If Continental Club owner Steve Wertheimer weren’t the type to pull up to the HighBall in one of his vintage hot rods, he might take offense at two of his venue’s long-nurtured acts enjoying free residencies there. The Continental Gallery’s Ephraim Owens Experience hands the reigns over to its drummer, Brannen Temple, in tight jazz organ trio Black Red Black (10pm), featuring Red Young’s funky Hammond B-3, while South Congress’ Monday night staple Dale Watson honky-tonks his new The Sun Sessions Thursdays on South Lamar, 8pm. – Raoul Hernandez
Warped London DJ duo Andy Turner and Ed Handley haven’t a Scintilli of doubt. – Raoul Hernandez
As this important French New Wave film unfolds in real time, we observe a pampered pop singer who begins to see the world with fresh eyes while awaiting the results of a biopsy. Following the screening, there will be a live Q&A with Hendrix College film professor Kristi McKim via Skype.
7:30PM, The Hideout Theatre, 617 Congress
The gallery's taken over by such brilliants as Jamie Panzer, Lisa Hanawalt, Brian Ralph, Nick Derington, and more, more, more! Through Dec. 8.
Domy Books, 913 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/476-3669
Many gorgeous – gorgeous! – works by Jerry Ruthven, William Kalwick Jr, Kirk Tatom,
Aleksander Titovets, and Lyuba Titovets.
Through Jan. 14.
Gallery Shoal Creek, 2905 San Gabriel, 512/454-6671