Monday. More to come. -- Keith Plocek

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