Long tall local country queen. And friends. Free, 9pm.
Jarmusch's first feature film is a peripatetic journey through downtown Manhattan. A young man searches for meaning, and finds idiosyncratic characters – all to a soundtrack by John Lurie.
7PM, Austin Studios Screening Room, 1901 E. 51st St.
TWO SHOWS ADDED – at the ND. But, wait: Acro … cats? Yes, because Samantha Martin guides – and more often than not succeeds in guiding – her team of trained felines as they perform a variety of feats – pole-climbing, rope-walking, cart-pushing, ball-balancing, jumping through hoops, even getting their rock show on. You like cats, you'll probably love this traveling spectacle of Behaviorism + Kawaii. Bonus: A chicken, a groundhog, and two rats. Sun.-Mon., Nov. 25-26, 8pm. $18
ND Austin, 501 N. I-35, 512/485-3001
Wed., Nov. 28, 7pm. Chief wine critic for the New York Times Eric Asimov uncorks How to Love Wine, examining why the American wine culture produces such feelings of anxiety. Thu., Nov. 29, 7pm.
BookPeople, 603 N. Lamar, 512/472-5050
The Texas Observer's Melissa del Bosque and Jen Reel talk about their cover story about refinery pollution in Corpus Christi and the backlash they've seen from Koch Industries. 7pm.
MonkeyWrench Books, 110 E. North Loop, 512/407-6925
Take in the sights with special events at selected locations. Nov. 23-Jan. 1.
Bandera, Blanco, Boerne, Burnet, Dripping Springs, Fredericksburg, Johnson City, Kerrville, Llano, Marble Falls, and Wimberley
Features an exhibition by artist Paul Pfeiffer and a display of James Naismith's 1891 document the Original Rules of Basketball. You won't want to miss this in-depth and historical look into the sport of basketball. Runs through Jan. 13, 2013.
The Blanton Museum of Art, 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr., 512/471-7324