Darts and alcohol mix like gunpowder and fire. The game has always been a pub game: The first dartboards were made from the bottoms of wine barrels, and the first players were drunken soldiers who called the game butts. While all of the soldiers are in Iraq these days, a few well-loved dartboards are still under fire in Lawrence. And fittingly, since the United Kingdom was the first country to recognize the game as a sport, Lawrences most-English-themed bar, Harbour Lights (1031 Massachusetts), hosts an every-Monday dart tournament for teams of two (the tourney includes both bracket and single-elimination play). Admission is $2 per person. Step up to the oche starting at 9 p.m. Call
785-841-1960 for more information.
Mondays, 9 p.m., 2007