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  • Music

    Dale Watson & His Lone Stars

    Ho ho ho honky-tonk.
    Mondays, 10pm
  • Arts

    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
  • Music

    Marmalakes

    When yuletide cheer inevitably fades into family-time overload, grab your least desired gift and head to Marmalakes’ white elephant spectacular. The local folk-pop trio doubles down on bassists with visiting former member Max Colonna, and drummer Josh Halpern promises homemade sweet treats. 2018 bodes a fresh capture of the group’s hardy indie sound on Austin Town Hall Records.
    Mon., Dec. 25
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Thin Man (1934)

    Home for the Holidays: The characters are the invention of Dashiell Hammett, although the urbane chemistry between Loy and Powell as Nick and Nora Charles is the ultimate in dipsomaniacal detective mystery and screwball comedy.
    Mon., Dec. 25, 7:00  
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    White Christmas (1954)

    Home for the Holidays: Come enjoy the music and holiday spirit of Hollywood's biggest hit in 1954.
    Mon., Dec. 25, 4:30  
  • Community

    Events

    Winter Wonderland

    A new Austin holiday tradition. Millions of lights will illuminate the Circuit of the Americas track with a little bit of something for everyone: a skating rink, petting zoo, human snow globe, movies on the lawn, a tunnel of lights in addition to the Circuit of Lights track walk, a vendor village, and more.
    Every day through Dec. 30, 6-10pm (Fridays and Saturdays, 6-11pm). $16 (children 5 and under free).  
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