A genius with a fiddle, you can catch him most Thursday nights at newly reopened Ginny's.
Set in 1973, this film portrays the Soviet Union's youth rebelling against the state of things by going underground to find drugs, sex, and rock & roll.
7:30PM, The Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 6406 N I-35
This is a new exhibition of paper-cut art by Half Japanese's Jad Fair. Closing reception with live music from the man himself: Fri., Jan. 3, 7-10pm.
Bolm Studios, 5305 Bolm
Here are dozens of original works donated by local, national, and international artists. Many styles, many mediums, many marvels. Through Jan. 5. $10
Mexic-Arte Museum, 419 Congress, 512/480-9373
Throw a hero, unicorn, and wizard together and you have a recipe for an epic journey as told through stories, puppetry, and music. Thu.-Sat., Jan. 2-4, 8pm; Saturday matinee, 11am. $8 ($5, students, kids).
City Theatre, 3823-D Airport, 512/524-2870
Between 250 and 300 cyclists are expected to take part in this friendly, socially paced ride of 12 to 15 miles. Riders will stop for cars and try not to block intersections along the way. This adult ride concludes at a different bar each week. Fiesta Beach, N. I-35 and Lady Bird Lake. Free.
This month's Lady party turns another sign of the zodiac as DJ S.I.R. hits the wheels. Second Thursdays. Free.
Cheer Up Charlie's, 900 Red River, 512/524-1111