Calendar: Recommended


  • Beetlejuice

    In this wonderfully comic spook tale, a couple of mild-mannered ghosts call upon the obnoxious demon Betelguese to help them reinhabit their house from the new (and living) tenants.

    7PM, Flix Brewhouse, 2200 S. I-35, Round Rock

  • CineNoche: HOME

    A lyrical portrait of a cross section of NYC residents. Winner of the Audience Award for Narrative Feature at this year's Cine Las Americas Film Festival.

    7PM, Violet Crown Cinema, 434 W. Second

  • AFS: Hello, Goodbye: Stroszek

    Herzog's "found" hero, the grown naif Bruno S., teams with Mattes as they travel from Germany to Wisconsin to begin a new life. They live in a trailer in the barren wilderness, eke out a living, and suffer disappointments. It is one of Herzog's most heartfelt dramas.

    7:30PM, AFS Cinema, 6226 Middle Fiskville

  • Still Awesome: Let the Right One In

    This multi-award-winning Swedish film might be summarized as a vampire tween romance, but that cheap and tawdry sum-up does zero justice to the magnificent emotional resonance of this gem. Read a full review of Let the Right One In.

    10PM, Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. Hwy. 183 N.

  • Punch

    The popular – no, seriously, like off-the-charts popular – Tuesday night comedy showcase returns to rock that Cap City stage. Get your tickets early, citizen: You don't want to miss this shit. Through Dec. 6. Tue., 8pm, $7-11

    Cap City Comedy Club, 8120 Research #100, 512/467-2333

  • 02 Gallery: Mayhem, Method, and Medium

    Mike O’Brien’s two-dimensional works are a unification of sculpture, painting, and photography, in which manipulated paper and canvas pieces are arranged into compelling scenes that are photographed and printed. Through Dec. 31

    Flatbed Press, 2830 E. MLK, 512/284-8289

    • Pink Pilates

      This post-op exercise and rehab program is free for women recovering from breast cancer. Tuesdays, 1pm, through Dec. 13

      Butler Dance Education Center, 501 W. Third, 512/501-8704

    • NLand Surf Park

      Friday, Nov. 7, marked the opening of North America's first surf park and it's right here in Austin (well, Del Valle). Whether you're a beginner, seasoned vet, or a young one, they have waves appropriately sized for your skill level. They'll also offer food (tacos!), coaches on hand, and a surf shop and non-surfers can watch from the shore for $5. Open Tuesdays through Sundays 11am-7pm and Mondays 2-6pm., $60-90 (surf passes), $65-190 (coaching sessions and clinics)

      NLand Surf Park, 4836 E. Hwy. 71, Del Valle, 512/806-1900

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