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In conjunction with the opening of Hitchcock, a new digital transfer of the master's classic will screen, along with a menu inspired by the movie.

12PM, Violet Crown Cinema, 434 W. Second

Music Monday: Head

The Monkees overstepped in a most fascinating manner during their jump from the little screen to the big. Rafelson and co-conceptualist Nicholson did for the Monkees what Richard Lester did for the Beatles with A Hard Day's Night and Help!, creating a wacked-out, aimless universe that constantly riffs on popular culture.

10:30PM, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth

  • A Conspirare Christmas

    Join Craig Hella Johnson, Charles Wesley Evans (baritone), and Kathlene Ritch (soprano) among the most glorious voices in town, as the acclaimed Conspirare company brings dulcet tidings of comfort and joy. Bonus: Tom Burritt on percussion. Mon., Dec. 10, 8pm (2012), $24-75 ($10, students)

    Long Center for the Performing Arts, 701 W. Riverside, 474-5664

  • SouthPop: Live Music & Dead Clubs

    The South Austin Popular Culture Center presents this "visual history through T-shirts," chronicling the rise and fall of bands and venues, charting that storied sequence across the public strata of the cotton upper-body garments once relegated to underwear but now (for decades, now) more akin to personal billboards of opinion and taste. Through Dec. 23.

    South Austin Popular Culture Center, 1516-B S. Lamar, 512/440-8318

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