The complete uncut version of this film, which is regarded by many as the best martial-arts film ever made, has received a new 4K restoration. It follows the story of a fugitive noblewoman, who escapes with three others and regroups as a formidable fighting outfit.
This outrageous movie about the adventures of a 41st century sexual explorer trips the light fantastic. This screening includes a sneak peek at Sky Candy's latest piece Agent Andromeda
, a sex-positive, sci-fi romp premiering next month. Read a full review of Barbarella.
The Alamo teams up with the folks at the Salt Lick for this series of films paired with a barbecue buffet. First up is popular revisionist Western. Wyatt Earp and his pal Doc Holliday clean up that dust Arizona town. As always, with the Salt Lick, it's BYOB. Tickets are $38. Read a full review of Tombstone.
Chris Lambton of Yard Crashers
Whether you're looking to remodel your house or merely gawk at the work of professionals, this gathering of experts and vendors has the goods. Apart from the usual products and giveaways, Chris Lambton of DIY Network’s Yard Crashers and HGTV’s Going Yard adds some star power to the proceedings. Fri., Aug. 26, 2-7pm. Sat., Aug. 27, 10am-7pm; Sun., Aug. 28, 11am-5pm. $7-9, adults and seniors; 16 & under and active military, free.
You can tell it's going to be one fancy garage sale because of the "le." Don't expect hand-me-downs and suspiciously stained linens. Local boutiques will show their stuff. Changing rooms are absent, so bring a sheet and a friend. Sat.-Sun., Aug. 27-28, 11am. $10 ($20, VIP).
Features more of a focus on extreme human performances with high-wire antics, BMX tricksters, convoluted contortionists, the human cannonball, bungee skydiving, and much more. And exotic animals, of course. Wed.-Fri., Aug. 24-26, 7:30pm; Sat., Aug. 27, 11:30am, 3:30 & 7:30pm; Sun., Aug. 28, 1 & 5pm. $15, $30 $48 vip, $70 front row.
The parking lot on the corner of Driskill and Red River in the Rainey Street District turns into an open-air market every other Sunday featuring wares from a variety of local artisans, designers, and merchants. noon-7pm, noon-7pm, noon-7pm, noon-7pm, noon-7pm. Free.
Lenoir pastry chef Thomas Calhoun gets frosty. 1-4pm.
Dolce Neve, 1713 S. First, 512/804-5568
Featuring pastry chefs Amanda Rockman of South Congress Hotel and Tavel Bristol-Joseph of Emmer & Rye. 1-4pm.
Presents Distrust, Dismay & Antisocial Behavior 2016 with Raymond Rowe and Franco D'Angelo in the heavyweight championship match plus the usual packed ACW card. 5:35pm. $15 reserved front row & balcony, $12 GA.
Mohawk, 912 Red River, 512/666-0877
BYO watercraft (stand up paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, water bikes, etc.) or rent one and don't forget your life jacket. Water loving dogs welcome! Benefiting Austin Pets Alive!’s Parvo Program. 7:45am. $46.75.
Rowing Dock, 2418 Stratford Dr., 512/459-0999
The Horns host Sam Houston State, Detroit, and the College of Charleston for a two-day, four-team affair. See "Soccer Watch
" for more. Fri., Aug. 26
: Sam Houston State vs. Detroit: 4:30pm
; UT vs. the College of Charleston: 7:30pm
. Sun., Aug. 28
: Sam Houston State vs. College of Charleston: 11am
; UT vs. Detroit: 2pm