Based on a novel by Haruki Murakami, this film recalls a time when two survivors grow close in the wake of a friend's suicide.
7PM, Alamo Drafthouse Village, 2700 W. Anderson
Fronterafest's all over for another year, people, except for this Short Fringe: Best of the Fest part –and I'm glad to tell you that any night of this line-up is worth seeing, because you'll laugh, you might cry, you will be extremely fucking entertained at all times. [Full disclosure: I helped decide which shows got to be presented again this week.] And "Austin's Best Monologist" – it's true! – Steven Tomlinson debuts his new "How to Use Evernote" piece in the Wild Card Bill. You'd best hurry, though, because these nights (and one matinee) of no-fail theatrical enjoyment are selling out so fast you'd think they were Tim Doyle prints or something! See website for full schedule details. Wed.-Sat., Feb. 14-16, 8pm.
New paintings by Greta Olivas. Through Feb. 3. 7050 Village Center,
They're right there on Airport Boulevard, where the goodness is funky and the funk is getting good. Thursday Night Camp-Inn Relive the outdoorsy experience inside. Thu., 8:30pm. $5. Raney Nights It's Scott Raney's talk show! Thu., 10pm. Bad Boys, featuring improv by boys who are, well, somewhat rude, let's say. Fri., 8:30pm. Live at ColdTowne is stand-up comedy. Fri., 10pm. Thank God It's Saturday! Improv brings relief, spelled Y-E-S-A-N-D. Sat., 8:30pm. The Frank Mills and their smart, character-driven improv, run rampant with Midnight Society. Sat., 10pm. And don't forget the rest o' the week: Stand-up with The Jam (with Oh, Science! on Sundays, Maggie Maye's stand-up mic on Mondays, the ongoing Stool Pigeon on Tuesdays, improv antics with Miller and Purselly and Cagematch on Wednesdays, and – yes, check the website!
Bike with the butchie babes and betties every Tuesday. Contact for route info. Tuesdays, 7pm. Free.
Q Austin, 2906 Medical Arts, 845/642-7069
A 5-mile ride precedes your yoga class tailored to the cycling body. Enjoy a dip in the Springs afterward. Tuesdays, 7pm, Free
Doug Sahm Hill, 885 W. Riverside (next to Palmer Events Center)