Eating out has never been so beneficial to others. On April 24, gather the crew or call your boo and getcher dining out on. Participating restaurants (60+) are donating a portion of that day's proceeds to AIDS Services of Austin. Take it next-level with grammable meals and #DineOutATX and #DiningOutForLife.
Czech That Film: This historical drama is about the real-life politician and activist Milada Horáková, who survived the Nazis only to be falsely accused of political crimes in Communist Czechoslovakia. Screens as part of the annual Czech That Film touring series. Filmmaker David Mrnka in attendance for intro and Q&A.
Resplendent in silver, blue, and gold, Toni Price stole the charisma crown from Lucinda Williams in February at the Austin Music Awards. Inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame, the former queen of South Congress gave a 1,000-watt smile upon her exit. The same doesn’t hold true of the blues diva’s exit from a three-decade “hippie hour” residency at the Continental Club, but her first post-Congress Avenue Tuesday residency at this deep South Austin eatery will illustrate her overdue honors.
The photographer Raymond Meeks, often inspired by collaboration with writers of poetry and short fiction and the merging of image and text, presents a collection of works that play with memory and place and the ways in which a landscape can shape an individual.
The vibrantly colored rods of Lorena Morales are clustered along the walls, painted to become glimmering lines: some solid, some gradients, others speckled with contrasting colors. "As the viewer approaches the works, the color appears and then disappears – much like memories."