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Arts Events for Thu., Dec. 28
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    Comedy

    The Year In Review

    OK, check what the press release tells us: "More than 50 of the brightest minds from Austin's comedy scene will recap the year that was, going month by month and covering 2017's major events with Weekend Update-style jokes." And that's no bullshit, because the night's lineup of comedians is downright stellar, a stage-dazzling constellation of stand-ups, and this show's hosted by Lisa Friedrich and Rob Gagnon and Mac Blake. You wanna laugh your ass off remembering this year's smorgasbord of insanity, before 2018 rushes in with a Tomahawk missile of fresh hell right between your eyes? This'll do it, citizen. Recommended.
    Thu., Dec. 28, 8pm. $12 ($10, in advance).  
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      Visual Arts

      Yard Dog: Odd Pottery

      Odd, they say? Well, yes. Odd, a bit eerie, and totally gorgeous, to be sure, as this excellent SoCo venue presents a collection of new work by Waxahachie potter Carl Block.
      Through Dec. 31
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      Visual Arts

      Guzu Gallery: They’re Coming To Get You

      It's a holiday horror art show here at Guzu in the Center of Austin Fandom, featuring new renditions of the iconic heroes and villains of the grisly genre. By whom, precisely? By some of the best illustrators around: Chet Phillips, Billy Perkins, Katherine Kuehne, the incredible brotherly duo of Half-Human, Tessa Morrison, and more.
      Through Jan. 1
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      Offscreen

      Austin Public

      Committed to freedom of speech and expression, Austin Public is a nonexclusive and content-neutral media studio that offers low- and no-cost training, equipment, facilities, and cablecasting services to all Austinites. It is managed by the Austin Film Society under contract from the city of Austin, and operates cable channels 10, 11, and 16, and live streams. New training classes are ongoing; see website for calendar.

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